LINGUIST List 13.2643

Wed Oct 16 2002

Calls: EPP & Phases, Comp Ling/Psych Ling: Students

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  1. Martha McGinnis, Revised Call for Abstracts: MIT Workshop on EPP and Phases
  2. Chris Mathieson, CUJCS - Call for Papers

Message 1: Revised Call for Abstracts: MIT Workshop on EPP and Phases

Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 16:02:23 -0600
From: Martha McGinnis <mcginnisucalgary.ca>
Subject: Revised Call for Abstracts: MIT Workshop on EPP and Phases


Abstracts are invited for an Independent Activities Period (IAP)
Workshop on EPP and Phases at MIT, January 16-18, 2003 (previously
announced as the IAP Workshop on Phases, January 17-18). This
workshop will provide an opportunity for linguists working on Phase
Theory and EPP to present and discuss their work in an informal
setting. Any empirical applications of Phase Theory and EPP are of
interest: syntactic, semantic, morphological, or phonological.
Presentations will include invited talks and abstract submissions.

Abstract submissions are for 20-minute presentations, to be followed
by 10 minutes of discussion. Abstracts must be no more than one page,
with an additional page for examples and references, if needed.
Please use 12 point font in a 6.5" x 9" text window, or equivalent
(corresponding to 1" margins on letter-sized paper). Please send
abstracts by e-mail to Martha McGinnis (mcginnisalum.mit.edu) as a
Word or PDF attachment, or as plain text in the body of the message.
The deadline for receipt of abstracts has been extended to October 31,
2002.

Martha McGinnis, Norvin Richards, L�a Nash, and Alec Marantz
Workshop Organizers
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Message 2: CUJCS - Call for Papers

Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 00:41:37 -0700
From: Chris Mathieson <cognoscentohotpop.com>
Subject: CUJCS - Call for Papers


CALL FOR PAPERS

Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science
http://www.sfu.ca/cognitive-science/journal/

(Issue #2 - Spring 2003)


AIMS & SCOPE

The Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science is an
electronic journal published by the Cognitive Science Student
Association at Simon Fraser University. Our aim is to provide a forum
for students to share work amongst peers and gain valuable experience
in the process of getting an academic paper published. As a
publication, CUJCS provides a unique reference for students,
showcasing quality research by other undergraduate students, improving
the contact and exchange of ideas between Canadian students and
cognitive scientists alike, and illustrating the interdisciplinary
work that is the hallmark of cognitive science everywhere.

Although preference will be given to Canadian students, contributions from
students elsewhere are strongly encouraged.

JOURNAL TOPICS

Journal topics include, but are not limited to:

- computational linguistics / natural language processing
- philosophy of language / mind / psychology
- neuroscience
- artificial intelligence
- cognitive & biological psychology
- history of cognitive science

In particular, we would like to encourage submissions that cross the
traditional disciplinary boundaries.

STAFF

Executive Editor:

Chris Mathieson
Post-baccalaureate Diploma student
Simon Fraser University
E-mail: csmathiesfu.ca

Editorial Committee:

Taiya Bartley (Simon Fraser University)
Kris Fjoser (Simon Fraser University)
Clayton Hickey (Simon Fraser University)
Jeremy Holman (Simon Fraser University)
Clement Loo (University of Calgary)
Adrienne Neill (Simon Fraser University)
Karen Stilwell (Recent alumnus, University of Toronto)
Dave Suarez (Simon Fraser University)
Kimberly Voll (Masters student, Simon Fraser University)
Kelly White (University of Toronto)
Doug Yovanovich (Simon Fraser University)

JOURNAL PUBLICATION DETAILS

Accepted papers are published in full in PDF electronic format and are
available free of charge at the following URL:
http://www.sfu.ca/cognitive-science/journal/

SUBMISSIONS

All submissions must be in English, clearly written and in sufficient
detail to allow the referees to assess the merits of the work. Papers
should be no longer than 5000 words / 15 pages, double spaced, and
should conform to one of the popular style guides, such as the MLA,
APA and IEEE formats. (Technical details of these formats are
available at various places online).

Please forward three hard copies, no later than January 15, 2003, to the
following address:
CUJCS Submissions
c/o Cognitive Science Student Association
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
CANADA

Please note that papers will not be returned.

To ensure a blind review process, each of the hard copies provided
with the initial submission must be accompanied by a cover page
listing the appropriate contact information. This information should
not appear anywhere else in the paper. Failure to abide by these rules
may result in immediate rejection.

Submissions will be reviewed based on the following general criteria:
Relevance to a Broad Audience; Technical Merit; and Clarity of
Presentation.

Authors will be notified of acceptance by February 28, 2003. Accepted
authors will then be able to make minor revisions as suggested by
their reviewers.

For the final submission, due April 3, 2003, papers must be submitted
electronically with any necessary revisions in either PDF or
PostScript format, to the following address:
cogsci-journalsfu.ca. The final version must follow the style
standard put forward in the author kit sent to the authors of accepted
papers (it will be a variant of the APA format).

Please note: papers arriving late or exceeding size limits may be
rejected immediately without refereeing. Should you suspect you might
have trouble meeting any of the above deadlines, please inform us
immediately. The receipt of all submitted papers will be acknowledged
by E-mail.

COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

In keeping with the editorial policy of another cognitive science
journal, "Connexions", we are of the opinion that papers submitted to
our journal will usually be samples of work-in-progress. As such,
acceptance in CUJCS should not impede publication of a later version
in traditional journals. The copyright of all contributions remains
with their authors.

IMPORTANT DATES

January 15, 2003: deadline for initial paper submission
February 28, 2003: notification of acceptance
April 1, 2003: revised papers due
April 21, 2003: publishing date for Issue #2, CUJCS

QUESTIONS?

Please direct any questions, comments or concerns to cogsci-journalsfu.ca.
For more information see http://www.sfu.ca/cognitive-science/journal/
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