Committee on Slavic Studies at Polish Academy of Sciences
and Institute of Specialised and Intercultural Communication
at University of Warsaw invite you to the international scientific conference
Slavic Terminology: Today and Tomorrow
25-26 May 2017, Warsaw, Poland
The 2017 conference is the third gathering (first in Poland) where participants can share their terminology science experiences in relation to Slavic languages. The objective is to review current work and discuss major research problems in terminology.
This time our focus is on the following themes:
- descriptions of terminological data bases and data update methods;
- terminological policies;
- terminological planning; and
- ethical problems in terminology research.
Presentation proposals (15 minutes) should be submitted by 28 February 2017 to: firstname.lastname@example.org. A proposal should include the name and surname of the participant, his/her affiliation and e-mail address as well as the title of the presentation and an abstract of approx. 700 characters, including spaces.
Declarations of passive participation in the conference (without a presentation) should be submitted to: email@example.com by 31 March 2017.
All Slavic languages are the working languages of the Conference.
Conference fee (to cover organisation costs and preliminary preparation of submitted conference papers for publication): EUR 55 // PLN 250.00. Participants who do not present a paper do not pay the conference fee.
We intend to publish the conference proceedings as a book.
The payment should be made to the following bank account: Millennium Bank S.A. 74 1160 2202 0000 0000 6084 9609; SWIFT: BIGBPLPW, IBAN: PL; details of payment: „terminologia słowiańska”; beneficiary: Uniwersytet Warszawski, ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, 00-927 Warszawa.
Organising Committee: Prof. Viktoriya Ivashchenko, Prof. Vyacheslav Shcherbin, Prof. Volodimir Dubichinskiy (Terminology Committee at International Committee of Slavists), Prof. Stanisław Gajda, Prof. Wojciech Chlebda, Prof. Piotr Fast (Polish Academy of Sciences), Prof. Ewa Wolnicz-Pawłowska, Prof. Dorota Urbanek (University of Warsaw).
Venue: Polish Academy of Sciences, Pałac Staszica, address: ul. Nowy Świat 72, Warszawa
Lodging is to be arranged by participants. A list of recommended hotels will be distributed soon.
More information about the Conference to appear shortly on www.mks2017.uw.edu.pl
You are very welcome to join the conference!
On behalf of the Organising Committee
dr hab. Anna Kozłowska
dr Marta Małachowicz
dr Mariusz Górnicz
dr Łukasz Karpiński