CLARIN Annual Conference 2023

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Photo: Groot Begijnhof, Leuven, Belgium
 

About the CLARIN Annual Conference

The CLARIN Annual Conference is the main annual event for those working on the construction and operation of CLARIN across Europe, as well as for representatives of the communities of use in the humanities and social sciences.


After the successful hybrid edition of 2022, we plan to repeat the same format in 2023. The CLARIN Conference 2023 will be a face-to-face event, which will also be fully accessible virtually. The conference will take place in the historic city of Leuven, Belgium, at the heritage campus of the Irish College. The event will be hosted and organised by CLARIN , in collaboration with KU Leuven,  CLARIN-BE and the Instituut voor Nederlandse Taal.


CLARIN2023 is organised for the wider humanities and social sciences communities in order to exchange ideas and experiences within the CLARIN infrastructure. This includes the design, construction and operation of the CLARIN infrastructure, the data, tools and services that it contains or for which there is a need, its actual use by researchers, its relation to other infrastructures and projects, and the CLARIN Knowledge Infrastructure.
 

We are looking forward to welcoming all authors of accepted papers, members of national consortia and representatives of CLARIN centres, representatives from partner organisations, and anybody else who is interested in becoming part of the CLARIN community.


This page will be frequently updated with the latest information. Updates will also be communicated via the news section on the CLARIN website, the CLARIN Newsflash and Twitter. 

    Registration

    The 2023 CLARIN Annual Conference will take place as a hybrid event, which means that two different types of registration are available: virtual and in-person. Please note that registration has not yet opened.

    Calls

    Call for Abstracts (closed)
    • Read the call for extended abstracts at¬†this link¬†
    Nominations Steven Krauwer Awards 2023 (closed)
    • Read the¬†call for nomination at this link
    PhD Student Session
    • Read more about the PhD Student session at¬†this link¬†
    • Deadlines:
      • Decision on the candidates within the national consortium: Mid July 2023
      • Submission deadline: 8 September 2023
    Using CLARIN in Training and Education 
    • Read the call here¬†
    • Submission deadline: 15 July 2023

    Programme

    To be confirmed.

    Keynotes

    Jörg Tiedemann is professor of language technology at the Department of Digital Humanities at the University of Helsinki. He received his PhD in computational linguistics for work on bitext alignment and machine translation from Uppsala University before moving to the University of Groningen for 5 years of post-doctoral research on question answering and information extraction. His main research interests are connected with massively multilingual data sets and data-driven natural language processing and he currently runs an ERC-funded project on representation learning and natural language understanding.

    Laurence Devillers is professor of computer science at the University Paris-Sorbonne IV/LIMSI CNRS.

    Research topics: human-human and human-machine interaction, emotion detection (audio and multimodal signals) human-robot Interaction, social interaction, social simulation, social signal.
     

    Proceedings

    To be confirmed.

    Presenter Guidelines

    Presenters of thematic sessions, Teaching with CLARIN session, PhD-students session and Bazaar are advised to take a look at the presenter guidelines. Here you will find information about sending your slides to the organisers, available equipment, and more.

    How to Get There

    Conference Venue
     
    Irish College Leuven
    Janseniusstraat 1
    Leuven, 3000 Belgium
    Email: reception@irishcollegeleuven.eu

    Code of Conduct

    CLARIN aims to create a respectful, safe and inclusive environment for all participants of the CLARIN Annual Conference. CLARIN thus adopts this code of conduct to ensure all participants, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, appearance, ethnicity, race, national origin, age, religion, or any other protected categories under applicable law, can interact in an open and welcoming environment. All participants are expected to behave with integrity and respect towards other participants attending the conference in-person or online.

    FAQ Hybrid Event

    At this link you can consult a list of frequently asked questions.
     

    More information about previous CLARIN Annual Conferences can be found here.
     
     
    Address

    Irish College Leuven
    Janseniusstraat 1
    3000 Leuven
    Belgium