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LiRI - Linguistic Research Infrastructure


June 22, 2023

09:15   Welcome      
09:30   Opening talk   Dr. Teodora Vuković and MA Christoph Hottiger, Prof. Dr. Noah Bubenhofer
10:00   Keynote talk  

Manual and automated, qualitative and quantitative approaches to spoken interaction (Abstract)

Dr. Thomas Schmidt, Linguistic Bits

10:45   Coffee Break

Exploring the use of CNNs and audio classification for pre-processing of qualitative data (Abstract (PDF, 136 KB))

Geraldine Bengsch

Leeds Trinity University 


Towards a Semi-automatic Video Annotation Process using Ontologies and Vocabularies (Abstract (PDF, 53 KB))

Ralph Ewerth1, Matthias Springstein2, Leona Schleicher3, Bregt Lameris4, Matthias Grotkopp3 and Eric Müller-Budack2

TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, 2TIB Hannover, 3Freie Universität Berlin, 4Open University of the Netherlands


Combining longitudinal CA and corpus linguistic tools: a method to track the development of interactional competence? (Abstract (PDF, 116 KB))

Melissa Juillet

University of Neuchâtel

12:30   Lunch Break  

Framework for quantifying multimodal conversation analysis in interactional reactance research (Abstract (PDF, 159 KB))

Maximilian Krug

University Duisburg-Essen


TIB-AV-A: A Web-based video analysis platform for the digital humanities (Abstract (PDF, 517 KB))

Matthias Springstein1, Eric Müller-Budack1, Julian Sittel2, Margret Plank1, Roman Mauer2, Oksana Bulgakowa2 and Ralph Ewerth1
TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, 2Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz


Detecting and Tracking Persons in Video Recordings of Authentic Social Interaction: Analysis and Anonymization. (Abstract (PDF, 277 KB))

André Frank Krause, Anne Ferger and Karola Pitsch

University of Duisburg-Essen

15:30   Coffee Break  

Interactive workshop on cross-disciplinarity (1 hour)

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Andres Wanner, Hochschule Luzern


Workshop dinner

Restaurant Kantorei (Neumarkt 2, 8001 Zürich)

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June 23, 2023

09:15   Welcome    
09:30   Keynote talk  

Reflections on digitization in the study of multimodal interaction (Abstract)

Dr. Saul Albert, Loughborough University

10:30   Coffee Break
10:30   Panel Session (2h)  

Computational and Quantitative Approaches to Multimodal Video Analysis

All workshop participants of the conference are invited to participate in the panel. Three invited speakers will introduce topics to be discussed:

Integrating automation and quantification to multimodal analysis of interaction
Dr. Teodora Vuković and MA Christoph Hottiger, University of Zurich

Research infrastructure for computational and quantitative audio-visual analysis
Dr. Ralph Ewerth,  TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology

Multimodal corpus linguistics: Promises and pitfalls
Dr. Christoph Rühlemann, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Multidisciplinary research in the domain of language and communication
Dr. Sarah Ebling, University of Zurich