[Elsnet-list] 3rd Call for Papers ICPhS 2007 Germany

Jürgen Trouvain trouvain at CoLi.Uni-SB.DE
Fri Feb 2 12:06:04 CET 2007


Apologies for multiple postings

16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences
6-10 August 2007
Saarbrücken, Germany
http://www.icphs2007.de


3rd and last CALL FOR PAPERS

The phoneticians of Germany are proud to be able to invite you to 
participate in /ICPhS 2007 Germany/.

The paper submission on the web-site www.icphs2007.de is now open. 
Please find the paper templates for OpenOffice, Word and LaTeX in the 
"authors' guidelines".//

The 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences will take place on 
the campus of the Saarland University, Saarbrücken, from the afternoon 
of Sunday 5th August (registration and informal reception) till the 
evening of Friday 10th August, 2007 (final ceremony and conference 
barbecue).

The goals of the conference are to present reports of recent research in 
as many areas of the Phonetic Sciences as possible and to provide a 
forum for the discussion of topics that are of current interest in an 
atmosphere that is conducive to a positive and constructive exchange of 
views.

The congress is under the patronage of the Minister for Education and 
Research of the Federal Republic of Germany, Frau Annette Schavan. ICPhS 
2007 Germany is supported by the two international organisations for 
phoneticians, the International Phonetic Association (IPA) and the 
International Society of Phonetic Sciences (ISPhS).

We would like to encourage submission of papers on topics within the 
following areas:

    * Speech Production
    * Speech Perception & Auditory Mechanisms
    * Speech Acoustics
    * Speech Prosody
    * Phonetics of Conversation
    * Dysfluent Speech
    * Tone Languages
    * Phonology
    * Universals and Typology
    * Dialectology
    * Sociophonetics
    * Diachronic Phonetics & Phonology
    * First Language Acquisition
    * Foreign Language Acquisition & Phonetics Pedagogy
    * Contrastive Phonetics & Phonology
    * Forensic Phonetics
    * Speaker Characteristics
    * Phonetic Neurolinguistics
    * Phonetic Psycholinguistics
    * Clinical Phonetics and Pathophonetics
    * Voice Quality
    * Speaking Styles and Expressive Speech
    * Multimodal Phonetics
    * Speech Synthesis
    * Automatic Speech Recognition
    * History of Phonetics
    * Phonetic Fieldwork and Data Acquisition

PAPER SUBMISSION

The deadline for /4-page full paper/ submission is 28 February 2007. 
Papers will be submitted exclusively through the conference website. 
Submitted papers will be /anonymous/ to the reviewers. Previously 
published papers should not be submitted. The author will be notified by 
e-mail of the paper status by 19 May 2007. For each paper at least one 
author must be registered for the conference.

SPECIAL SESSIONS

In addition to the regular sessions, a series of Special Sessions has 
been planned for the meeting. Like the regular sessions, these will 
feature contributions within a selected thematic area, but with a 
different mode of presentation. In Special Sessions, either an overview 
is given or the speakers are invited to contribute because they are 
known to represent different points of view. Thus the character of the 
Special Sessions is intended to be one of lively debate and more 
extended theoretical discussion of areas which support disparate 
perspectives.

Special Sessions will be organised on the following topics:

    * Between Meaning and Speech: On the Role of Communicative
      Functions, Representations and Articulations
    * Second Language Acquisition and Exemplar Theory
    * Natural Phonology: Universal Principles for the Study of Language
      (Insiders meet Outsiders)
    * Do Phonological Features have any Reality for the Brain?
    * Arabic Phonetics at the Beginning of the 2nd Millenium
    * Speech Timing: Approaches to Speech Rhythm
    * Sound to Sense: Modelling Fine Phonetic Detail
    * Is there a Biological Grounding of Phonology?
    * Nasalization Processes at the Interface between Phonetics and
      Phonology
    * Audiovisual Speech Analysis
    * Intonational Development from Babbling to the Two-word Stage
    * Of Mouths, Ears and Eyes – The Sensory Motor Foundations of Spoken
      Language

Papers for Special Sessions will be submitted to the Session 
organizer(s), _not_ to the central conference organization.

SATELLITE EVENTS

    * Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech - DiSS 07
      <http://www.disfluency.org/>(August 2-4, 2007 in Edinburgh)
    * Phonetics and Phonology in Third Language Acquisition
      <http://www.phonetik.uni-freiburg.de/L3phonology> (August 3-4,
      2007, in Freiburg)
    * Paralinguistic Speech - between Models and Data
      <http://dfki.de/paraling07> (August 2-3, 2007, in Saarbrücken)
    * Speaker Age <http://w5.cs.uni-sb.de/%7Ecmueller/sa/> (August 4,
      2007, in Saarbrücken)
    * Acoustic Variability in Speech: The Role of Features, Enhancement,
      and Overlap (August 4, 2007, in Saarbrücken)
    * The Phonetics of Laughter
      <http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/conf/laughter-07/>(August 5,
      2007, in Saarbrücken)
    * Intonational Phonology (August 5, 2007, in Saarbrücken)
    * 6th ISCA Speech Synthesis Research Workshop - SSW-6 (August 22-24,
      2007, in Bonn)

IMPORTANT DATES

Four-page paper submission deadline: February 28, 2007
Notification of acceptance or rejection: May 19, 2007

Revised paper submission deadline: June 9, 2007
Early registration deadline: June 16, 2007
Conference dates: August 6-10, 2007

For further information: http://www.icphs2007.de

ORGANISATION

William J. Barry (General Chair)
Saarland University

Institute of Phonetics
Im Stadtwald
Postfach 15 11 50
D - 66041 Saarbrücken
Germany
Tel.: +49 - 681 - 302 - 46 94
Fax: + 49 - 681 - 302 - 46 84

email: chair at icphs2007.de

-- 
Jürgen Trouvain
Local Organisation  ICPhS 2007 Germany  www.icphs2007.de
Saarland University
FR. 4.7: Phonetics
P.O. Box 15 11 50
D-66041 Saarbrücken
Tel.: +49 - (0)681 - 302 - 46 94 



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