Paper submission

All submissions should follow the following instructions.

General information

The DiSS-LPSS Program Committee invites authors to submit papers which report on original research in areas relevant to workshop topics. Papers should be written clearly and concisely, and should be transparently accessible to researchers from the widely varied fields represented at the workshop (e.g., linguistics, psychology, computer science).

Papers will be considered for the following types of presentations: oral or poster. When submitting your paper, please indicate whether you wish your paper to be considered for an oral presentation, a poster presentation, or either (i.e., no preference). Please note, though, that the final decision of whether to accept a paper for oral or poster presentation will be made by the program committee.

Papers must be submitted by e-mail (see instructions below) by May 31st, 2010. Papers will then be peer-reviewed and authors will be notified of their acceptance status by July 15, 2010.

Paper templates

All submissions must follow the style guide (adapted slightly from the INTERSPEECH 2010 style guide). Authors should download the DiSS-LPSS 2010 author kit and use their preferred template (Word, OpenOffice, or Latex) to create their papers.

Number of pages

Papers for oral presentations must be 4 pages in length. Papers for poster presentations may be either 4 or 2 pages in length. Two-page papers will automatically be considered only for poster presentations.

Paper format

As noted in the author kit, all submissions must be in PDF format.


Papers should be sent as file attachments to the following address by Monday, May 31st, 2010 Thursday, June 10th, 2010.

Please copy and paste the following template into the body of the message and fill in the designated information.


Main author (for contact purposes):

Main author's e-mail address:

Other authors:

Preferred presentation type: Oral, Poster, or No Preference