Poster Information: Here are the maximum dimensions for the posters:

width: 120 cm

height: 85 cm

This is a relatively final schedule.

Thursday, November 1st
8:00PM Aufwärmung (Warming up) – at Empty Your Beer (비어비워)
street address: 10, Yonsei-ro 7an-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul (서울 서대문구 연세로7안길 10)
land lot address: 33-25, Changcheon-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul (서대문구 창천동 33-25)
The street address is the one officially used by the government, but most people, including taxi drivers, are more familiar with the land lot address system.
The bar is on the 3rd floor. Here are links for Google Map, Naver Map, and Daum Map.
Several snacks (Korean ‘anjoo’ (안주) [anʥʉ̠]) will be provided. Drinks are on your own.

Friday, November 2nd – J302
9:30 Registration and Breakfast (coffee and snacks)
10:00 Chair: Michael Barrie
Invited Talk 1: Word order and agreement in nominals: case studies from Xitsonga and Kiribati
Seunghun Lee, International Christian University
11:00 Chair: Soo-Hwan Lee
A Look at ‘Reduced NPs’ in Discourse
Doo-Shick Kim, Gyeongsang National University
11:30 Collostructional analysis of English noun phrases in a specialized corpus
Yu Yang, Dalian Maritime University
Se-Eun Jhang, Korea Maritime and Ocean University
12:00 Lunch (on your own)
1:30 Chair: Jeffrey Punske
Nominals with Factive vs. Non-factive Complements
Chungmin Lee, Seoul National University
2:00 Pseudo-noun incorporation in Korean
Imke Driemel, University of Leipzig
Hyunjung Lee, University of Leipzig
2:30 Notes on Non-parallel Behaviors between Nominals and Clauses in Korean
Sungeun Cho, Yeungnam University
3:00 Coffee
3:15 Chair: Moonhyun Sung
Building Etymologically Hybrid Words in Korean
Jaehoon Choi, Daegu University
3:45 On the Prerequisites for Argument Ellipsis: A Reply to Sato (2017)
YongSuk Yoo, Korea Naval Academy
Myungkwan Park, Dongguk University
4:15 Structural variation in nominal person: theoretical implications of a typological survey
Georg Höhn, University Göttingen
4:45 Coffee
5:00 Chair: Michael Barrie
Invited Talk 2: Category Mismatch under Ellipsis: Implications for the Morphosyntax and Directionality of Conversion
Yosuke Sato, Seisen University, Tokyo
Saturday, November 3rd – J118
9:00 Breakfast (coffee and snacks)
9:30 Chair: Sanghoun Song
KACL Guest talk: Type-Noun Constructions in English: A Corpus-based Perspective
Jong-Bok Kim, Kyung Hee University
10:30 Chair: Mungkwan Park
Spatial case and latent PLACE. On case, concord, and pseudo-partitives in the Estonian noun phrase
Marcel den Dikken, RIL HAS and ELTE
Éva Dékány, RIL HAS
11:00 Coffee
11:15 Chair: Seunghun Lee
Invited Talk 3: On the nature of reduced NP comparatives in Korean
Duk-Ho An, Konkuk University
12:15 Lunch (on your own)
1:30 Chair: Hyunjung Lee
An Apparent Case of Double Definiteness in a Tibeto-Burman Language
Tanmoy Bhattacharya, University of Delhi
Tor Åfarli, NTNU
2:00  QUITE in Contact: DP left peripheries from English to Acadian French
Gabriela Alboiu, York University
Ruth King, York University
2:30 Varieties of (low) structural objects, licensing and the structure of nominals – Click here for handout.
Monica Alexandrina Irimia, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
3:00 Coffee and Poster Session
The Typology of Plurals: A Study on English, Swahili, and Korean
Soo-Hwan Lee, Sogang University
The UNO strategy in Spanish NP-Ellipsis Revisited
Virgilio Partida-Peñalva, University of Toronto
Dissimilation at the interface: nominalization as the key to a longstanding puzzle
Jeffrey Punske, Southern Illinois University
Constituency of classifier constructions in Korean and Japanese
YongSuk Yoo, Korea Naval Academy
Myungkwan Park, Dongguk University
L2 acquisition of Korean wh-phrase by L1 Chinese speakers
Sun Hee Park, Ewha Womans University
Jin Jeong, Ewha Womans University
Hyunwoo Kim, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
L2 nominative case marking in ‘-ko sipta’ construction by L1 Japanese speakers
Keeyoung Ko, Ewha Womans University
Sun Hee Park, Ewha Womans University
Hyunwoo Kim, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
Aspects of ki nominalization in Korean
Michael Barrie, Sogang University
Heeryun Jung, Sogang University
NCC-Extraction from NPs in German
Andreas Blümel, University of Göttingen
5:00 Chair: Dongwoo Park
Invited Talk 4: Case-Stacking in Amis
Tingchun Chen, National University of Singapore
7:00 Banquet – K Turtle Convention Center (케이 터틀 – 구: 거구장)
Sunday, November 4th
9:45 Breakfast (coffee and snacks)
10:15 Chair: Sihun Jung
Evidential markers in Labrador Inuttitut: Licensing inflected nominal incorporation
Katherine Ilia Nicoll, University of Toronto
10:45 Extended projection and defective goals in the syntax of noun incorporation
Marcel den Dikken, RIL HAS and ELTE
Éva Dékány, RIL HAS
11:15 Plural Marking in a Classifier Language
Kaustubh Ghoshal, University of Delhi
11:45 Lunch (on your own)
1:15 Chair: YongSuk Yoo
Phonological cycles, not phases: an argument from Afar nouns
Jelena Stojković, University of Leipzig
1:45 Chair: YongSuk Yoo
Invited Talk 5: Prosodic Noun Incorporation
Lauren Eby Clemens, University at Albany