XIII-th International Conference
Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics
September 22 – 29, 2011, Corfu (Creece)
The International Journal "Information Theories and Applications"®
The International Journal "Information Technologies and Knowledge"®
Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia) ( www.iling-ran.ru )
Kazan State University (Russia) ( www.kcn.ru )
New Bulgarian University (Bulgaria) ( www.nbu.bg )
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens ( http://en.uoa.gr/the-university.html)
The University of Zadar (Croatia) ( http://www.unizd.hr )
ITHEA International Scientific Society and Institute for Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA ( www.ithea.org )
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University (Romania) ( www.uaic.ro/uaic/bin/view/Main/WebHome )
Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridsky (Bulgaria) ( www.uni-sofia.bg )
Konstantin Preslavski University of Shumen (Bulgaria) ( www.shu-bg.net/EN )
Moscow State Linguistic University (Russia) ( www.linguanet.ru )
National Research Technological University (MISIS) (Russia) ( www.misis.ru )
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium) ( www.etro.vub.ac.be )
Web Journal of Balkan Rusistics ( www.russian.slavica.org/index.html )
Scientific and Educational Center of Linguistics (Russia)
Russian Association of Linguists-Cognitologists (Russia)
Aims and Scope
Conferences of the series "Cognitive Modeling" have been held with success since 1998.
In 2000 the direction was specified as "Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics" (CML).
In 1998 and 2000 CML conferences were held as a part of the Russian National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (CAI), in 2001 as a part of the International Congress on Artificial Intelligence (ICAI-2001), which took place in Divnomorskoe (Russia). In 2002 the CML conference was held in Divnomorskoe, as a part of the IEEE International Conference "Artificial Intelligence Systems" (IEEE AIS’02). From 2003 to 2007 CML conferences took place in Bulgaria (Varna and Sofia). In 2008 the Conference was conducted in Bechichi, Montenegro. CML-2009 visited Constanza (Romania), and in 2010 CML was held in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The new, XIIIth Conference (CML-2010) is planned on the island Corfu in Greece. The Program of CML-2011 includes a Tutorial in Lexical and Grammatical Statistics (organized by the Institute of Linguistics of the Russian Academy of Sciences), a Cognitive Science Workshop (organized by the Psychology Department of Lomonosov’s Moscow State University), an Exhibition of Cognitively-Oriented Computer Applications and Linguistic Resources (organized by the National Research Technological University (MISIS)), other Workshops and Discussion Tables devoted to modern trends in Cognitive Science. .
The aim of the conference is to integrate the work of specialists in cognitive science, cognitive psychology, learning theory, neural network theory, cognitive linguistics, knowledge engineering, semiotics, psycholinguistics, etc.
The results are expected to contribute to the investigation of cognitive processing of language information.
The XIIIth International Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics” (CML– 2011) will be held on Corfu, Greece.
Corfu is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea. It is the second largest of the Ionian Islands.
The principal town (pop. 28,185) of the island is also named Corfu, or Kérkyra in Greek, as is its municipality (pop. 39,487).
Corfu is home to the Ionian University. In 2007, the city's old town was designated for the UNESCO World Heritage List, following a recommendation by ICOMOS. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corfu )
Dassia Chandris hotel was choosen as a place of the CML-2011. Dassia Chandris hotel is situated in the district of Dassia, in Dassia bay, surrounded by one of the island’s loveliest gardens and has a dazzling view to the Ionian Sea. Just 10 minutes away from the Corfu’s Venetian town and lively shopping area.
Topics of interest
- Cognitive Models of Language Phenomena
- Formal Models in Language and Cognition
- Cognitively-Oriented Computer Applications and Linguistic Resources
- General Problems of Cognitive Science
Models and Studies in
- Speech Perception and Production
- Psycholinguistics and Psychosemantics
- Semiotics, Semantics and Pragmatics
- Language Processing, Memory and Thought
- Child Speech and Language Acquisition
- Language Typology
- Speech Impairments
- Language Disorders
- Cognitive Aspects of Theology
- Cognitive Aspects of Information Technologies Development and Using
- Cognitive Mechanisms for Decision Making
- Metaphor Theory
- Mental Lexicon and Lexicon Ontology
- Naive World Image and Verbal Form
- Knowledge Conceptualisation and Verbalisation
- Cognitive Mechanisms for Text Processing
- Cognitive Models in Language Learning
- Species-Specificity of Human Language
- Thinking through Language Processing
- Cognitive Slavistics
Valery Solovyev, Professor,
Kazan State University (Russia)
Vladimir Polyakov (Chair), Ph.D., Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Russia, email@example.com
Velina Slavova, Professor, New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria
Spyros Hoidas, Professor, University of Athens, Greece
Theodor Kujumdjieff, Bulgaria
Rafaela Šejić, Ph.D, the University of Zadar, Croatia
Krassimir Markov, Ph.D, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, BAS, Bulgaria
Ioan Milica, Ph.D, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Romania
Jovan Ajdukovich, Ph.D, D.Sc., University of Belgrade, Serbia
Krassimira Petrova, Ph. D, Sofia University St.Kliment Ohridsky, Bulgaria
Dimitar Popov, Ph. D, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Bulgaria
Irina Blinnikova, Ph. D, Moscow State University, Russia
Andrea Schalley, Ph.D, Griffith University, Australia
Evgeny Kalashnikov, Professor, National Research Technological University (MISIS), Russia
Elena Makarova, Russia
Evgeny Zhevnerov, National Research Technological University (MISIS) , Russia
Olga Nevzorova, PhD, Kazan State University, Russia
Please visit http://www.cml.msisa.ru for a complete list of Program Committee members.
The official languages of the Conference are English and Russian.
- Early submission deadline: April 2, 2011 *
- Early notification of acceptance: May 16, 2011 *
- Late submission deadline: June 2, 2011
- Late notification of acceptance: June 16, 2011
- Deadline for final report: June 30, 2011
- Conference: September 22 – 29, 2011
A submission should include full preliminary text of the extended abstract (2 pages).
* These dates are provided for participants who are going to seek travel grants in National and International Foundations.
An extended abstract (2 page) of the report needs to be submitted for the Program Committee.
A report accepted for presentation at CML-2011 cannot be published elsewhere or presented at another meeting with publicly available published proceedings. For reports that are being submitted to other conferences, this must be indicated on the title page.
Notification of receipt and acceptance of reports will be sent to the first author.
All submissions will be subject to academic peer review by at least two members of the Program Committee. Selection criteria include relevance and originality of ideas, clarity and significance of results, and quality of presentation.
For every accepted report, at least one author is required to attend the conference to present the report.
Extended abstract can be submitted in English up to June 2, 2011 according to submission form. Abstract and applications, including title of paper, authors' names, place of work, should be sent to the both of the following addresses:
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr. Vladimir Polyakov)
- email@example.com (Prof. Valery Solovyev)
Contact phone: +7 (919) 691 04 89 Prof. Valery Solovyev.
The proceedings with extended abstract will be published.
Further the best reports will be recommended to publishing in the form of journal paper of the ITHEA ISS ( www.ithea.org ) and/or in other publishing systems. Please see http://www.cml.msisa.ru for a complete set of submission details.