The Second Summer School on Argumentation: Computational and Linguistic Perspectives

September 8th - 12th 2016
Potsdam, Germany

Student Session Programme

The student program of SSA'16 consists of a poster session, where participants can present their work and discuss it with the lecturers and keynote speakers, and a mentoring session, where specific topics can be discussed. The best poster is also awarded a "best poster award".

Participants have to submit a thesis abstract before the school. In case of acceptance they have to present their work as a poster at the summer school.

Submission of abstracts

Participants need to submit a thesis abstract to the school before or on June 17, 2016 (Hawaiian time). The abstract should not exceed 2 pages in length and follow the formatting guidelines of COMMA'16. The abstract should give an overview on the topic of the thesis of the student and (if applicable) report on previous results. The student should also be the sole author of the abstract, but advisors can be mentioned in an acknowledgements section.

The abstract must be submitted to EasyChair until June 17, 2016.


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