ELEXIS Observer Event

The ELEXIS observer event was primarily intended for representatives of institutions that have become observers or intended to apply for observer status in ELEXIS – European Lexicographic Infrastructure. Important topics that were covered in the agenda:

  • Presentation of ELEXIS Horizon 2020 project (2018-2022)
  • Presentation of (new) ELEXIS online tools and services
  • ELEXIS observers’ role, rights and obligations
  • Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) issues, copyright
  • Lexicographic standards used and produced by ELEXIS
  • Project afterlife, new European infrastructure for lexicographers

Thank you for your interest! The ELEXIS Observer Event was a great success.

In case you missed it, all presentation recordings can be found on Videolectures.

Date and location

18–19 February 2019
Vienna, Austria

Venue

Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities
Sonnenfelsgasse 19
1010 Vienna
Austria

Final agenda

– download the full program here

Click on the name of a talk to see and/or download the slides of a lecture or presentation:

Monday, 18th February 2019

TECHNOLOGY DAY

SESSION 1

Welcome & Opening Michael Alram,
Vice President OeAW
Karlheinz Mörth,
Director ACDH
Tanja Wissik,
Chair Local Committee
Project overview Simon Krek
Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI)
LEX2 infrastructure Miloš Jakubíček
Lexical Computing (LC)
LEX2: Lexonomy (introduction) Michal Měchura
LC
LEX2: Lexonomy (use cases) Iztok Kosem
JSI

SESSION 2

LEX 1/3 infrastructure Simon Krek
JSI
LEX1/3: GROBID-Dictionaries Mohamed Khemakhem,
Inria-ALMAnaCH
LEX1/3: ELEXIS data model Carole Tiberius
Instituut voor de Nederlandse Taal (INT)
LEX1/3:
linking & dictionary matrix
John McCrae
National University of Ireland (NUIG)
LEX1/3:
word sense disambiguation & crowdsourcing
Roberto Navigli
Sapienza University of Rome (UNIROMA)

SESSION 3

Booth 1: General Simon Krek,  JSI
Iztok Kosem, JSI
Tanja Wissik, OeAW
Anna Woldrich, 
OeAW
Ondřej Matuška, LC
Booth 2: Lexicographic data and workflow Carole Tiberius
INT (WP1)
Booth 3: Interoperability & Linked (Open) Data John McCrae
NUIG (WP2)
Booth 4: Lexicographic Data for Natural Language Processing Roberto Navigli
UNIROMA (WP3)
Booth 5: Natural Language Processing for Lexicography Miloš Jakubíček
LC (WP4)
Booth 6: Lexonomy & GROBID Dictionaries Michal Měchura
LC
ELEXIS Travel Grant Winners (Call 1) – Poster Session Asil Çetin Poster
Ana de Castro Salgado Poster
Ivana Filipović Petrović Poster
Henrik Køhler SimonsenPoster
Tuesday, 19th February 2019

COMMUNITY BUILDING DAY

Session 4

Lexicographers’ needs
Skillset Report 
Carole Tiberius, INT
Toma Tasovac,
Belgrade Centrer for Digital Humanities (BCDH)
Standards in lexicography Katrien Depuydt, INT
ER.ELEX.IS Iztok Kosem, JSI
LexBib project David Lindemann
Institut für Informations-wissenschaft und Sprachtechnologie,
Universität Hildesheim//
UPV/EHU University of the Basque Country
ELEXIS travel grants Bolette Sandford Pedersen
University of Copenhagen (UCPH)
International Alliance for Lexicography:
Part 1
Part 2
Iztok Kosem, JSI
Tanja Wissik, OeAW

Session 5

Role of observers Simon Krek
JSI
Observers and IPR issues (copyright) Simon Krek
JSI
ELEXIS / CLARIN / DARIAH Simon Krek
JSI

Session 6

General discussion all participants