UNLP 2023 : The Second Ukrainian Natural Language Processing Workshop
Call For Papers
The Second Ukrainian Natural Language Processing Workshop (UNLP 2023)
Call For Papers
UNLP 2023 will be held online in conjunction with the EACL 2023 conference in May 2023.
The workshop will bring together academics, researchers, and practitioners in the fields of Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics who work with the Ukrainian language or do cross-Slavic research that can be applied to the Ukrainian language.
We hope that the workshop will facilitate developments in the processing of the Ukrainian language, as well as provide a platform for discussion and sharing of ideas, encourage collaboration between different research groups, and improve the visibility of the Ukrainian research community.
Topics of interest lie in the area of Ukrainian NLP and Computational Linguistics and include, but are not limited to, the following tasks:
syntactic and semantic parsing,
information extraction and text mining,
automated question answering and information retrieval,
language modelling and natural language generation,
grammatical error correction,
disinformation detection and fact verification,
development of language resources and evaluation methods,
speech recognition and generation,
knowledge representation and computational pragmatics,
computational methods for phonology,
Ukrainian NLP in interaction with other artificial intelligence technologies.
The Second UNLP features the first Shared Task in Grammatical Error Correction for Ukrainian. The Shared Task focuses on correction of grammatical errors and disfluencies, and we see this shared task as an opportunity to facilitate research of GEC for Slavic languages.
You can find more details on the web page of the Shared Task.
December 22, 2023 — First call for workshop papers
January 9, 2023 — Second call for workshop papers
February 13, 2023 — Workshop paper due
March 13, 2023 — Notification of acceptance
March 27, 2023 — Camera-ready papers due
May 2 or 6, 2023 — Workshop dates
Mona Diab, The George Washington University, US
Gulnara Muratova, QIRI`M YOUNG, Ukraine
The workshop will provide Grammarly Premium to all authors. To request Grammarly Premium, please submit the form on the website.
UNLP invites submissions of completed and ongoing projects. Submissions describing resources or solutions that have been made available to the wider public are strongly encouraged. The workshop will also accept papers with negative results.
We invite two types of submissions: long and short papers. Long papers should describe original, unpublished and completed work. The short papers may describe work in progress, small focused contributions, system demonstrations, new linguistic resources, or experiments based on existing software and resources.
Overlap with previously published work should be clearly mentioned at the time of submission. The authors should indicate in their submission whether the paper has been submitted elsewhere, e.g., to the main conference. In particular, in case the paper has been rejected by the main conference, it should be indicated in the submission.
All submissions will be judged on correctness, novelty, technical strength, clarity of presentation, usability, and significance/relevance to the Workshop. Every submission will be reviewed by at least three members of the Program Committee.
Paper review will be blind. The papers must not include the authors’ names and affiliations. Self-citations and other references that reveal the authors’ identity must be avoided.
Long papers should follow the two-column format of EACL 2023 proceedings not exceeding eight (8) pages of content plus two (2) pages for references. Short paper submissions should follow the same format, and should not exceed five (5) pages for content plus two (2) pages for references.
All submissions must conform to the official style guidelines of EACL 2023 contained in the style files and must be in PDF. Camera-ready versions of accepted papers must be provided both in LaTeX and PDF format.
Andrii Hlybovets, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine
Oleksii Ignatenko, Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine
Oleksii Molchanovskii, Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine
Mariana Romanyshyn, Grammarly, Ukraine
Andrii Babii, Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
Andrii Liubonko, Grammarly, Ukraine
Anna Rogers, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Artem Chernodub, Grammarly, Ukraine
Bogdan Babych, Heidelberg University, Germany
Bogdana Oliynyk, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine
Bohdan Kolchygin, Shelf, Ukraine
Dmytro Karamshuk, Meta, UK
Dmytro Sytnyk, Institute of Mathematics NAS, Ukraine
Galyna Kriukova, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine
Igor Samokhin, Grammarly, Ukraine
Iuliia Makogon, Semantrum, Ukraine
Julia Rogushina, Institute of Software Systems NAS, Ukraine
Kostiantyn Omelianchuk, Grammarly, Ukraine
Maksym Tarnavskyi, Shelf, Poland
Mariana Romanyshyn, Grammarly, Ukraine
Natalia Grabar, CNRS, Université de Lille, France
Natalia Kocyba, Samsung Research Poland, Poland
Nataliia Cheilytko, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
Oleksandr Marchenko, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
Oleksandr Skurzhanskyi, Grammarly, Ukraine
Olena Siruk, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Olga Kanishcheva, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
Ruslan Chorney, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine
Serhii Havrylov, University of Edinburgh, UK
Svitlana Galeshchuk, Université Paris Dauphine, BNP Paribas, France
Taras Lehinevych, Amazon, Ireland
Taras Shevchenko, Proxet (Giphy project), Ukraine
Tatjana Scheffler, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Thierry Hamon, Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, LIMSI & Université Sorbonne, France
Veronika Solopova, FU Berlin, Germany
Volodymyr Taranukha, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
Vsevolod Dyomkin, Projector, Ukraine
Yevhen Kupriianov, National Technical University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute”, Ukraine