LINGUIST List 12.2437

Tue Oct 2 2001

Calls: Artificial Intelligence, DGfS/LSA Summer School

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  1. Priscilla Rasmussen, Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2002)
  2. Summer School, DGfS/LSA Summer School in Duesseldorf

Message 1: Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2002)

Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 12:09:41 EDT
From: Priscilla Rasmussen <>
Subject: Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2002)

AAAI 2002 Workshops
Eighteenth National Conference on
Artificial Intelligence

July 28 - August 1, 2001, 
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Sponsored by the
American Association for Artificial Intelligence

Important dates:
Proposals received no later than October 12, 2001
Notification of the committee's decision by October 26, 2001
Organizers producing call for participation due November 16, 2001
List of attendees made by organizers due March 15, 2002
Working notes (if produced by AAAI) received by May 24, 2002
Workshop dates July 28 - 29, 2002

For further information about the 2002 Workshop Program, consult the
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Message 2: DGfS/LSA Summer School in Duesseldorf

Date: Tue, 02 Oct 2001 09:35:14 +0200
From: Summer School <>
Subject: DGfS/LSA Summer School in Duesseldorf

LSA / DGfS Summer School - Duesseldorf 2002

Students (undergraduates and Ph.D. students) participating in the special
DGfS/LSA Summer School in Duesseldorf are invited to present a paper in
student evening sessions. There will be two sessions, each consisting of
two thirty-minute talks, followed by a discussant's comment and further
discussion from the floor.

We invite anonymous abstracts for papers that (a) present new empirical
data from any field of linguistics, and (b) discuss to what extent these
data call for a functional or formal explanation.

Abstracts must not exceed one page in length (11 point font, 2cm margins,
single-spaced). A second page is allowed for data and references. Authors
may submit no more than one individual or joint abstract. Joint abstracts
should designate one address for communication with the organizers.

Programm committee: Barbara Stiebels (Chair, Duesseldorf, Ger), Kai von
Fintel (MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA), Martin Haspelmath (MPI, Leipzig, Ger),
Richard Wiese (Marburg, Ger), Ellen Prince (UPennsylvania, USA)

The anonymous abstract should preferably be sent as an e-mail attachment in
one of the following formats: pdf, rtf, postscript, or plain text. For any
unusual fonts, please attach the font file. No other formats will be
accepted, electronic submissions should be sent to the following e-mail

When writing to our postal address (cf. below), please add the keyword
"Student Sessions" to the address.

Please use "Abstract for Student Session" as the subject header and
include, besides the attached abstract, the following information in the
body of the message:

1.Name(s) of author(s)
2.Title of talk
3.Area of specialization
5.E-mail address(es)
6.Postal address(es)

The deadline for receipt of abstracts is March 31, 2002, 6p.m. (CET).

The receipt of abstracts will be acknowledged by e-mail. Notification of
acceptance will be received by May 31, 2002. The final version of the
paper, which is sent to the discussant, must reach us by July 1, 2002. The
discussant will be selected from the teacher's panel of the Summer School
according to the paper's area of specialization.

This is a rare and perfect opportunity for students to present their own
research. We hope that lots of you will take advantage of this.

Summer Program
Anglistik III
Heinrich-Heine-Universit�t D�sseldorf
Universit�tsstr. 1
D-40225 D�sseldorf
Fon: +49 211 81-12963
Fax: +49 211 81-15292	
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