LINGUIST List 9.1530

Mon Nov 2 1998

Calls: Penn Ling. Colloquium, Logic, Language/Students

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  1. Cassandre Creswell, Final Call: Penn Ling. Colloquium
  2. amalia, Logic, Language, and Information/Students

Message 1: Final Call: Penn Ling. Colloquium

Date: Mon, 2 Nov 1998 10:13:50 -0500 (EST)
From: Cassandre Creswell <creswellBABEL.ling.upenn.edu>
Subject: Final Call: Penn Ling. Colloquium

 **CALL FOR PAPERS**

 The Penn Linguistics Club Announces

 The Twenty-Third Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium

 Saturday 27 February and Sunday 28 February 1999

 Invited Speaker: Angelika Kratzer, University of Massachusetts


We welcome papers on any topic in linguistics and related fields. This
year's Colloquium will feature a special session on applications of
constraint based approaches in any of the subfields of linguistics,
including but not limited to phonology, morphology, syntax,
semantics-pragmatics, computational linguistics, sociolinguistics,
historical linguistics, and language acquisition.

Speakers will have twenty minutes for their presentation and five minutes
for discussion and questions.

Prospective speakers should submit three copies of their abstract no later 
than Tuesday 1 December 1998 to:

 The Penn Linguistics Colloquium Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 619 Williams Hall
 University of Pennsylvania
 Philadelphia PA 19104-6305

Abstracts should be no longer than 2 pages in a 12-point font with 1-inch
margins and should be accompanied by an index card including your name,
affiliation (department and institution), address, e-mail address and the
subfield of linguistics (or related discipline) that you find most
appropriate to your topic. In particular, please indicate whether you
would like your paper to be considered for inclusion in the special
session. No more than one single and one joint abstract per author may be
submitted. 

Submissions by e-mail in ASCII or latex to plc23babel.ling.upenn.edu are
welcome. 

Proceedings of the conference will be published as a volume of the Penn
Working Papers in Linguistics. Authors who present papers agree to submit
a camera-ready copy of their paper by May 31, 1999. 

If you have further questions, please contact us at the above address or
via e-mail at plc23babel.ling.upenn.edu. The colloquium web page can be
found at http://www.ling.upenn.edu/~nrh/plc23.html


Sincerely,
The Colloquium Committee

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Message 2: Logic, Language, and Information/Students

Date: Mon, 2 Nov 1998 12:17:32 +0200
From: amalia <amalialiia.u-strasbg.fr>
Subject: Logic, Language, and Information/Students




 THE ESSLLI'99 STUDENT SESSION
 August 9-20, 1999, Utrecht, The Netherlands
 Deadline : March 15th, 1999

 http://www-ensais.u-strasbg.fr/todirascu/esslli-fr.html

We are pleased to announce the Student Session of the 11th European Summer
School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI'99) organized by the
University of Utrecht under the auspices of the European Association for
Language, Logic and Information (FOLLI) and located at the University of
Utrecht in August 1999. We will welcome submission of papers for
presentation at the ESSLLI'99 Student Session and appearance in the
proceedings.

===============================================================================
PURPOSE:
This is going to be the fourth ESSLLI Student Session and it will provide,
like the other editions, an opportunity for ESSLLI participants who are
students to present their own WORK IN PROGRESS and get feedback from their
colleagues and fellow-students. It is desired that papers presenting
creative and innovative ideas will be submitted.
The ESSLLI'99 Student Session encourages submissions from students at any
level, from undergraduates - before completion of the Master Thesis as well
as postgraduates - before completion of the PhD degree. We will not accept
papers co-authored by non-students.
As in the previous editions, the ESSLLI'99 Student Session will consist of
paper presentations. The ESSLLI'99 Student Session has its own timeslot in
the school's schedule: 60 minutes every day for two weeks, provided that a
sufficient number of good quality papers is accepted. Each presentation
will last 30 minutes (including 10 minutes of discussion).

