2024 The 9th Workshop on Noisy and User-generated Text (W-NUT)

March 22, 2024 — collocated with EACL 2024.

The WNUT workshop focuses on core NLP tasks (e.g., POS/NER tagging and translation; not computational social science) over user-generated text, such as that found on social media, web forums, online reviews, digital health records, or language learner essays.

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Invited Speakers

Jennifer Foster
Dublin City University
Yvette Graham
Trinity College Dublin

Important Dates

Call for Papers

We seek submissions of long and short papers on original and unpublished work (same page limit as the EACL 2024 main conference). All accepted submissions will be presented as talks and/or posters at the workshop, following the EACL 2024 main conference.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

Submissions should conform to the ACL style guidelines. Long and short paper submissions must be anonymized. Please submit your papers via OpenReview. Or commit them via ARR.

Double Submission Policy: Papers that have been or will be submitted to other meetings or publications must indicate at submission time. Authors of a paper accepted for presentation must notify the workshop organizers by the camera-ready deadline as to whether the paper will be presented or withdrawn.

If you would like to present your EACL findings paper at WNUT, please fill out the following form before January 29th.

Workshop Programme

The schedule for our workshop can be found in the following pdf and in html format.


Rob van der Goot
Associate Professor
IT University of Copenhagen
Max Müller-Eberstein
IT University of Copenhagen
JinYeong Bak
Assistant Professor
SungKyunKwan University
Wei Xu
Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology
Alan Ritter
Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology
Tim Baldwin
MBZUAI and University of Melbourne



Program Committee

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