Call for Papers

 Important Dates

All submission dates are AoE.

Submission Types

We welcome the following three types of papers for the workshop (but other topics that are similar in spirit are also welcome):

Feel free to reach out to the organizers if you are not sure whether a specific topic is well-suited for submission.

Submission Info

Submission Instructions

We collect submission through OpenReview.

Format: Please use the EMNLP23 proceedings format.

Archival papers of up to 8 pages + references + appendix. These are papers reporting on completed, original, and unpublished research. Note that submitted papers should not be standard conference papers but should be associated with one of the categories described above.

Paper submissions are non-anonymous. Aiming to preserve anonymity may make it harder to reference and discuss one's own work. As we expect submissions to discuss work completed by the authors, we opt for non-anonymous submissions so that authors can focus on the substance and clarity of the presentation.

Accepted papers are expected to be presented at the workshop and will be published in the workshop proceedings of the ACL Anthology, meaning they cannot be published elsewhere. They should report on obtained results rather than intended work. 

Accepted submissions will be presented at the workshop as posters or as oral presentations (determined by the program committee).

Dual submissions are not allowed.

Camera-ready information

Authors of accepted archival papers should upload the final version of their paper to the submission system by the camera-ready deadline. Authors may use one extra page to address reviewer comments, for a total of nine pages + references (an optional broader impacts or ethics statement is allowed on a 10th page).