Call for papers: AIMM 4

Stony Brook University will host American International Morphology Meeting on May 3-5, 2019. This conference will co-occur with Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 28th meeting, also held at Stony Brook on the same dates.

Workshop website: https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/aimm/

Invited speakers:

Olivier Bonami (Université Paris Diderot)
Greville Corbett (University of Surrey, UK)
Richard Sproat (Google AI)

Important dates:

Call for Papers deadline: January 13, 2019
Notification of Acceptance: March 13, 2019
AIMM Conference: May 3-5, 2019

Call for Papers

The Department of Linguistics at the Stony Brook University (NY) is hosting the 4th American International Morphology Meeting (AIMM4), in conjunction with the 28th meeting of Formal Aspects of Slavic Linguistics (FASL28).

AIMM provides a collaborative forum for scholars working on morphological phenomena in diverse frameworks and methodologies. AIMM is also intended as a forum for student presentation, and students are strongly encouraged to submit. Contributions concerning lesser-known languages and their relation to the development of various perspectives on morphological analysis and theory
construction are especially welcome.

THEMED SESSION: Approaches to Computational Morphology

For a Special Session dedicated to methods and theories in computational morphology, we solicit abstracts from researchers, including NLP developers and linguistic communities, around state-of-the-art approaches to morphological analysis and generation.

Important Dates:

Abstract submission deadline: January 13, 2019
Notification of results: March 13, 2019

Abstract Submission:

To propose a paper/poster for presentation at AIMM4, upload an abstract conforming to the guidelines below to the EasyAbs website.

Abstract Guidelines:

1. Abstracts, including references and data, should not exceed two A4 or letter pages in length, have 2.5 cm (1 inch) margins on all sides, and be set in Times New Roman with a font size no smaller than 11pt.
2. Examples, tables, graphs, etc. be interspersed into the text of the abstract, rather than collected at the end.
3. The submission not reveal the identity of the author(s) in any way.
4. Submissions are restricted to two per author, with at most one paper being single-authored.
5. Abstracts must be submitted in PDF format through EasyAbs ( http://linguistlist.org/easyabs/aimm4) by Sunday, January 13, 2019, 11:59pm EST.