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Tue May 29 2001

Confs: Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Norway

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  1. Dorothee Beermann, Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Trondheim

Message 1: Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Trondheim

Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 14:49:04 -0700
From: Dorothee Beermann <beermanncsli.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Trondheim

	8th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
	at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, 

 3-5 August 2001

 The 8th International Conference on HPSG will take place in Norway on
 3-5 August 2001, hosted by the Norwegian University of Science and
 Technology (NTNU), Trondheim. The conference includes a special
 session on SEMANTICS in HPSG. The site for the conference is at the
 Gloeshaugen campus of the university, located close to downtown. The
 web-site of the conference, with updates of the program, information
 about hotels, etc., is

 (The conference will be immediately succeeded by a one week Summer
 school on constraint based grammar, also in Trondheim, at the 
	 Dragvoll campus of the university, August 6-11. 
	 The web-site of the Summer school is also )


 Friday, August 3:
 09.00-10.00 Registration
 10.00-10.10 Opening
 10.10-11.00 Carl Pollard, Ohio State University (invited talk): 
 11.00-11.20 Coffee/tea
 11.20-12.10 Frank Richter and Manfred Sailer, Universitaet 
	 		 Tuebingen (invited talk):
 A semantic "Trampe" for HPSG: easy ways 
			 from bottom to top and back in Trondheim
 12.10-14.00 Lunch
 14.00-14.40 Ash Asudeh, Stanford University, and Richard 
			 Crouch, Xerox
 PARC: Glue Semantics for HPSG
 14.40-15.20 Markus Egg and Katrin Erk, Universitaet des 
 A compositional account of VP ellipsis
 15.20-15.40 Coffee/tea
 15.40-16.20 Kei Yoshimoto, Tohoku University, and Yoshiki 
			 Mori, Keio University:
 A Compositional Semantics for Complex 
			 Tenses in Japanese
 16.20-17.00 Olivier Bonami, Universite Rennes 2:
 		 A syntax/semantics interface for tense and aspect 
			 in French
 17.00-17.20 Coffee/tea
 17.20-18.00 Erhard W. Hinrichs, Eberhard-Karls-Universitaet 
			 Tuebingen, and Tsuneko Nakazawa, University of Tokyo:
 		 Case Matching in Bavarian Relative Clauses -- 
			 A declarative, non-derivational Account
 17.40-18.20 Chiharu Uda Kikuta, Doshisha University:
		 Integrating the Complement and the Adverbial Analyses
			 of Japanese Internally-Headed Relative Clause

 20.00 - Conference dinner

 Saturday, August 4:

 9.30-10.10 Detmar Meurers, Ohio State University:
		 To flip or not to flip: On the nature of 
			 irregularities in the German verbal complex
 10.10-10.50 Incheol Choi and Stephen Wechsler, University of 
			 Texas at Austin:
		 Mixed Categories and Argument Transfer in the 
		 Korean Light Verb Construction
 10.50-11.10 coffee/tea
 11.10-12.00 Maria Bittner, Rutgers University (invited talk):
 Bridging Semantics for HPSG: Missing Links in 
 			 Verb Chaining
 12.00-12.30 lunch
 13.30-14.10 Ash Asudeh, Stanford University, and Ewan Klein,
			 University of Edinburgh:
 Shape Conditions and Phonological Context
 14.10-14.50 Berthold Crysmann, DFKI GmbH, Saarbruecken:
 Phonological properties of Portuguese clitics: 
 		 a declarative approach
 14.50-15.10 coffee/tea
 15.10-15.50 Stefan Mueller, Interprice GmbH:
 The Morphology of German Particle Verbs: 
		 Solving the Bracketing Paradox
 15.50-16.30 Nathan Vaillette, Ohio State University and 
			 Universitaet Tuebingen:
 Irish particle alternation in HPSG
 16.30-16.50 coffee/tea
 16.50-17.30 Chan Chung, Dongseo University:
 Mixed Functional Properties in English 
			 Locative Inversion
 17.30-18.10 Kordula De Kuthy, Ohio State University:
 The Information Structure of 
			 Discontinuous NPs in German

 18.20 - 'Business meeting'

 Sunday, August 5:

 9.30-10.10 Olivier Bonami, Universite Rennes 2, and Gilles Boye,
 Universite Nancy 2:
 Suppletion and stem dependency in inflectional 
 10.10-10.50 Kathryn Campbell-Kibler, Stanford University:
 Bech's problem, again: The Dutch word `er'
 10.50-11.10 coffee/tea
 11.10- 12.00 Ivan Sag, Stanford University (invited talk): tba
 12.00-13.30 lunch
 13.30-14.10 Michael W. Daniels, Ohio State University:
 On a Type-Based Analysis of Feature 
			 Indeterminacy and the Coordination of Unlikes
 14.10-14.50 Roger Levy, Stanford University, and Carl 
			 Pollard, Ohio State University:
 Coordination and Neutralization in HPSG
 14.50- 15.10 coffee/tea
 15.10-15.50 Jesse Tseng, Universite Paris 7: Remarks on Marking
 15.50-16.30 Andreas Kathol, UC Berkeley:
 Nominal head-marking constructions: two 
			 case studies from Luiseno

 Antonio Branco, University of Lisbon:
 Without an Index: a lexicalist account of binding
 Nurit Melnik, UC Berkeley:
 Intransitive predicates and the notion of "subject" in Modern Hebrew
 Byung-Soo Park, Kyung Hee University:
 Constraints on Multiple Case Constructions in Korean:
 Interactions of Focus, Predication, and Generalized Possession
 Eun-Jung Yoo, Seoul National University:
 Korean Floating Quantifiers and Quantifier Scoping


 Frank Van Eynde (Leuven, Chair)
 Anne Abeille (Paris 7) Doug Arnold (Essex)
 Emily Bender (Berkeley) Elisabet Engdahl (Gothenburg)
 Erhard Hinrichs (Tuebingen) Tom Hukari (Victoria)
 Lars Hellan (Trondheim) Gertjan van Noord (Groningen)
 Carl Pollard (Ohio State) Adam Przepiorkowski (Warsaw)
 Shuichi Yatabe (Tokyo) 	 Eun-Jung Yoo (Seoul)


 Lars Hellan and Torbjoern Nordgaard - -
 Linguistics Department,
 Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
 Trondheim, Norway

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