General Programme

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Monday (5 July)Tuesday (6 July)Time
Wednesday (7 July)
9:00–9:15Introduction and Welcome9:00–9:45Keynote: Designing and populating specialized knowledge resources: EcoLexicon and by-products (Pilar León Araúz)
9:15–10:00Keynote: A White Paper on the Future of Academic Lexicography (Kris Heylen and Vincent Vandeghinste)Keynote: Scalability of maths for lexicography (Pavel Rychlý)9:45–10:00Adam Kilgarriff Prize Ceremony
10:00–10:15BreakBreak10:00–10:45Panel Session: Historical Lexicography and Digitisation (Toma Tasovac)
10:15–11:00Panel Session: Multiword Expressions (Carole Tiberius)Panel Session: User Research for Lexicography (Sascha Wolfer)10:45–11:00Break
11:00–11:15BreakBreak11:00–11:45Poster/Demo Session 2
11:15–12:00Poster/Demo Session 1Panel Session: Pedagogical Lexicography (Iztok Kosem)11:45–12:00Break
12:00–12:15BreakBreak12:00–12:45Panel Session: Modelling Lexicographic Data (John McCrae)
12:15–13:00Panel Session: Automated Lexicography (Simon Krek)Panel Session: Data Enrichment (Kris Heylen)12:45–13:00Closing
13:15–14:00Panel Session: Tools (Michal Měchura)


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Monday 08:30–11:00

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Tuesday 10:15–14:00

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A Sketch Engine expert will be ready to answer your questions about using or accessing Sketch Engine and also about corpus building and corpus analysis.

Detailed Programme

Monday 5 July

09:00–09:15Introduction and Welcome
09:15–10:00keynote talk: A White Paper on the Future of Academic Lexicography (conference recording; presentation available)Kris Heylen and Vincent Vandeghinste
10:15–11:00Panel Session: Multiword Expressions (conference recording)
Variation in idioms dictionaries: Lexicographer’s work in the post-editing era (presentation recording)Jelena Parizoska and Ivana Filipović Petrović
Encoding Semantic Phenomena in Verb-argument Combination (presentation recording)Elisabetta Jezek, Costanza Marini and Emma Romani
A cognitive perspective on the representation of MWEs in electronic learner’s dictionaries (presentation recording)Thomai Dalpanagioti
Multiword-term bracketing and representation in terminological knowledge bases (presentation recording)Pilar León-Araúz, Melania Cabezas-García and Pamela Faber
Corpus-based Methodology for an Online Multilingual Collocations Dictionary: First Steps (presentation recording)Adriane Orenha-Ottaiano, Carlos Roberto Valêncio, Marie-Claude L’Homme, Margarita Alonso Ramos, Maria Eugênia Olímpio de Oliveira Silva, Marcos Garcia-Gonzáles and William Tenório
11:15–12:00Poster/Demo Session
Legal Lexicography: From Paper Dictionaries to Online ToolsTomáš Duběda
Translating action verbs using an online dictionary based on video animationsAnne-Kathrin Gärtig-Bressan
Codification within Reach: Three Clickable Layers of Information Surrounding the New Slovenian Normative GuideHelena Dobrovoljc and Urška Vranjek Ošlak
The ELEXIS system for monolingual sense linking in dictionaries (presentation recording)John P. McCrae, Sina Ahmadi, Seung-bin Yim and Lenka Bajčetić
Reshaping the Haphazard Folksonomy of the Semantic Domains of the French WiktionaryNoé Gasparini, Cédric Tarbouriech, Sébastien Gathier and Antoine Bouchez
An Online Tool Developed for Post-Editing the New Skolt Sami DictionaryMika Hämäläinen, Khalid Alnajjar, Jack Rueter, Miika Lehtinen and Niko Partanen
Etymology in the landscape of digital lexicographyIryna Ostapova, Yevhen Kupriianov, Volodymyr Shyrokov and Mykyta Yablochkov
Frame-based terminography: a multi-modal knowledge base for karstology (presentation recording)Špela Vintar, Vid Podpečan and Vid Ribič
New developments in Lexonomy (presentation recording)Adam Rambousek, Miloš Jakubíček and Iztok Kosem
Distribution Index Calculator (demo) (presentation recording)Ene Vainik, Ahti Lohk and Geda Paulsen
Language Monitor: tracking the use of words in contemporary Slovene (presentation recording)Iztok Kosem, Simon Krek, Polona Gantar, Špela Arhar Holdt and Jaka Čibej
Porting the Latin WordNet onto OntoLex-LemonStefania Racioppa and Thierry Declerck
Learner lexicography from a phraseological perspective – Converting a corpus-derived phraseme list into an electronic EFL reference toolAnna Fankhauser
Word-embedding based bilingual terminology alignmentAndraž Repar, Matej Martinc, Matej Ulčar and Senja Pollak
Designing the ELEXIS Parallel Sense-Annotated Dataset in 10 European LanguagesFederico Martelli, Roberto Navigli, Simon Krek, Carole Tiberius, Jelena Kallas, Polona Gantar, Svetla Koeva, Sanni Nimb, Bolette Sandford Pedersen, Sussi Olsen, Margit Langemets, Kristina Koppel, Tiiu Üksik, Kaja Dobrovoljc, Rafael-J. Ureña-Ruiz, José-Luis Sancho-Sánchez, Veronika Lipp, Tamás Váradi, András Győrffy, Simon László, Valeria Quochi, Monica Monachini, Francesca Frontini, Rob Tempelaars, Rute Costa, Ana Salgado, Jaka Čibej and Tina Munda
12:15–13:00Panel Session: Automated Lexicography (conference recording)
Approaches to the automatic compilation of an electronic LSP-dictionary for the field of mathematics (presentation recording)Theresa Kruse and Ulrich Heid
Automatic Lexicographic Content Creation: Automating Multilingual Resources Development for Lexicographers (presentation recording)Maria Jose Dominguez, Daniel Bardanca Outeriño and Alberto Simões
Taking a broad view of post-editing lexicography (presentation recording)Ana Frankenberg-Garcia
Semi-automatic building of large-scale digital dictionariesMarek Blahuš, Michal Cukr, Ondřej Herman, Miloš Jakubíček, Vojtech Kovar and Marek Medveď
A use case of automatically generated lexicographic datasets and their manual curation (presentation recording)Dorielle Lonke, Raya Abu Ahmad, Vova Dzhuranyuk, Maayan Or Ner and Ilan Kernerman

