9:00-9:10 Introduction and Opening Remarks
9:10-9:35  Zornitsa Kozareva and Eduard Hovy. Learning Temporal Information for States and Events 
9:35-10:00 Marie-Catherine De Marneffe, Christopher D. Manning and Christopher Potts. Veridicality and utterance meaning

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-10:55 Antje Müller, Claudia Roch, Tobias Stadtfeld and Tibor Kiss. Annotating Spatial Interpretations of German Prepositions 
10:55-11:20 Ineke Schuurman and Vincent Vandeghinste. Spatiotemporal annotation: interaction between standards and other formats 
11:20-11:45 Nate Blaylock. Semantic Annotation of Street-level Geospatial Entities 
11:45-12:05 Seungho Nam. Symmetric Paths: Their structures and relations 

12:05-1:45 Lunch

1:45-2:10 Claire Bonial, William Corvey, Martha Palmer, V. Petukhova and Harry Bunt. A Hierarchical Unification of LIRICS and VerbNet Semantic Roles 
2:10-2:35 Alex C. Fang, Harry Bunt, Jing Cao and Xiaoyue Liu. Relating the Semantics of Dialogue Acts to Linguistic Properties: A machine learning perspective through  
               lexical cues 
2:35-3:00 Kiyong Lee, Alex C. Fang and James Pustejovsky. Multilingual Verification of ISO-Space: An Emerging Annotation Scheme for Spatial Information in Language 
3:00-3:20 Yu-Mi Jo, Munhyong Kim, Hyun-Jo You, Yoon-Shin Kim, Seungho Nam and Hyopil Shin. How to Represent Complex Temporal Expressions in the Framework of
3:20-3:40 Marc Verhagen, James Pustejovsky, Ronald Taylor and Antonio Sanfilippo. Modular Semantic Tagging of Medline Abstracts and its Use in Inferring Regulatory 
3:40-3:45 Concluding Remarks

3:45-4:00 Coffee Break