Conference History

RANLP-2021 belongs to a sequence of events with similar name and continues the tradition of the following successful events:

The Summer schools "Current topics in Computational Linguistics" and the RANLP-events has always been a meeting venue of scientists coming from all parts of the world. All participants greatly benefit from talks and exchange of ideas and experience.

The selection rate of the regular RANLP papers is very high: 14% for RANLP-2005, 11% for RANLP-2007, 10% for RANLP-2009, 17% for RANLP-2011, 12% for RANLP-2013, 22% for RANLP-2015, 14% for RANLP-2017 and 8.7% for RANLP-2019. Selected papers from RANLP-95, RANLP-97, RANLP-2003, RANLP-2005 and RANLP-2007 were published by John Benjamins in the series "Current Issues in Linguistic Theory". After 2009, all papers accepted at the main conference, the student research workshop and the associated workshops, are available at the ACL Anthology. After 2017, all papers at the RANLP events have DOI numbers and all Proceedings have ISBN-numbers. The SJR rank of RANLP, calculated by Scimago Journal & Country Rank, is shown here

The EuroConference RANLP-2001 was supported by the European Commission as a High Level Scientific Conference, Contract number HPCF-2000-00329. The International Conference RANLP-2003 was supported by the European Commission under an IST FP5 conference grant. The International Conference RANLP-2005 was supported by the European Commission as a Marie Curie Large Conference, contract MLCF-CT-2004-013233. The International Conference RANLP-2007 was partially supported by the European Commission via the project BIS-21++, FP6 contract no. INCO-CT-2005-016639 and Xerox Research Centre Europe. After 2009, all RANLP events are supported by OntoText, Bulgaria. In addition RANLP-2013 and RANLP-2015 were supported by the AComIn Project, contract number FP7-REGPOT-2012-2013-1, FP7 Capacity Programme, Research Potential of Convergence Regions. RANLP-2017 was also supported by the Bulgarian National Science Fund via Grant DPMNF 01/23 as well as by Ontotext and Identrics. RANLP-2019 was supported by the Bulgarian National Science Fund as well as by Ontotext and IRIS.AI.