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Sat Sep 18 2010

Confs: Syntax, Morphology, Phonology/Serbia

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        1.    Franc Marusic, Syntax, Phonology, and Language Analysis 3

Message 1: Syntax, Phonology, and Language Analysis 3
Date: 17-Sep-2010
From: Franc Marusic <lanko.marusicgmail.com>
Subject: Syntax, Phonology, and Language Analysis 3
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Syntax, Phonology, and Language Analysis 3
Short Title: SinFonIJA 3

Date: 01-Oct-2010 - 03-Oct-2010
Location: Novi Sad, Serbia
Contact: Tanja Mili?ev
Contact Email: sinfonija.3gmail.com
Meeting URL: http://sabotin.ung.si/~jezik/sinfon_3/

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Phonology; Syntax

Meeting Description:

SinFonIJA stands for Syntax Phonology and Language Analysis (SINtaksa
FONologija I Jezi?ka Analiza). The idea of having a conference that would
travel around the area of Central and South East Europe (or former Yugoslavia
and former Austro-Hungarian empire) has been around for long, but we had to
wait until 2008 to implement the idea. After the initial meeting held in Nova
Gorica in 2008, SinFonIJA survived the first repetition in 2009 in Sarajevo
(all participants agreed SinFonIJA 2 was a success) and is now turning into a
proper regular annual conference on formal linguistics in this part of the world.

The conference will be held in English.

Friday (October, 1)

8:45 - 9:15
Registration

9:15- 9:30
Welcome note

9:30-10:30
Invited speaker: Henk Van Riemsdijk (University of Tilburg/Arezzo), Multiple
Degree - Some Observations on Multiple Degree Expressions in Conditionals

10:30 -11:00
Slavica Kochovska (University of Nova Gorica), CLLDed and Ordinary Wh-Questions
in Macedonian

11:00 - 11:30
Liliane Haegeman (University of Ghent) and Barbara Ürögdi (Hungarian Academy of
Sciences), Op-movement in Referential CPs and DPs

11:30 - 11:45
Coffee break

11.45 - 12.15
Radek Simik (University of Groningen), PRO as a Lambda Operator

12:15 - 12:45
Franc Maru?i? and Rok ?aucer (University of Nova Gorica), The Internal Structure
of Slovenian Demonstratives

12:45 - 13:15
Teodora Radeva-Bork (University of Vienna), Clitic Doubling in Bulgarian:
Between Optionality and Obligatoriness

13:15 - 15:00
Lunch

15:00 - 16:00
Invited speaker: Rajesh Bhatt (University of MassachusettsAmherst), Agreeing
with Conjuncts NLP Session

16:00 - 16:30
Stasa Vuji?i?. (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics), Named Entity
Recognition in the System for Information Extraction

16:30 - 17:00
Maciej Ogrodniczuk (Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Polish Sejm Corpus - a Pilot Project

17:00 - 17:15
Coffe break

17:15 - 17:45 Milan Se?ujski (University of Novi Sad) Prosody Prediction in
Speech Synthesis Based on Regression Trees

17:45 - 18:15
Milan Gnjatovi? & Vlado Deli? (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi
Sad), An Approach to Modeling Attentional Information in Human-machine Interaction

18.15-18.45
Vlado Deli?, Milan Se?ujski, Piro?ka Stani? Molcer (Faculty of Technical
Sciences, University of Novi Sad), Evolution of Text-to-Speech System and
Methods of their Assessment

Saturday (October, 2)

9:30-10:30
Invited speaker: John Harris (University College London) Accidental Repairs: How
to Get Word-final Voicelessness without Trying

10:30 -11:00
Dragana ?urkalovi? (CASTL/University of Tromso), Phases and Linearization at the
Syntax-Phonology Interface

11:00 - 11:30
Maja Markovi? and Tanja Mili?ev (University of Novi Sad), Clitic Placement and
the Properties of the Intonational Phrase in Serbian

11:30 - 11:45
Coffee break

11:45 - 12:15
Peter Racz (University of Freiburg), To Err is Human -- Rich Memory Language
Models and t-glottalisation in English

12:15 - 12:45
Mary Baltazani (University of Ioannina) and Nina Topintzi (University of
Aegean), Morpho-phonology and the Greek glides

12:45 - 13:15
Marton Soskuthy (University of Edinburgh), Peter Racz (University of Freiburg),
Daniel Szeredi (New York University) and Balint Feyer (Eotvos Lorand
University), Morphology in the Extreme: Labial Reduplication in Hungarian

13:15 - 15:00
Lunch

15:00 - 15:30
John Bailyn (Stony Brook University) Relativizing Zemskaya's Word Order Puzzle

15:30 - 16:00
Pavel Grashchenkov (Institute for Oriental Studies, Moscow), On the Discreteness
of Grammar (Change): Turkic Serial Verbs

16:00 - 16:30
Joanna Blaszczak, Dorota Klimek-Jankowska, Patrycja Jablonska and Krzysztof
Migdalski (Wroclaw University), On the Tense-less Future in Polish

16:30 - 16:45
Coffee break

16:45 - 17:45
Invited speaker: Katalin É. Kiss (Hungarian Academy of Sciences/Pázmány Péter
Catholic University) Patterns of Agreement with Coordinate Phrases

17:45 - 18:15
Giorgos Spathas (University of Utrecht) Focus and the Cycle

18:15 - 18:45
Sabina Halupka-Re?etar (University of Novi Sad) Nonfinal Information Focus in
Serbian - some Experimental Data

Sunday (October, 3)

9:30 - 10:30
Invited speaker: Rok ?aucer (University of Nova Gorica), Two Templates for
Multiple VP-internal Prefixation in Slavic

10:30- 11:00
Phoevos Panagiotidis (University of Cyprus), Standard Greek, Cypriot Greek and
in-between: Evidence for Separationist Morphology

11:00 - 11:30
Boban Arsenijevi?(Universitat Pompeu Fabra) On Two Types of Deadjectival
Nominals in Serbo-Croatian

11:30 -11:45
Coffee break

11:45- 12:15
?eljko Bo?kovi? (University of Connecticut), Rescue by PF deletion, Intervention
Effects, and the that-Trace Effect

12:15- 12:45
Amélie Rocquet (Universiteit Gent - GIST), Past-Participle Agreement in French :
a Post-Syntactic Phenomenon

12:45 - 13:15
Katarzyna Janic (Université Lyon2, Laboratoire Dynamique du Langage) Typological
Approach to a Non-prototypical Polysemous Pattern of Reflexive Marker in Slavic
Languages
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