Affiliated meetings are symposia that run parallel to the CLMPS 2015 programme, and belong to the congress programme.
The details of the affiliated meetings will be updated on the CLMPS 2015 program.
Frederik Van De Putte, Ghent University
Giovanna Corsi, University of Bologna
Sara Negri, University of Helsinki
Sonja Smets, University of Amsterdam
Michael Moortgat, Utrecht University
Philip Scott, University of Ottawa
Boris Chendov, (independent scholar)
Peeter Müürsepp, Tallinn University of Technology
Arto Mutanen, Finnish National Defence University
Florian Steinberger, LMU
Marco Panza , CNRS
Andrew Arana, University of Illinois
Emily Grosholz, Penn State University
Dirk Schlimm, McGill University
Ilya Kasavin, Institute of Philosophy
Affiliated meetings are symposia that run parallel to the CLMPS 2015 programme, and belong to the congress programme. Affiliated meetings should last longer than the normal two-hour symposia sessions, but should not be longer than one day or two half-days. Affiliated meetings will be announced on the congress webpage and on the congress programme book, and the congress organizers will arrange appropriate facilities (rooms etc.).
Affiliated meetings must meet the following conditions:
Proposals for affiliated meetings should be send by using the CLMPS 2015 abstract submission form. Unlike other CLMPS 2015 submissions, affiliated meetings submissions are not blind-reviewed, and therefore the abstract text should include:
The maximum length of the affiliated meeting proposals is 4000 words. The submission deadline for the affiliated meetings is November 30, 2014.
If one participates in an affiliated meeting proposal, one cannot submit an individual contributed paper where one is the main author (it is possible to be a co-author of a contributed paper, but then the main author of this paper must submit the paper and be registered as a participant).