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2017-12-11 13:00 to 2017-12-12 15:30
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The Nordic CLARIN Network is coming to an end and this will be marked by a final event in Copenhagen 11–12 December, starting at noon the first day and ending in the afternoon the second day.

The main topic of the event is a focus on making data and tools available to researchers in a good way: visualisation, user interfaces, workflows, tutorials, etc.

Location; University of Copenhagen, Njalsgade 136, Copenhagen S Building 27, room 27.0.09 
(Map: http://humanities.ku.dk/contact/)

Monday 11 December
from 12:00    Sandwich
13:00- 13:15    Welcome and introduction
   Bente Maegaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
13:15- 13:45  
   The Nordic CLARIN Network: Status
   Bente Maegaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
13:45- 14:15    Visualising text complexity
   Arne Jönsson, IDA, University of Linköping, Sweden
     Two contributions from NeIC projects:
14:45- 15:15    Nordic Initiative to coordinate competence development in Digital Humanities
   Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard, DIGHUMLAB, Denmark
15:15- 15:45    Coffee break
15:45- 16:15    The Natural Language Processing Laboratory (NLPL)
   Martin Matthiesen, CSC, Finland
16:15- 16:45    PoS tagging and lemmatization for 19th century Danish
   Sussi Olsen, Bart Jongejan, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
16:45- 17:15    Distant reading with Voyant Tools: Experiences with literature from the Danish Golden Age
   Mitchell Seaton, Lene Offersgaard, Dorte Haltrup Hansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
17:15    Wrap-up of the day
   
19:00    Dinner
   
   
Tuesday 12 December
9:00- 9:30    The New Icelandic Gigaword Corpus
   Steinþór Steingrímsson, The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland
9:30- 10:00    Text Reuse Detection in Old Historical Newspapers: Method and Search Interface
   Aleksi Vesanto, University of Turku, Finland
10:00- 10:30    Adjusting Mylly towards an investigation of translated language
   Jussi Piitulainen, FIN-CLARIN, Finland
10:30- 11:00    Coffee break
11:00- 11:30    Citizen Mindscapes: Social media research toolbox
   Julian Lin, Department of social research, University of Helsinki, Finland
11:30- 12:00    Greynir, a parser and processor for Icelandic text
   Vilhjamur Thorsteinsson, Mideind ehf, Iceland
12:00- 12:45    Lunch
12:45- 13:15    Federated Content Search 2.0: An opportunity to make your resource content visible
   Leif-Jöran Olsson, Språkbanken, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
13:15- 14:15    Demos
14:15- 15:15    CLARINO: Status and prospects
   Koenraad De Smedt, University of Bergen, Norway

   FIN-CLARIN: Status and prospects
   Tero Aalto, University of Helsinki, Finland

   SWE-CLARIN: Status and prospects
   Lars Borin. University of Gothenburg, Sweden

   CLARIN-DK: Status and prospects
   Bente Maegaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

   
15:15- 15:30    Looking forward
   
   

Click here to view Power Points of the various presentations.