Registration for ICCG11 is now open (the link to the registration page
is at the bottom of this email). As communicated before, the conference will be
in hybrid format, with the prospects for large on campus attendance looking
good. The Belgian government announced this week that indoor events up to 400
people will be allowed again in August. It is too early to tell what the exact conditions
will be like, but we will keep you up to date.
Three of our keynote speakers have already expressed their wish to come to Antwerp in person, and we will keep you up to data on the decision of the others. The roundtable discussion will also be on campus (with online participation). Lunch and coffee breaks are included in the on campus participation fee. And the city of Antwerp is as appealing as ever. Finally, if you are ultimately unable to come to our campus but still want to attend online, the difference in registration fees will be refunded.
For those of you who are unable to come, the break-even price for online attendance covers the cost of the online conference platform hopin.com for a more agreeable online experience, as well as multi-camera streaming of the plenary talks and main auditorium provided by a professional video production service.
We would also like to invite you to fill in the survey that is part of the roundtable discussion, should you not yet have done so. If you have not received a personal link to this survey, please contact Hans Boas (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Note that the registration page does not include registration for the pre-conference tutorials. Please contact the organizers directly. Information on how to register for Bringing Computational Construction Grammar into your Classes and Research may be found on https://ehai.ai.vub.ac.be/events/iccg-11/. Given the difficulty of organizing the pre-conference tutorial Construction Grammar(s) in practice in a hybrid format, the organizers have decided to substitute this tutorial by an online mentoring session for people (PhD students or other researchers) starting to work in CxG. More information will be available on the ICCG11 website soon.
Given that the number of people that will come to Antwerp is at this point hard to estimate, some provisos had to be made regarding the social program. Reception, conference dinner and closing concert will take place as planned. However, the weekend activities (Plantin printing museum, Port of Antwerp boat trip, visit to De Koninck brewery) will only be organized if sufficient people sign up.
For all other information we refer to the ICCG11 website.
To register, please go to this page.
We are looking forward to seeing you at ICCG11,
The template for de-anonymized abstracts may be found here.
Full papers will be allotted 20 minutes, followed by 5-7 minutes for discussion. Posters will be presented in a special session and remain on display during the conference.
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS FOR THE GENERAL SESSION
Abstracts for General Session papers and posters can be submitted until 31 January 2021 through the abstract submission facility EasyChair.
Abstracts should not exceed 400 words (exclusive of references) and should clearly state research questions, approach, method, data and (expected) results. Abstracts should also list three to five keywords.
Since all abstracts will be submitted to blind review, no author-specific information must be available in the text of the abstract or in the file metadata.
Abstracts will not be edited for typing, spelling, or grammatical errors after submission. Therefore, abstracts should comply with the layout requirements:
- Abstracts must be single-spaced and fully justified. The standard font will be Calibri, size 11. Margins should be set at 2,54 cm (1 inch) all around.
- References will have a hanging indent of 1,27 cm (0.5 inch).
- Submit the abstract as a .doc, .docx or .odt document. If it contains special characters, please send a PDF version to email@example.com.
The requirements are detailed in this template.
If you already submitted an abstract for the conference during the first call before postponement due to COVID19, the following guidelines apply
- In case your abstract was accepted, it remains accepted
- You are given the opportunity to revise your accepted abstract until the new submission deadline
- If you plan on presenting on a different topic instead, please make a new submission (do not replace an existing submission in this case!)
- If you no longer want to present your accepted abstract, please notify us, so that we can remove it
- In case your abstract was not accepted, you are free to submit a new, revised version of your abstract, which will be treated as a new submission
A description of the four thematic workshops may be found here.
One person may submit a single-authored abstract and a co-authored one (not as first author) or two co-authored abstracts (only one as first author). Note that keynote papers within workshops count as ordinary papers.
Abstracts submitted to the general session and to the poster session will be evaluated by two members of the Scientific Committee. Workshop papers receive two evaluations by Scientific Committee members and one by the workshop convenor(s).
Notifications of acceptance will be sent out by 31 March 2021.