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Posters sessions

The 19th ICL poster sessions will be able to accomodate up to 150 presentations. You can submit a proposition in two ways: either by submitting for either oral presentation or poster presentation, or by explicitly choosing to submit for poster presentation.

The Congress organization, wishing to show his interest for this mode of communication, has decided to have a posters competition. The three best presentations will receive a price.

Information about posters

Poster sessions will take place Monday 22nd, Tuesday 23rd and Thursday 25th of July from 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm, in the main hall of Uni Mail. Posters will be exhibited every day during lunch break and they will be kept for 24h.

Contributors are kindly asked to be present during the poster session when they are scheduled, in order to present their work to the other delegates and answer their questions.
Here is some important information:

  • Poster size: A1 or A0
  • Poster printing: your poster can be printed on the spot at Print Center from University of Geneva for the amount of 30 CHF paid by the delegate (cash or credit card).
  • If you want to print you poster this way, please send your file (.pdf format) at the latest 14th of July to the following email address: poster19icl(at)unige(dot)ch
  • The programme for the Poster Session is provided on the following internet page: http://www.cil19.org/en/posters-sessions/posters/
  • The authors of posters are asked to be present the day of their presentation at 1pm in the main hall of Uni Mail in order to exhibit their poster.


A Latsis prize for best posters will be delivered at the closing ceremony. The three best posters will be rewarded with a prize consisting of 8 books published at MIT Press and an amount of 500 CHF distributed as it follows:

  • First prize: 250 CHF
  • Second prize: 150 CHF
  • Third prize: 100 CHF

Posters

The poster sessions will take place on monday 22th, tuesday 23th and thursday 25, 18h30-19h30.
> See the program

1th Best Poster Prize

Chakir ZEROUAL et al.
Contribution to the study of pharyngeal, epiglottal, and laryngeal consonants
> read abstract...

2nd Best Poster Prize

Katharina ZIPSER
Proto-Language, phrase structure and nominal compounds - which of them fit together?
> read abstract...

3rd Best Poster Prize

Rebeka CAMPOS-ASTORKIZA
Segmental and prosodic effects on voicing assimilation: a gestural blending account
> read abstract...