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LINGUIST List 17.1376

Thu May 04 2006

Confs: Student Conf/General Ling/Budapest, Hungary

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

Message 1: 1st Central European Student Conference in Linguistics
Date: 27-Apr-2006
From: Beáta Gyuris <cesclnytud.hu>
Subject: 1st Central European Student Conference in Linguistics

1st 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.

Sunday, May 28
17.00 -19.00

Monday, May 29
8.00 - 9.00
9.00 - 9.20
OPENING: Prof. Csaba Pléh (Deputy General Secretary of the Hungarian
Academy of Sciences)
9.20 - 10.10
INVITED SPEAKER: Prof. Ferenc Kiefer (Hungarian Academy of Sciences): On the semantics of adjectives
10.10 - 10.50
Elena Khanina (Moscow State University): In search of lost telicity: Evidence of Basque causatives
10.50 - 11.20
11.20 - 12.00
Dan Stefanescu (Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Romanian Academy): Aligning unequal multilingual thesauri
12.00 - 12.40
Jakob Maché (University of Vienna): The decline of argument structure
12.40 - 13.20
Ana Ibáñez Moreno and Elisa González Torres (University of La Rioja): Determining the criteria that are useful to identify the derivational /or compositional capabilities of lexical items in Old English
13.20 - 14.40
14.40 - 15.20
Vladimir A. Bondar (Saint-Petersburg Institute for Linguistic Research): On 'hit'-'it' variation in Old English
15.20 - 16.00
Alexandra Fodor (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest): Rise and fall in the life of 'and'
16.00 - 17.40
17.40 - 18.20
Marija Paunova (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje): Declension of nouns in the texts from the Ohrid Literary School
18.20 - 19.00
Andreja Eržen (Ljubljana Graduate School of the Humanities): Affirmation of the Slovenian language: Slovenian grammars and dictionaries from 16th to 19th century

Tuesday, May 30
9.20 - 10.10
INVITED SPEAKER: Prof. Wolfgang U. Dressler (University of Vienna):Interfaces of morphology, or What theoretical linguistics can learn from the study of child language
10.10 - 10.50
Noémi Hahn (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest): Developmental relationship of understanding complements, naive theory of mind, and word acquisition -- Or: Tom said that was a wug in the box
10.50 - 11.20
11.20 - 12.00
Juliane Schütte (Potsdam University): On the processing of negative polarity constructions: Evidence for strong and weak licensing
12.00 - 12.40
Tünde Nagy (Debrecen University): On the semantics of aspectualizers in English
12.40 - 13.20
Michał Janowski (Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz): Therole of inheritance in endowing abstract concepts with image- schematic structure
13.20 - 14.40
14.40 - 15.20
Fabienne Fritzsche (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin): Semantics of left-dislocated prepositional phrases
15.20 - 16.00
Ion Tudor Giurgea (Université Paris VII ''Denis Diderot''):
Split NP topicalization: The burden on PF?
16.00 - 17.40
17.40 - 18.20
Andriy Sytnyk (Université de Neuchâtel): When inferences become references
18.20 - 19.00
Gergely Bottyán (Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences): The operationality of Grice's tests for implicature

Wednesday, May 31
9.30 - 10.10
Anna Asbury (Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS): Finnish partitive case as a determiner suffix
10.10 - 10.50
Aleksandra Faynveyts (Moscow State Lomonosov University): Is obligatory control always obligatory?
10.50 - 11.20
11.20 - 12.00
Antonia Rothmayr (University of Vienna): Stative-eventive ambiguities
12.00 - 12.40
Alexandru Ceausu (Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Romanian Academy): Tiered tagging in a maximum entropy framework
12.40 - 13.20
Natalia Elita (Technical University of Moldova) and Monica Gavrila (University of Hamburg): Enhancing translation memories with semantic knowledge
13.20 - 14.40
14.40 - 15.20
Peter D. Staroverov (Moscow State University): Vowel deletion and stress in Tundra Nenets
15.20 - 16.00
Natalia Kuznetsova (Institute of Linguistic Research, St. Petersburg, Russia): Vowel harmony or harmonic classes?
16.00 - 16.40
Dániel Huber (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest): On representations of coronals (and velars) across theories

-Reili Argus (Tallinn University): Acquisition of inflectional morphology in Estonian: Individual differences in the acquisition of number
-Peter M. Arkadiev (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow): Two-term case systems in cross-linguistic perspective
-Veronika Hegedűs (Tilburg University): Extending extended spatial PPs to Hungarian
-Radu Ion (Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Bucharest): Word sense disambiguation with lexical attraction models
-Edith Kádár (Univ. Babeş-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca): Atmospherical predicates in Hungarian
-Maria Khokhlova (St. Petersburg State University): The Russian language of the 18th century: Presentation of texts by M. V. Lomonosov
-Oksana Pasichnyk, Iouri Nikolski and Maksym Davydov (National University ''Lvivska Polytechnika''): System of finger movement identification for sign language recognition
-Gábor Pohl (Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba): English--Hungarian NP alignment in a linguistically enriched translation memory
-Adam Rambousek and Martin Kudlej (Masaryk University, Brno): DEBVisDic: Wordnet editor and browser based on DEBII platform
-Shih-chi Stella Yeh (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan): An experimental study on syllable structure in Amis

Melita Aleksa (University of Osijek): The automatic morphological analysis of the Croatian language: The verbal, nominal and adjectival inflections within the morphological parser HUMOR
Alexa Bódog (University of Debrecen), Katalin Nagy (University of Szeged): Language evolution and language change: Under the spell of niche construction
Lívia Demjanová (Prešov University): The influence of the sociolinguistic factors on the productivity in word-formation
Kálmán Olivér Dudás (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest): Cyclic effects on the CP edges hinge on checking case
Anna Ekert (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań): The asymmetry in language processing in proficient bilinguals: The wordtype effect
Alexandru Mardale, LLF/CNRS (Université Paris 7 & Universitatea din Bucuresti): On the use of the definite article with prepositions in Romanian
Verginica Barbu Mititelu (Romanian Academy Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Bucharest): Automatic extraction of patterns displaying hyponym-hypernym co-occurrence from corpora
Radek Šimík (Palacky University, Olomouc): On the nature of the foot of relative clause
Tekla Sinkó, Eleonóra Víg (Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca): Boosting LVM-based document clustering and visualization with genetic chromodynamics
György Szarvas (University of Szeged), Richárd Farkas (MTA-SZTE, Research Group on Artificial Intelligence, Szeged): Statistical named entity recognition for Hungarian: Analysis of the impact of feature space characteristics
Balázs Szilárd (University of Szeged): A mereotopological analysis of the category 'source particle' in Hungarian

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