Call for papers
Papers, posters and software demonstrations are invited on all topics of lexicography, including, but not limited to, the following fields, which are the main focus of the congress:
• Lexicography and national Identity
• Indigenous Languages and Lexicography
• Corpus-driven Lexicography
• Lexicography in Language Technology
• Multilingual Lexicography
• Lexicography and semantic Theory
• Terminology, LSP and Lexicography
• Reports on Lexicographical and Lexicological Projects
• Other topics
Papers, posters and demonstrations relevant to the congress, but which do not fit into any of the categories above, will be reviewed nonetheless and considered for presentation.
Types of submissions
Submissions may be one of the following types: Full papers, short papers & project notes, software demonstrations, posters, student papers.
All submissions will be evaluated anonymously by at least two reviewers. The Organizing Committee will be aided in this task by a panel of external referees. The program will be selected by the program committee.
There are two types of papers:
- Full papers should be timed for 30 minutes
- Short papers and project notes will be allowed 20 minutes
All contributed papers will be followed by a 10-minute discussion period.
We are particularly interested in well-prepared software demonstrations, presentations of electronic dictionaries, corpora, tools, etc. These demonstrations will be allowed a 30-minute time slot at the congress (they may be presented more than once).
Submissions proposing software demonstrations should include a description of the functions, underlying approach implementation of the software, possibly an indication of a URL, and hardware/software requirements. Technical facilities will be available, however, we would request everyone submitting proposals to indicate well in advance exactly what technical facilities they need.
A poster session is planned. Appropriate facilities will be provided at the congress venue.
A special session for short presentations by students (15-minute slots) is planned.
More information is to be found at http://www.hf.uio.no/euralex