Moisés Almela m.almela.sanchez at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 13:50:30 CET 2008


*7 – 9 May, 2009*

*University of Murcia**, Spain***


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*1. Registration*

Registration forms are already available at the conference website. Applicants will also find information about how to become a member of AELINCO (Spanish Association of Corpus Linguistics).

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*2. Plenary speakers*

- Michael Barlow

- Adam Kilgarriff

- Ramesh Krishnamurthy

- Guillermo Rojo

- Pascual Cantos

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*3. Publication of contributions*

Peter Lang has agreed to publish a selection of papers from the conference in a monograph on corpus linguistics to appear in 2009. Only papers written in English can be accepted for the volume. All papers in English or Spanish admitted to presentation at the Conference, but not to publication in Peter Lang's monograph, will appear in the Conference Proceedings to be published on CD-ROM by the University of Murcia. Indications provided in the style sheet must be followed.

*4. Proposals*

Paper proposals for oral presentations or poster sessions in English or Spanish are still welcome and can be submitted via the conference website until January 31st, 2009.

*5. Accommodation*

Special prices for conference participants are offered at the following recommended hotels. All of them are conveniently located in the city centre, within 10 min. walk from the conference.

- NH Rincón de Pepe (****) 5 min. walk to Campus.

- Arco de San Juan (****) 5 min.

- Hesperia Murcia (***) 5 min.

- La Huertanica (**) 2 min.

Information about how to book a room for a special price in these hotels is explained in the conference website.

A full listing of hotels in Murcia can be found at www.murciaturistica.es or www.booking.com. For further information, or any other inquiry concerning accommodation, please do not hesitate to contact the Organising Committee.

*6. Travel information*

There are regular buses (http://www2.alsa.es) and trains ( http://www.renfe.es) which arrive in Murcia from Madrid and Barcelona. The Madrid-Cartagena ALTARIA (high speed train) stops in Murcia city centre.

Alicante International Airport is very well linked to the main Spanish and European capital cities. There are also flights to Murcia Airport from Madrid, Barcelona, and several British airports (visit http://www.aena.es). There are regular buses connecting Murcia city centre with both Alicante and Murcia airport.

If you wish to take a taxi from the airport/train station/bus station to your hotel you can dial the RadioTaxi number: 968 248 800.

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