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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   NASSLLI-2003. Student Session Call for Papers
From:   NASSLLI
Email:   nasslli_(on)_indiana.edu
Date received:   14 Jan 2003
Deadline:   15 Mar 2003
Start date:   17 Jun 2003

C a l l f o r P a p e r s NASSLLI-2003 Second North American Summer School in Logic, Language, and Information http://www.indiana.edu/ 7;7Enasslli/ June 17-21, 2003, Bloomington, Indiana NASSLLI '02 Continues North American Summer School Tradition --------- Following last year's founding of a North American counterpart to the European Summer School for Logic, Language and Information, this year's NASSLLI will be at Indiana University. It will again feature a Student Session where students can network and get feedback on their work -- both from faculty and student attendees. This CFP solicits submissions to the student session. Topics of Interest ------- The areas of interest are Logic -- including work on problems of mathematical or philosophical interest Language -- including descriptive or theoretical work in formal linguistics Language and Logic -- applications of logic to natural language Language and Computation -- theoretical and empirical work in computational linguistics Logic and Computation -- automated theorem-proving and related fields Computation -- artificial intelligence or related areas of computer science Work integrating several of these areas is of particular interest. Requirements ----- The Student Session papers should describe original, unpublished work that has been completed. However, no previously published papers should be submitted. All authors must be at the pre-doctoral level; submissions co-authored by non-students will be discarded. Format of Submission ----- Full papers, not to exceed 10 pages, are to be submitted by email as Adobe Portable Document Files (PDF). This file must include a separate identification page including the following pieces of information: Title: title of the submission First author: firstname lastname Address: address of the first author ...... Last author: firstname lastname Address: address of the last author Short summary: abstract (5 lines) Subject area (one or two of): Logic | Language | Computation Other Conferences Submitted To: Neither this identification page, nor any bibliography counts towards the 10 page limit. Since reviewing will be blind, the body of the paper 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..." The PDF of the paper is to be enclosed in an email duplicating the information on the identification page. Use US Letter paper and LaTeX if possible; accepted papers will need to be resubmitted without page numbers. Please email submissions to John Hale <hale_(on)_cogsci.jhu.edu> by MARCH 15th 2003. NASSLLI '03 ----- At least one author needs to register for NASSLLI '03 in order to be in the student session. Accepted papers will be available at the Summer School in the Student Session Proceedings (tentative plans exist for on-line dissemination as well). One of the authors will give a 20-minute talk with up to 10 minutes for discussion. Dates ---- Deadline for submission of papers : March 15th, 2003 Author notifications : May 1st, 2003 Revisions in accepted papers due by : June 1st, 2003 ESSLLI-2003 Student Session : June 17-21, 2003. Confirmed Student Session Program Committee Members ---- Julia Hockenmaier, University of Edinburgh Gerhard Jaeger, Potsdam University Greg Kobele, UCLA Yevgeniy Makarov, Indiana University Gideon Mann, Johns Hopkins University Jens Michaelis, Potsdam University Rachel Sussman, University of Rochester Please direct any questions about the NASSLI-03 student session to John Hale <hale_(on)_cogsci.jhu.edu>.
 

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