LREC 2006 Conference

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Second Call for Papers

LREC 2006 - 5th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation
Magazzini del Cotone Conference Center, GENOA - ITALY
MAIN CONFERENCE: 24-25-26 MAY 2006
WORKSHOPS and TUTORIALS: 22-23 and 27-28 MAY 2006
Conference web site:
The fifth international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2006, is organised by ELRA in cooperation with a wide range of international associations and consortia, including AAMT, ACL, AFNLP, ALLC, (...)

Social Events

During the Conference

Opening and Closing Sessions

Winners of the 2006 Antonio Zampolli Prize

This year, the Antonio Zampolli Prize was awarded to Christiane Fellbaum and George A. Miller, from Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA.
You can downnload Christiane’s presentation.
In addition, Springer has placed a note on the Linguistics homepage ("linguistics" from, to mention the winners of the Antonio Zampolli Prize and the paper that Christiane Fellbaum had in the predecessor of the journal has been made available for (...)

Recommendations to chairpersons

If you are a Chairperson of an Oral or a Poster Session, please review carefully the instructions given in the PDF document: Recommendations to chairpersons.pdf.

Gala Dinner

The Gala dinner will be held in Stazioni Marittime on
Friday, May 26th, 9pm.
All the conference participants who have confirmed their participation will receive a ticket for the Gala dinner in their conference bag.
How to get there?
Stazioni Marittime
Ponte Dei Mille
16126 Genoa - Italy

Welcome Reception

The Welcome Reception will be held in Villa Spinola on
Wednesday, May 24th, 9pm.
All LREC 2006 participants are invited to join the reception.
A shuttle service will be available between the Magazzini del Cotone and the Villa Spinola. More details on the schedule will be provided on-site.
How to get there?
Villa Spinola
Via Filippo Corridoni n°5
16145 Genoa - (...)

Main Conference Programme

Click on each session title for more details.
Each session title is preceded by a unique code. The letters "O" and "P" refer to the type of presentation. The letters "G", "T", "W", "S", "E", and "M", referring to the domain(s) treated, may be combined. O: Oral presentation P: Poster presentation G: General T: Terminology W: Written S: Speech E: Evaluation M: Multimodality
Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3
Day 1, Wednesday 24th May 2006
Schedule Programme Room
10:00-10:45 Opening Session (...)

Instructions for Oral and Poster Presentations

If you are presenting a paper at LREC 2006, please review carefully the instructions given on both Oral and Poster presentations in the PDF document: Instructions to authors.

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