9.303 conferences & a position

Humanist (mccarty@phoenix.Princeton.EDU)
Mon, 20 Nov 1995 22:22:29 -0500 (EST)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 9, No. 303.
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (Princeton/Rutgers)

[1] From: jdrucker@condor.depaul.edu (17)
Subject: Augustine conference

[2] From: guojin@iss.nus.sg (71)
Subject: International Conference on Chinese Computing '96

[3] From: psinclai@benfranklin.hnet.uci.edu (26)
Subject: Position Announcement

Date: Mon, 20 Nov 1995 10:14:36 -0500
From: jdrucker@condor.depaul.edu
Subject: Augustine conference

The Augustine Conference will take place on April 19-20, 1996 in Chicago, IL.
at the Newberry Library (19th) and the DePaul Center (20th). Key-note
addresses will be given by Eugene Vance and Leo Ferrari. We are accepting
for papers and panels until December 31, 1995. Please send to:

Katherine Rudolphy/Jason Drucker
Philosophy Dept., DePaul University
1150 West Fullerton Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614-2204

A full schedule of events will be available by mid-end of January. I look
forward to seeing you there!


Jason P. Drucker
Philosophy Dept., DePaul U.

Date: Mon, 20 Nov 1995 10:15:50 -0500
From: guojin@iss.nus.sg
Subject: International Conference on Chinese Computing '96 (ICCC'96)

This is the last Call For Paper for the International Conference on
Chinese Computing '96 (ICCC'96) to be held in Singapore. Note the
deadline is approaching (Dec. 15). You may also notice those of our
invited speakers and a hint on potential financial support.

Sorry for any duplications you received.

for ICCC'96

------- Forwarded Message

International Conference on
Chinese Computing '96

The Latest Technological Advancement and Application

Invited Speakers:

Prof Makato Nagao (Kyoto University, Japan)
Prof Yorick Wilks (University of Sheffield, UK)
Prof Mark Liberman (University of Pennsylvania, USA)

Keynote Speaker:

Dr Low Hwee Boon (Institute of Systems Science, Singapore)

Venue: Institute of Systems Science
National University of Singapore
Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Kent Ridge
Singapore 119597

June 4 - 7 (Tues. - Fri.)

Jointly Organized by:
Chinese and Oriental Languages Information Processing Society
Institute of Systems Science, National University of Singapore
Chinese Information Processing Society (China)

Papers: (Suggested topics include but not limited to the following)
1) Large scale lexical database construction
2) Syntactic analysis
3) New input methods and their applications
4) Machine (-aided) translation
5) Text classification and abstraction
6) Knowledge acquisition
7) Speech I/O
8) Chinese Internet (WWW) and E-mail
9) Typesetting
10) Application of corpus and statistics
11) Semantic Analysis
12) Natural Language interface
13) Intelligent information retrieval
14) Discourse understanding
15) Knowledge representation
16) OCR (printed/handwriting)
17) Font generations
18) Localization

Correspondence: It is encouraged to communicate electronically with
the conference's organizing committee.

Program Chairmen
Prof Dong Zhendong Prof Huang Chang Ning
Institute of Systems Science Dept of Computer Science
National University of Singapore Tsing Hua University
Heng Mui Kent Terrace Beijing, China 100084
Kent Ridge Fax: 86-10-256 2768
Singapore 119597
Email: iccc96@iss.nus.sg
Fax: 65-774 4998

Secretariat: Vicky Toh: 65-772 2003
Olga: 65-772 2093, 772 2096
Fax: 65-778 2571

Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: Dec 15, 1995
Notification: Feb 5, 1995
Final Version: March 20, 1995

COLIPS will provide partial financial support to selected students
from abroad if their papers are excellent.

Date: Mon, 20 Nov 1995 10:19:36 -0500
From: psinclai@benfranklin.hnet.uci.edu
Subject: Position Announcement

The Department of Classics at the University of California at Irvine
recently announced an opening that was necessitated by the departure from
UCI of the TLG's Assistant Director. Since several applications for this
position have been submitted directly to the TLG, I would like to reiterate
that all applications should be submitted to the Department of Classics.
The text of the original posting (which contains the address to be used
for applications) follows below.

The University of California, Irvine, announces a tenure-track position in
Classics. The individual recruited for the position will be appointed
full-time in the Department of Classics, and will be released from teaching
responsibilities at least 50% time to be Assistant Director of UCI's
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae, with the expectation that the appointee will
ultimately assume the directorship of the TLG. Qualifications: Ph.D. in
Classics with an emphasis in Greek. Expertise in computer application to
Classical literature, as well as in computer hardware, software, and
systems, is highly desirable. The specific level at which the individual
will be appointed will correspond to the candidate's qualifications,
background, and experience. Letters of application should be submitted to
the chair of the search committee, Professor Patrick Sinclair, Department
of Classics, University of California, Irvine, CA 92717-2000. Application
deadline: December 15, 1995. Members of the UCI Classics department and of
the TLG will be available at the San Diego APA meeting for interviews. UCI
is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer committed to excellence
through diversity.