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LINGUIST List 18.3472

Wed Nov 21 2007

Calls: Phonetics/China

Editor for this issue: Ania Kubisz <anialinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Fang Hu, The 8th Phonetic Conference of China

Message 1: The 8th Phonetic Conference of China
Date: 19-Nov-2007
From: Fang Hu <phonetics2008gmail.com>
Subject: The 8th Phonetic Conference of China
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Full Title: The 8th Phonetic Conference of China
Short Title: PCC2008

Date: 18-Apr-2008 - 20-Apr-2008
Location: Beijing, China
Contact Person: Fang Hu
Meeting Email: phonetics2008gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.pcc2008.cn/PCC2008_en/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics

Call Deadline: 30-Dec-2007

Meeting Description
The 8th Phonetic Conference of China (PCC 2008) will be held in Beijing,
from April 18 to 20, 2008. As a joint conference, the International
Symposium on Phonetic Frontiers (ISPF 2008) will be held simultaneously
with a special theme of celebrating the hundredth birthday of Professor WU
Zongji. The goals of the conference and the symposium are to provide a
platform for the discussion on topics concerning the current interest in
PCC2008/ISPF2008 will be hosted by the Institute of Linguistics,
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

PCC2008/ISPF2008 will be hosted by the Institute of Linguistics, Chinese
Academy of Social Sciences. The working language for PCC2008 is
Chinese/English and the working language for ISPF2008 is English.
All the accepted papers will be collected in the conference proceedings CD;
selected papers will be contained in ''The Chinese Phonetics Journal (vol.
2)'' or ''The Festschrift for Professor Wu's hundredth birthday'' published
by the Commercial Press. In addition, the conference will award a prize for
the Best Student Papers.
The maximum length of a submitted paper is six pages of A4-size. Please go
to http://www.pcc2008.cn/PCC2008_en/index.html to download the template of
paper. For tracking further and updated information, please visit the
website http://www.pcc2008.cn
The conference encourages and embraces the submission of original
researches on topics in, but no limited to, the following areas:

1. Speech Production
2. Speech Perception
3. Speech Acoustics
4. Speech Prosody
5. Phonology
6. Phonetic Typology & Universals
7. Diachronic Phonetics & Phonology
8. Phonetics and Phonology of Chinese languages and dialects
9. Speech Acquisition & Phonetics Pedagogy
10. Speech technology (Speech Synthesis Speech, Recognition, etc)
11. Speech Corpus & Annotation
12. Field Phonetics & Data Acquisition
13. Clinical Phonetics & Speech pathology
14. Forensic Phonetics
15. Others

Ziyu XIONG (pcc_2008163.com) (Chinese);
Fang HU (phonetics2008gmail.com) (English).

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