CLARIN ERIC hosts the CLARIN Annual Conference 2019 and calls for extended abstracts. The CLARIN Annual Conference is organised 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.
Special topic: Humanities and Social Science research enabled by language resources and technology.
The conference especially invites 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:
- 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
See more examples of topics on the official conference page.
Submission of abstracts
Proposals for oral or poster presentations (optionally with demo) must be submitted as extended abstracts and will be reviewed by the Programme Committee.
Read more about the submission procedure and criteria here.