Program & Abstracts
• Plenary Lectures
The Organizing Committee is pleased to announce that the following three Plenary Lectures will be given at CCPEA 2016.
  • Daihyun Chung (Ewha Womans University / Korea)
    "Indexical Realism by Inter-Agentic Reference"
  • Masaki Ichinose (University of Tokyo / Japan)
    "A Degree-Theoretic Approach to Causation by Absence"
  • Timothy Lane (Taipei Medical University / Taiwan)
    "The Trajectory of Self"
• Conference Program
• Conference Book of Abstracts
• Instructions for Speakers and Moderators

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SPEAKERS
  • The duration of talks at CCPEA 2016 is as follows :
    - Plenary Lecture : 60 minutes (40 minute presentation, 20 minute discussion)
    - Contributed Symposium with two talks : 45 minutes (30 minute presentation, 15 minute discussion)
    - Contributed Symposium with three talks : 30 minutes (20 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)
    - Contributed Paper : 30 minutes (20 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)
  • If you wish to give your talk with a power point presentation, please bring your file on a USB drive. All session rooms are equipped with computers and projectors for power point presentations.
  • For a power point presentation, you are advised to upload your file onto the session room computer during the break time prior to your session. The conference assistants will be present in all session rooms and help you with the uploading.
  • If you wish to use your own computer for the power point presentation, please bring a necessary device, for example an Apple MiniDisplay Port to VGA adapter for Mac users.
  • You are also welcome to give your talk with a handout if you wish to do so. Whiteboards are available in all session rooms. But please note that we will not be able to provide a copying service at the conference site, and accordingly that you need to prepare and bring copies of your handout for distribution. We are sorry for the inconvenience.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODERATORS
  • Since the conference schedule is tight, you are kindly advised to strictly enforce the timing for presentation and discussion.
  • Most sessions for contributed papers consist of three talks. But there are a few sessions that consist of two talks and thus have open slots. Even for these sessions, however, please strictly enforce the rule of 20 minute presentation and 10 minute discussion so that the audiences who change between sessions do not miss the talks they wish to hear.
  • For the same reason, please strictly enforce the rule of 20 minute presentation and 10 minute discussion even if an unnotified cancellation of a talk happens on site.
  • The conference assistants will be present in all session rooms and help you with moderation. If you encounter any problems during the session, please inform the assistant in the session room.