CLARIN Annual Conference 2019: Second Call for Abstracts

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Second Call for Abstracts

CLARIN Annual Conference 2019

Dates: 30 September – 2 October 2019

Location: Leipzig, Germany

Website: https://www.clarin.eu/event/2019/clarin-annual-conference-2019-leipzig-germany

Submission Deadline: 15 April 2019

Submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=clarin2019

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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
CLARIN ERIC is happy to announce the CLARIN Annual Conference 2019 and calls for the submission of extended abstracts. CLARIN is a research infrastructure that makes digital language resources available to scholars, researchers, students and citizen-scientists from all disciplines, coordinates work on collecting language resources and tools, and offers advanced tools to discover, explore, exploit, annotate, analyse or combine such datasets, wherever they are located.
CONFERENCE AIMS
The CLARIN Annual Conference is organized for the wider Humanities and Social Sciences community in order to exchange experiences with and plans for the CLARIN infrastructure. This includes the design, construction and operation of the CLARIN infrastructure, the data, tools and services that it contains or should contain, its actual use by researchers, its relation to other infrastructures and projects, and the CLARIN Knowledge Sharing Infrastructure.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
We are proud to have the following keynote speakers at CLARIN 2019:

  • Professor Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen, Norway
  • Professor Elke Teich, University of the Saarland, Saarbrücken, Germany

CONFERENCE TOPICS
Special topic: Humanities and Social Science research enabled by language resources and technology
We especially invite papers for a thematic session that reports on research carried out in the Humanities or the Social Sciences that crucially made use of language resources, technology or services from the CLARIN infrastructure. Perspectives addressed by these papers include, but are not limited to use cases, data life cycles, service life cycles, and demonstrations, for instance the following:

  • a use case of language documentation enabled by CLARIN resources, tools and services
  • illustrations of data life cycles and of service life cycles for different types of CLARIN resources and tools
  • workflows for CLARIN resources and/or tools that support data-driven research in different SSH disciplines
  • a demonstration of an application in CLARIN that played a crucial role in addressing a specific research question in the Humanities and Social Science

Other topics: 
Use of the CLARIN infrastructure, e.g.

  • Use of the CLARIN infrastructure in Humanities and Social Sciences research;
  • Usability studies and evaluations of CLARIN services;
  • Analysis of the CLARIN infrastructure usage, identification of user audience and impact studies;
  • Showcases, demonstrations and research projects in Humanities and Social Sciences that are relevant to CLARIN;

Design and construction of the CLARIN infrastructure, e.g.

  • Recent tools and resources added to the CLARIN infrastructure
  • Metadata and concept registries, cataloguing and browsing
  • Persistent identifiers and citation mechanisms
  • Access, including single sign-on authentication and authorisation
  • Search, including Federated Content Search
  • Web applications, web services, workflows
  • Standards and solutions for interoperability of language resources, tools and services
  • Models for the sustainability of the infrastructure, including issues in curation, migration, financing and cooperation
  • Legal and ethical issues in operating the infrastructure

CLARIN Knowledge Infrastructure and Dissemination, e.g.

  • User assistance (help desks, user manuals, FAQs)
  • CLARIN portals and outreach to users
  • Videos, screencasts, recorded lectures
  • Researcher training activities
  • Knowledge infrastructure centres

CLARIN in relation with other infrastructures and projects, e.g.

  • Relations with other SSH research infrastructures such as DARIAH, CESSDA, etc.
  • Relations with meta-infrastructure projects such as EUDAT, RDA and Digital Humanities
  • Relations with national and regional initiatives

FORMAT OF THE PROGRAMME SESSIONS
The programme of both the general sessions and the thematic session may include oral presentations, posters, and demos. The type of session for which a paper will be selected will not be dependent on the quality of the paper but only on the appropriateness of the type of communication (more or less interactive) in view of the content of the paper. The authors of accepted submissions will be provided an additional opportunity to a demo their work.

SUBMISSIONS
Proposals for oral or poster presentations (optionally with demo) must be submitted as extended abstracts (length: 3-4 pages A4 including references) in PDF format, in accordance with the template (ZIP-archive, online Overleaf template). Authors can freely choose between anonymous and non-anonymous submission.  
Extended abstracts should address one or more topics that are relevant to the CLARIN activities, resources, tools or services, and this relevance should be explicitly articulated in the submission, as well as in the presentation at the conference. Contributions addressing desiderata for the CLARIN infrastructure that are currently not in place are also eligible. It is not required that the authors are or have been directly involved in national or cross-national CLARIN projects.
Extended abstracts must be submitted through the EasyChair submission system and will be reviewed by the Programme Committee. 
All proposals will be reviewed on the basis of both individual criteria and global criteria.
Individual acceptance criteria are the following:

  • Appropriateness: the contribution must pertain to the CLARIN infrastructure or be relevant for it (e.g., its use, design, construction, operation, exploitation, illustration of possible applications, etc.), and this relevance should be explicitly articulated in the submission. In addition, submissions to the special thematic session will be selected on the basis of their appropriateness to the special topic.
  • Soundness and correctness: the content must be technically and factually correct and methods must be scientifically sound, according to best practice, and preferably evaluated.
  • Meaningful comparison: the abstract must indicate that the author is aware of alternative approaches, if any, and highlight relevant differences.
  • Substance: concrete work and experiences will be preferred over ideas and plans.
  • Impact: contributions with a higher impact on the research community and society at large will be preferred over papers with lower impact.
  • Clarity: the abstract should be clearly written and well structured.
  • Timeliness and novelty: the work must convey relevant new knowledge to the audience at this event.

USEFUL LINKS

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

  • Lars Borin, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
  • António Branco, University of Lisbon, Portugal
  • Griet Depoorter, Dutch Language Institute, The Netherlands/Flanders
  • Koenraad De Smedt, University of Bergen, Norway
  • Roald Eiselen, South African Centre for Digital Language Resources, South Africa
  • Tomaž Erjavec, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
  • Eva Hajičová, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic
  • Erhard Hinrichs, University of Tübingen, Germany
  • Nicolas Larrousse, Huma-Num, France
  • Krister Lindén, University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Monica Monachini, Institute of Computational Linguistics «A. Zampolli», Italy
  • Karlheinz Mörth, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
  • Costanza Navaretta, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Jan Odijk, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
  • Maciej Piasecki, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland
  • Stelios Piperidis, ILSP, Athena Research Center, Greece
  • Eirikur Rögnvaldsson, University of Iceland, Iceland
  • Kiril Simov, IICT, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria (Chair)
  • Inguna Skadiņa, University of Latvia, Latvia 
  • Marko Tadič, University of Zagreb, Croatia
  • Jurgita Vaičenonienė, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
  • Tamás Váradi, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Kadri Vider, University of Tartu, Estonia
  • Martin Wynne, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

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Maria Eskevich, PhD

CLARIN ERIC Central Office Coordinator
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