ICPEAL 2012 (October 26th-28th) in Nagoya, Japan


The 14th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages
&
Symposium on Brain and Communication


Welcome

Updated Information and Notifications:

2012-10-29: Event closed. Thank you to all the people that participated in this great event!
2012-10-12: Regular Registrations ended
2012-10-12: Program Updated. Abstracts are now available !
2012-09-30: Deadline for Attendance Registrations was extended to Oct. 12
2012-09-30: From September 30th, cancellations will no longer be accepted
2012-09-21: Guidelines for Oral and Poster Presentations
2012-08-26: Program Overview and Poster Presentations List are now available (preliminary version).
2012-08-08: Visa information for foreign participants.
2012-07-22: Deadline for submission of abstracts expired.

The International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages (ICPEAL), which has been held every two years since 1978, provides opportunities for researchers to disseminate new research findings, to exchange new ideas, to develop new paradigms, and, consequently, to advance the cognitive study of East Asian languages.

The 14th ICPEAL will take place on the 26th-28th, October, 2012 at Nagoya University.  The conference will include keynote addresses, invited symposiums, panel symposiums, and poster sessions.  The conference is being organized by the Department of Cognitive Informatics, Graduate School of Information Science at  Nagoya University.

The 14th ICPEAL seeks to bring together a wide range of researchers who are interested in language and human information processing systems.  Consistent with the goal of broadening the perspectives on language processing, the 2012 ICPEAL will also host a symposium on Brain and Communication, which has a two-fold significance.  In addition to acknowledging the rapid expansion of this research area, it reflects a desire to bring together a diverse range of excellent researchers (brains) interested in communicative behavior to actively interact with researchers of East Asian languages.

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