The S P L A P ! Workshop
on Semantics & Cognition

UPDATE:
This workshop happened! It was super fun! Thanks to everyone who came!

Lineup

Noah Goodman, Stanford

Title: Uncertainty about Language

Chelsea Miller, UC Santa Cruz

Title: Diagnosing Representations at Ellipsis Sites
(joint work with Matt Wagers)
Abstract: (click to reveal)

Adrian Brasoveanu, UC Santa Cruz

Title: The Semantics of Corrections
(joint work with Deniz Rudin, Karl DeVries, Karen Duek and Kelsey Kraus)
Abstract: (click to reveal)

Andy Kehler, UC San Diego

Title: Conversational Eliciture
(joint work with Jonathan Cohen and Hannah Rohde)
Abstract: (click to reveal)

Schedule

9:00am Light Breakfast Served

9:25am Opening Remarks

9:30am-11:00am Noah Goodman
60 minute talk
30 minute discussion

11:00am-11:15am Coffee Break

11:15am-12:45pm Chelsea Miller
60 minute talk
30 minute discussion

12:45pm-2:00pm Lunch

2:00pm-3:30pm Adrian Brasoveanu
60 minute talk
30 minute discussion

3:30pm-3:45pm Coffee Break

3:45pm-5:15pm Andy Kehler
60 minute talk
30 minute discussion

5:20pm Closing Remarks

Info

Direct all inquiries to:
Deniz Rudin
drudin@ucsc.edu

Date:
6 Feb 2016

Venue:
Cowell College
Humanities 1, Room 202
(corner of Hagar Drive and McLaughlin Drive)
Santa Cruz 95064
[map]

Mission:
The workshop will address questions such as: how can formal semantics be reconciled with or imported into broader theories of cognition? How can linguistic semantics be imported into all-purpose cognitive models? How can research on language processing and cognitive modeling inform theoretical work in semantics?

This workshop is funded by a 2015-2016 Tanya Honig Graduate Research Initiative Grant

Organizers:
Karen Duek
Margaret Kroll
Deniz Rudin