2nd Annual CLUK Research Colloquium
The CLUK Symposia aim to offer PhD students in Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Engineering an opportunity to present and discuss their work with members of the wider research community.
The Symposia are organised as mini-conferences. Candidates submit a 500 word abstract, which is refereed by the CLUK programme committee. Presentations are held in conference style sessions, to which senior established researchers are invited. Authors of accepted contributions are invited to submit full papers for refereeing and publication.
For this 2nd CLUK symposium we have two invited speakers: Professor Johanna Moore (University of Edinburgh) and Dr. Rens Bod (University of Leeds).
The programme is now available. You can also have a look at the call for papers to find more information about this colloquium.
Local Arrangements and Cost:
This event will be held at the University of Essex on January 11th and 12th 1999. The meeting will start at 11 on January 11th, and will finish after lunch on January 12th. It is organised by the Organising Committee:
Anne De Roeck (email@example.com)
Udo Kruschwitz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nick Webb (email@example.com)
Rachele Winn (firstname.lastname@example.org) - secretarial
Cost of participation is £55 and includes tea/coffee, lunches and dinner with wine. Accommodation will be in local hotels. PARTICIPANTS ARE EXPECTED TO BOOK THEIR OWN ACCOMMODATION, though we will provide information and assist where we can. Problems should be addressed to email@example.com.
Please use this on-line registration form.
The 2nd Annual CLUK Research Symposium will be held at the University of Essex, on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th of January 1999. For more information on the University, the Campus and how to get there, see the Web pages.
The University of Essex, at Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, received its Royal Charter in 1965 and is one of the UK's leading academic institutions. The University is set in over 200 acres of attractive parkland, much of it landscaped in the 18th Century. It is situated between Colchester and Wivenhoe, a small fishing village.
For information on this page, contact:
University of Essex
Dep. of Computer Science