We are pleased to announce that Tomaž Erjavec is the winner of this year’s Steven Krauwer Award for outstanding contributions to the goals of the CLARIN ERIC infrastructure. The award was presented at the CLARIN Annual Conference 2021. More information on the award, as well as an interview with its winner, can be found here.
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CLARIN.SI in 2020 again launched a call for project proposals for the members of its consortium. The two successfully concluded projects (Tutorial on the siParl 2.0 corpus: Voices of the parliament – Corpus linguistics approach to parliamentary discourse and The compilation of the MEMIS epigraphic corpus of Medieval and Early Modern inscriptions in Slovenia) are described on the CLARIN.SI Projects page.
Biennial Language Technologies and Digital Humanities 2020 Virtual Conference was held on the 24th and 25th of September 2020. Originally, the conference was supposed to take place at the Institute of Contemporary History, but was moved to a virtual format due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, we successfully concluded the conference.
More information on the conference can be found here.
On April 29 2020, Tomaž Erjavec held three lectures at the Faculty of computer science and informatics, University of Ljubljana, about the CLARIN.SI research infrastructure and its repository and the TEI recommendations for language data annotation.
Presentation slides and lecture recordings are available here.
On May 6 2020, we held a getting-to-know-each-other online session of the CLASSLA workshop that was supposed to start that day in Ljubljana, but had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis. The session was a very enjoyable experience as can be read about in the short description of the event.