Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • processing of any under-resourced language (covering less-resourced, under-resourced, endangered, minority, and minoritized languages);
  • cognitive and linguistic studies of under-resourced languages;
  • fast resources acquisition: text and speech corpora, parallel texts, dictionaries, grammars, and language models;
  • zero resource speech technologies and self-supervised learning;
  • cross-lingual and multi-lingual acoustic and lexical modeling;
  • speech recognition and synthesis for under-resourced languages and dialects;
  • machine translation and spoken dialogue systems;
  • applications of spoken language technologies for under-resourced languages;
  • special topics:
    • Celtic language technology;
    • spoken language technologies for under-resourced languages via education.

We also welcome various typologies of papers:

  • research papers;
  • position papers for reflective considerations of methodological, best practice, institutional issues (e.g., ethics, data ownership, speakers’ community involvement, de-colonizing approaches);
  • research posters for work-in-progress projects in the early stage of development or description of new resources;
  • demo papers, and early-career/student papers, to be submitted as extended abstracts and presented as posters.