ICE Workshop 2015 @




The ICE workshop, entitled "The Future of the International Corpus of English (ICE) project: New challenges, new developments", was organised as a pre-conference workshop of ICAME 36 in Trier, Germany. I am grateful to Ulrike Gut and Robert Fuchs for organising this workshop.

Workshop Programme

Tobias Bernaisch, Dilini Algama, & Joybrato Mukherjee (University of Gießen)
Speech and writing in South Asian Englishes: Corpus-based pilot studies on medium-related unity and diversity in Indian and Sri Lankan English

Alison Edwards (University of Cambridge)
Expanding ICE to the expanding circle: The corpus of Dutch English

Robert Fuchs & Ulrike Gut (University of Münster)
Exploring speaker fluency with phonologically annotated ICE corpora

Beke Hansen (University of Kiel)
Using the ICE metadata for studying changes in the New Englishes: Is must decreasing in Hong Kong English?

John M. Kirk (Technische Universität Dresden)
ICE-corpora: Whence and whither? Alignment and annotation

Hans Martin Lehmann (University of Zurich)
ICE Online

Lucía Loureiro-Porto (University of the Balearic Islands)
ICE (International Corpus of English) vs GloWbE (Corpus of Global Web- based English): A critical approach to big data

Simon Sauer (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) & John M. Kirk (Technische Universität Dresden)
New insights into existing ICE data with a new corpus architecture

Helene Steigertahl (Universität Bayreuth)
Challenges of compiling a corpus of spoken English in Namibia


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