clinical semantics

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SemEval 2015 - Call for Task Proposals

Abbreviated Title: 
SemEval-2015
Call for Proposals
Submission Deadline: 
30 Jan 2014
Contact: 
Preslav Nakov
Contact: 
Torsten Zesch
Contact Email: 
semeval-organizers [at] googlegroups [dot] com

SemEval-2015: International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations
Call for Task Proposals

We invite proposals for tasks to be run as part of SemEval-2015.
http://alt.qcri.org/semeval2015/

Starting with 2015, SemEval will run on a two-year cycle, which will give both task organizers and task participants more time for all steps of the process, including data preparation, system design, analysis, and paper writing.

SemEval 2014 - Call for Participation

Abbreviated Title: 
SemEval-2014
Call for Participation
Event Dates: 
23 Aug 2014 - 24 Aug 2014
City: 
Dublin
Country: 
Ireland
Contact: 
Preslav Nakov
Contact: 
Torsten Zesch
Contact Email: 
semeval-organizers [at] googlegroups [dot] com

Call for Participation

SemEval-2014: International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations, an ACL-SIGLEX event
http://alt.qcri.org/semeval2014/

Register to participate in SemEval-2014 at
http://goo.gl/S2Ux0R

SemEval-2014, the 8th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluations, an ACL-SIGLEX
event, invites participation in a broad range of tasks in the semantic analysis of natural
language. The aim of the SemEval series of workshops is to extend the current
state-of-the-art in semantic analysis and to help create high quality annotated datasets

Computational Semantics in Clinical Text 2013

Abbreviated Title: 
CSCT 2013
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
16 Nov 2012
Event Dates: 
19 Mar 2013
Location: 
University of Potsdam
City: 
Potsdam
Country: 
Germany
Contact: 
Stephen Wu
Contact Email: 
wu [dot] stephen [at] mayo [dot] edu

The first Computational Semantics in Clinical Text (CSCT) workshop is a forum for the exploration and application of medically-oriented computational semantics. Clinical text has unique semantic and pragmatic characteristics -- prototypically describing a physician-patient encounter with entities and events in the real world. Furthermore, large-scale semantic resources (e.g., UMLS Metathesaurus) are well-developed and frequently used, text corpora are increasingly available (e.g., i2b2 NLP Challenge data), and the possibility of tangible medical benefit is of broad interest.

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