ComputEL-3

3rd Workshop on Computational Methods for Endangered Languages
Honolulu, Hawaii, February 26-27, 2019

Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and others

IMPORTANT NEWS:

  • The 1st CALL FOR PAPERS will be forthcoming by the beginning of June, 2018

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The ComputEL-3 workshop will focus on the use of computational methods in the study, support, and revitalization of endangered languages. The primary aim of the workshop is to continue narrowing the gap between computational linguists interested in working on methods for endangered languages, field linguists working on documenting these languages, and the language communities who are striving to maintain their languages.

We take seriously the goal of reaching all relevant communities. To support this goal, ComputEL-3 aims to alternate between co-location with computational linguistics conferences and with language documentation conferences. ComputEL-3 will immediately precede the 6th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC6) hosted by the University of Hawaii, February 28 — March 3, 2019.

The first ComputEL workshop was co-located with the main conference of the Association for Computational Linguistics in Baltimore in 2014. (http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~jcgood/ComputEL.html) . The proceedings of ComputEL-1 were published online by ACL and are available at: http://aclweb.org/anthology/W/W14/#2200

The second ComputEL workshop, ComputEL-2, was co-located with the 5th International Conference of Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC5) in Honolulu, Hawai’i, in March 2017. The proceedings of ComputEL-2 were published online by ACL and are available at: http://aclweb.org/anthology/W17-01

Call for Papers
FORTHCOMING

Important Dates:

Workshop dates: February 26-27, 2019

Organizing Committee
Antti Arppe (University of Alberta)
Jeff Good (University at Buffalo)
Mans Hulden (University Colorado at Boulder)
Jordan Lachler (University Alberta)
Alexis Palmer (University of North Texas)
Lane Schwartz (University of Illinois)

For more information, see our website: http://altlab.artsrn.ualberta.ca/computel-3

Queen Lili'uokalani Center/Monday, March 6th