From: Antonis Botinis <abotinisphil.uoa.gr>
Subject: 4th ISCA Workshop on Experimental Linguistics
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Full Title: 4th ISCA Workshop on Experimental Linguistics
Short Title: ExLing 2011
Date: 25-May-2011 - 27-May-2011
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Antonis Botinis
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://conferences.phil.uoa.gr/exling/
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Phonetics
Other Specialty: Experimental Linguistics
Call Deadline: 20-Mar-2011
This ISCA Workshop on Experimental Linguistics 2011 is the fourth Workshop, which takes place in Paris, France. The Workshop aims to bring together professionals working with language in different settings and to promote discussion and exchange of ideas on approaches to the study of language. The Workshop will focus on experimental and interdisciplinary approaches with the ultimate objective of boosting international research and collaboration.
Final Call for Papers:
Extended call deadline 20th March 2011
All experimental disciplines and subjects with reference to the study of language are related to the Workshop, such as speech production, speech acoustics, speech perception, neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, computational linguistics, applied linguistics and language therapy.
The Workshop will contain a combination of oral and poster sessions along with interdisciplinary panel discussions and working groups. Submission of abstracts are invited with reference to the aims of the Workshop.
Abstract Submission Guidelines:
A contributor in the workshop may be a single author of only one paper, and may be the co-author of two additional papers. Submitted abstracts of max 500 words (one page) will be reviewed in accordance with the following criteria:
1. Significance: Does this study address an important problem?
2. Innovation: Does the study employ novel concepts or methods? Are the aims original and innovative?
3. Approach: Are the conceptual frameworks, designs, methods, and analyses adequate?
4. Usefulness: How can the research objectives benefit the respective scientific area?
5. Clarity: How clear and well-organized is the presentation?
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