Note: all times are in CET.

Thursday December 16, 2021
10.50 11.00 Welcome and opening words
11.00 12.00 Invited talk: Tobias Scheer (Université Côte d’Azur) PF isn’t any more dirty than syntax (abstract) (slides)
12.00 12.35 Kenyon Branan (ZAS) Selective specifiers and the location of PF information (abstract) (handout)
12.35 13.10 Gísli Rúnar Harðarson (University of Iceland) Deriving syntax-phonology mismatches through cyclic spell-out (abstract) (handout)
13.10 14.00 Lunch break
14.00 15.00 Invited talk: Andrew Nevins (University College London) Agreement Mismatches in Fragments and Distributed Ellipsis (abstract) (slides)
15.00 15.35 Nicolas Rolle (Leibniz-ZAS, Berlin) Dominant grammatical tone at the syntax/phonology interface (abstract) (handout)
15.35 15.50 Break
15.50 16.25 Maksymilian Dąbkowski (University of California, Berkeley) and Hannah Sande (University of California, Berkeley) Phonology-syntax interleaving in Guébie focus fronting (abstract) (handout)
16.25 17.00 Heather Newell (Université du Québec à Montréal) and Craig Sailor 9University of Edinburgh) Inclusiveness in the phonology and the source of the Prosodic Hierarchy (abstract) (slides)
Friday December 17, 2021
11.00 11.35 Colin Davis (University of Konstanz) On English Possessive Pronouns and the Syntax-Morphology Relationship (abstract) (handout)
11.35 12.10 Jaehoon Choi (Daegu University) Two types of node-sprouting in Distributed Morphology: Evidence from Korean (abstract) (slides)
12.10 12.45 Güliz Günes (University of Tübingen) Lowering from complex heads comes in two types and prosody knows this (abstract) (slides)
12.45 13.20 Nicola Lampitelli (LLL / Université de Tours and CNRS) Allomorph selection in Piedmontese verbs: between syntax and phonology (abstract) (slides)
13.20 14.00 Lunch break
14.00 14.35 Tommy Tsz-Ming Lee (University of Southern California), Ka-Fai Yip (Yale University), and Sheila Shu-Laam Chan (Tufts University) Partial deletion at word-level: discontinuous predicates in Cantonese (abstract) (slides)
14.35 15.10 Craig Sailor (University of Edinburgh) Ellipsis and the phonological specification of roots (abstract) (handout)
15.10 15.45 Natalie Weber (Yale University) Late vocabulary insertion: Evidence from prosodically-conditioned root allomorphy in Blackfoot (abstract) (slides)
15.45 16.00 Break
16.00 17.00 Invited talk: Vera Gribanova (Stanford University) On the typology of verb-stranding ellipsis: focus, identity, and movement (abstract) (handout)