Below is an overview of the program for the Seventh Swedish Language Technology Conference (SLTC 2018). There is also a detailed program of the conference. Here is the final compilation of the abstracts, as of 19 November 2018.

You can register for the workshop on Wednesday from 9.00 at level 7 in Aula Magna and for the conference on Thursday from 8.15 in the foyer of Juristernas Hus.

Wednesday, 7 November
 17.00–19.00 Reception in the Gallery, level 5 in Aula Magna, for participants in workshops and/or conference
Thursday, 8 November
  9.00–  9.10 Opening
  9.10–10.10 Keynote: Inguna Skadiņa (Tilde and University of Latvia). Machine Translation for less resourced languages: Challenge or opportunity?
10.10–10.40 Coffee break
10.40–12.00 Session 1: Paper presentations — Dependency parsing
12.00–13.00 Lunch at the venue (included in the registration fee)
13.00–14.00 Keynote: Gabriel Skantze (KTH). Conversational Human–Robot Interaction: Speech and Language Technology Challenges. — Slides (pdf)
14.00–14.30 Coffee break
14.30–16.00 Session 2: Poster presentations
16.00–17.00 Panel: Fake news and troll detection. Leon Derczynski (IT University of Copenhagen), Maria Liakata (University of Warwick), Staffan Truvé (Recorded Future),  Georgi Karadzhov (SiteGround Company and Sofia University). Moderator: Hillevi Hägglöf (Bonnier News).
18.00– Banquet at Stora Skuggans Värdshus (included in the registration fee)
Friday, 9 November
9.00–10.00 Panel: Clinical text mining – Challenges and future visions. Goran Nenadic (University of Manchester) (Slides PDF), Aurélie Névéol (LIMSI, France) (Slides PDF), Lilja Øvrelid (University of Oslo), (Slides PDF). Moderator: Hercules Dalianis (Stockholm University).
10.00–10.40 Coffee break
10.40–12.00 Session 3: Paper presentations — Resources and methodology
12.00–13.00 Lunch at the venue (included in the registration fee)
13.00–14.00 Keynote: Anders Søgaard (University of Copenhagen). The Uphill Battles of Doing NLP without Psychology and Theoretical Machine Learning. — Slides (pdf)
14.00–14.30 Coffee break
14.30–15.30 Session 4: Paper presentations — Multilinguality
15.30–15.45 Closing