Stall at the Great Market Hall in Budapest
The CLARIN bazaar - Tuesday 19 September 2017, 15:00-16:00
The CLARIN bazaar is an informal space at the CLARIN Annual Conference where you can meet people from other centres and countries, find out about their work in progress, exchange ideas, and talk to people about future collaborations. Usually these interactions happen at the conference in the breaks and in the evenings, but often the time and the space available make this difficult, and it's hard to find out what others are doing, and to know who to talk to. CLARIN is experimenting with a new way to provide opportunities for discussion and sharing information, by allocating a specific slot in the programme. The bazaar will provide an informal setting for conversations with CLARIN people, and space to show your work to colleagues on their laptop computer, and distribute handouts and leaflets.
It is no longer possible to sign up for a 'stall' in the bazaar.
What's the difference between the bazaar and a conference presentation or poster?
Oral and poster presentations are intended to be for reporting on significant CLARIN-related work which has been completed, or in which substantial progress has been made. Bazaar places can be used for work in progress, sharing experiences, ideas and visions, planning, and for demonstrating smaller outputs of CLARIN work. A place in the CLARIN bazaar is not a formal presentation, and submissions are not formally peer-reviewed. If you are curious, take a look at who will take part in the Bazaar this year. Stalls are open only to participants whose registration for the conference has been accepted.