Call for participation: The Third International Workshop on Systems and Frameworks for Computational Morphology (SFCM 2013)

Event Notification Type: 
Call for Participation
Abbreviated Title: 
SFCM 2013
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Friday, 6 September 2013
Contact Email: 
Cerstin Mahlow
Michael Piotrowski



The Third International Workshop on Systems and Frameworks
for Computational Morphology (SFCM 2013)

Registration and program:

Workshop date: Friday, September 6, 2013

Location: Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany

Deadline for registration: July 19, 2013


SFCM brings together researchers and developers in the area of
computational morphology. The focus of SFCM are actual, working
systems and frameworks based on linguistic principles and providing
linguistically motivated analyses and/or generation on the basis of
linguistic categories.

In 2013, SFCM will take place for the third time. We are happy to
announce that the keynote for SFCM 2013 will be given by Georg Rehm of
DFKI Berlin and META-NET.

You are cordially invited to attend SFCM 2011, listen to the talks,
watch the demos, and participate in the discussions--and join us for a
nice dinner after the workshop. Please register online at before July 19, 2013.


Date: Friday, September 6, 2013

Location: Humboldt-Universität
Campus Mitte
Dorotheenstraße 24‎
10117 Berlin

Workshop Contact Address:

Please register online before July 19, 2013.

Registration and program:


Note: On September 5, 2013 (i.e., on the day before SFCM), a workshop
on Corpus-Based Historical Linguistics will take place at
Humboldt-Universität, in the same building. For more information,
please see


Accepted Papers

* HFST—a System for Creating NLP Tools (Krister Lindén, Erik
Axelson, Senka Drobac, Sam Hardwick, Juha Kuokkala, Jyrki Niemi,
Tommi Pirinen, and Miikka Silfverberg)

* Verbal Morphosyntactic Disambiguation through Topological Field
Recognition in German-Language Law Texts (Kyoko Sugisaki and
Stefan Höfler)

* A Case Study in Tagging Case in German: An assessment of
statistical approaches (Simon Clematide)

* A Rule-based Morphosemantic Parser for French for a Fine-grained
Semantic Annotation of Texts (Fiammetta Namer)

* Jabalín: a Comprehensive Computational Model of Modern Standard
Arabic Verbal Morphology Based on Traditional Arabic Prosody
(Alicia González Martínez, Susana López Hervás, Doaa Samy, Carlos
G. Arques, and Antonio Moreno Sandoval)

* A System for Archivable Grammar Documentation (Michael Maxwell)

* Implementing a Formal Model of Inflectional Morphology (Benoît
Sagot and Géraldine Walther)


Hope to see you in Berlin,

Cerstin Mahlow and Michael Piotrowski