We are pleased to announce that the fifth AttLis 2018 workshop will be hosted by
The Language Acquisition and Language Processing Lab, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, from August 29th to 30th, 2018.
The workshop’s theme is multi-modal cognition with an emphasis on the interaction between language and vision. More specifically, there is a central focus on how attentional and visual processes interact with spoken and written language processing. Why are attention and vision crucial to language comprehension?

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Key dates

March 15th, 2018. Deadline for abstracts submission.

April 10th, 2018. Notification of acceptance.

May 20th, 2018. Early registration deadline.

June 15th, 2018. Binding registration deadline.

August 29th to 30th, 2018. AttLis workshop.

Programme

 

August 29-30, 2018
Invited lectures + Talks
Venue: DKNVS (The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters) House

For the updated conference schedule, please click here: Conference Schedule

 

Registration

Registration fees:
200 EUR for students/ research scholars;
300 EUR for faculty/ industry professionals

Registration Procedure:
Registration opens on May 15 – 31st, 2018. Please observe that registration is binding and those registered will receive an invoice for the Workshop fee.

Register here

 

Organisers

 

Programme Committee

Ramesh Kumar Mishra

University of Hyderabad

Mila Vulchanova

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Nivedita Mani

University of Göttingen

Falk Huettig

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Pia Knoeferle

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Valentin Vulchanov

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Giosue Baggio

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Organising Committee

Mila Vulchanova

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Valentin Vulchanov

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Giosue Baggio

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Evelyn Milburn

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

In case of any queries, please contact the convenor at mila.vulchanova@ntnu.no

Venue

Conference Venue
DKNVS (The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters) House.
Address: Fylkesmannsboligen, Elvegata 17, 7012 Trondheim.
Find it on Facebook at https://nb-no.facebook.com/dknvs/

Getting there

Norwegian University of Science and Technology
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology is a public research university with campuses in the cities of Trondheim, Gjøvik, and Ålesund in Norway, and has become the largest university in Norway, following the university merger in 2016.

Getting there
DKNVS (The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters) House is located near the Trondheim City Center. The most convenient bus stop is Kalvskinnet, served every few minutes by buses 5, 8, 10, 11, 18, and 63. Cost: NOK 50 (cheaper prices via Mobillett app from AtB).

Trondheim
Trondheim is located in the middle of Norway about 500 km north of the capital Oslo.

Getting there
The most common way to get to Trondheim is via Oslo by plane (50 min). There are about 20 flights in each direction each day (!). Carriers are SAS (SK) and Norwegian (DY). Widerøe/SAS also operates two daily direct flights to and from Copenhagen, KLM operates three daily flights to Amsterdam, Norwegian one daily flight to London/Gatwick, and there are also direct flights to Stockholm.
There are also several daily trains from Oslo, but the travel time is more than 7 hours. The driving time from Oslo is also about 7 hours.
For more information: click here

 

 

Abstract submission

Topics (including, but not restricted to):
Cognitive psychology; Cognitive Neuroscience; Psycholinguistics; Computation modelling; Judgement & Decision making; Consumer Neuroscience; NeuroEconomics; Developmental sciences, Multi-modal integration in developmental deficits

Abstract Format
Leading experts in the field have committed to giving the invited talks. There are a number of available slots for oral presentations (20+10 mins.), as well as poster presentations. Abstracts should be approximately 300 words and mailed to evelyn.a.milburn@ntnu.no as a word document.

Abstract word limit: 300 words.