================================================================================
REQUIREMENTS:
The Student Session papers should describe original, unpublished work,
completed or in progress that demonstrates insight, creativity, and
promise. No previously published papers should be submitted. Papers will
cover topics within the six ESSLLI subject areas (Logic, Linguistics,
Computation, Logic&Linguistics, Logic&Computation,
Linguistics&Computation).
The accepted papers will be published in the ESSLLI'99 Student Session
proceedings, which will be made available during ESSLLI'99, together with
the readers of the courses.

===============================================================================
FORMAT OF SUBMISSION:
Student authors should submit an anonymous extended abstract headed by the
paper title, not to exceed 5 pages of length exclusive of references and a
separate identification page (see below). Note that the length of the full
papers will not be allowed to exceed 10 pages.
Since reviewing will be blind, the body of the abstract should omit author
names and addresses. Furthermore, self-references that reveal the author's
identity (e.g., " We previously showed (Smith, 1991)... ") should be
avoided. It is possible to use instead references like " Smith (1991)
previously showed...".
To identify each paper, a separate identification page should be supplied
containing the paper's title, the name(s) of the author(s), the
author(s)s'affiliation and complete address(s) a short (5 lines) summary
and a specification of the subject area to which the paper belongs. The
subject areas considered are: Logic, Linguistics, Computation,
Logic&Linguistics, Logic&Computation, and Linguistics & Computation.

================================================================================
MEDIA OF SUBMISSION AND FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS:
The student authors should submit their papers electronically to:

amalialiia.u-strasbg.fr
amaliathor.infoiasi.ro

For any submission a plain ASCII text version of the identification page
should be sent separately by email, using the following format:

Title: <title>
Author: <name of the first author>
Address: <affiliation and address of first author>
...
Author: <name of the last author>
Address: <affiliation and address of last author>
Short summary (5 lines): <summary>
Subject area (one of):
Logic | Linguistics | Computation | Logic and Linguistics | Logic and
Computation | Linguistics and Computation
Please always submit the identification page in a separate message.
The submission should be in one of the following formats:

- Self-contained Latex source (the most encouraged)

- PostScript

- ASCII text

You can find more information about submission requirements at :

http://www-ensais.u-strasbg.fr/LIIA/todirascu/esslli-fr.html

=============================================================================
ESSLLI'99 STUDENT SESSION INFORMATION:
In order to present a paper at ESSLLI'99 Student Session, every student
author has to register as a participant at ESSLLI'99. However, authors of
accepted papers will be eligible for a reduced registration fee.
For all information concerning ESSLLI'99 please consult the ESSLLI'99 web site:

http://esslli.let.uu.nl

==============================================================================
IMPORTANT DATES:

Deadline for submission: March 15, 1999
Notifications: May 16, 1999
Final version due: June 15, 1999
ESSLLI'99 Student Session: August 9-20, 1999

===============================================================================
PROGRAMME COMMITTEE FOR THE ESSLLI'99 STUDENT SESSION:

Chairwoman: Amalia Todirascu (University "Al.I.Cuza" of Iasi and ENSAIS
Strasbourg)

Area co-chairs:
 - Language and Computation: Richard Moot (University of Utrecht)
 - Computation: Dirk Nowotka (Turku Center for Computer Science)
 - Logic: Quintijn Puite (University of Utrecht)
 - Language: Esther Kraak (University of Utrecht)
 - Logic and Computation: Catherine Piliere (UHP-LORIA, Nancy)
 - Logic and Language: Fabien Reniers (University of Utrecht)


If you have specific questions about the student session please do not
hesitate to contact the chair.

amalialiia.u-strasbg.fr
amaliathor.infoiasi.ro

Computer Science Department
University " Al.I.Cuza " of Iasi
16, Berthelot Str.
Iasi 6600
Romania

and (until 17th December 1998)

Laboratoire d'Informatique et d'Intelligence Artificielle
Ecole Nationale Suprieure des Arts et d'Industrie Strasbourg
24, Bd. de la Victoire
67084 Strasbourg Cedex
France

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