The Slovenian Language Technologies Society (SDJT), the Centre for Language Resources and Technologies at the University of Ljubljana (CJVT), the Institute of Contemporary History (INZ) and the research infrastructures CLARIN.SI and DARIAH-SI are organising the conference “Language Technologies and Digital Humanities” on 24th and 25th September 2020. The conference has more than a 20-year tradition, and in 2016, the thematic expansion to digital humanities was introduced.
Thematic areas of the conference
The conference aimes to bring together researchers from various backgrounds and methodological frameworks. The main topics will include but are not limited to: - Speech and other mono- and multilingual language technologies - Digital linguistics: translation studies, corpus linguistics, lexicology and lexicography, standardisation - Digital humanities and historical studies, ethnology, literary studies, musicology, cultural heritage, archaeology, and fine arts - Digital humanities in education and digital publishing
We welcome submissions that present guidelines, research, good practices, projects and results in these areas. The conference will also include invited lectures, a student section, and roundtables on topics related to the conference. The official languages of the conference will be Slovene and English. Authors of selected papers will be invited to extend their JTDH 2020 papers for a special English issue of the journal Slovenščina 2.0.. The journal is indexed in the Scopus database. Each of the selected papers will go through the journal’s regular review procedure and should be prepared according to the journal’s guidelines.
Instructions for authors
The authors are invited to submit either a full paper or an extended abstract describing work to be presented at the conference. The extended abstract will be published in the book of abstracts and the full papers in the conference proceedings, which will be published on the conference website under the Creative Commons license at the beginning of the conference. We leave it up to the authors whether to submit their contribution anonymized or not. The extended abstracts should be 2-4 pages long and the full papers 6–8 pages. The templates and submission details are available on the conference website: www.sdjt.si/jtdh-2020/en. The authors of the contributions should indicate if it is a student contribution by adding “student paper” to the list of keywords. All the co-authors of student papers should be students. These papers will be presented in a separate student session and will be eligible for the best student paper award.
Important dates - 01. 04. 2020 Deadline for submission of papers or extended abstracts - 01. 06. 2020 Deadline for reviews - 15. 06. 2020 Notification of acceptance - 01. 09. 2020 Submission of final papers or extended abstracts - 24.-25. 09. 2020 Conference
Registration and fees - Registration fee: regular participants 80 EUR, students, co-authors and participants without a paper free of charge - Registration deadline: 31 August 2020 - Registration details and registration form are available on the conference website: www.sdjt.si/jtdh-2020/en
Simon Dobrišek (SDJT, FE) Nataša Frank (INZ) Darja Fišer (CJVT) Jerneja Fridl (DARIAH-SI, ZRC SAZU) Jurij Hadalin (DARIAH-SI, INZ) Katja Meden (CLARIN) Mihael Ojsteršek (DARIAH-SI, INZ) Mojca Šorn (predsednik, DARIAH-SI, INZ)
Darja Fišer, Faculty of Arts, Ljubljana University (CJVT, predsednica) Simon Dobrišek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Ljubljana University (SDJT) Tomaž Erjavec, Jožef Stefan Institute (CLARIN.SI) Andrej Pančur, Inštitut za novejšo zgodovino (DARIAH-SI) Ajda Pretnar (Fakulteta za računalništvo in informatiko)
Špela Arhar Holdt, PhD, Trojina / Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana Assoc. Prof. Zoran Bosnić, Faculty of Computer Information Science, University of Ljubljana Asst. Prof. Narvika Bovcon, Faculty of Computer Information Science, University of Ljubljana Asst. Prof. Václav Cvrček, Institute of the Czech National Corpus, Charles University in Prague Assoc. Prof. Simon Dobrišek, Faculty of Electrical Enginnering, University of Ljubljana Asst. Prof. Helena Dobrovoljc, Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language, ZRC SAZU Asst. Prof. Darja Fišer, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana and Jožef Stefan Institute (SDJT, chair) Jerneja Fridl, PhD, ZRC SAZU Polona Gantar, PhD, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana Vojko Gorjanc, PhD, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana Jurij Hadalin, PhD, Institute of Contemporary History Asst. Prof. Mario Hibert, Faculty of Arts, University of Sarajevo Prof. Miran Hladnik, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana Prof. Ivo Ipšić, Faculty of Engineering, University of Rijeka Asst. Prof. Mateja Jemec Tomazin, Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language, ZRC SAZU Prof. Zdravko Kačič, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Maribor Mojca Kotar, PhD, University of Ljubljana Simon Krek, PhD, Jožef Stefan Institute / Centre for Language Resources and Technologies, University of Ljubljana Prof. Cvetana Krstev, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade Asst. Prof. Drago Kunej, Institute of Ethnomusicology, ZRC SAZU Asst. Prof. Nikola Ljubešić, Department of Information and Communication Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb Asst. Prof. Nataša Logar, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana Assoc. Prof. Matija Marolt, Faculty of Computer Information Science, University of Ljubljana Prof. France Mihelič, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana Asst. Prof. Maja Miličević, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade Prof. Dunja Mladenić, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Jožef Stefan Institute Asst. Prof. Matija Ogrin, PhD, Institute of Slovene Literature and Literary Sciences, ZRC SAZU Andrej Pančur, PhD, Institute of Contemporary History Assoc. Prof. Karmen Pižorn, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana Asst. Prof. Dan Podjed, Institute of Slovenian Ethnology, ZRC SAZU Senja Pollak, PhD, Jožef Stefan Institute Prof. Marko Robnik-Šikonja, Faculty of Computer Information Science, University of Ljubljana Tanja Samardžić, PhD, University of Zurich Miha Seručnik, PhD, Milko Kos Historical Institute, ZRC SAZU Prof. Marko Stabej, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana Mojca Šorn, PhD, Institute of Contemporary History Asst. Prof. Janez Štebe, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana Assoc. Prof. Aleš Vaupotič, Research Centre for Humanities, University of Nova Gorica Prof. Špela Vintar, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana Prof. Jerneja Žganec Gros, Alpineon Ltd., Slovenia