GWC 2019

The 10th Global WordNet Conference

23 – 27 July, 2019

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

Welcome to the 10th Global WordNet Conference – GWC 2019!

Registration is open!


GWC 2019 The 10th Global WordNet Conference 23 – 27 July, 2019 Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland   Caption: New/Enhanced Resources Ontology Linking to Wiki
    Applications Annotations Events
    Embeddings Wordnet(s) Lexical Semantics
         
 
  7/23/2019 (Tuesday) 7/24/2019 (Wednesday) 7/25/2019 (Thursday) 7/26/2019 (Friday) 7/27/2019 (Saturday)
  New/Enhanced Resources   Applications   Wordnet(s)
9:00 Opening  

Invited speaker Simon Krek

Lexicography meets Linguistic Linked (Open) Data  

Szymon Rutkowski, Piotr Rychlik and Agnieszka Mykowiecka

Estimating senses with sets of lexically related words for Polish word sense disambiguation  

Thierry Declerck, Melanie Siegel and Dagmar Gromann

OntoLex as a possible Bridge between WordNets and full lexical Descriptions  

Tomasz Naskręt

A collaborative system for building and maintaining wordnets.
 

9:30

Joanna Ut-Seong Sio and Luis Morgado Da Costa Building the Cantonese Wordnet Loïc Vial, Benjamin Lecouteux and Didier Schwab Sense Vocabulary Compression through the Semantic Knowledge of WordNet for Neural Word Sense Disambiguation Eric Kafe Fitting Semantic Relations to Word Embeddings Diptesh Kanojia, Kevin Patel, Malhar Kulkarni, Pushpak Bhattacharyya and Gholemreza Haffari Utilizing Wordnets for Cognate Detection among Indian Languages
10:00 Laura Slaughter, Luis Morgado Da Costa, So Miyagawa, Marco Büchler, Amir Zeldes, Hugo Lundhaug and Heike Behlmer The Making of Coptic Wordnet Coffee Mohamed Ali Batita and Mounir Zrigui The Extended Arabic WordNet: a Case Study and an Evaluation using a Word Sense Disambiguation System Bolette Sandford Pedersen, Sanni Nimb, Ida Rørmann Olsen and Sussi Olsen Merging DanNet with Princeton Wordnet Francis Bond, Arkadiusz Janz, Marek Maziarz and Ewa Rudnicka Testing Zipf’s meaning-frequency law with wordnets as sense inventories
10:30 Coffee  

Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira and Alexandre Rademaker

Fast developing of a Natural Language Interface for a Portuguese WordNet: Leveraging on Sentence Embeddings Coffee Coffee Coffee
New/Enhanced Resources Embeddings Applications Events Linking to Wiki
 

11:00

Khuyagbaatar Batsuren, Amarsanaa Ganbold, Altangerel Chagnaa and Fausto Giunchiglia Building the Mongolian WordNet Filip Klubička, Alfredo Maldonado, Abhijit Mahalunkar and John Kelleher Synthetic, yet natural: Properties of WordNet random walk corpora and the impact of rare words on embedding performance  

Francis Bond, Arkadiusz Janz and Maciej Piasecki

A Comparison of Sense-level Sentiment Scores  

Seohyun Im

Semi-automatic Annotation of Event Structure, Argument Structure, and Opposition Structure to WordNet by Using Event Structure Frame  

Finn Årup Nielsen

Danish in Wikidata lexemes
11:30 Marissa Griesel, Sonja Bosch and Mampaka Lydia Mojapelo Thinking globally, acting locally – Progress in the African Wordnet Project Yu-Hsiang Tseng and Shu-Kai Hsieh Augmenting Chinese WordNet semantic relations with contextualized embeddings Itziar Gonzalez-Dios and German Rigau Textual genre based approach to use WordNet in language-for-specific-purpose classroom as dictionary Łukasz Kobyliński and Michał Wasiluk Deep Learning in Event Detection in Polish Kiril Simov, Petya Osenova, Laska Laskova, Ivajlo Radev and Zara Kancheva Aligning the Bulgarian BTB WordNet with the Bulgarian Wikipedia
12:00 Natalia Loukachevitch and Anastasia Gerasimova Linking Russian Wordnet RuWordNet to WordNet Castle Excursion with lunch Tomasz Jastrząb and Grzegorz Kwiatkowski Enriching Keywords Database UsingWordnets – a Case Study Csaba Veres Making Sense of schema.org with WordNet Antoni Oliver Aligning Wikipedia with WordNet: a review and evaluation of different techniques
12:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
New/Enhanced Resources Applications Ontology Lexical Semantics
 

