Rhythm, or ছন্দ, strings Linguistics, Speech and Music so inextricably that one would be really hard pressed not to take notice of it. It is not altogether a miraculous coincidence that our brain evolved rhythm cognition so centrally to its essential functioning that humans, as a species, seem to be biologically predisposed to rhythm; humans are particularly rhythmic animal.
And, although we are far from answering the inexplicably intricate questions to the origin of rhythm cognition and sensitivity in the species’ evolutionary history, it has been largely established, in no mean measure, that Rhythm is a multidisciplinary field of intrigue.
This three day International Conference-cum-Workshop on Rhythm in Speech & Music from Neuro-Cognitive Perspectives is FUNDED under RUSA 2.0 and organised by the School of Languages and Linguistics, Jadavpur University, in collaboration with the Sir C.V. Raman Centre for Physics and Music, Jadavpur University.
Call for Papers
The Broad Areas of the Conference :
- Speech Cognition
- Speech Signal Processing
- Music Signal Processing
- Natural Language Processing / Computational Linguistics
- Music & Medicine
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- Extended Abstracts of 750-1000 words (excluding references and data) in A4 PDF format(Word/LaTex/OverLeaf), and no less than 12 Pt. are to be uploaded by 31st October, 2019 using the EasyChair system.
- Abstracts should be completely anonymous for consideration.
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- Abstract submission deadline : 31 October 2019
- Notification of acceptance : 15th November 2019
- Submission of full paper : 15 December 2019
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