The prize is assigned to a paper that satisfies the following criteria: (i) the first author of the paper is either a Master or a PhD student at the date of the paper submission, and (ii) the paper has been presented at the conference by the student in an oral session.
The candidates’ papers will be evaluated by a jury composed by three members, including at least one of the co-chairs of the CLiC-it conference. The jury will decide in consensus to which candidate the prize will be awarded.
The authors of the awarded paper will be invited to submit an extended version of the paper to the Italian Journal of Computational Linguistics (IJCoL).
List of awardees:
- 2019: Simon Preissner, Aurelie Herbelot. To Be Fair: A Case for Cognitively-Inspired Models of Meaning.
- 2018: Danilo Croce, Daniele Rossini, Roberto Basili. On the Readability of Deep Learning Models: the role of Kernel-based Deep Architectures.
- 2017: Ludovica Pannitto, Lavinia Salicchi, Alessandro Lenci. AHyDA: Automatic Hypernym Detection with feature Augmentation.
- 2016: Edoardo Maria Ponti, Elisabetta Jezek, Bernardo Magnini. Grounding the Lexical Sets of Causative-Inchoative Verbs with Word Embedding.
- 2015: Daniele Bonadiman, Aliaksei Severyn, Alessandro Moschitti. Deep Neural Networks for Named Entity Recognition in Italian.
- 2014: Pierpaolo Basile, Annalina Caputo, Giovanni Semeraro. Analysing Word Meaning over Time by Exploiting Temporal Random Indexing.