IceTAL 2010
7th International Conference on
Natural Language Processing

August 16-18, 2010
Reykjavik, Iceland


The information below is for authors whose papers have been accepted at IceTAL 2010.

All accepted papers in both categories (full papers and short papers) will be published in the conference proceedings by Springer Publishers as a volume in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science/Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNCS/LNAI) series.

Note that if your email address is given in your paper, it will also appear in the metadata of the online version of the proceedings.

For LNCS/LNAI, Springer does not encourage the use of Microsoft Word. Therefore, we assume that you format your manuscript using LaTex2e.

The final manuscript is due by June 8th. Specific instructions:

  • Revise your paper as suggested by the referee reports.
  • Authors whose native language is not English are requested to have their manuscripts checked for linguistic correctness before submission.
  • Do not exceed the length of 12 pages for a full paper and 6 pages for a short paper.
  • For formatting, follow the Springer LNCS instructions carefully as specified in
      In particular:
    • Download the (the class file) and (a sample, in case you need one) files from the above web address.
    • Please provide keywords in the keywords section (after the abstract).
  • Download and fill out the copyright form.
      Information for the copyright form:
    • Title of the Book/Volume/Conference: IceTAL 2010.
    • Volume Editor(s): Hrafn Loftsson, Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson, Sigrún Helgadóttir.
  • Submit the files belonging to your camera-ready paper using your EasyChair author account. Follow the instructions after the login for uploading a single file (where XX is your submission number) containing:
    • all your LaTeX sources, or a Word file in the RTF format, and
    • PDF version of your camera-ready paper, and
    • the completed and scanned copyright form


Both full papers and short papers will be presented as talks at IceTAL 2010.

Full papers will be allocated 25 minutes in the programme, 20 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for questions and answers.

Short papers will be allocated 20 minutes in the programme, 15 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for questions and answers.