Abstract submission is now CLOSED. Thank you very much for your submission.
In case you have not received a confirmation email from us after sending your abstract, it means that we have not received your abstract. Please check the email address and send it to us again or contact us at icpp2018[at]ninjal.ac.jp (Please replace [at] with an atmark when you send an e-mail).
Notification of your abstract status will be sent to you by July 15, 2018.
Instructions for applying to financial support for students will be announced soon.
Call for Papers:
NINJAL ICPP 2018 features the following two main topics:
(a) sokuon, or geminate consonants
(b) accent, tone, and intonation
Your abstract must involve at least one of the two main topics. If it does, any presentation is welcome even if your presentation is not concerned with Japanese. Abstracts on the interface between lexical accent/tone and intonation will be particularly welcome.
Oral presentations will be by invitation only. We will not be accepting abstracts for oral presentations.
Rules for Abstract Submission
You can see the important dates of NINJAL ICPP 2018 from here.
The official language of the conference is English.
A single individual may submit only one abstract for which s/he is the sole or ﬁrst author.
Abstracts should be on A4 (or letter) size paper, typed on one side of the page only. Leave margins of 2.5cm (1 inch) on all four sides of the page. Type in 12-point font. Do not put your name or affiliation on your abstract. Abstracts must not exceed 1 page, inclusive of figures, tables, and references.
Please save your abstract both as a Word file [using the file name “ICPP2018_Your surname.docx” or “ICPP2018_Your surname.doc”] and as a pdf file [using the file name “ICPP2018_Your surname.pdf”]. To submit your abstract, please send an e-mail message with both files attached to icpp2018[at] ninjal.ac.jp (Please replace [at] with an atmark when you send an e-mail) by June 30, 2018. Please write “ICPP abstract” in the subject line of your e-mail message.
For graduate students who are the sole or first author of a presentation, the organizers anticipate being able to cover transportation expenses within Japan and lodging expenses, at least in part, but please understand that all public institutions in Japan are facing budget reductions.