Call for tutorials at TALN 2021
Conference TALN 2021 | RECITAL 2021
June 28th – July 2nd, 2021
Submission deadline: 10/01/2021
The organizers (Inria Nord-Lille Europe, CRIStAL, STL and GERIICO labs, Lille, France), working in automatic processing of written and signed languages, are organizing
from June 28th to July 2nd, 2021
on the campus Cité scientifique of the Université de Lille,
the 28th edition of the TALN-RECITAL conference.
Call for tutorials
As part of the TALN-RECITAL 2021 conference, we open the call for tutorial proposals. Tutorials should be related to TALN-RECITAL’s own topics. Tutorials provide an opportunity to train participants to models, methods, techniques and tools, new or not, but of interest to the community.
The conference organizers will provide the following services: classrooms and equipment, coffee breaks and proceedings.
The tutorial organizers are responsible for the communication on the tutorial, in collaboration with the conference organizers.
The tutorials will be held in parallel sessions on Monday June 28th and Tuesday June 29th 2021, on the main conference site in Lille. The tutorials will be one day or half a day long.
* Submission deadline for tutorial proposals: January 10tn, 2021
* Notification to tutorial organizers: January 17th, 2021
* Tutorial program (for conference program): May 10th, 2021
* Tutorial dates: June 28-29, 2021
Modalities for submission of proposals
The tutorial proposals must be sent as pdf document to firstname.lastname@example.org
The proposal should contain:
– title of the tutorial,
– short description (1 page A4, pdf format) of the tutorial topics (including its justification), of the tutorial content, and expected format (presentations, practical work…)
– short description of the speakers,
– expected duration of the workshop (1/2 or 1 day).
The tutorial proposals will be reviewed by the TALN program committee and the ATALA CPERM. The following criteria will be considered:
– fit to the conference topics,
– originality of the proposal,
– expected attendance.
The tutorials will be done in French or in English (for non-french speaking). We invite the speakers to put the material used during the tutorials (slides, scripts, data…) on the tutorial websites.