Papers are invited in all of the areas outlined in the Topics of interest, particularly emphasizing multidisciplinary aspects of processing such data and the interplay between clinical/nursing/medical sciences, language technology, computational linguistics, NLP, and computer science. We welcome also papers discussing problems derived from the design of relevant data samples and populations, but also the exploitation of results and outcomes as well as legal and ethical questions on how to deal with such data and make it available. Furthermore, the workshop solicits papers describing original research. Papers may preferably describe substantial and completed work, but may also focus on a contribution, a negative result, an interesting application nugget, a software package, a small, focused contribution or work in progress. The workshop will act as a stimulus for the discussion of several ongoing research questions driving current and future research and challenges by bringing together researchers from various research communities.
RaPID-2022 will be a full-day LREC workshop to be held on Saturday the 25th of June 2022. The oral presentations will be allocated 10-20 minutes (please see the program for details), possibly, followed by a common poster session (depending on the volume of received submissions). Submitted papers must be formatted according to the camera-ready style for LREC 2022 (style guidelines, templates etc. for the camera-ready papers) provided here: LREC's main conference page/Submission),
and submitted electronically in PDF format through the SOFTCONF - conference manager page. Authorship does not have to be anonymous and papers should be 4-8 pages of content. Additional, unlimited pages containing the list of references and appendices are allowed. We will strive to have all submissions reviewed by at least three, or more, members of the program committee. Depending on the volume of contributions, papers that describe systems or tools will be invited to give a demo of their system during a poster session.
First call for papers: Thu., 30th of December, 2021 Second call for papers: Fri., 4th of February, 2022 Final call for papers: Fri., 25th of March, 2022 Submission deadline: Sat., 9th of April, 2022 [extended]
Submit your paper HERE (softconf) Notification of acceptance: Tue., 3rd of May, 2022 Camera-ready version due: Mon., 23rd of May, 2022 Workshop proceedings due: Tue., 31st of May, 2022
Workshop date (as a hybrid event): Sat., 25th of June, 2022