ICEL 2022 : The International Congress of Educational Sciences and Linguists (ICEL 2022) 29-30 November 2022, The Netherlands
Call For Papers
Acronym of the event: ICEL 2022
Name of the event: The International Congress of Educational Sciences and Linguists (ICEL 2022) 29-30 November 2022, The Netherlands
Web page: https://www.icssietcongress.com/icel-2022
Contact emails: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission page: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icel2022
The International Congress of Educational Sciences and Linguists (ICEL 2022)
29-30 November 2022, The Netherlands
It will be held ONLINE between 29-30 November 2022 with your support.
As it is known, the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic, which has been effective in the world for more than two years, still continue. For this reason, notifications will be submitted ONLINE due to the said COVID-19 outbreak. During the congress, all ONLINE presentations will be recorded and shared with the participants after the congress.
Participants can participate with oral and poster presentations.
Online presentations and poster presentations will be made in all sub-branches of Education and Linguistics at the Congress. At the end of the congress, the Congress Abstract Book with ISBN number and the Congress Proceeding Full Text Book with ISBN number will be published.
Our congress is held in accordance with the criteria of Associate Professorship and all academic promotions.
After the congress, participation certificates will be sent to the e-mail addresses of the participants.
We invite you to our Congress, which will be held between 29-30 November 2022.
You can send your papers to email@example.com
Fee: 40 USD
Prof. Dr. Sandeep Kumar Gupta AMET Business School, AMET University Chennai/India
Dr. Deepa S.R.-Excutive Director AMET Business School,AMET University Chennai/India
Dr. Rajasekar - Director AMET Business School/India
History of linguistics: Giorgio Graffi, University of Verona, Italy.
Sociolinguistics: Peter Auer, University of Freiburg, Germany.
Syntax: Liliane Haegeman, University of Ghent, Belgium.
Semantics: Angelika Kratzer, University of Massachussets, Amherst, USA.
Origin and evolution of language: W. Tecumseh Fitch, University of Vienna, Austria.
Pragmatics and cognition: Philippe Schlenker, Institut Nicod, Paris, France; University of New York, USA.
Neurolinguistics: Karen Emmorey, San Diego State University, USA.
Computational linguistics: Mark Johnson, Macquarie University, Australia.