14:00

Verginica Mititelu and Maria Mitrofan Leaving No Stone Unturned When Identifying and Classifying Verbal Multiword Expressions in the Romanian Wordnet  

Colin Lualdi, Jack Hudson, Christiane Fellbaum and Noah Buchholz

Building ASLNet, A Wordnet for American Sign Language  

Javier Álvez, Itziar Gonzalez-Dios and German Rigau

Commonsense Reasoning Using WordNet and SUMO: a Detailed Analysis  

Tsvetana Dimitrova and Valentina Stefanova

On Hidden Semantic Relations between Nouns in WordNet
14:30 Agnieszka Dziob, Maciej Piasecki and Ewa Rudnicka plWordNet 4.1 – a Linguistically Motivated, Corpus-based Bilingual Resource Jumi Sarmah, Shikhar Kumar Sarma and Anup Kumar Barman Development of Assamese Rule based Stemmer using WordNet Jan Kocoń, Arkadiusz Janz, Monika Riegel, Małgorzata Wierzba, Artur Marchewka, Agnieszka Czoska, Damian Grimling, Barbara Konat, Konrad Juszczyk, Katarzyna Klessa and Maciej Piasecki Propagation of emotions, arousal and polarity in WordNet using Heterogeneous Structured Synset Embeddings Kyoko Kanzaki and Hitoshi Isahara Towards linking synonymous expressions of compound verbs to Japanese WordNet
15:00 John P. McCrae, Alexandre Rademaker, Francis Bond, Ewa Rudnicka and Christiane Fellbaum English WordNet 2019 — An Open-Source WordNet for English Eva Huber and Erhard Hinrichs Including Swiss Standard German in GermaNet Özge Bakay, Begüm Avar and Olcay Taner Yıldız Comparing Sense Categorization Between English PropBank and English WordNet Ahti Lohk, Heili Orav, Kadri Vare, Francis Bond and Rasmus Vaik New Polysemy Structures in Wordnets Induced by Vertical Polysemy
15:30 Coffee Coffee Coffee Closing
New/Enhanced Resources Embeddings Annotations  
 

16:00

Svetlozara Leseva and Ivelina Stoyanova Enhancing Conceptual Description through Resource Linking and Exploration of Semantic Relations  

Elena Irimia, Maria Mitrofan and Verginica Mititelu

Evaluating the Wordnet and CoRoLa-based Word Embedding Vectors for Romanian as Resources in the Task of Microworlds Lexicon Expansion  

Bilge Nas Arıcan, Özge Bakay, Begüm Avar, Olcay Taner Yıldız and Özlem Ergelen

English-Turkish Parallel Semantic Annotation of Penn-Treebank
16:30 Ewa Geller, Michał Gajek, Agata Reibach and Zuzanna Łapa Applicability of Wordnets in Lexical Borrowing Studies Natalia Loukachevitch and Ekaterina Parkhomenko Using Distributional Similarities for Thesaurus Check up Alexandre Rademaker, Bruno Cuconato, Alessandra Cid, Alexandre Tessarollo and Henrique Andrade Completing the Princeton Annotated Gloss Corpus Project
17:00 Elżbieta Hajnicz and Tomasz Bartosiak Connections between the semantic layer of Walenty valency dictionary and PlWordNet Pia Sommerauer, Antske Fokkens and Piek Vossen Towards interpretable, data-derived distributional meaning representations for reasoning: A dataset of properties and concepts Ilya Azerkovich Using Thesaurus Data to Improve Coreference Resolution for Russian
17:30 Valeria de Paiva and Alexandre Rademaker Portuguese Manners of Speaking Ruben Branco, João Rodrigues, Chakaveh Saedi and António Branco Assessing Wordnets with WordNet Embeddings Business Meeting
17:45 Kishore Kashyap, Shikhar Kr Sarma and Kumari Sweta Spoken WordNet
18:00 Francis Bond and Arthur Bond GeoNames Wordnet (geown): extracting wordnets from GeoNames   Jean-Philippe Bernardy and Aleksandre Maskharashvili Two experiments for embedding Wordnet hierarchy into vector spaces
18:15 Francis Bond OMW/CILI [18:30] Csaba Veres Visualising WordNet Embeddings: some preliminary results
19:00 Welcome Drink&Snack (Riverside Tavern at the University Campus) Boat trip and banquet (a banquet on the boat)

 

This is an opportunity for researchers and developers to present and discuss their latest results on the development, enrichment and exploitation of wordnets for various languages around the world. This conference is hosted by the Language Technology Research Group G4.19 at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland and the Global WordNet Association.

