EACL-SRW 2023 : EACL 2023 Student Research Workshop
Call For Papers
EACL 2023 Student Research Workshop First Call for Papers
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Main Conference: May 2-6, 2023
Paper Submission Deadline: December 16, 2022
## General Rules for Submission
The EACL 2023 Student Research Workshop (SRW) provides a forum for
student researchers who are investigating various areas related to
Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing. The workshop
provides an excellent opportunity for student participants to present
their work and receive valuable feedback from the international research
community. The workshop’s goal is to aid students at multiple stages of
their education: including undergraduate, masters, junior, and senior
We invite papers in two different categories:
Thesis Proposals: This category is appropriate for PhD students who have
decided on a thesis topic and wish to get feedback on their proposal and
ideas about future directions for their work.
Research Papers: Papers in this category can describe completed work, or
work-in-progress with preliminary results. For these papers, the first
author MUST BE a current graduate or undergraduate student. We encourage
submissions from Ph.D. students, as well as Masters or advanced
undergraduate students. Topics of interest for the SRW are the same as
for the main conference (https://2023.eacl.org/calls/papers/).
Please see the submission guidelines page for more information at
## Pre-submission mentoring program
The goal is to improve the presentation of the student’s work, not to
critique the work itself. Participants will be assigned a mentor that
they will be able to contact regarding their submission. Participation
is optional but encouraged.
Students wishing to participate must fill this form by November 14,
You CAN submit a paper to the main deadline, even if you did not
participate in pre-submission mentoring.
## Benefits of participation
All accepted papers and thesis proposals will be presented in the main
conference poster session, giving students an opportunity to interact
with and present their work to a large and diverse audience, including
top researchers in the field and assigned mentors.
Submissions (in both categories) may either be archival or non-archival,
based on the wishes of the authors. All archival papers will be
published in the EACL 2023 SRW Proceedings. All non-archival papers may
be submitted to any venue in the future except another SRW.
Each willing participant is also assigned a mentor - an experienced
researcher - who can provide valuable advice on the submission during
the pre-submission period and mentoring during the conference.
## Important Dates
Pre-submission mentoring deadline: November 14, 2022
Paper submission deadline: December 16, 2022
Acceptance notification: February 24, 2023
Camera-ready deadline: March 17, 2023
EACL conference dates: May 2-6, 2023
All deadlines are 11:59PM UTC-12:00 (“anywhere on Earth”).
## Submission Requirements
We accept both archival submissions (i.e., the work can be included in
the conference proceedings) and non-archival submissions (the work will
be presented in the workshop, but will not be part of the proceedings).
The “archival” submissions should follow the anonymity period and
restrictions of the main conference as appears in
Papers can be submitted as short or long papers.
Short papers consist of up to four (4) pages of content, plus unlimited
references. Upon acceptance, they will be given five (5) content pages
in the proceedings.
Long papers consist of up to eight (8) pages of content, plus unlimited
references. Upon acceptance, they will be given nine (9) content pages
in the proceedings.
Thesis proposals consist of up to eight (8) pages of content, plus
unlimited references. Upon acceptance, they will be given nine (9)
content pages in the proceedings.
Authors are encouraged to use this additional page to address reviewers’
comments in their final versions.
Paper submissions must use the official EACL 2023 style templates. All
submissions must be in PDF format and must conform to the official style
guidelines, which are contained in these template files. The review
process is blind; hence, all submissions must be anonymized.
The SRW invites papers on topics related to computational linguistics,
including but not limited to:
Anaphora, Discourse and Pragmatics
Computational Social Science and Social Media
Dialogue and Interactive Systems
Document analysis, Text Categorization and Topic Models
Generation and Summarization
Ethical and Sustainable NLP
Information Retrieval and Search
Interpretability and Model Analysis in NLP
Language Resources and Evaluation
Language Grounding and Multi-Modality
Linguistic Theories, Cognitive Modeling and Psycholinguistics
Machine Learning in NLP
Multidisciplinary and NLP Applications
Semantics: sentence level and other areas
Sentiment Analysis and Argument Mining
Phonology, Morphology, and Word Segmentation
Tagging, Chunking, Syntax, and Parsing
Student Research Workshop Co-Chairs
Elisa Bassignana, IT University of Copenhagen
Matthias Lindemann, University of Edinburgh
Alban Petit, University of Paris-Saclay
Student Research Workshop Faculty Advisor
Valerio Basile, University of Turin
The organizers of the workshop can be contacted by email at