ICPhS PC News

30 Sep 2012

Following discussion, the PC voted on the copyright provision and distribution license of
ICPhS Proceedings from 2012 onwards.

The PC approved the following resolution:

  1. Copyright will remain with the author(s) at all times.
  2. Papers distributed in conference proceedings (whether print or digital) and posted on the
    IPA's public ICPhS Archive will be licensed by their authors under a Creative Commons
    Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 or 4.0 Unported License (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 or 4.0).

The vote was 17 in favor of the resolution, 0 against, and 8 abstentions.

The CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 or 4.0 license allows non-commercial reproduction and distribution by
others of the papers, as long as attribution is made to the author(s). It disallows commercial
reproduction and derivative works (e.g. translate the work without permission); permission for
such disallowed uses must be sought separately from individual authors.

31 May 2012

The IPA granted ICPhS2015 a non-refundable fund of 9,000€ on condition that eligible IPA
members receive a discount on the ICPhS registration fee of 30 GBP for regular members
and 20 GBP for student members.

ICPhS2015 will acknowledge the donation from the IPA as follows:

(a) name the IPA among the sponsors, including on the conference website,

(b) provide a stand at the Congress for the IPA to attract new members,

(c) place an advertisement for the IPA in the Book of Abstracts,

(d) no later than October 2014, include an announcement on the conference website
informing prospective Congress participants that they can receive a discount on the
ICPhS2015 registration fee (as well as full IPA membership rights for 2015) if they become
members of the Association by February 1, 2015. The announcement will also provide
information (to be provided by the IPA Secretary) about the membership fee and membership
rights for 2015.

ICPhS2015 appreciates that the IPA intends to support student participation at ICPhS2015 by
making available some Gösta Bruce Student Scholarships.
ICPhS2015 will include in its process for accepting papers an agreement whereby authors
grant the IPA the right to post their papers in a public online archive, and will give the IPA
access to all the papers in electronic form.

31 Jan 2012

Professor Wolfgang Hess, who constructed and maintains ISCA's online archive of conference and other proceedings papers, volunteered to provide the same service for the IPA with past and future papers from ICPhS. The PC for the organization of ICPhS and the IPA approved this project.

31 Aug 2011

The Permanent Council for the Organisation of ICPhS received three proposals from
Paris, Scotland and Stockholm for the organisation of the 18th ICPhS. The members of the
Permanent Council voted in favour of the proposal by the Scottish consortium. The 18th
ICPhS will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, in 2015 organised by scholars from the Universities
of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Queen Margaret and Strathclyde.

21 Aug 2011

The 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences was held in Hong Kong, China from
17 August to 21 August 2011. It was jointly organized by the City University of Hong Kong,
the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, and the Academia Sinica, Taipei. In total,
579 papers were presented covering a wide variety of topics in phonetic sciences. These
included seven plenary sessions, eight special sessions where thirty papers were presented,
and 542 papers in regular sessions consisting of 311 oral presentations and 231 poster
presentations. In total, 682 delegates attended the Congress. Contributions came from 43
countries. 175 reviewers took part in the double-blind review of the congress papers. Two
satellite meetings were also held.

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