Registration

  • Registration form
  • May 14th 2019 – Registration open
  • Online registration will be open until July 15th 2019.
  • We will also accept on site registration (cash: 250 USD).
  • Registration includes membership in the Global WordNet Association.

Fees:

  • 200USD for regular participants – early bird registration (till June, 14th)
  • 220USD for regular participants – late registration (from June 15th till July 15th)
  • 160USD for students and participants from countries with little funding
  • 260 USD for non-profit institutional
  • 360 USD for profit corporate

Details for bank transfer:

Important! The cost of the transfer is covered by the participant.

Politechnika Wroclawska
Bank: Santander Bank Polska S.A.
SWIFT CODE: WBKPPLPPXXX
Transfer Title: GWC19 Name Surname
Account number: PL77 1090 2402 0000 0001 4198 2280

Participants fees cover:

  • coffee breaks
  • GWA registration (incl. required membership for two years)
  • welcome drinks on the first conference day
  • a boat trip to the city centre, guided old town tour and a banquet
  • excursion on the second conference day and a lunch during the excursion. We plan a visit to the Książ castle: <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ksi%C4%85%C5%BC>

Call for Papers

We invite submissions with original contributions addressing, but not limited to, the topics listed below. Proposals for tutorials are welcome as well.

Conference Topics

1. Lexical semantics and meaning representation
* Critical analysis and applications of lexical and semantic relations
* Proposed new relations
* Definitions, semantic components, co-occurrence and frequency statistics
* Word and Sense Embeddings
* Necessity and completeness issues
* Ontology and wordnet
* Other lexicographical and lexicological questions pertaining to wordnet-style meaning representation
* Wordnets and Linked Open Data (LOD)

2. Architecture of lexical databases
* Language independent and language dependent components
* Integration of multi-wordnets in research infrastructures (like CLARIN) and LT networks (like META-NET)

3. Tools and Methods for wordnet development
* User and Data entry interfaces
* Methods for constructing, extending and enriching wordnets

4. Applications of wordnet
* Word sense disambiguation
* Machine translation
* Information extraction and retrieval
* Document structuring and categorisation
* Automatic hyperlinking
* Language pedagogy
* Psycholinguistic applications

5. Standardization, distribution and availability of wordnets and wordnet tools

Submissions will fall into one of the following categories (page limits exclude references):
* long papers: 8 pages max, 30 minutes presentation
* short papers: 5 pages max; 15 minutes presentation
* project reports: 5 pages max., 10 minutes presentation
* demonstrations : 5 pages max, with an additional 3 pages screen dumps or images; 20 minutes presentation

Submissions should be anonymous and any identifying information must be removed. Authors must state the preferred category, though acceptance may be subject to change in the category of the presentation, e.g. a long paper submission may be accepted as a short paper.

Final papers should be submitted in electronic form (PDF only).

Papers must be submitted to the EasyChair website:
GWA 2019 Easy Chair site: https://easychair.org/my/conference.cgi?welcome=1%3Bconf=gwc2019

The format of the paper is in ACL format (PDF):
ACL 2010 paper formats: http://acl2010.org/authors_final.html

Proceedings

Proceedings will get an ISBN and will be freely downloadable from the GWC website. We intend to produce purely electronic proceedings, which our library will archive. We will make available a preliminary version of the proceedings at the conference, and authors will have a chance to make revisions for 8 weeks after the conference before the proceedings are finalized. Only papers actually presented at the conference will go into the final proceedings.

