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LINGUIST List 16.3487

Wed Dec 07 2005

Confs: General Ling/Budapest, Hungary

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        1.    Beáta Gyuris, First Central European Student Conference in Linguistics

Message 1: First Central European Student Conference in Linguistics
Date: 06-Dec-2005
From: Beáta Gyuris <gyurisnytud.hu>
Subject: First Central European Student Conference in Linguistics

First Central European Student Conference in Linguistics
Short Title: CESCL

Date: 29-May-2006 - 31-May-2006
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Contact: Beáta Gyuris
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.nytud.hu/cescl

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

The aim of the conference is to provide doctoral students, primarily but not exclusively from Central European countries, the opportunity to present their work to an international audience and to receive informed feedback from senior researchers and fellow students.

The organizers invite undergraduate and doctoral students to submit abstracts for 30-minute oral presentations in English (an extra 10 minutes will be allotted for discussion) describing original, unpublished work, addressing topics from any of the following fields of lingusitics:

Language Technology
Historical Linguistics

We are happy to announce that the following linguists have accepted our invitation to give presentations as invited speakers at the conference:

Prof. Wolfgang U. Dressler (Vienna)
Prof. Hubert Haider (Salzburg) (to be confirmed)
Prof. Ferenc Kiefer (Budapest)

Abstract submission:

We only accept submissions from students (those not having defended a PhD by 1st January). Submissions should be limited to a maximum of two abstracts by one person, one single authored and one co-authored.

Abstracts must be submitted electronically and preferably in PDF format (MS Word and RTF files will also be accepted). All-inclusive abstract length is 2 A4 pages with the following formatting requirements:
- 2,5 cm margins on top, bottom, left and right,
- in 12 pt Times New Roman,
- single line spacing, and
- normal character spacing.

Abstracts must be anonymous, and must be accompanied by a plain text identification page stating:
- the author's name
- the author's affiliation
- the name and email address of a professor who can be contacted in the first half of January and can supply information about the author's student status.

For more information about the conference, for the technical details concerning submission, and for updates on possible means of financial support we can offer for students from former Socialist countries (primarily those outside the EU) please visit our website at http://www.nytud.hu/cescl. You may also contact the organizers at the following address: cesclnytud.hu.

The conference takes place immediately after the 12th Morphology Meeting (www.nytud.hu/conf/mm12).

Program committee of CESCL:

Prof. Wolfgang U. Dressler (Vienna)
Prof. Gisbert Fanselow (Potsdam)
Prof. Hubert Haider (Salzburg)
Prof. István Kenesei (Budapest/Szeged)
Prof. Ferenc Kiefer (Budapest)

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