FOM: student session
Stephen G Simpson
simpson at math.psu.edu
Mon Jan 21 09:53:16 EST 2002
From: Maricarmen Martinez <martinez at indiana.edu>
Subject: NASSLLI 2002 Student Session- Call for papers
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 00:33:47 -0500 (EST)
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NASSLLI 2002 STUDENT SESSION
June 24-30 2002, Stanford, CA
Call for Papers
Deadline: March 15th, 2002
We are pleased to announce the Student Session of the First North American
Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (NASSLLI) organized by
the Department of Philosophy, the Department of Linguistics, the
Department of Computer Science, and the Center for the Study of Language
and Information, at Stanford University. NASSLLI-2002 will be held in
Stanford, CA, from June 24-30, 2002. We invite submission of papers for
presentation at the NASSLLI-2002 Student Session.
PURPOSE -- This NASSLLI Student Session will provide an opportunity for
NASSLLI participants who are students to present their own work in
progress and get feedback from senior researchers and fellow-students.
The NASSLLI 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). Papers
co-authored by non-students will not be accepted. Papers may be accepted
for full presentation (20 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unpublished work, completed or in progress that demonstrates insight,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. Note that the NASSLLI-2002 school will be focused on the three
main areas (Logic, Language, & Computation).
FORMAT OF SUBMISSION-- Student authors should submit an anonymous full
paper headed by the paper title, not to exceed 10 pages of length
exclusive of references and send a separate identification page (see
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)
For any submission, a plain ASCII text version of the separate
identification page should be sent separately, using the following format:
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 of): Logic | Language | Computation
If necessary, the program committee may reassign papers to a more
appropriate subject area. The submission of the paper should be in one of
the following formats: PostScript, PDF, RTF, or plain text. Please, use
8.5" x 11" size pages, 11pt or 12pt fonts, and standard margins.
Submissions outside the specified length and formatting requirements may
be subject to rejection without review.
The paper and separate identification page must be sent by e-mail to:
martinez at indiana.edu by March 15th, 2002
NASSLLI-2002 INFORMATION -- In order to present a paper at NASSLLI-2002
Student Session, at least one student author of each accepted paper has to
register as a participant at NASSLLI-2002. The authors of accepted papers
will be eligible for reduced registration fees. For all information
concerning NASSLLI-2002, please consult the NASSLLI-2002 web site at
Deadline for submission of papers: March 15, 2002.
Authors Notification: May 01, 2002.
NASSLLI-2002 Student Session: June 24-30, 2002.
Director: Johan van Benthem
Logic: Sol Feferman, Larry Moss, Rich Thomason, Albert Visser, Scott
Language: Nicholas Asher, Aravind Joshi, Ed Keenan, Stanley Peters, Geoff
Computation: Samson Abramsky, Joe Halpern, Phokion Kolaitis, Rohit Parikh,
For any questions concerning this call for papers and the Student Session
at NASSLLI 2002, please, do not hesitate to contact me:
Maricarmen Martinez: martinez at indiana.edu
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