Programme

GWC 2019 The 10th Global WordNet Conference 23 – 27 July, 2019 Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland   Caption: New/Enhanced Resources Ontology Linking to Wiki
    Applications Annotations Events
    Embeddings Wordnet(s) Lexical Semantics
         
 
  7/23/2019 (Tuesday) 7/24/2019 (Wednesday) 7/25/2019 (Thursday) 7/26/2019 (Friday) 7/27/2019 (Saturday)
  New/Enhanced Resources   Applications   Wordnet(s)
9:00 Opening  

Invited speaker Simon Krek

Lexicography meets Linguistic Linked (Open) Data  

Szymon Rutkowski, Piotr Rychlik and Agnieszka Mykowiecka

Estimating senses with sets of lexically related words for Polish word sense disambiguation  

Thierry Declerck, Melanie Siegel and Dagmar Gromann

OntoLex as a possible Bridge between WordNets and full lexical Descriptions  

Tomasz Naskręt

A collaborative system for building and maintaining wordnets.
 

9:30

Joanna Ut-Seong Sio and Luis Morgado Da Costa Building the Cantonese Wordnet Loïc Vial, Benjamin Lecouteux and Didier Schwab Sense Vocabulary Compression through the Semantic Knowledge of WordNet for Neural Word Sense Disambiguation Eric Kafe Fitting Semantic Relations to Word Embeddings Diptesh Kanojia, Kevin Patel, Malhar Kulkarni, Pushpak Bhattacharyya and Gholemreza Haffari Utilizing Wordnets for Cognate Detection among Indian Languages
10:00 Laura Slaughter, Luis Morgado Da Costa, So Miyagawa, Marco Büchler, Amir Zeldes, Hugo Lundhaug and Heike Behlmer The Making of Coptic Wordnet Coffee Mohamed Ali Batita and Mounir Zrigui The Extended Arabic WordNet: a Case Study and an Evaluation using a Word Sense Disambiguation System Bolette Sandford Pedersen, Sanni Nimb, Ida Rørmann Olsen and Sussi Olsen Merging DanNet with Princeton Wordnet Francis Bond, Arkadiusz Janz, Marek Maziarz and Ewa Rudnicka Testing Zipf’s meaning-frequency law with wordnets as sense inventories
10:30 Coffee  

Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira and Alexandre Rademaker

Fast developing of a Natural Language Interface for a Portuguese WordNet: Leveraging on Sentence Embeddings Coffee Coffee Coffee
New/Enhanced Resources Embeddings Applications Events Linking to Wiki
 

11:00

Khuyagbaatar Batsuren, Amarsanaa Ganbold, Altangerel Chagnaa and Fausto Giunchiglia Building the Mongolian WordNet Filip Klubička, Alfredo Maldonado, Abhijit Mahalunkar and John Kelleher Synthetic, yet natural: Properties of WordNet random walk corpora and the impact of rare words on embedding performance  

Francis Bond, Arkadiusz Janz and Maciej Piasecki

A Comparison of Sense-level Sentiment Scores  

Seohyun Im

Semi-automatic Annotation of Event Structure, Argument Structure, and Opposition Structure to WordNet by Using Event Structure Frame  

Finn Årup Nielsen

Danish in Wikidata lexemes
11:30 Marissa Griesel, Sonja Bosch and Mampaka Lydia Mojapelo Thinking globally, acting locally – Progress in the African Wordnet Project Yu-Hsiang Tseng and Shu-Kai Hsieh Augmenting Chinese WordNet semantic relations with contextualized embeddings Itziar Gonzalez-Dios and German Rigau Textual genre based approach to use WordNet in language-for-specific-purpose classroom as dictionary Łukasz Kobyliński and Michał Wasiluk Deep Learning in Event Detection in Polish Kiril Simov, Petya Osenova, Laska Laskova, Ivajlo Radev and Zara Kancheva Aligning the Bulgarian BTB WordNet with the Bulgarian Wikipedia
12:00 Natalia Loukachevitch and Anastasia Gerasimova Linking Russian Wordnet RuWordNet to WordNet Castle Excursion with lunch Tomasz Jastrząb and Grzegorz Kwiatkowski Enriching Keywords Database UsingWordnets – a Case Study Csaba Veres Making Sense of schema.org with WordNet Antoni Oliver Aligning Wikipedia with WordNet: a review and evaluation of different techniques
12:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
New/Enhanced Resources Applications Ontology Lexical Semantics
 

14:00

Verginica Mititelu and Maria Mitrofan Leaving No Stone Unturned When Identifying and Classifying Verbal Multiword Expressions in the Romanian Wordnet  

