19.101 Announcements

From: Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. McCarty) <dgants_at_ROGERS.COM>
Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 20:57:08 -0300

              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 19, No. 101.
      Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                    Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

  [1] From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. (58)
                McCarty)" <dgants_at_rogers.com>
        Subject: IPSI-2005

  [2] From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. (56)
                McCarty)" <dgants_at_rogers.com>
        Subject: M4M-4

  [3] From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. (70)
                McCarty)" <dgants_at_rogers.com>
        Subject: 3rd IEEE

  [4] From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. (21)
                McCarty)" <dgants_at_rogers.com>
        Subject: ACL SIG

  [5] From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. (82)
                McCarty)" <dgants_at_rogers.com>
        Subject: ISCOL registration

        Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 20:44:43 -0300
        From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. McCarty)"
        Subject: IPSI-2005
        In-Reply-To: <E1DjPCh-0006ri-UJ_at_ipsiconferences.org>

From: IPSI Conferences <bled2005_at_ipsiconferences.org>
Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2005 00:20:47 +0200

Dear Dr. Humanist,

On behalf of the organizing committee, I would like to extend a cordial
invitation for you to attend one of the upcoming IPSI BgD multidisciplinary,
interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary conferences.


The first one will take place in the Venice, Italy:

Hotel Luna Baglioni (arrival: 9 November 05 / departure: 14 November 05)
New Deadlines: 25 June 05 (abstract) / 1 August 05 (full paper)

The second one will take place on the Bled lake, Slovenia:

Hotel Toplice (arrival: 8 December 05 / departure: 11 December 05)
New Deadlines: 10 July 05 (abstract) & 1 September 05 (full paper)

The third one will take place in New York City, NY, USA:

Hotel Beacon (arrival: 5 January 06 / departure: 8 January 06)
New Deadlines: 1 August 05 (abstract) & 1 October 05 (full paper)

All IPSI BgD conferences are non-profit. They bring together the elite of
the world science; so far, we have had seven Nobel Laureates speaking at the
opening ceremonies. The conferences always take place in some of the most
attractive places of the world. All those who come to IPSI conferences once,
always love to come back (because of the unique professional quality and the
extremely creative atmosphere); lists of past participants are on the web,
as well as details of future conferences.

These conferences are in line with the newest recommendations of the US
National Science Foundation and of the EU research sponsoring agencies, to
stress multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary research
(M+I+T++ research). The speakers and activities at the conferences truly
support this type of scientific interaction.

One of the main topics of this conference is "E-education and E-business
with Special Emphasis on Semantic Web and Web Datamining"

Other topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Internet
* Computer Science and Engineering
* Mobile Communications/Computing for Science and Business
* Management and Business Administration
* Education
* e-Medicine
* e-Oriented Bio Engineering/Science and Molecular Engineering/Science
* Environmental Protection
* e-Economy
* e-Law
* Technology Based Art and Art to Inspire Technology Developments
* Internet Psychology

If you would like more information on either conference, please reply to
this e-mail message.

If you plan to submit an abstract and paper, please let us know immediately
for planning purposes. Note that you can submit your paper also to the IPSI
Transactions journal.

Sincerely Yours,

Prof. V. Milutinovic, Chairman,
IPSI BgD Conferences

        Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 20:45:54 -0300
        From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. McCarty)"
        Subject: M4M-4
        In-Reply-To: <42B2D2D2.7060406_at_first.fhg.de>

First call for papers

                  M4M-4 (Methods for Modalities 2005)

   The workshop "Methods for Modalities" (M4M) aims to bring together
researchers interested in developing algorithms, verification methods and
tools based on modal logics. Here the term "modal logics" is conceived
broadly, including description logic, guarded fragments, conditional logic,
temporal and hybrid logic, etc.

    To stimulate interaction and transfer of expertise, M4M will feature a
number of invited talks by leading scientists, research presentations aimed
at highlighting new developments, and submissions of system demonstrations.
We strongly encourage young researchers and students to submit papers and
posters, especially for experimental and prototypical software tools which
are related to modal logics.

   Regular papers should not exceed the length of 12 pages; short papers are
up to six pages of length, and posters and tools can be presented on two
pages of text. Proceedings will appear online and as a Humboldt university
report. Depending on the submissions, papers may be selected to appear in a
special issue of an appropriate journal.
Submission is by email. Either Postscript or PDF files can be sent to

   The workshop will take place in Berlin - Adlershof, Germany, which is one
of the worlds largest science and technology areas, comprising twelve
research institutes, six faculties of the Humboldt University of Berlin, and
more than 370 high tech companies. It is hosted by FIRST, the Fraunhofer
Institute of Computer Architecture and Software Technology, in collaboration
with the computer science institute of Humboldt University.

