Submissions can be on completed work, previously published work, work in progress (preliminary or no results), interesting ideas, position papers or negative results. The primary purpose is to get feedback and introduce work to the local student community. All reasonable submissions will be accepted, however there will be no published proceedings. Submissions can only be made by students and postdocs and they must present the work, although there is no restriction on co-authors.
Abstracts should be no more than one page, not including references. Abstracts should conform to ACL style guidelines. LaTeX and Word style files, along with a style guide, are available at the 2013 ACL call for papers page. Abstract reviewing will not be blind. Please include all names and affiliations in the abstract. Submit your abstract online via the 2013 MASC-SLL easychair site. Suggestions for breakout sessions can also be submitted.