Semantics and Linguistic Theory 16
SALT 16 concluded successfully, with a total of 108 people in attendance over the three days.
The University of Connecticut will host SALT 17.
The online version of the proceedings is now available (August 17, 2006).
SALT has provided a leading annual international forum for semantics for the past 15 years. 2006 will mark the first time for it to be held outside the United States.
- Irene Heim (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
- James Higginbotham (University of Southern California)
- Angelika Kratzer (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
- Toshiyuki Ogihara (University of Washington)
- Maribel Romero (University of Pennsylvania)
- November 14, 2005: Deadline for abstract submissions
- January 15, 2006: Notification to speakers
March 8, 2006: Deadline for online pre-registration
- March 22-24, 2006: Conference
Financial and logistic support is provided by the Center for Evolutionary Cognitive Sciences at the University of Tokyo.
Financial support is provided by Ichiko Memorial Fund "Support for Academic Conferences".
SALT 16 organizing committee consists of:
- Christopher Tancredi, University of Tokyo (Chair)
- Ikumi Imani, Nagoya Gakuin University
- Kiyomi Kusumoto, Hirosaki Gakuin University
- Makoto Kanazawa, National Institute of Informatics