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1. Jong-Bok Kim ,
19th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
Message 1: 19th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
From: Jong-Bok Kim <jongbokkimgmail.com>
Subject: 19th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
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Full Title: 19th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
Short Title: HPSG-2012
Date: 17-Jul-2012 - 20-Jul-2012
Location: Daejeon, Korea, South
Contact Person: Jong-Bok Kim
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://linguistics.cnu.ac.kr/hpsg/
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2012
The 19th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, HPSG-2012, will take place in July 17-20, 2012, at Chungnam National University in Daejeon, located in the center of South Korea.
Supported by Department of Linguistics, Chungnam National University (CNU), Center for Speech-Language Pathology (CSLP), CNU, Center for Language and Communication Research (CLCR), CNU The Korean Society for Language and Information (KSLI), Korea Research Foundation (KRF), Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI)
Call for Papers:
Abstracts are solicited for presentations which address linguistic, foundational, or computational issues relating to the framework of Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar.
There will be two sessions: a main session, with 30 minute presentations, and a poster session. The poster session is intended as a means of encouraging the presentation of work that is not yet fully mature. The last day of the conference will be devoted to a workshop. There will be a separate call for papers for the workshop.
Prospective speakers may submit either a 5 page abstract for the main session, or a 2 page abstract for the poster session. Abstracts submitted initially for the main session may be accepted, at the discretion of the program committee, for presentation in the poster session instead.
We will use an online submission system. All abstracts should be submitted via LINGUIST List's EasyAbstracts System:
Abstracts will be reviewed anonymously by at least two reviewers. Abstracts should not include the authors' names and authors are asked to avoid self-references. Please direct any questions to the Program Committee Chair, Jong-Bok Kim, at hpsg2012programgmail.com.
Invited Speakers: to be announced in the second call for papers.
Abstract submission deadline: March 31, 2012
Notification of acceptance: April 27, 2012
Conference: July 17-20, 2012
The conference proceedings will be published online by CSLI publications. A call for contributions to the publications will be issued after the conference. Proceedings of previous conferences are available at http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/HPSG/. The final deadline for receipt of written versions of conference papers is November 10, 2012.
Local Organizing Committee Chair:
Byong-Rae Ryu (Chungnam National University, hpsg2012gmail.com)
Anne Abeille, Doug Arnold, Emily M. Bender, Francis Bond, Oliver Bonami, Bob Borsley, Rui Chaves, Ann Copestake, Berthold Crysmann, Elisabet Engdahl, Dan Flickinger, Jong-Bok Kim (chair), Tibor Kiss, Jean-Pierre Koenig, Valia Kordoni, Bob Levine, Laura Michaelis, Stefan Muller, Tsuneko Nakazawa, Jeff Runner, Ivan Sag, Manfred Sailer, Frank Van Eynde, Gert Webelhuth, Eun-Jung Yoo, Stephen Wechsler, Schuichi Yatabe
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