TAG+10: The 10th International Conference on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms


Yale University
Linsly-Chittenden Hall

10-12 June 2010

On-line registration is now available.   

TAG+10 will feature talks and posters on a range of aspects of Tree Adjoining Grammar and related systems, including syntactic and semantic theory, mathematical properties, and computational and algorithmic studies of parsing, interpretation and generation, corpus-based research and grammar development, and psycholinguistic modeling.  

A certain amount of financial support is available to cover the expenses of students who would like to attend TAG+10.  If you are interested in applying for support, contact the organizers with a description of your academic background and research interests.

The first day of the meeting will be devoted to a series of tutorial presentations, designed to introduce attendees to a range of TAG-related topics.  A reduced registration fee will be available for people interested in attending only the tutorial sessions.

Tutorial Speakers: Rajesh Bhatt (UMass Amherst)
TAG Syntax and Semantics
  Alexander Clark (Royal Holloway)
Grammar Induction 
  Marco Kuhlmann (Uppsala) 
TAG and Dependency Grammars
  William Schuler (Minnesota/Ohio State)
Incremental Parsing in Bounded Memory

Invited Talks: Chris Barker (NYU)
Cosubstitution, Derivational Locality and Quantifier Scope
  Edward Stabler (UCLA)
Incremental Parsing
Financial support provided by and  

Important Dates
Past TAG+ workshops:  

2008 (Tübingen), 2006 (Sydney), 2004 (Vancouver), 2002 (Venice), 2000 (Paris), 1998 (Philadelphia), 1994 (Paris), 1992 (Philadelphia), 1990 (Dagstuhl)