Students are encouraged to submit abstracts for the NASSLLI 2022 Student Session. Abstracts can be in any topic within language, logic or information, or any intersections thereof. The maximum length is two pages, excluding references and figures. Submissions must use a 12pt font and 1-inch margins. No particular template is required for submission, but students familiar with creating abstracts in the format of computer science conferences may find this LaTeX template useful. Co-authored submissions are welcome. Authors may appear in no more than one submission.
The best eight abstracts will be selected for 20-minute presentations at the Student Session, where students will have a chance to receive feedback and questions from an audience with some of the most relevant and well-regarded scholars in their field of interest. Two of the selected abstracts will receive the NASSLLI Student Award.
Abstracts should be submitted via Easy Chair (click on the button below).
The deadline for submissions is January 14th. The deadline for submissions has passed. Selected abstracts will be announced before the registration deadline.