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Tentative Program


KEYNOTE TALK: Linda Smith (Indiana University, USA)
Piaget was right: Thinking and learning close to the sensory surface.

John Lipinski and Yulia Sandamirskaya (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)
Then and there in here and now.

Matthias Weisgerber (Konstanz University, Germany) and Mila Vulchanova (NTNU, Norway)
Concept and context in linguistic motion encoding: relevant bits of information, and more formal insights.

Carsten Keßler (University of Munster, Germany) and Martin Raubal (University of California at Santa Barbara, USA)
Towards a comprehensive understanding of context in conceptual spaces.

Ronan O’Ceallaigh and Kenny Coventry (Northumbria University, UK)
Spatial language as a dynamic system.

Ivan Vankov, Georgi Petkov and Boicho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria)
The interplay between schematic functional knowledge and geometry in a model of spatial relations.

Joana Hois, Oliver Kutz and John Bateman (University of Bremen)
Similarity-connections between natural language and spatial situations.

Thora Tenbrink (University of Bremen, Germany), Christoph Hölscher and Jan Wiener (University of Freiburg)
Route instructions at choice points.

Liliana Martinez, Mila Dimitrova-Vulchanova and Rik Eshuis (NTNU, Norway).
Statis versus dynamics as context in a free naming task:1-point or 2-point perspective?

Laura Carlson (Notre Dame University, USA)
How prior experience constrains current spatial descriptions.


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