[open-linguistics] Fwd: Call for Posters: ELEXIS Workshop @ DH2019

John P. McCrae john at mccr.ae
Tue Mar 19 09:28:30 UTC 2019

Apologies for cross-posting


ELEXIS is co-organizing together with the EU Project Prêt-à-LLOD
<http://www.pret-a-llod.eu/> a workshop on *“**eLexicography between
Digital Humanities and Artificial Intelligence: **Complexities in Data,
Technologies, Communities”*co-located with the Digital Humanities
Conference 2019 <https://dh2019.adho.org/> (DH2019) in Utrecht on the 9th
of July 2019.

The proposed event will be the second iteration of a first highly successful
workshop <https://lexdhai.insight-centre.org/> that took place at EADH
Conference in Galway (December 2018).

Specific emphasis in this edition of the workshop will be on complexity in
regard of *data, technologies and community aspects of lexicography.*
We welcome submissions of abstracts of up to 500 words that will be
presented as posters at the workshop: Submissions should present
methodologies, experiments, use cases, descriptions of ongoing or planned
research projects and position papers on topics related to the topics of
interest (see event website https://lexdhai2019.acdh.oeaw.ac.at/).

Furthermore, we especially welcome papers describing interdisciplinary
research combining research in lexicography, linguistics, computer science
and digital humanities approaches and giving insights into complexity in
regard of data, technologies and community aspects of lexicography.
Please submit abstracts by April 30th 2019 in any language (including an
English translation for the title for reviewing purposes).
Submissions will be reviewed by at least 3 reviewers and will be made
available online prior to the workshop.
Papers should be submitted via EasyChair:
*Notifications* will be sent by end of May and *final versions of
abstracts* will
be required by end of June.

Information is also available on the elex.is website

Best wishes,

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