Call for papers

The 10th Conference

Human Language Technologies - the Baltic Perspective

Riga, Latvia
October 6-7, 2022

Conference aims

The aim of the Tenth Baltic Conference "Human Language Technologies - the Baltic Perspective" is to provide a forum for the sharing of new ideas and recent advances in human language processing and to promote cooperation between the research communities of computer science, linguistics and digital humanities from the Baltic states and the rest of the world.

The conference aims to bring together researchers, developers and users from the fields of natural language processing, computational linguistics and digital humanities to discuss state-of-the-art of human language technologies (HLT) in the Baltic states, to exchange information, to find new synergies and to promote initiatives for international cooperation.

The event is also important for gathering and consolidating ideas related to cooperation through EU Research and Innovation programmes.


Conference topics

Organisers of the Tenth Baltic Conference invites authors to submit papers for oral, poster or demonstration  presentations on substantial, original, and unpublished research in the area of natural language processing and language technologies, as well as survey and discussion papers, including but not limited to the following topics:

•    Application of Language technologies

•    Compilation of language and speech resources

•    Language Technologies for Digital Humanities 

•    Human-Computer Interaction

•    Information retrieval and extraction

•    Issues in the design, construction and use of LRs: text, speech, multimodality

•    Lexicons, terminology and ontologies

•    Machine learning

•    Machine Translation

•    Methods and tools for language processing

•    Multilingual issues, language coverage and diversity, less-resourced languages

•    Multimodal language technologies and solutions

•    Natural Language Understanding

•    Ontologies, terminology and knowledge representation

•    Open, linked and shared data and tools, open and collaborative architectures

•    Question answering

•    Speech recognition and synthesis

•    Research infrastructures

•    Language Technologies in Education

•    Text and speech corpora

We especially welcome original research on processing languages of three Baltic countries - Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian. 


The open access conference proceedings will be published by Baltic Journal of Modern Computing indexed by Web of Science Core Collection, Scopus and DBPL.

Submissions and dates

Deadline of paper submission: May 20, 2022. Authors are invited to submit anonymous papers in PDF format. Submissions can be full papers (8 -12 pages, including references), short papers (6-8 pages, including references) or system demonstration (4-6 pages, including references). Authors should follow the format defined by the BJMC template: If you prefer LaTeX, following template could be used. Submissions should be made through EasyChair conference manager and will be blind reviewed by at least two evaluators.