FIRST CIRCULAR OF THE III INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CORPUS LINGUISTICS (CILC11)
7 to 9 April 2011
Department of Applied Linguistics
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA
The Organizing Committee of the Third International Conference on Corpus Linguistics is pleased to announce that it will hold the Third International Conference of the Spanish Association of Corpus Linguistics (AELINCO) at the Polytechnic University of Valencia from 7th to 9th April 2011.
In line with the specific aims of AELINCO and previous Conferences, the third edition of the International Conference on Corpus Linguistics will focus on the dissemination of research conducted in the framework of corpus linguistics including studies on various aspects and applications of natural language or particular languages based on the analysis of corpora using the tools offered by information and communication technology (ICT) under the slogan THE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY: PRESENT AND FUTURE IN THE ANALYSIS OF CORPORA.???? There will also be a pre-conference workshop on April 6th, which we will inform you about in the second circular.
We are pleased to announce that the following have confirmed participation as plenary speakers:
Antonio Briz (University of Valencia)
Susan Hunston (University of Birmingham)
Mick O¿Donnell (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Mike Scott (University of Aston)
Javier Martín Arista (Universidad de la Rioja)
The Organizing Committee of CILC 11 calls for participation by submitting proposals for oral presentations and posters (A1) that relate to the themes of any of the AELINCO panels. A multidisciplinary approach will be accepted for round table or thematic sessions:
1. Design and development of corpora
2. Discourse, literary analysis and corpus
3. Corpus-based grammatical studies
4. Corpus-based lexicology and lexicography
5. Corpora, contrastive studies and translation
6. Corpus and linguistic variation
7. Corpus-based computational linguistics
8. Corpora, language acquisition and teaching
9. Specific uses of Corpus Linguistics
Proposals submitted will be extended abstracts in English or Spanish, a maximum of 500 words, excluding bibliography. The proposals are to be emailed to panel coordinators whose data is available on the website of AELINCO (http://www.um.es/aelinco/?page_id=181). The extended abstract should be attached in an MSWord file with at least the first four words of the title followed by _texto (see the example below):
Do not include the author's name in this file. You should also attach a file with your personal data (name, affiliation, email, technical requirements, etc.). This file must include the same title which contains the text of the paper but adding _autor, as shown in the example:
The deadline for submission of proposals is February 8, 2011.
The expected date for notification of acceptance is March 8, 2011.
Best regards and looking forward to your participation,
Marisa Carrio Pastor
Ana Botella Trelis
Miguel Angel Mora Candel
Luz Gil Salom
Penny Mac Donald Lightbound
Carmen Soler Monreal