Colin Lualdi, Jack Hudson, Christiane Fellbaum and Noah Buchholz

Building ASLNet, A Wordnet for American Sign Language  

Javier Álvez, Itziar Gonzalez-Dios and German Rigau

Commonsense Reasoning Using WordNet and SUMO: a Detailed Analysis  

Tsvetana Dimitrova and Valentina Stefanova

On Hidden Semantic Relations between Nouns in WordNet
14:30 Agnieszka Dziob, Maciej Piasecki and Ewa Rudnicka plWordNet 4.1 – a Linguistically Motivated, Corpus-based Bilingual Resource Jumi Sarmah, Shikhar Kumar Sarma and Anup Kumar Barman Development of Assamese Rule based Stemmer using WordNet Jan Kocoń, Arkadiusz Janz, Monika Riegel, Małgorzata Wierzba, Artur Marchewka, Agnieszka Czoska, Damian Grimling, Barbara Konat, Konrad Juszczyk, Katarzyna Klessa and Maciej Piasecki Propagation of emotions, arousal and polarity in WordNet using Heterogeneous Structured Synset Embeddings Kyoko Kanzaki and Hitoshi Isahara Towards linking synonymous expressions of compound verbs to Japanese WordNet
15:00 John P. McCrae, Alexandre Rademaker, Francis Bond, Ewa Rudnicka and Christiane Fellbaum English WordNet 2019 — An Open-Source WordNet for English Eva Huber and Erhard Hinrichs Including Swiss Standard German in GermaNet Özge Bakay, Begüm Avar and Olcay Taner Yıldız Comparing Sense Categorization Between English PropBank and English WordNet Ahti Lohk, Heili Orav, Kadri Vare, Francis Bond and Rasmus Vaik New Polysemy Structures in Wordnets Induced by Vertical Polysemy
15:30 Coffee Coffee Coffee Closing
New/Enhanced Resources Embeddings Annotations  
 

16:00

Svetlozara Leseva and Ivelina Stoyanova Enhancing Conceptual Description through Resource Linking and Exploration of Semantic Relations  

Elena Irimia, Maria Mitrofan and Verginica Mititelu

Evaluating the Wordnet and CoRoLa-based Word Embedding Vectors for Romanian as Resources in the Task of Microworlds Lexicon Expansion  

Bilge Nas Arıcan, Özge Bakay, Begüm Avar, Olcay Taner Yıldız and Özlem Ergelen

English-Turkish Parallel Semantic Annotation of Penn-Treebank
16:30 Ewa Geller, Michał Gajek, Agata Reibach and Zuzanna Łapa Applicability of Wordnets in Lexical Borrowing Studies Natalia Loukachevitch and Ekaterina Parkhomenko Using Distributional Similarities for Thesaurus Check up Alexandre Rademaker, Bruno Cuconato, Alessandra Cid, Alexandre Tessarollo and Henrique Andrade Completing the Princeton Annotated Gloss Corpus Project
17:00 Elżbieta Hajnicz and Tomasz Bartosiak Connections between the semantic layer of Walenty valency dictionary and PlWordNet Pia Sommerauer, Antske Fokkens and Piek Vossen Towards interpretable, data-derived distributional meaning representations for reasoning: A dataset of properties and concepts Ilya Azerkovich Using Thesaurus Data to Improve Coreference Resolution for Russian
17:30 Valeria de Paiva and Alexandre Rademaker Portuguese Manners of Speaking Ruben Branco, João Rodrigues, Chakaveh Saedi and António Branco Assessing Wordnets with WordNet Embeddings Business Meeting
17:45 Kishore Kashyap, Shikhar Kr Sarma and Kumari Sweta Spoken WordNet
18:00 Francis Bond and Arthur Bond GeoNames Wordnet (geown): extracting wordnets from GeoNames   Jean-Philippe Bernardy and Aleksandre Maskharashvili Two experiments for embedding Wordnet hierarchy into vector spaces
18:15 Francis Bond OMW/CILI [18:30] Csaba Veres Visualising WordNet Embeddings: some preliminary results
19:00 Welcome Drink&Snack (Riverside Tavern at the University Campus) Boat trip and banquet (a banquet on the boat)

Practical Information

Conference Information

Date

23 – 27 July, 2019

Venue

The WUST Congress Centre (D20)
Address:
Janiszewskiego 8
(in the vicinity of Grunwaldzki Square)

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/iW7QUdJ4tKmBrJSq7

Accomodation

T-15 University dormitory

address: ul. Wittiga 6, 51-628 Wrocław

Rooms:

Single room (a bathroom and kitchen shared with another single room), no breakfast 85 PLN

To book, contact GWC organisers.

