The poster session will take place on Friday afternoon at 14:15-16:00. On Thursday and Friday morning there will be 3-minute ‘lightning talks’ by the poster presenters. Below you can find the schedule for the lightning talks and the abstracts for the posters.

Thursday 7th 10:45-11:10

Muriel Assmann, Daniel Büring and Izabela Jordanoska Focus constraints on ellipsis — An unalternatives account
Till Poppels and Andrew Kehler Verb Phrase ellipsis is discourse reference: novel evidence from dialogue
A. Marlijn Meijer The pragmatics of embedded propositional proforms: embedding it, that and the NCA
Poschmann Claudia, Sascha Bargmann, Christopher Götze, Anke Holler, Manfred Sailer, Gert Webelhuth and T.E. Zimmermann Split-antecedent relative clauses and the symmetry of predicates
Mora Maldonado Strong plurals in Spanish interrogatives
Dorothy Ahn Definite marking in bare argument languages

Thursday 7th 16:30-17:15

Anton Benz, Lisa Raithel and Nicole Gotzner Embedded implicature: What can be left unsaid?
Frances Kane, Alexandre Cremers, Lyn Tieu, Lynda Kennedy, Yasutada Sudo, Raffaella Folli and Jacopo Romoli Testing theories of temporal inferences: Evidence from child language
Vincent Rouillard and Bernhard Schwarz Presuppositional implicatures: quantity or maximize presupposition?
Ava Creemers, Jérémy Zehr and Florian Schwarz Interpreting presuppositions in the scope of quantifiers: every vs. at least one
Corien Bary, Daniel Altshuler, Kristen Syrett and Peter de Swart
Factors licensing embedded present tense in speech reports
Maria Del Mar Bassa Vanrell Variation in the logic of durativity of ‘until’-like particles: A contrastive analysis of English and Spanish
Stefan Hinterwimmer and Cornelia Ebert A comparison of the modal particles fei and aber
Sunwoo Jeong QUD effects on Epistemic Containment Principle: An experimental study
Virginia Dawson A new type of epistemic indefinite
Despina Oikonomou Imperatives: How minimal are they?

Friday 8th 10:45-11:10

Elsi Kaiser, Justin Nichols and Catherine Wang Choosing who to agree with: A psycholinguistic investigation of agreement mismatches
Nattanun Chanchaochai On acquiring a complex personal reference system: Experimental results from Thai children with autism
Melania S. Masià Extreme nouns and maximizers
Linmin Zhang The semantics of sufficiency and excess
Gabriel Martinez Vera On competing degree morphemes in derived verbs of change in Southern Aymara
Frank Sode Modal subjects of preference comparatives as an exception to Percus’ Generalization X
Andrea Beltrama Subjective assertions are weak: an experimental study on perspective-dependent meaning.

poster requirements

The size of the poster boards is 93 cm wide by 122 cm high. That is large enough for an A0-size poster in portrait orientation, or an A1-size poster in landscape orientation. If it is crucial for you to have an A0 poster in landscape orientation, please let us know in advance and we will arrange for that.

poster printing

We suggest you to print your poster at home and bring it with you to the conference. If you don’t have the chance to do so, here are some recommendations for copy shops to have your poster printed (links to websites included):

Close to ZAS:
Markgrafenstr. 64
10969 Berlin
030 – 226 580 10

Close to Zoologischer Garten:
Ansbacherstr. 8
10787 Berlin
030 – 841 811 10

Berlin Mitte:
Copy Clara
Tucholskystr. 11
10117 Berlin
030 – 28 28 557

Kuss Kopierservice
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 129
14482 Potsdam Babelsberg
0331 – 71 02 05