MACSIM is a regional workshop on issues related to meaning in natural language.
It consists of oral presentations and posters by graduate students from the participating departments in the Mid-Atlantic: NYU, CUNY, Rutgers, Penn, Delaware, Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Georgetown. Faculty from these departments participate in audience discussion. There is also one invited talk by a faculty member, and plenty of time to get to know people and their work.
MACSIM is an annual event, with alternating host departments, similar to ones in the Northeast (SNEWS) and California (CUSP).
For more detailed information about MACSIM, see the FAQs.
MACSIM 7 will be hosted by Georgetown on October 7th, 2017! Invited speaker: Satoshi Tomikoka (Delaware). Stay tuned for details.