The Joint LXIX. Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft and Tagung der Computerlinguistik-Studierenden 2021 invites the submission of talks, posters and workshops on student research, projects and aquired skills in linguistics and computational linguistics. Submitted talks are about 20 minutes in length (plus 10 minutes for discussion) and may vary from introductions to niche subjects that are not taught in conventional linguistics education to presenting your bachelors thesis. Please read the information on this page carefully.
If you want to teach an aquired skill, give some more hands-on examples or want to dive deeper into a topic, you may also give a longer interactive workshop. Workshops require more planning from our end, so please contact us with your workshop sketch well before the submission deadline so we can work out the details and slotting with you.
You may also present your research in the format of a poster during a poster session during the conference. Please submit your poster at least a week before the conference to email@example.com.
The joint conference covers the full range of linguistics and computational linguistics research:
- Linguistic Aquisition & Education
- Computational Linguistics & Natural Language Processing
- Historical & Comparative Linguistics
- Language Philosophy
- Individual Philologies
- Phonetics & Phonology
- Semantics & Pragmatics
You can submit your talk at talks.stuts.de as soon as the Call for Participation opens. Talks are scheduled to be thrirty minutes in length, consisting of twenty minutes presentation and ten minutes discussion. When registering at talks.stuts.de, please put your full name under Public Name, this is the name that will be printed in the program. Please select Lecture (Vortrag) as event type for your talk. Submissions that do not follow the standard duration or are filed under the wrong event type might not be considered in time for the conference. If you are unsure of anything during the submission process, please don’t hesitate to ask the conference team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If there are multiple people giving the talk, please only submit the talk once. Both presenters should register at talks.stuts.de beforehand.
Citation and Comparison
You are expected to cite all refereed publications relevant to your submission, but you may be excused for not knowing about all unpublished work (especially work that has been recently posted and/or is not widely cited). Please provide the citation list either directly through talks.stuts.de or at the end of your slide deck.
Slides, Supplemental Material and Feedback
We ask you to upload your slides and if applicable supplemantal material to your talk to talks.stuts.de soon after the conference. This would also be a good time to check your talk’s page for any feedback the participants might have given you in the meantime.
The standard presentation format will be a live talk through the conference software. There will be ample opportunity before the conference to screen the software for any technical difficulties. If you cannot present live through our platform and software, please inform the team (email@example.com) as soon as possible and we’ll work out an alternative format with you.