LINGUIST List 25.1458|
Wed Mar 26 2014
Calls: Forensic Linguistics, Phonetics/Switzerland
Editor for this issue: Anna White
From: Adrian Leemann <adrian.leemannpholab.uzh.ch>
Subject: International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics 2014
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Full Title: International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics 2014
Short Title: IAFPA 2014
Date: 31-Aug-2014 - 03-Sep-2014
Location: Zürich, Switzerland
Contact Person: Volker Dellwo
Meeting Email: iafpa2014gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.pholab.uzh.ch/iafpa2014.html
Linguistic Field(s): Forensic Linguistics; Phonetics
Call Deadline: 14-Apr-2014
IAFPA's 2014 Annual Conference will be hosted by Volker Dellwo and Stefan
Schmid and their team, University of Zürich, Switzerland. The meeting is
planned for 31 August - 3 September 2014. More information will follow on the
conference website: www.pholab.uzh.ch/iafpa2014.html
Abstracts are invited for the 23rd annual conference of the International Association of Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics (IAFPA) in Zurich/Switzerland in 2014. We welcome abstracts on topics such as:
Speech and audio enhancement
Authentication of recordings
Automatic speaker identification/verification
Retrieval of speaker population data
Interesting case reports
LADO (Language analysis for the determination of origin)
This is not a complete list and other topics would be welcome if they promote the aims of IAFPA (cf. www.iafpa.net).
Abstract submission deadline: 15. April 2014
Notification of acceptance: 15. June 2014
Conference date: 1.-3. September 2014 (with warm-up on 31. Aug)
Download the template with formatting instructions at http://www.pholab.uzh.ch/static/downloads/IAFPA_template_2014.rtf
Abstracts must not be longer than 1 page (excluding references).
Abstracts must be in English.
Save your file in word or Rich Text Format (doc, docx or rtf).
Use the surname of the first (or sole) author in upper case characters followed by his/her first name in lower case letters as a file name; no spaces; no special characters, e.g. 'EINSTEINalbert.doc'.
If the same author (first author) submits more than one manuscript use a number after the name, e.g. 'EINSTEINalbert1.doc', 'EINSTEINalbert2.doc'.
Send your abstract(s) to iafpa2014gmail.com by 15 April 2014.
Use only the words 'IAFPA abstract submission' as a subject.
Contrary to some previous conferences, abstracts do not need to be anonymous.
Please indicate on your abstract whether you prefer to do a poster presentation or a talk (see template).
Best Student Paper award:
There will be a best student paper award. Please indicate on your abstract whether your paper is eligible for the student paper award (see template). The criteria for participation are:
The first author is a student, i.e. registered as a (master/PhD) student.
The first author presents his/her presentation or poster in person at the conference.
The work presented has been done by the student.
Note: being a student member of IAFPA is not a requirement.
The winner of this Prize wins free registration for next year's IAFPA conference.
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