Call for Papers
- Authors are invited to submit papers on original, unpublished research in the scientific areas listed here
- All manuscripts must be in English.
- The paper must be not more than four A4 pages in PDF file (an additional page is allowed for references).
- For congress paper format requirements, please refer to the template in Word file or template in LaTeX file.
Click here for Word file
Click here for LaTeX file
- One of the following IPA fonts is to be used for congress papers:
Unicode encoded fonts: Charis SIL: http://scripts.sil.org/CharisSIL
Doulos SIL: http://scripts.sil.org/DoulosSILfont
- An individual may be a presenting author of only one paper submitted for consideration.
Participants will be able to select a maximum of two Discussant Sessions for which their paper would be considered for inclusion.
- Papers will be reviewed by two or more reviewers.
- Deadline for paper submission: 1 February 2015. Please note that this deadline will not be extended
- Notification of acceptance: 1 April 2015
- Deadline for revised paper submission: 7 May 2015
Printed posters should be A0 in size (841mm wide by 1189mm high) and portrait in orientation.
At ICPhS 2015, the duration of oral papers for regular sessions must be no longer than 10 minutes long. The oral paper time slot is 15 minutes, which is divided as follows:
10 minute talk
3 minutes questions
2 minutes changing time
There is no difference in the length of the slots between a 3-paper and a 4-paper session.
Full oral presentation instructions can be opened by clicking here
According to a recent decision by the Permanent Council for the Organization of the International Congresses of Phonetic Sciences, the Proceedings of ICPhS 2015 will be posted on the IPA online public archive of ICPhS conference papers, under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0). This means that the work must be attributed to the author (BY clause), no one can use the work commercially (NC clause), and the work cannot be modified by anyone who re-uses it (ND clause).