In cooperation with
AILA Scientific Commission on Language for Special Purposes
|The 13th European Symposium on Language for Special Purposes
20th - 24th August, 2001
|Organizing & Scientific Committee:
Merja Koskela, Ph.D., Prof.
Christer Laurén, Ph.D., Prof.; President
Marianne Nordman, Ph.D., Prof.;
Nina Pilke, Ph.D.
|Co-opted members of the Scientific Committee:
Siv Björklund, Ph.D., Prof. (Acting)
Stefania Cavagnoli, Ph.D.
Rune Ingo, Ph.D., Prof.
Felix Mayer, Ph.D.
Henrik Nikula, Ph.D., Prof.
Anita Nuopponen, Ph.D.
Gerald Porter, Ph.D.
Françoise Salager-Meyer, Ph.D., Prof.
to function as a PORTA SCIENTIAE
by bringing together international experts on special language research
by furthering international cooperation
by developing new approaches to modern communication
by giving an opportunity for young researchers to test their thinking and to participate actively in communicating within their field
Participants may choose the language of presentation (including Latin) themselves but are urged to prepare good handouts in order to facilitate listening and discussion.
No interpreting will be given.
Information on conference arrangements will mostly be given in English.
|Sections of the Conference:
Studies of special language relating to
Language of law
Culture and LSP
Language of defence
The conference will include
Authors presenting papers are encouraged to use well-prepared visual displays and to activate the audience and stimulate discussion.
- keynote addresses; 60-minute sessions including 15 minutes for discussion;
- paper presentations; 30-minute sessions including 10 minutes for discussion;
- interactive poster sessions; time will be set aside for these;
- colloquia proposed and organized by participants; 120-minute sessions. The colloquia will work as discussion groups with a restricted number of very short introductions.
There will be four full working days from Monday to Friday; Wednesday will, as usual in this series, be a day reserved for social contacts between the participants during excursions and meetings. Everyday discussions over lunch with keynote speakers.
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