SLTC 2018

Welcome!

The Seventh Swedish Language Technology Conference (SLTC) will take place in Stockholm 7–9 November 2018, with workshops on Wednesday 7 November and the main conference Thursday–Friday 8–9 November.

Important dates

  • Workshop proposal submission deadline: 1 June 2018
  • Workshop notification of acceptance: 5 June 2018
  • Abstract submission deadline: 1 September 2018
  • Notification of acceptance/rejection: 1 October 2018
  • Last day for early registration: 8 October 2018

Information about registration will be available in August.

Venue

The workshops and main conference will be held in Juristernas Hus at Stockholm University’s Frescati campus, easily accessible by subway (station Universitetet) or bus (line 50).

Street address: Frescativägen 16 (map with directions)

Invited speakers and panel participants

The following invited speakers will give plenary talks:

  • Professor Inguna Skadiņa (Tilde and University of Latvia)
  • Associate Professor Gabriel Skantze (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • Professor Anders Søgaard (University of Copenhagen)

In addition, there will be a panel on biomedical NLP with the following participants:

  • Professor Goran Nenadic (University of Manchester)
  • Dr. Aurélie Névéol (LIMSI)
  • Associate Professor Lilja Øvrelid (University of Oslo)

Sponsorship

SLTC provides an important point of contact between academia and industry, and there are several options for partners interested in sponsoring the conference. For more information, see Sponsorship.

Organization and Contact

SLTC 2018 is organized by the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences and the Department of Linguistics at Stockholm University. You can reach us at sltc2018org@dsv.su.se.

Chairs

  • Hercules Dalianis, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences
  • Mats Wirén, Department of Linguistics

Co-chairs

  • Rebecka Weegar, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences
  • Robert Östling, Department of Linguistics

Treasurer

  • Andrea Andrenucci, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences

Technical expert

  • Martin Duneld, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences

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