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Thu Jul 29 2004

Confs: Lang & Cognition/Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia

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Message 1: International Language and Cognition Conference

Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 02:04:28 -0400 (EDT)
From: andrea.schalley <andrea.schalleyune.edu.au>
Subject: International Language and Cognition Conference

International Language and Cognition Conference 
Short Title: ILCC 2004 

Date: 10-Sep-2004 - 12-Sep-2004
Location: Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Contact: Andrea Schalley
Contact Email: ilccune.edu.au 
Meeting URL: http://www.ilcc.une.edu.au 

Linguistic Sub-field: Computational Linguistics ,General Linguistics
,Philosophy of Language ,Psycholinguistics ,Neurolinguistics
,Cognitive Science ,Anthropological Linguistics


Meeting Description:

This interdisciplinary conference brings together researchers working
on the interface of language and cognition. The conference
centresaround the three themes Characterisation of Mental States,
Categorisation, and Development. Contributions from 17 countries are
presented by researchers working in the fields of Artificial
Intelligence, Cognitive Science, Linguistics, Neuroscience,
Philosophy, and Psychology.

The registration deadline for the International Language and Cognition
Conference (ILCC 2004) has been extended to August 13th. Registrations
for the conference will not be possible after this date.

Place/time: Coffs Harbour (Australia), from 10-12 September 2004
Conference homepage: http://www.ilcc.une.edu.au

This interdisciplinary conference brings together researchers working
at the interface of language and cognition. Conference presentations
are clustered around three themes: The characterisation of Mental
States, Categorisation, and Development. Contributions from 17
countries are presented by researchers working in the fields of
Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, Linguistics, Neuroscience,
Philosophy, and Psychology.

Keynote speakers:
Stephen Crain, University of Maryland, United States Pete Mandik,
William Paterson University, United States Mark Steedman, University
of Edinburgh, United Kingdom Roger Wales, La Trobe University,
Australia Anna Wierzbicka, Australian National University, Australia

If you have not yet registered, please note that the registration fee
includes two nights' accommodation in a resort room (from Friday 10th
to Sunday 12th), buffet breakfasts, morning teas, working style
lunches, afternoon teas, and a cocktail reception on Friday evening.

If you would like to bring a partner who is NOT attending the
conference, choose 'Single Room'; they will share your room and their
accomodation will be free. However it is important to note that they
must pay for all meals: they are NOT included in the conference deal
of breakfasts, teas, lunches, and cocktail reception! If you would
like to bring children this will cost a little more; contact the
conference secretary Dorothea Cogill-Koez.

Program:
You can access the final program at
http://www.ilcc.une.edu.au/program.php

The conference abstracts are available at
http://www.ilcc.une.edu.au/abstracts.php

Program Committee:
Andrea Schalley (Chair), University of New England; Patric Bach,
Max-Planck-Institute Munich; Brett Baker, University of New England;
John Bateman, University of Bremen; Arcady Blinov, University of New
England; Selmer Bringsjord, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy;
Denis Burnham, University of Western Sydney; Brian Byrne, University
of New England; Michael Corballis, University of Auckland; Linda
Cupples, Macquarie University; Robert Dale, Macquarie University;
Helen Fraser, University of New England; Cliff Goddard, University of
New England; Alistair Knott, University of Otago; Bill Noble,
University of New England; Jon Opie, University of Adelaide; Graham
Oppy, Monash University; Cecile Paris, CSIRO ICT Centre; Jane Simpson,
University of Sydney; Peter Slezak, University of New South Wales;
Lesley Stirling, University of Melbourne; John Sutton, Macquarie
University; Janet Wiles, University of Queensland

The conference is organised by the Language and Cognition Research
Cluster (http://www.une.edu.au/arts/LangCog/) of the University of New
England, Australia.

Contacts:
Andrea Schalley and Dorothea Cogill-Koez 
School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics 
University of New England Armidale NSW 2351 Australia 
ilccune.edu.au 
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