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CFP: Language and Ontologies (Workshop at IWCS 2015)

From: Christina Unger <cunger@cit-ec.uni-bielefeld.de>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2014 14:17:50 +0100
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Language and Ontologies 2015
Workshop at the 11th International Conference on Computational Semantics 

Website: http://langandonto.github.io/


With the growing importance of Semantic Web technologies, formal 
ontologies are increasingly used by people with limited or no background 
in formal logic, creating a significant interest in natural and easily 
accessible front ends. In addition, the role of ontologies in 
computational linguistics is recognised as crucial. Global interest in 
these topics is witnessed by recent projects such as NeOn (Lifecycle 
Support for Networked Ontologies), LEGO (Lexicon Enhancement via the 
GOLD Ontology), SWAT (Semantic Web Authoring Tool), PESCaDO 
(Personalized Environmental Service Configuration and Delivery 
Orchestration), CO-ODE, and WhatIf (What if... questions for Ontology 

This workshop aims to create a forum for the many ways in which research 
on ontologies and research in computational linguistics relate to each 
other. It aims at bringing together researchers from different 
communities, including controlled languages and natural language 
interfaces as well as ontology languages and linguistic ontologies, in 
order to identify common interests, exploit synergies, and share 
methods, tools and resources.

Topics of Interest

* NLP-driven ontology modelling
* Ontology learning and population from text
* Ontology authoring
* Annotation and annotation schemes
* Authoring dialogues
* Psychological studies of errors
* NLP-driven access to ontologies
* Natural language interfaces to ontologies
* Verbalization of ontologies
* Verbalization of query languages
* Ontologies for NLP (e.g. textual entailment, summarisation)
* Ontology-based information retrieval
* Ontologies, folksonomies, and lexicons

Submission Requirements

Papers should be a mamximum of 6 pages long with an additional page 
allowed for references.
Papers should be electronically submitted in PDF format via EasyChair 
(to be arranged).
Submissions have to be anonymous and follow the IWCS formatting guidelines.
The deadline for submission is 21st December 2014.

The accepted papers will be part of the conference proceedings and will 
be published electronically in the ACL Anthology.

Important Dates

Submissions due: 21st December 2014
Notification of acceptance: 2nd February 2015
Camera-ready versions due: 25th February 2015
Workshop: 14th April 2015


Roman Kutlák, University of Aberdeen
Artemis Parvizi, University of Aberdeen
Christina Unger, Universität Bielefeld

Contact: langandonto@gmail.com

Program Committee

Ion Androutsopoulos (Athens University of Economics and Business)
John Bateman (Bremen University)
Elena Cabrio (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
Aldo Gangemi (ISTC Rome)
Jorge Gracia (UPM Madrid)
Geeth de Mel (IBM US)
Andrea Moro (Università di Roma La Sapienza)
Jeff Z. Pan (University of Aberdeen)
Richard Power (Open University)
Riccardo Rosati (Università di Roma La Sapienza)
Steffen Staab (Universität Koblenz)
Robert Stevens (Manchester University)
Matthias Thimm (Universität Koblenz)
Kees van Deemter (University of Aberdeen)
Serena Villata (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
Boris Villazn-Terrazas (iSOCO Madrid)
Adam Wyner (University of Aberdeen)
Feiyu Xu (DFKI, Saarbrücken)
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