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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 162.
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       [1] From: diabruck@coli.uni-sb.de (26)
             Subject: DiaBruck 2003, call for participation

       [2] From: info@folli.org (26)
             Subject: call for participation

             Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 06:11:23 +0100
             From: diabruck@coli.uni-sb.de
             Subject: DiaBruck 2003, call for participation

                               Call for Participation
                                  DiaBruck 2003


                                 Saarland University
                                  Sept 4th-6th 2003


                                 Endorsed by SIGSEM
            the ACL Special interest Group in Computational Semantics

                                 Endorsed by SIGdial
            the ACL Special interest Group in Discourse and Dialogue


    DiaBruck 2003 will be the seventh in a series of workshops that aims
    to bring together researchers working on the semantics and pragmatics
    of dialogues in fields such as artificial intelligence, formal
    semantics and pragmatics, computational linguistics, philosophy, and

    The following keynote speakers have accepted our invitation:

          * Nicholas Asher, University of Austin, Texas
          * Andreas Herzig, IRIT - Universiti Paul Sabatier, France
          * Martin Pickering, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland

    There will also be a tutorial addressing good practice in
    empirically-based dialogue research.

    For a list of accepted papers, posters and demos see the DiaBruck website.

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             Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 06:12:12 +0100
             From: info@folli.org
             Subject: call for participation

                            ESSLLI 2003

                  15th European Summer School in Logic,
                        Language and Information

                          August 18-29, Vienna


    Each year the European Association for Logic, Language and Information,
    (FoLLi) organizes a European Summer School (ESSLLI) the main focus of
    which is the interface between linguistics, logic and computation.
    Courses at foundational, introductory and advanced level are given,
    the aim of which is to provide for researchers and postgraduate as well
    as advanced master students the possibility to familiarize themselves
    with other areas of research, and to enable students and researchers to
    acquire more specialized knowledge about topics they are already familiar
    with. The school also features several workshops, and a student session
    in which Master and PhD students can present their work.

    This year the 15th ESSLLI Summer School will take place at the Technical
    University of Vienna, the beautiful and cultural capital of Austria.

    During two weeks 43 courses will be given. They cover a wide variety of
    topics within the combined areas of interest: Language and Logic, Language
    and Computation, and Logic and Computation. There will be a series of
    invited lectures, and several workshops with open calls for papers.

    Please, visit our website at http://www.logic.at/esslli03/ for detailed

    For information about FoLLi and the previous editions of ESSLLI see

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