Tuesday 6 July

09:15–10:00keynote talk: Scalability of maths for lexicography (conference recording)Pavel Rychlý
10:15–11:00Panel Session: User Research for Lexicography (conference recording)
Visionary perspectives on the lexicographic treatment of easily confusable words (presentation recording)Petra Storjohann
The usefulness of non-examples in online dictionaries (presentation recording)Anna Dziemianko
Accessing lexicographic data ‘by tap’: a formative study (presentation recording)Valeria Caruso, Roberta Presta and Flavia De Simone
Revising Dicionário Olímpico: A log-files analysis of a Brazilian frame-based online dictionary (presentation recording)Bruna da Silva, Gilles-Maurice de Schryver and Rove Chishman
Entry layout, etymology and information overload: a comparison between English and Swedish Wiktionary (presentation recording)Allahverdi Verdizade
11:15–12:00Panel Session: Pedagogical Lexicography (conference recording)
Gamifying the path to corpus-based pedagogical dictionaries (presentation recording)Tanara Zingano Kuhn, Rina Zviel-Girshin, Špela Arhar Holdt, Branislava Šandrih, Carole Tiberius, Ana Luis, Kristina Koppel, Danka Jokić and Iztok Kosem
How useful are writing assistants to researchers with English as a Second Language? A review of existing tools (presentation recording)Gustavo Zomer and Ana Frankenberg-Garcia
About users needs of a lexicographic tool for Academic Writing in Spanish (presentation recording)Margarita Alonso-Ramos and Eleonora Guzzi
Dictionary of core academic vocabulary based on Czech academic word list Akalex (presentation recording)Dominika Kovarikova
Measuring User Workload in e-Lexicography with the NASA Task Load Index (presentation recording)Geraint Paul Rees
12:15–13:00Panel Session: Data Enrichment (conference recording)
GIPFA: Generating IPA Pronunciation from AudioXavier Marjou
Enriching a terminology for under-resourced languages using knowledge graphs (presentation recording)John P. McCrae, Atul Kumar Ojha, Bharathi Raja Chakravarthi, Ian Kelly, Patricia Buffini, Grace Tang, Eric Paquin and Manuel Locria
Finding gaps in semantic descriptions. Visualization of the cross-reference network in a Swedish monolingual dictionary (presentation recording)Kristian Blensenius, Emma Sköldberg and Erik Bäckerud
A word embedding approach to onomasiological search in multilingual loanword lexicography (presentation recording)Peter Meyer and Ngoc Duyen Tanja Tu
Automatic induction of a multilingual taxonomy of discourse markers (presentation recording)Rogelio Nazar
Identifying Metadata-Specific Collocations in Text Corpora (presentation recording)Ondřej Herman, Miloš Jakubíček and Vojtěch Kovář
13:15–14:00Panel Session: Tools (conference recording)
Living Dictionaries: An Electronic Lexicography Tool for Community Activists (presentation recording)Gregory D. S. Anderson and Anna Luisa Daigneault
Catching lexemes. The case of Estonian noun-based ambiforms (presentation recording)Geda Paulsen, Ene Vainik, Maria Tuulik and Ahti Lohk
LeXmart: A platform designed with lexicographical data in mind (presentation recording)Alberto Simões, Ana Salgado and Rute Costa
Scribbling in the digital margins: annotating and extending published lexicographic works with Evoke (presentation recording)Sander Stolk

