LREC 2010 LREC 2010 Conference In 12 years, LREC has become the major event on Language Resources (LRs) and Evaluation for Human Language Technologies (HLT). LREC provides a unique forum for researchers, industrials and funding agencies from across a wide spectrum of areas to discuss problems and opportunities, find new synergies and promote initiatives for international cooperation, in support to investigations in language sciences, progress in language technologies and development of corresponding products, services and applications, and standards en SPIP - Sponsors 2010-07-20T15:58:50Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Presentations Here you will find the presentations done by our sponsors during the Sponsors' Session on May 20th, 2010. - <a href="" rel="directory">Presentations</a> Keynote and Invited Speeches 2010-06-07T15:44:21Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Presentations - <a href="" rel="directory">Presentations</a> And the winner is&hellip; 2010-06-04T13:51:24Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Antonio Zampolli Prize Winner of the 2010 Antonio Zampolli Prize <br />This year, the Antonio Zampolli Prize was awarded to Mark Liberman, from the University of Pennsylvania. <br />You can download Mark's presentation. - <a href="" rel="directory">Antonio Zampolli Prize</a> Excelsior-MCC-Excelsior Shuttle Time Table 2010-05-16T13:59:20Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Venue Morning shuttles from Excelsior: <br />May 17th: from 8:00 to 9:00 <br />May 18th: from 7:40 to 9:00 <br />May 19th: from 7:40 to 9:00 <br />May 20th: from 8:00 to 9:00 <br />May 21st: from 8:00 to 9:00 <br />May 22nd: from 8:00 to 9:00 <br />May 23rd: from 8:00 to 9:00 <br />Afternoon shuttle from MCC: <br />May 17th: from 19:00 to 20:00 <br />May 18th: from 19:00 to 20:00 <br />May 19th: from 19:15 to 20:00 <br />May 20th: from 19:40 to 20:00 <br />May 21st: from 18:15 to 20:00 <br />May 22nd:from 19:00 to 20:00 <br />May 23rd: from 19:00 to (&hellip;) - <a href="" rel="directory">Venue</a> Discover Malta! 2010-05-15T15:36:32Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Venue Gollcher will have a desk at the MCC where you can book tours and excursions. <br />All the requests should be sent to: <br />Gollcher Travel <br />1/8 Marina Court, <br />G. Cali Street, Ta' Xbiex XBX 1421 MALTA. <br />Tel:. +356 21323854/5/6 <br />Fax: +356 21323858 <br />Email: [E-mail] <br /><a href="" class="spip_url spip_out"></a> <br />Full Day Gozo Tour <br />Price: €54.00 <br />DATES AVAILABLE: <br />Tuesday 18th & Friday 21st May 2010 <br />Travel by coach to the north-west side (&hellip;) - <a href="" rel="directory">Venue</a> What to do when in Malta 2010-05-13T19:35:22Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Venue Places to Visit <br />Valletta is the capital city of Malta, with a 500 year history. It was built in the late 16th century by the Knights of the Order of Saint John to support the defense of the island. It is named after La Vallette, a Grandmaster of the Order, who initiated the building of the city after successfully defended the island from a siege by the Ottoman Empire forces in 1565. It is surrounded by bastions, and there are various palaces, museums, churches and other interesting (&hellip;) - <a href="" rel="directory">Venue</a> Local Information on Malta 2010-05-13T19:19:03Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Venue About Malta <br />Malta, Gozo and Comino, the inhabited islands of the Maltese archipelago, lie at almost the exact geographical heart of the Mediterranean Sea. With Sicily some 95 kms to the North, Tripoli 350 kms to the South and Tunis 320 kms to the West, Malta is virtually at the crossroads between continents. The islands' strategic position has, in fact, made them subject to a succession of rulers, who in turn left their influence on the country and language as we know them today. Malta's (&hellip;) - <a href="" rel="directory">Venue</a> General Bus Information 2010-05-13T19:13:27Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Venue All bus routes can be found here: <br /> [<a href="" name="nh1" id="nh1" class="spip_note" title='[1] &gt;] &gt;[-&gt;' >1</a>] <br />Most important / popular bus routes are: <br />1, 2, 3,4 & 6 – Valletta to the Three Cities and v.v. <br />8 – Valletta to Airport (through Tarxien Temples) and v.v <br />27 – Valletta to Marsaxlokk (M'Xlokk in short, a quaint fishing village) and v.v. <br />38 – Valletta to Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples and v.v <br />45 – Valletta (&hellip;) - <a href="" rel="directory">Venue</a> Getting to the conference 2010-05-13T19:07:13Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Venue From the Excelsior: The Excelsior Hotel is offering a shuttle service to the conference centre MCC from Tuesday 18th, May to Saturday 22nd, May. <br />See the timetable <br />The Valletta circular bus service is also available and passes from near the Excelsior and stops by the MCC every 30 mins from 6:30 am to 6pm (Bus no. 98 or 198). <br />From all other areas: All towns and villages are serviced by buses to Valletta, which is the main bus terminus in Malta. <br />Walking from the main terminus to the MCC is (&hellip;) - <a href="" rel="directory">Venue</a> On-site Registration 2010-05-07T14:29:18Z text/html en Hélène Mazo Registration All late and on-site registrations for LREC 2010 should be submitted through the Online Registrationsystem. The system will be re-open on May 12. <br />The LREC 2010 Online registration system supports the following payment methods available at the conclusion of the registration process: <br />Online: Secure credit card transations (CB, Visa, Mastercard) <br />Offline: Bank transfer or other means of payment (direct invoicing, checks in Euro, (&hellip;) - <a href="" rel="directory">Registration</a>