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I initially heard about this conference from my faculty lecturers and decided to give it a try. At the end of January, I received email confirmation that my paper had been accepted as a poster presentation. I applied to the HSE Academic Fund for financial support and received 20,000 roubles for travel expenses (flight to Berlin and train to Leipzig). I managed to spend much less than was allocated.
The conference took place at the University of Leipzig, and began with a lecture by Jürgen Erich Schmidt, a professor from the University of Marburg. The conference attracted a lot of participants (about 300 people), and four parallel sections were held at the same time, so I always had to choose. My poster presentation was on ‘Variation of Rhythmical Structure of Phonological Word in Standard Russian (Post-tonic vowels)’. During my poster presentation, I met many researchers, showed them my work and discussed it with them.
Another student of the HSE School of Linguistics, Vasilisa Zhigulskaya, gave a paper presentation on ‘A variation study of third person pronouns in prepositional constructions: a North Russian Dialect’. We were so anxious about her presentation that I even forgot to take any pictures!
In general, the conference was very intensive and left us only with positive impressions. I hope that I’ll have another chance to attend it in the future.
Anastasia Safonova, 3rd-year undergraduate student