Wednesday 7 July

Programme descriptionPresenter(s)
09:00–09:45keynote talk: Designing and populating specialized knowledge resources: EcoLexicon and by-products (conference recording)Pilar León Araúz
09:45–10:00Adam Kilgarriff Prize Ceremony
10:00–10:45Panel Session: Historical Lexicography and Digitisation (conference recording)
A workflow for historical dictionary digitization: Larramendi’s Trilingual DictionaryDavid Lindemann and Mikel Alonso
Mudra’s Upper Sorbian-Czech dictionary – what can be done about this lexicographic “posthumous child”? (presentation recording)Michal Škrabal and Katja Brankačkec
A bilingual dictionary from a parallel corpus linked at the lexical level (presentation recording)Tarrin Wills
MORDigital: the advent of a new lexicographical Portuguese project (presentation recording)Rute Costa, Ana Salgado, Anas Khan, Mohamed Khemakhem, Sara Carvalho, Bruno Almeida, Toma Tasovac, Laurent Romary, Margarida Ramos and Raquel Silva
Dictionaries as collections of lexical data stories: an alternative post-editing model for historical corpus lexicography (presentation recording)Ligeia Lugli
Using Open-Source Tools to Digitize Lexical Resources for Low-Resource Languages (presentation recording)Ben Bongalon, Joel Ilao, Ethel Ong, Rochelle Irene Lucas and Melvin Jabar
11:00–11:45Poster/Demo Session
The “Latvian WordNet” and word sense disambiguation: challenges and findingsIlze Lokmane, Laura Rituma, Agute Klints and Madara Stāde
An Evaluation of Definition Paradigms in Lexicography for Word Sense AlignmentSina Ahmadi and John P. McCrae
Heteronym Sense LinkingLenka Bajčetić, Thierry Declerck and John P. McCrae
Construction of multilingual parallel corpora of literary texts using crowdsourcing facilitiesGalina Kedrova and Sergey Potemkin
Prospects on a workbench for the detection and analysis of semantic change – towards automating the lexicographic processMaike Park and Dominik Schlechtweg
The structure of a dictionary entry and grammatical properties of multi-word unitsMonika Czerepowicka
Old Russian Plant Names Dictionary: technical aspectsKira Kovalenko and Valeria Kolosova
Creating an Electronic Lexicon for the Under-resourced Southern Varieties of Kurdish LanguageZahra Azin and Sina Ahmadi
Accessible Lexicography: A free online school dictionary of Greek accessible for visually-impaired senior elementary childrenZoe Gavriilidou and Apostolos Garoufos
Compiling an Estonian-Slovak dictionary with English as a binderMichaela Denisová
Visualising Lexical Data for a Corpus-Driven Encyclopaedia (presentation recording)Santiago Chambó and Pilar León-Araúz
A Multi-Word Thesaurus for 30+ Languages (presentation recording)Ondřej Herman, Miloš Jakubíček and Pavel Rychlý
Elexifier: a cloud-based dictionary conversion tool (presentation recording)Simon Krek, Andraž Repar, Carole Tiberius, Iztok Kosem, Janez Brank and Tina Munda
12:00–12:45Panel Session: Modelling Lexicographic Data (conference recording)
Towards the ELEXIS data model: defining a common vocabulary for lexicographic resources (presentation recording)Carole Tiberius, Simon Krek, Katrien Depuydt, Polona Gantar, Jelena Kallas, Iztok Kosem and Michael Rundell
Multiword expressions in the Ekilex data model (presentation recording)Arvi Tavast, Jelena Kallas, Margit Langemets and Kristina Koppel
What programmers want: avoiding recursion in dictionary schemas (presentation recording)Michal Měchura
Lexicographic APIs: the state of the art (presentation recording)Michal Měchura