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Registration

Rates after April 15:
Rutgers affiliate, not volunteering
: $75
Academic: $200
Non-academic/industry: $400

Rutgers students volunteering: free!

 


DAY 2 (Tuesday): Logic and Epistemology
Time
Presentations
8:00 - 8:30 talk #1
Knowledge, time and change (Rustam Galimullin, U. of Nottingham)

8:30 - 9:00

talk #2

Tableau methods for two-dimensional modal logic (Fabio Lampert, UC Davis)

9:00 - 9:45 posters
Logicality, categoricity, and the Keisler-Quantifier (Sebastian Speitel, UC San Diego)

Partial regularization of First-order resolution proofs (Jan Gorzny, U. of Waterloo)

    Expressive limitations of action logic (Will Nalls, Carnegie Mellon)

Necessary and sufficient conditions for representability (Issac Wilhelm, Rutgers)

   
Friendship under challenge: Logic of closeness revision (Bonan Zhao, U. of Amsterdam)

The language of appearance (Rachel Rudolph, UC Berkeley)

DAY 2 (Wednesday): Language

Time
Presentations
8:00 - 8:30 talk #3 Modeling switch reference in Koasati (Mary Moroney, Cornell)

8:30 - 9:00

talk #4

Exhaustivity in Mandarin Chinese: Experimental evidence with three types of sentences (Ying Liu, City U. of Hong Kong & Yu'an Yang, Chinese U. of Hong Kong)

9:00 - 9:45 posters
English loan verbs in Hebrew: a templatic approach (Canaan Breiss, Swarthmore)
   
Implicature and the Saul Puzzle (Yongming Han, Brown)

 

 

Polysynthetic language data in the debate on proper names (Amy Bayliss & Caley Howland, Northern Illinois)

   
Propositional content of events and individuals: explaining explain (Patrick Elliott, UCL)

 

 

Moore Disjunctions (Matthew Mandelkern, MIT)

   
The subjunctive direct argument (Simon Goldstein, Rutgers)

DAY 3 (Thursday): Pragmatics

Time

Presentations

8:00 - 8:30 talk #5
Needless to say: the informativity of being uninformative (Phil Crone, Stanford)

8:30 - 9:00

talk #6

The dynamics of loose talk (Sam Carter, Rutgers)

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