SEPLN 2010 satellite workshop
In the last decade, language technology has received an increasing interest as suitable solution to retrieval and analyse the huge volume of published documents in biological domain. Recently, medical domain also benefit from the application of such technology. The workshop is intended to provide a forum for discussing the latest advances of language technology applied to biological and medical domains. The workshop aims to provide a broad view on the shortcomings of current existing techniques, tools, or resources as well as emergent applications concerning accessing scientific publications and health general interest documents with special attention to non English documents.
Participants are encouraged to submit a paper to the workshop in order to present their research work to the audience in a regular workshop session together with special invited speakers. Submitted papers will be reviewed by the program committee. Ongoing research as well as doctoral position papers are also welcome.
The event is envisaged to be a half day workshop with the following structure: two invited speakers from a relevant research group in the biomedical area and several oral presentations of accepted papers.