For more information and registration information, see the M4M homepage at

  Deadline for submissions: September 1st, 2005
  Notification: October 17, 2005
  Camera ready versions: November 8, 2005
  Workshop dates: December 1-2, 2005

The program committee for M4M consists of
   Holger Schlingloff, Humboldt University / FIRST (local organizations);
   Carlos Areces, INRIA Lorraine;
   Patrick Blackburn, INRIA Lorraine;
   Torben Brauner, Roskilde University;
   Stephane Demri, ENS de Cachan;
   Enrico Franconi, Free University of Bolzano;
   Rajeev Gore, University of Canberra;
   Ian Horrocks, University of Manchester;
   Joost-Pieter Katoen, University of Twente;
   Maarten de Rijke, University of Amsterdam;
   Renate Schmidt, University of Manchester; and
   Frank Wolter, University of Liverpool.


Prof. Dr. Holger Schlingloff

Head of the Synthesis, Validation and Testing Department
Fraunhofer - Institute of Computer Architecture and Software Technology
FHG-FIRST, Kekulestr 7, D-12489 Berlin, Germany

Professor for Specification, Verification and Testing Theory
Department of Computer Science, Humboldt-University
Rudower Chaussee 25, D-12489 Berlin, Germany

phone: ++49 30 6392 1907
mobile: ++49 179 5973372
fax: ++49 30 6392 1805

        Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 20:47:13 -0300
        From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. McCarty)"
        Subject: 3rd IEEE
        In-Reply-To: <200506170644.j5H6iA601604_at_its-www8.massey.ac.nz>

From: <delta2006_at_eng.monash.edu.my>
Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 18:44:10 +1200


The 3rd IEEE International Workshop on Electronic Design, Test &
Applications (DELTA=E2=80=9A2006)
January 17-19, 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
URL: http://www.monash.edu.my/events/Delta2006

Sponsored by:=20

IEEE Computer Society (TTTC), IEEE Malaysia Section, Monash University


The main goal of DELTA 2006 is to bring together specialists from all over
the world to meet and to discuss research and engineering problems and
results in the emerging area of electronic design, manufacturing, test,
advanced system applications and related areas.

Original contributions are sought in the wide range of the areas of
electronics design, test and applications including (but are not limited

1. Design:

Digital Devices, Components and Techniques, Analog Components and
Techniques, System Architecture, Simulation and Modelling, Microprocessors
and ASICs, Opto-Electronics, Power Electronics, Multi-Chip Projects,
Packaging, Practical Realisation & Field Trials Emerging Technologies,
Design & Re-Use=

2. Testing:

System Testing, Design Verifications, Built-In Self-test Techniques, Design
for Testability, Boundary Scan, Analog and Mixed-Signal Test, Fault-Tolerant
and Robustness, Concurrent Checking and On-Line Testing, Measurement for
Reliability and Safety Assessment, Characterisation Testing, Performance
Modelling and Analysis, Sequential Circuits Test and Memory Test

3. Applications:

Communications and Networking, Signal Processing, Artificial Intelligence
systems, Instrumentation, Measurements and Control, Medical Electronics,
Variable Speed Drives, Real-Time Systems, Novel Systems and Applications
Multimedia, Education, Technology Transfer

Special sessions:

Proposals are also sought for organizing special sessions and
tutorials/seminars on =E2=80=9Ehot topics=E2=80=B0 in design, test and

Prospective authors are invited to submit:

1. =C2=B7 Full paper (5 - 6 pages) or an extended abstract (2 -
2. =C2=B7 Affiliation and address of each author
3. =C2=B7 Contact author=E2=80=9As name, postal and e-mail
4. =C2=B7 A short biography of the principal author

All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the Workshop Program Committee and
the panel of reviewers =CB=86 experts in the corresponding topic areas. The
acceptance/rejection of the manuscripts will be based on the results of the

Submissions should be done electronically as PDF (preferred) or standard
Postscript files.

In submitting an abstract the author(s) agree that, upon acceptance, they
will prepare the final manuscript in time for the inclusion into the formal
IEEE Computer Society published proceedings, and will present the paper at
the Workshop. An accepted paper will be published in the proceedings only if
the registration form and the full-fee payment for one of the authors is
received and correctly processed.

