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Semantic Software Lab
Concordia University
Montréal, Canada


Invited Talks by Jean-Marie Favre and Michael Tanenblatt

We are happy to have two exceptional invited speakers at our workshop: Jean-Marie Favre and Michael Tanenblatt.

Workshop Programme

The detailed workshop program is now available.

Online Registration now Open

Online registration is now open at Note that the early registration deadline is March 18th 25th (see the registration fees page).

For more information concerning LREC (travel, visa, accomodation, etc.), please refer to the LREC 2010 home page.

For specific questions regarding registration, use the LREC contact email for registration information.

Submission Deadline Extended to February 26

We just extended the submission deadline to February 26, 2010. Have a look at the updated, Final CfP for more information.

Formatting Instructions Now Available

Detailed formatting instructions are now available on LREC's web site, including templates for use with LaTeX or Word/OpenOffice.

Additionally, our updated CfP has more information on the different submission types (short vs. long paper, research vs. demo).

For printing posters, please note that only portrait-style posters can be used. The size of the actual poster panel is 150cm x 90cm (height x width).

New Challenges for NLP Frameworks 2010: Final Call for Papers

New: Deadline extended to February 26.

Final Call for Papers

New Challenges for NLP Frameworks, a workshop at LREC 2010

22 May 2010, La Valleta, Malta

Natural language processing frameworks like GATE and UIMA have significantly changed the way NLP applications are designed, developed, and deployed. In this workshop, we bring together NLP framework designers and their users to showcase existing solutions and new challenges to be tackled in the next generation of NLP frameworks.

ASWC 2008

I presented two papers at ASWC 2008 in Bangkok. One was my own: Ralf Krestel, Ling Chen -
"The Art of Tagging: Measuring the Quality of Tags" and the other was Rene's: Rene Witte, Thomas Gitzinger -
"Semantic Assistants – User-Centric Natural Language Processing Services for Desktop Clients". Attached a photo of myself explaining the future work for the semantic assistants :) Nice conference, nice people, nice country and - compared to Canada and Germany - very nice weather!
Presentation at ASWC 08Presentation at ASWC 08

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