Information for authors

The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

Volodymyr Vynnychenko Central Ukrainian State Pedagogical University (Kropyvnytskyi, Ukraine)

Association of Ukrainian Germanists

Ukrainian Union of Translation Teachers and Scholars

Institute of Translation and Multilingual Communication, TH KÖLN (Cologne, Germany)

Department of Translation Studies, Karl-Franzens University (Graz, Austria)

Faculty of Arts, KU LEUVEN (Leuven, Belgium)

Centre for Translation Studies, University of Vienna (Vienna, Austria)

Humboldt-Centre, Ulm University (Ulm, Germany)

University College of Teacher Education Styria (Graz, Austria)

University of Wroclaw (Wroclaw, Poland)

International Information Technology University (Almaty, Kazakhstan)

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (Tbilisi, Georgia)


 Session 1. Language Systems: Problems of Their Development and Functioning in the Polyethnic and Multicultural Space (General Linguistics, Lexical Semantics, Phonology, Grammar, Vocabulary, Polycritics of Fiction and Specialized Texts, Discourse Studies).

Session 2. Language Mappings of the World: Linguacultural, Linguacognitive and Ethnolinguistic Aspects.

Session 3. Linguacultural, Sociocultural and Intercultural Problems of Translation.

Session 4. Applied Linguistics. Computer and Instructional Technology.

Session 5. Methodological Aspects of the Professional Training of Foreign Language Teachers, Foreign Literature Teachers, Translators, and Applied Linguistics Specialists.

Working languages of the conference are Ukrainian, English, German, and Russian.

Before the conference date we publish the submitted articles in Research Bulletin of Volodymyr Vynnychenko State Pedagogical University.

Our publication is listed in the Higher Attestation Committee Scholarly Publications List and is indexed in the Copernicus ICI Journals Master List.

The e-version can be retrieved from online database of Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine.

The articles will be assigned DOI index.



To take part in the conference, please apply by e-mail before deadline and attach the following materials:


1. An application for participation

The file should be named “Author’s last name – Session number – Application”  (e.g. K.Vasylenko – 1 – