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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Student Session @ NASSLLI 2010


CALL FOR PAPERS
NASSLLI 2010 STUDENT SESSION

June 26, 2010

The Student Session is organized as part of the Fourth North American
Summer School in Logic, Language, and Information to be held in
Bloomington, IN USA from June 20-26, 2010.


ABOUT THE STUDENT SESSION

The NASSLLI Student Session provides an opportunity for pre-doctoral
students to present original, unpublished work to an interdisciplinary
audience. Authors will also receive useful feedback on their
submissions from multiple reviewers. We invite submissions in all
areas related to the school: logic, computation, language, and any
combinations thereof.

Papers to the Student Session must represent original work. They
should be written with an eye towards two audiences: the wide
multi-disciplinary body of students and researchers who will attend
NASSLLI, and also the narrower set of people in the particular area of
the paper. In short, they should be substantial contributions that can
be appreciated by both insiders and outsiders.

The organizers anticipate accepting between 10 and 20 papers.


PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Joey Frazee, UT Austin
Joshua Herring, Indiana University
Wes Holliday, Stanford University
Thomas Icard, Stanford University
Joshua Sack, Reykjavk University
Robert Rose (chair), Indiana University
Elizabeth Allyn Smith, Ohio State University
Andreas Stuhlmller, MIT


SUBMISSION DETAILS

Submissions should be formatted as PDF files, and should not exceed 10
pages.

All authors on the papers need to be pre-doctoral students.

Please make your submission at the EasyChair site for the NASSLLI
Student Session by the deadline listed below. Submissions will be
reviewed by the Student Session's program committee and additional
reviewers.


IMPORTANT DATES

   * Submissions: April 5, 2010
   * Notification: April 19, 2010
   * Presentation Date: June 26, 2010


LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS

All presenters at the Student Session will be required to register for
NASSLLI.

The registration fee for authors presenting a paper will correspond to
the early student registration fee. There will be no reimbursement for
travel costs and accommodation. Presenters who have difficulty in
finding funding should contact the local organizing committee to ask
for the possibilities for a grant.