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ISCOL'04, the Israeli Seminar on Computational Linguistics, will take place at Bar Ilan University on Monday, December 27, 2004, 10:00-17:30. This year, we will honor Prof. Yaacov Choueka upon his retirement. The seminar will include invited talks by Prof. Dan Roth (UIUC) and Prof. Yaacov Choueka (Bar-Ilan), presentations of recent products of the Knowledge Center for Processing Hebrew, and scientific presentations of language processing research in Israel.
(See list of abstracts)
ISCOL'04 participants should register by sending an email to Sylvie Baruch, at Sylvie.Baruch@mail.biu.ac.il. Please use "ISCOL registration" as the message subject and write clearly in the message body your full name and affiliation, as you would like them to appear on the name tag. Your email should arrive by Tuesday, 21.12.04, at 12:00.
The seminar will be held at the Beck Hall, building 410. See the map for directions (you can press the "Event Halls" tab and click "Beck 410" in the legend to get it highlighted). The entrance to the hall is between buildings 410 and 405, at the lower level under the bridge, in front of the Pyramid cafeteria.
Parking is outside the campus. When coming from the Bar Ilan interchange on Geha Highway (Highway 4) turn left at the traffic light and then keep going straight after passing the Bar Ilan main gate. The first parking lot will soon be on your left, from which there is a pedestrian gate that is quite close to the Beck Hall. If this lot is full the next parking lot is further down the road, on the right. If you have special parking needs please indicate in the registration email that you need a guest parking permit, which is closer to the hall.
For any questions please contact:
Seminar admin: Sylvie Baruch, Sylvie.Baruch@mail.biu.ac.il
Seminar organizer: Ido Dagan, Dagan@cs.biu.ac.il
ISCOL'04 is organized by the Department of Computer Science and the Institute for Information Retrieval and Computational Linguistics at Bar Ilan, and is supported by the Knowledge Center for Processing Hebrew and the Ministry of Science and Technology.
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