International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theory

The 17th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theory will be held on December 13 and 14, 2018, at the University of Oslo.

Important Dates

  • Monday, October 8, 2018: Paper Submission
  • Monday, October 29: Reviewer Comments Due
  • Monday, November 5: Notifications to Authors
  • Monday, November 26: Camera-Ready Papers
  • Thursday and Friday, December 13–14, 2018: Conference

News and Updates

December 11, 2018  The conference will be held in Seminar Room C (OJD-3437) on the third floor of the Department of Informatics, right next to the Forskningsparken stop on the metro or tram.  There will be signs around and inside the building.  The conference dinner on Thursday evening is located in the brewery of Nedre Foss Gård.

December 10, 2018  The conference proceedings are now on-line, published by Linköping University Electronic Press (ISSN 1650-3740; ISBN 978-91-7685-137-1).

November 30, 2018  Only two more weeks until the conference!  We have finalized the schedule of presentations and more information regarding the panel discussion.

November 9, 2018  The programme committee has accepted 15 (out of 21) submissions for presentation at the workshop; please see the list of accepted papers and keynote abstractsOn-line registration, allowing secure credit card payments, is now open.

October 1, 2018  Registration fees have been published.  Thanks to financial support from the University of Oslo, participation in TLT 2018 is comparatively affordable, in fact mildly below previous years.

September 15, 2018  An updated version of the TLT submission templates is available; the formatting is unchanged, but references to NoDaLiDa 2013 from which we had adapted these templates have been removed.

September 12, 2018  Publication of the Second Call for Papers, including an exteded deadline for paper submissions (to Monday, October 8, 2018) and an announcement of the two invited speakers.

July 1, 2018  Publication of the First Call for Papers—we look forward to welcoming the world to cozy Oslo in mid-December and giving everyone a good sense of winter and Scandinavian pre-holiday spirit.

Published June 22, 2018 11:29 AM - Last modified Dec. 11, 2018 11:10 PM