Key Dates:
Manuscripts submission 19 August 2005

Notification of Acceptance 26 September 2005

Submission of camera-ready manuscripts 28 October 2005

Further information:
School of Engineering, Monash University Malaysia, No. 2, Jalan Kolej,
Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Tel:
+603-5636 0600 Fax: +603-5632 9314

Email: delta2006_at_eng.monash.edu.my

URL: http://www.monash.edu.my/events/Delta2006

        Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 20:48:20 -0300
        From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. McCarty)"
        Subject: ACL SIG
        In-Reply-To: <b0b57e4293c7351f4b6b63aaefde3faf_at_cs.haifa.ac.il>

From: Shuly Wintner <shuly_at_cs.haifa.ac.il>
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 15:03:33 +0300

Dear Friends,

I wish to draw your attention to a Special Interest Group on
Computational Approaches to Semitic Languages which was recently
established under the auspices of the Association for Computational
Linguistics (ACL). More information is available at:

The activities of the SIG will be inaugurated during the ACL-2005
Workshop on Computational Approaches to Semitic Languages, to be held
in Ann Arbor, MI, on June 29th, 2005. See:

The Membership List of the SIG is defined by an electronic mailing
list. You can join the list and set several mail and privacy options
(including the option not to receive any e-mail) using the on-line
interface: https://cs.haifa.ac.il/mailman/listinfo/semitic


Shuly Wintner
Dept. of Computer Science, University of Haifa, 31905 Haifa, Israel
Phone: +972 (4) 8288180  Fax: +972 (4) 8249331
shuly@cs.haifa.ac.il   http://cs.haifa.ac.il/~shuly
        Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 20:49:20 -0300
        From: "Humanist Discussion List (D. Gants for W. McCarty)"
        Subject: ISCOL registration
        In-Reply-To: <cf95bb00dee0be01c194111816def76f_at_cs.haifa.ac.il>
From: Shuly Wintner <shuly_at_cs.haifa.ac.il>
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 14:56:55 +0300
ISCOL registration, and more details
For those who intend to attend ISCOL on Wednesday next week, please take
a few minutes of your time and register at:
ISCOL is a free seminar, but to facilitate the organization
we need to have in advance an estimation of attendance numbers.
Thank you for your time, and looking forward to seeing you next week!
The ISCOL-2005 organizing team
Enclosed please find more details about the location of IATL and ISCOL
this year, directions to Technion, and entrance/parking arrangements.
See you Wednesday next week!
The ISCOL and the IATL conferences will be held in the Taub building
of the Computer Science faculty, Technion.
On June 22, ISCOL and the plenary sessions will be held in room 337
(third floor), while IATL will be held in room 3 (entrance floor).
On June 23, IATL will be held in room 337.
Entrance to the Technion and parking:
To enter the Technion it is enough to tell the guard that you have came
for the conference (either ISCOL
or IATL). However, we recommend to have a printout of the program, just
in case.
There are no special parking arrangements. There are two parking areas
which are very close to the Taub building.
Directions on getting to the Technion from Tel-Aviv:
Public transportation to the Technion:
1. Take a either a bus or a train to Haifa. Get off at Merkazit Hof
2. Take the Eged line 11 bus to the Technion. It leaves every 30
minutes, starting from 6:55 till 19:00.
For those who are staying at the Ganey Dan Hotel, there is a bus from
Merkazit Hof Hakarmel to the
Carmel Center (lines 3, 133 and 9).
> From the Carmel Center to the Technion: line 31.
By car:
1. Turn off the Tel Aviv/Haifa coastal Highway 2 at the first exit for
(signposted Haifa South, MATAM, Tirat Hacarmel).
2. Make a left turn at the 1st traffic lights after the exit.
You are now on Flieman Street. You will pass the Canyon Haifa and
Castra shopping
malls on your right and the Congress Center on your left.
3. Go straight through two sets of traffic lights and drive up the
Carmel mountain for 3 km.
Half-way up the road is renamed Weinshal and renamed again Freud Street
towards the top.
Near the top of the hill, drive straight through another set of traffic
4. At the top of the hill, Freud St. ends with a T-junction with
traffic lights.
At the junction, there are two lanes for turning left, and one slip
lane for turning right.
As you approach these lights, stay in the center lane. At the lights,
make a left turn and an immediate
right turn at the next lights onto Pica Road. Mercaz Horev Shopping
Center is on your immediate right.
5. Driving down Pica Road, you will drive through four sets of traffic
Stay in the right-hand lane as you approach the yellow Paz gas station,
and exit right down the slip lane,
which is signposted Nawe Sha'anan, Technion.
6. Continue straight on this road (Hankin), driving under a bridge,
then move into the left lane and drive
through a short tunnel. Please note: buses cannot use the tunnel, and
should maintain the right lane.
7. After the underpass tunnel, move over to the right-hand lane, and
turn right into Komoly Street,
signposted (orange) Technion, BEFORE the upcoming traffic lights.
8. Drive up Komoly St. for about 200m and veer left through the traffic
lights onto Malal St.
9. Continue straight to the Technion campus on the left hand lane
entering through the main Technion gate.
10. At the traffic circle continue straight ahead. About 100m ahead
you'll see the Taub building
of Computer Science on your right.
For more details see:
Received on Fri Jun 17 2005 - 20:07:38 EDT

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