Payment:

Bank transfer (on the basis of pro-forma invoice issued by the University if needed)

Card payment on-site (the invoice will be sent after the end of the stay)

Card payments will be possible between 7.30 a.m. till 3.30 p.m.

Reception open 24/7

 

Hotels:

Radisson Blu Hotel – a 5-star hotel

https://www.radissonblu.com/en/hotel-wroclaw

address: Purkyniego St. 10

Reservations:

Tel.: +48 71 375 00 26
Tel.: +48 71 375 00 37
Fax.: +48 71 375 00 75
Email:
reservations.wroclaw@radissonblu.com

Rooms:

Single – 390 PLN per night, breakfast included

Double for single use – 420 PLN per night, breakfast included

Contact the hotel directly and give GWC 2019 as a password

We have pre-booked 30 rooms. The pre-booking will be held till June 22nd. Later the rooms can be booked depending on their availability.

 

John Paul II hotel – a 4-star hotel

http://www.hotel-jp2.pl/en/

address: św. Idziego St. 2

Reservations

e-mail: hotel@hotel-jp2.pl

tel./fax (+48 71) 327 14 00

Rooms:

Single – 230 PLN per night, breakfast included (there are only 6 rooms of this type)

Double for single use – 270 PLN per night, breakfast included

Double used by two people – 340 PLN per night, breakfast included

Contact the hotel directly and give GWC 2019 as a password

We have pre-booked 28 rooms. The pre-booking will be held till July 10th. Later the rooms can be booked depending on their availability.

 

Local Information

About Wrocław

Logistics

Wrocław has an international airport, with good connections all over the world: Paris, Zurich, Munich, Brussel, Copenhagen, Tel Aviv, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Warsaw, Lisbon, Madrid, London, Rome, Kyiv, Oslo, Stockholm, Dublin, Edinburgh.

Thanks to comfort road and rail infrastructure, Wroclaw is easily accessible from European metropolises: Berlin (295 km), Dresden (231 km), Prague (217 km), Vienna (326 km), Bratislava (330 km) ), Kraków (236 km) and Warsaw (301 km).

Public transport in Wrocław supports connections between the railway station and the airport and The Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (the airport-WUST: 50 minutes, the railway station – WUST: 20 minutes).

Transport within the city

http://airport.wroclaw.pl/en/passager/getting-here/by-bus/

The airport – Wrocław University of Science and Technology (WUST):

Shuttle bus (Wro Airport Express) runs every hour (tickets sold by a bus driver; cash or card payment). It goes to Plac Dominikański stop (‘Dominikański square’) located in the very city centre where it is possible to switch to public transport (lines 2, 4, 10, 33 or D) running towards WUST (Plac Grunwaldzki stop – ‘Grunwaldzki square’).

Municipal transport: day line 106 and night line 206; departures every 15 min, going to the railway and bus station.

Ticket machines in every bus and tram, payment only via bank card. To get to WUST you need to change to lines 145, 146, 149, 9, 0L – during the day; 250, 255, 259 – at night.

Tickets can also be bought in ticket machines at selected bus and tram stops – you can pay by card and by cash: Ticket sales points.

Taxi and car rental in the front of the airport terminal (taxi fare amounts to circa 60-70 zł from the airport to WUST.)

http://taxi.net.pl/zamow-taxi/

http://www.ztp.pl/kontakt

https://www.rentalcars.com/AirportLandingPage.do

 

Important Dates

  • November 30 – 1st Call for Papers
  • December 21 – 2nd Call for Papers
  • February 22 – Final Call for Papers
  • April 8* – Deadline paper submission
  • May 8* – Notification of paper acceptance
  • May 14 – Registration opens
  • June 28 – Deadline author registration, final version paper
  • July 23 – 27 – Conference

*new dates

Conference Chairs

  • Piek Vossen
  • Christiane Fellbaum

Organizing Committee

  • Maciej Piasecki
  • Ewa Rudnicka
  • Jan Wieczorek

Contact