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  • Vladimir Borschev
    ... From: Student Conference in Linguistics To: Cc: Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 2:42 PM
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      From: "Student Conference in Linguistics" <cescl@...>
      To: <Agnes Bente-Farkas:>
      Cc: <kiefer@...>
      Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 2:42 PM
      Subject: Intl student conference in linguistics with grants: 1st Call


      >
      > Dear Vilem Mathesius lecturers and participants,
      >
      > I am one of Ferenc Kiefer's PhD students and I am writing to you
      > because there is going to be a Student Conference on linguistics in
      > Budapest
      > in May - mostly for Eastern European students. (See the call below and
      > at http://www.nytud.hu/cescl.)
      >
      > There is FINANCIAL AID (probably full travel, stay and per diem) for
      > people who come from outside EU but the application deadline for these
      > grants is 10th of January, by which time these people have to send in
      > their abstracts and CV's, so it is very tight. (The general deadline for
      > abstracts is the 31st of January, a little bit less tight.) So anyone who
      > wants to get funding needs to apply very soon.
      >
      > Could you draw your PhD and advanced undergraduate students' attention to
      > this
      > opportunity? The organizers are trying their best to provide grants to as
      > many students as possible.
      >
      > I wish all of you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
      >
      > On behalf of the local organization,
      > Gergely Bottyan
      >
      > ***********************************************************************
      >
      > First Central European Student Conference in Linguistics
      > May 29-31, Budapest, Hungary
      > www.nytud.hu/cescl
      >
      > CALL FOR PAPERS
      >
      > The Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of
      > Sciences,
      >
      > in association with
      >
      > the University of Salzburg,
      > the University of Vienna, and
      > the University of Potsdam,
      >
      > is pleased to announce the
      >
      > First Central European Student Conference in Linguistics,
      >
      > to take place in Budapest, between May 29-31, 2006.
      >
      > The aim of the conference is to provide doctoral students, primarily
      > but not exclusively from Central European countries, the opportunity to
      > present their work to an international audience and to receive
      > informed feedback from senior researchers and fellow students.
      >
      > The organizers invite undergraduate and doctoral students to submit
      > abstracts for 30-minute oral presentations in English (an extra 10
      > minutes will be allotted for discussion) describing original,
      > unpublished work, addressing topics from any of the following fields
      > of lingusitics:
      >
      > Phonology
      > Morphology
      > Syntax
      > Semantics
      > Pragmatics
      > Sociolinguistics
      > Language Technology
      > Psycholinguistics/Neurolinguistics
      > Historical Linguistics
      >
      > We are happy to announce that the following linguists have accepted
      > our invitation to give presentations as invited speakers at the
      > conference:
      >
      > Prof. Wolfgang U. Dressler (Vienna)
      > Prof. Hubert Haider (Salzburg) (to be confirmed)
      > Prof. Ferenc Kiefer (Budapest)
      >
      >
      > Abstract submission:
      >
      > We only accept submissions from students (those not having defended
      > a PhD by 1st January). Submissions should be limited to a maximum of
      > two abstracts by one person, one single authored and one co-authored.
      >
      > Abstracts must be submitted electronically and preferably in PDF
      > format (MS Word and RTF files will also be accepted). All-inclusive
      > abstract length is 2 A4 pages with the following formatting requirements:
      > 2,5 cm margins on top, bottom, left and right,
      > in 12 pt Times New Roman,
      > single line spacing, and
      > normal character spacing.
      >
      > Abstracts must be anonymous, and must be accompanied by a plain text
      > identification page stating:
      > the author's name
      > the author's affiliation
      > the name and email address of a professor who can supply information
      > about the author's student status.
      >
      >
      > For more information about the conference, for the technical details
      > concerning submission, and for updates on possible means of
      > financial support we can offer for students from East European
      > countries (primarily those outside the EU) please visit our website at
      > http://www.nytud.hu/cescl. You may also contact the organizers at
      > the following address: cescl@....
      >
      > The conference takes place immediately after the 12th Morphology
      > Meeting (www.nytud.hu/conf/mm12).
      >
      >
      > Program committee of CESCL:
      >
      > Prof. Wolfgang U. Dressler (Vienna)
      > Prof. Gisbert Fanselow (Potsdam)
      > Prof. Hubert Haider (Salzburg)
      > Prof. Istvan Kenesei (Budapest/Szeged)
      > Prof. Ferenc Kiefer (Budapest)
      >
      >
      > Local organization:
      >
      > Dora Bakonyi
      > Gergely Bottyan
      > Beata Gyuris
      > Zoltan Kiss
      > Barbara Urogdi
      >
      >
      > Important dates:
      >
      > Deadline for submission: January 31, 2006
      > Notification of authors: February 28, 2006
      > Registration deadline: May 1, 2006
      > Conference: May 29-31, 2006
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
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