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TEI-L March 2006

Subject:

Call for papers: Modern Information Technologies and Written Heritage

From:

Julia Flanders <[log in to unmask]>

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Julia Flanders <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 20 Mar 2006 11:39:04 -0500

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Posted on behalf of Victor Baranov and the Program Committee:

RUSSIAN MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCES
Izhevsk State Technical University
Department of Informatics
Department of Automated Systems of Control Information Processing
Department of Linguistics

The aforementioned sponsors announce an international workshop and
conference in Izhevsk, Russia, entitled "Modern Informational
Technologies and Written Heritage: From Ancient Manuscripts to
Electronic Texts" (13-17 July 2006), dedicated to investigating
modern means of storage, description, processing, analysis, and
publication of ancient and medieval written-language materials. The
conference organizers invite participation by anyone interested in
theoretical and practical problems associated with these issues,
including researchers, educators, librarians, archivists, software
developers, and graduate and undergraduate students. The working
languages of the workshop and conference are Russian and English.

Workshop Themes:
-- Meta- and analytic descriptions of manuscripts and early printed books.
-- Full-text data bases.
-- Formats for the storage and transmission of textual data.
-- Digital editions.
-- Web modules for accessing collections and full-text data bases.
-- Local means for textual input, storage, and processing.

Proposed panel and round-table themes:
1. Textological, paleographic, and linguistic problems of
informational technology and computer modeling.
2. Library and archival electronic collections, descriptions, and catalogues.
3. Technologies for producing electronic full-text collections and libraries.
4. Formats for textual storage, detailed markup, and interchange.
5. Technologies and methods for identifying manuscript texts.
6. Technologies for access to and navigation within electronic libraries.
7. Web technologies for electronic publication.
8. Methods and tools for the educational, scientific, and popular use
of full-text electronic collections, libraries, descriptions, and
catalogues.
9. Copyright issues associated with the creation, publication, and
use of electronic textual resources.

Projects that will be demonstrated at the workshop include:
-- Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Consortium
-- Repertorium of Old Bulgarian Literature and Letters (Bulgaria,
Sofia, The Institute of Bulgarian Literature of the Bulgarian Academy
of Sciences, and USA, University of Pittsburgh)
-- Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien (TITUS)
(Germany, Frankfort University),
-- Computer Processing of Written Heritage Sources (ACT) (Czech
Republic, Prague, Charles University),
-- Manuscript (Russia, Izhevsk, Udmurt State University and Izhevsk
State Technical University),
-- Technological Decisions of Knowledge's Capitalization based on
Constructional Digital Editions (INC) (Russia, Izhevsk, Izhevsk State
Technical University).

The workshop will include lecture lectures and seminars on the
technologies, formats, and software products of projects listed
above, to be presented by the authors and developers, as well as
panel sessions and round-table discussions.

Program Committee:
Victor A. Baranov, Izhevsk State Technical University, Izhevsk, Russia
Igor A. Barkov, Izhevsk State Technical University, Izhevsk, Russia
David J. Birnbaum, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, USA
Jost Gippert, Frankfort University, Frankfort, Germany
Milena Dobreva, The Institute of Mathematics and Informatics of the
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Sergei G. Maslov, Izhevsk State Technical University, Izhevsk, Russia
Heinz Miklas, Vienna University, Vienna, Austria
Anisava Miltenova, The Institute of Bulgarian Literature of the
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Miranda Remnek, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Urbana-Champaign, USA
Kiril Ribarov, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Organizing Committee:
Dr. Ivan V. Abramov, Professor and Rector, Izhevsk State Technical
University (Chairman)
Dr. Victor A. Baranov, Chair of the Department of Linguistics,
Izhevsk State Technical University (Deputy Chairman)
Irina M. Nekipelova (Executive Secretary)

Address of Organizing Committee:
Rossiya, 426069, Izhevsk
ulitsa Studentcheskaya, 7
Kafedra "Lingvistika"

E-mail: [log in to unmask]
Telephone: +7 (3412) 585351
Fax: +7 (3412) 503803

To participate in the conference, please submit the application form
(below) by email or fax no later than 15 May 2006 to the Organizing
Committee address (above). Please be sure to include an email or fax
address, which the Organizing Committee will use to send formal
invitations, supplementary questionnaires for foreign participants,
and bank account information for submitting registration fees. The
Program Committee reserves the right to reject proposals that are not
consistent with the focus of the conference.

The Organizing Committee anticipates publishing both a conference
program (with abstracts of all presentations) and conference
proceedings. Participants should send abstracts to the Organizing
Committee no later than 1 June.

Registration fees for participation in the conference - 500 rub.
Registration fees for participation in the workshop - 500 rub.

Arrival and registration: 12 July 2006. Workshop and conference
dates: 13-17 July 2006.


****************
APPLICATION FORM
For Participation in the Modern Informational Technologies and
Written Heritage Workshop and Conference

Last name, first name (and, if applicable, patronymic):

Professional affiliation, including postal address:

Position:

Highest academic degree:

Academic title or status:

Contact information:

Postal address:

Telephone number (with country and city codes):

Fax (with country and city codes):

E-mail:

Title of proposed presentation:

Last name, first name (and, if applicable, patronymic) of main speaker:

Technical equipment required:

The Form of Participation (check one)

____ plenary report (no longer than 30 minutes)

____ sectional report (no longer than 20 minutes)

____ demonstration of software products

____ participation in workshop

Reservation required for accommodations (check one):

____ Yes (single hotel room) ____ Yes (double hotel room)

____ Yes (dormitory room) ____ No

Anticipated date of arrival:

Summary (no more then 500 characters)

Date:
Signature (for non-electronic submissions):



*************************
Requirements for Formatting Abstracts

Abstracts of no more then 8500 characters must be sent electronically
in RTF format readable by Microsoft Word and in printed form (or PDF
format) using a 13-pt. Arial Unicode font, 1-1/2 line spacing, 2 cm.
margins on all four sides, 1 cm. paragraph indentation,
justification, and no hard hyphenation at ends of lines. Emphasized
text should be marked with italics or bolding (avoid underlining and
the use of all caps for emphasis). Glosses, where needed, should be
given in inverted commas (single quotation marks, ' '). Bibliographic
citations should be given in line in squares brackets, as follows:

[first-word-of-title publication-date,
volume-or-edition-or-part-number: page-number]

Use additional title words where needed to avoid ambiguity. Full
bibliographic information should be included in an unnumbered
alphabetized list at the end of the abstract, following the subtitle
"Literature." Footnotes should be reserved for explanatory comments
(not bibliographic citations), and should be formatting at the foot
of each page (not as endnotes) using the automated numbering feature
supported by Microsoft Word. If your abstract requires characters not
available in the Arial font, please submit all additional fonts
together with your abstract (either on a floppy disk for postal
submission or as email attachments). The filename of your abstract
should take the form

section-number_last-name-of-author_tez.rtf

(for example, 2_Smith_tez.rtf). If you do not know your likely
section number, use "0".

Abstract template:

Title of Presentation
Initials and last name (last names) of the author (authors)
Affiliation (full, without abbreviation), city, country

Summary (no more then 500 characters; abstracts in Russian should
have summaries in English and vice versa)

Text of the abstract

Literature

List of cited works with full bibliographic information

Signature (for printed version)

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