The research sessions offer participants the opportunity to present and discuss their work and receive constructive feedback from the renowned experts presenting at the summer school. Participants attending the summer school are invited to submit their contributions to the research workshop. Contributions can be pre- or post-doctoral research either 'work in progress' or already finished projects.
As a novelty of this year's edition, the best presentation will receive the BSBM award!
This award is sponsored by the journal Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, Cambridge University Press.
Note that this activity is not mandatory for attendees of the Summer School.
Deadline for abstract submission: CLOSED
The maximum length of an abstract is 200 words. Please, specify the following information in your submission: title, author(s), affiliation(s), and contact email.
ORAL PRESENTATION: Oral presentations will last 10 minutes followed by 5-minute questions. As there are several presentations per day, we will be very strict with the time of presentation.
POSTER: Posters should be printed in vertical A0.