[CogSci] Call for abstracts: Society for Computation in Linguistics 2020 meeting
Matthew A Goldrick
matt-goldrick at northwestern.edu
Sun Jun 2 14:49:46 PDT 2019
The Society for Computation in Linguistics invites submissions to its third meeting, SCiL 2020, which will be co-located with LSA 2020<https://www.linguisticsociety.org/event/lsa-2020-annual-meeting> in New Orleans, January 2-5. The theme of the plenary session is “Computation and Meaning” and the invited speakers are Ellie Pavlick<https://cs.brown.edu/people/epavlick/index.html> (Brown University) and Christopher Potts<https://web.stanford.edu/~cgpotts/> (Stanford University).
We seek high-quality research on computational and mathematical approaches in any area of linguistics. There will be two submission tracks: papers and abstracts. Accepted papers and abstracts will be presented (either orally or as posters) at the SCiL 2019 meeting. Papers will be published prior to the conference in the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) Anthology<http://aclanthology.info/>. Authors of accepted abstracts will have the option to submit extended abstracts prior to the conference. Both papers and extended abstracts will be published online in the open-access SCiL proceedings<https://scholarworks.umass.edu/scil/>.
Submissions are limited to one first-authored paper or abstract per author; there is no limit on the number of non-first authored submissions per author. Do not submit an abstract to both SCiL and the LSA – these meetings are being held jointly, and your submission will be returned without review.
* Submission Deadline (papers and abstracts): August 7, 2019
* Notification of Acceptance: mid-September, 2019
* Camera Ready Papers and Abstracts Due: October 15, 2019
* Conference: January 2-5, 2020
For submission details see https://blogs.umass.edu/scil/call-for-papers-scil-2020/
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