The poster session will take place on Friday, November 30th, in the Rittersaal in the university castle’s museum and will be accompanied by finger food and drinks. Poster presenters will be provided with a board and push pins for mounting posters. The poster boards will be 100 cm wide x 180 cm tall (about 39x70 inches), allowing for the standard A0 size posters in portrait layout.
Before the poster session, we will have a poster slam. All poster presenters will have 60 seconds to present a preview of their poster to the entire workshop. Please be prepared to speak for no more than 60 seconds, as you will have more time during the poster session. We ask presenters to prepare a single slide (keep it simple), which will accompany your short preview. Please send us your slide by Wednesday, November 28th, so that we can put the slides together.
Presenters will be allotted 30 minutes in total. You will be given 20 minutes for your talk and 10 minutes for discussion. We ask you to please stick to this timetable. You will be shown cards for 5 minutes remaining, 1 minute remaining, and STOP. The venue will be equipped with a cable and projector in addition to a laptop (Windows) in case you prefer to use our laptop instead of your own. If you prefer to bring your own laptop, Mac/Apple users should also bring an adapter.
The workshop program is now available:
The workshop description can be found here:
Book of Abstracts
The collection of keynote speaker abstracts along with all student presentation abstracts:
The workshop will be nicely located at the Schloss Hohentübingen right in the old town of Tübingen itself.
About the SFB 833
The workshop is cooperatively organized by the two SFB projects A3 and B9. We particularly focus on corpus-based semantic composition models for phrases in A3 and investigate the dynamics of understanding idiomatic expressions in language learners in the B9 project. The SFB has the overall topic of "The Construction of Meaning: The Dynamics and Adaptivity of Linguistic Structures."