The second ELG open call for pilot projects was closed on 30 November 2020. In total, 103 project proposals were accepted for evaluation with applicants from 28 countries. All proposals were evaluated by three independent experts and by the ELG Pilot Board. The Pilot Board selected five projects amounting for a funding of EUR 584,396 in total.
The second open call was also the last one funded within the runtime of the ELG project. In both calls combined, we supported 15 projects from eight different countries amounting for almost 2 million EUR. These projects are executed by ten research organisations and five SMEs. There are eleven projects that focus on contributing resources, services, tools, or data sets to the European Language Grid platform to increase its coverage, whilst four projects are developing applications, using language resources and technologies available in the ELG platform.
Congratulations to all successful applicants and a big thank you for all submitted projects and all the effort dedicated to the second open call. All applicants will receive a brief feedback on their project proposal in the upcoming weeks.
|Organisation||Project Title||Country||Funding awarded||Completed||Results|
|Institute for Bulgarian Language "Prof. Lyubomir Andreychin"||Multilingual Image Corpus 2021||Bulgaria||EUR 110,960||☑||Video|
|EDIA BV||CEFR Labelling and Assessment Services||Netherlands||EUR 137,560||☑||Video|
|University of West Bohemia||Motion Capture 3D Sign Language Resources||Czechia||EUR 85,421||☑||Video|
|Sapienza University of Rome||Universal Semantic Annotator: A Unified API for Multilingual WSD, SRL and AMR annotations||Italy||EUR 113,228||☑||Video|
|Sign Time GmbH||Sign language explanations for terms in a text||Austria||EUR 137,227||☑||Video|
The first rejected proposal has received 283 out of 375 points. Learn more about the evaluation criteria here.
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