CALL FOR PAPERS You are invited to submit excellent papers and letters to the Northern European Journal of Language Technology (NEJLT). NEJLT is a global journal that publishes peer-reviewed language technology and computational linguistics research on all languages. https://www.nejlt.org ### SCOPE NEJLT invites manuscripts from anywhere in the world that present excellent research in the field of language technology and natural language processing. Work on all languages is welcome. * Language focus: * Global; no specific focus. Research on all and any languages is invited. * Topics of interest: including but not limited to * Cognitive Modeling and Psycholinguistics * Computational Social Science and Social Media * Dialogue and Interactive Systems * Discourse and Pragmatics * Ethics and NLP * Generation of language * Information Extraction * Information Retrieval and Text Mining * Interpretability and Analysis of Models for NLP * Language Grounding to Vision, Robotics and Beyond * Theory and Formalism in NLP (Linguistic and Mathematical) * Machine Learning for NLP * Machine Translation * NLP Applications * Phonology, Morphology and Word Segmentation * Question Answering * Resources and Evaluation * Semantics: Lexical * Semantics: Sentence Level * Semantics: Textual Inference and Other Areas of Semantics * Sentiment Analysis, Stylistic Analysis, and Argument Mining * Speech and Multimodality * Summarization * Syntax: Tagging, Chunking and Parsing * Works focusing on Northern European languages are encouraged, with the same requirements of excellence The editor-in-chief of NEJLT is appointed by the North European Association for Language Technology. This geographical connection gives the journal its name, though the journal itself does not have a Northern European language focus. More on NEJLT's scope is at: https://www.nejlt.org/ ### SUBMISSION TYPES NEJLT accepts (1) full articles, and (2) letters. Full articles are to be given a subtype. The types available at NEJLT from 2020 are: * Computationally-aided linguistic analysis * NLP engineering experiment paper * Reproduction paper * Resource paper * Position paper * Survey Paper NEJLT Letters on computational linguistics and natural language processing should be around 1000 words long, and are given a special, dedicated review process. More information about submission types and information for authors is at: https://www.nejlt.org/authorinfo/ ### ABOUT THE JOURNAL NEJLT publishes in the field of language technology, i.e. Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, and related topics. Research focused on any natural language is invited. NEJLT invites both journal articles and academic letters, and has a multi-iteration reviewing process, where revisions are a possibility. The reviewing philosophy of the journal is to minimise reviewing biases, and also to provide constructive, helpful feedback during the review process. NEJLT is a global journal with global focus. The journal’s publisher is located in Northern Europe, hence its name, and supports the journal without charge, enabling open access publication with no costs. NEJLT is indexed by many publication indexing services, and ranked by many national bibliographic ranking systems. NEJLT accepts submissions continuously all year round. More at: https://www.nejlt.org/about/ ### ORGANIZATION * Editor-in-Chief: * Leon Derczynski, ITU Copenhagen; email@example.com * Editorial board: * Isabelle Augenstein, University of Copenhagen * Nikolaos Aletras, University of Sheffield * Rachel Bawden, INRIA, Paris * Emily M. Bender, University of Washington * Miryam de Lhoneux, Uppsala University * Nicoletta Calzolari, Institute for Computational Linguistics, NRC Italy * Ryan Cotterell, University of Cambridge * Yang Feng, Chinese Academy of Sciences * Eva Hajičová, Charles University * Marco Kuhlmann, Linköping University * Yuji Matsumoto, NAIST/Riken AIP * Joakim Nivre, Uppsala University * Ellie Pavlick, Brown University * Verena Rieser, Heriot Watt University * Vered Shwartz, Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) * Thamar Solorio, University of Houston * Mark Steedman, University of Edinburgh * Jörg Tiedemann, University of Helsinki * Bonnie Webber, Universty of Edinburgh NEJLT's editorial team is detailed at: https://www.nejlt.org/team/ ### REVIEWING NEJLT is committed to rapid and fair reviewing. NEJLT strives to preserve anonymity throughout the review process. The journal also invites revised resubmissions from select events, including the reviews from those events, including ACL, EMNLP, NAACL, EACL, AACL, and NeurIPS. For details, see: https://www.nejlt.org/review/ ### PUBLICATION AND OPEN ACCESS The ACL Anthology has accepted future inclusion of articles published in NEJLT, from in 2020. NEJLT is full open access. This means that accepted papers may be downloaded directly from the web and will not be charged for. There are also no fees for submitting or for publishing. There are no plans to collect fees at any point in the future at any part of the NEJLT process. Papers are published under the CC-BY 4.0 license. This means that NEJLT is an Open Access Gold journal. The journal is published by Linköping University press. The editor-in-chief of NEJLT is appointed by the North European Association for Language Technology. This geographical connection gives the journal its name, though the journal itself does not have a Northern European language focus. More details on NEJLT policies at: https://www.nejlt.org/policies/ ### CONTACT Please, see www.nejlt.org for further information. We look forward to seeing your manuscripts.