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10th LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE: Human Language Technologies as a Challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics (LTC 2023)

10th LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE: Human Language Technologies as a Challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics, April 21-23, 2023, Poznań, Poland (LTC 2023)


VENUE: April 21-23, 2023 in Poznań, Poland.

* Deadline for submission of papers for review: October 22, 2022
* Acceptance/Refusal notification: November 30, 2022
* Deadline for submission of final versions of accepted papers: December
28, 2022
* Conference: April 21-23, 2023

WEB SITE: http://ltc.amu.edu.pl/

The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Adam Mickiewicz
in Poznań (Poland) and the Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation organize
the 10th LTC on April 21-23, 2023. Following the tradition of the past
it is supported by ELRA, FlaReNet and META-NET. Since 2005 LTC is
organized every
two years as the “Language & Technology Conference: Human Language
as a Challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics”. Started 27 years ago,
the conference find its origin in the Language and Technology Awareness
a meeting organized in 1995 with the assistance of the European
Commission (DG XIII),
with among the key speakers: Antonio Zampolli (Italy), Dafydd Gibbon
Dan Tufiş (Romania) and Orest Kossak (Ukraina).
The conference welcomes researchers, advanced and beginning students, as
well as
all other people interested in the new advances at the borderline between
computer science, human language industries and linguistics.


LTC 2023 welcomes the submission of original unpublished papers on
various aspects
of Human Language Technology of both theoretical and practical importance:

* AI-oriented studies of human language competence
* communicative intelligence
* computational semantics
* computer modeling of language competence
* corpora-based methods in language engineering
* electronic language resources and tools
* formalization of natural languages
* HLT related policies
* HLT standards and best practices
* HLTs as support for e-learning
* HLTs as support for foreign language teaching
* HLTs as support in solving Homeland Security problems (technology
applications and
legal aspects)
* knowledge representation
* language-specific computational challenges for HLTs (especially for
languages other
than English)
* legal issues connected with HLTs (problems and challenges)
* Logic Programming in Natural Language Processing
* human- machine NL interfaces
* methodological issues in HLT
* neural networks in language engineering
* NL applications in robotics
* NL understanding by computers
* NL user modeling
* NLP methods in cyber-criminality detection and prevention
* paralinguistic phenomena in Natural Language Processing
* parsing and other forms of NL processing
* question answering
* sentiment, opinion and emotion analysis
* socio-political aspects of HLTs
* speech processing
* system prototype presentations
* technological aspects of nonverbal linguistics
* text-based information retrieval and extraction
* tools and methodologies for developing multilingual systems
* translation enhancement tools
* validation in all areas of HLTs
* visionary papers in the field of HLT
* WordNet-like ontologies

The conference accepts papers in English only. Papers (5 formatted pages
in the conference
format) are due by October 22, 2022 (midnight, any time zone) and should
not disclose the
author(s) in any manner. In order to facilitate submission we have
decided to reduce the
formatting requirements as much as possible at the submission stage. All
submissions are to
be made electronically via the LTC 2023 web submission system
(EasyChair). Paper
templates will be available soon at http://www.ltc.amu.edu.pl (Paper
Submission section).

Acceptance will be based on the reviewers’ assessments (blind peer
review by tree experts).
The accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings
(hard and electronic
copy, with ISBN number). The abstracts of the accepted contributions
will also be made
available via the conference page (during its lifetime). Publication
requires full electronic
registration and payment of the conference fee (full registration) by at
least one co-authors in
the due time (dates will be presented at the conference site). One
registration fee entitles
publication of one paper.
Since 2005 until now, post-conference volumes with substantially
extended versions of
selected conference papers were published. Since 2007 these post-conference
monographs were published in the Springer Verlag series Lecture Notes in
Intelligence. We intend to continue this tradition. Papers will be
selected based on reviewers’
reports among the best evaluated papers of general interest with new
innovative results.
Preference will be given to papers providing significant content
extension with respect to the
paper presented at the conference.
More details will be provided via the LTC23 web site.

Special awards will be granted to the best student (status at the date
of paper submission). The
majoritarian student contribution to the paper must be confirmed by all
paper co-authors in a
written form. More details will be provided at the LTC website. To find
information out about
the winners at previous conferences please visit www.ltc.amu.edu.pl.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with new suggestions and ideas
concerning . We are open
to suggestions concerning accompanying events (workshops, exhibits,
panels, etc).
Suggestions, ideas and observations may be addressed directly to
ltc23@amu.edu.pl or to the
LTC23 Chairs via email (cc marta.witkowska@amu.edu.pl).

LANGUAGE: The conference language is English.

Zygmunt Vetulani (vetulani@amu.edu.pl) and Patrick Paroubek
(pap@lisn.fr) (LTC23 Cochairs), Marta Witkowska (LTC23 Secretary)

MORE ABOUT THE CONFERENCE at the LTC23 website: http://www.ltc.amu.edu.pl

*) City of Poznań: https://www.poznan.pl/mim/en/

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