Beyond document processing: from computational linguistics to computational humour
Third international CLIP workshop – July 10, 2007 - Camogli (Genova), Italy
Submission and deadlines
Slides of your presentations may be prepared as a PDF or Powerpoint file, on a USB Flash memory or CD-ROM. Please note that:
Due to scheduling constraints, time will be strict for uploading your presentation on the conference PC. Therefore, we suggest that presentation files are sent by e-mail to the session chair at ste[at]disi.unige.it before the beginning of the WILF2007 conference.
Check this website for further informations and instructions.
We remind that CLIP2007 will be a special session within the WILF2007 workshop, Hotel Portofino Kulm, Portofino Vetta - Ruta di Camogli, Genova (Italy), July 7-10, 2007. Registration to WILF2007 will be required for participation, so perspective participants are invited to refer to the main conference website for all details not covered here.
How to submit
Submission will be a three step procedure.
Submit an extended abstract by e-mail directly to the chair Stefano Rovetta, ste[at]disi.unige.it, by DECEMBER 15, 2006. Papers must be written in English.
Note that the above address is not active (clickable) and has an antispam format.
UPDATE: Submissions are still open, but we don't need an extended abstract anymore. The special session has already reached the size of a full-day workshop and has been included in the WILF2007 program. So if you are interested in participating you may proceed directly to submit a full paper by January 31, 2007.
Please submit using instructions and submission procedure as found on the "submission" section of the main conference website. (Sorry for not providing a direct link, but the WILF2007 site uses frames).
You may submit anonymous manuscripts if you wish your work to undergo a blind review. Abstracts already submitted have only been collected by the organization and have not circulated, therefore they will not invalidate the blind procedure.
Submitted papers will be judged based on relevance to the cross-disciplinary dissemination, novelty of the idea, technical quality, clarity of presentation, and expected impact on future research within the area of focus.
Deadline summaryMost deadlines are the same as WILF2007.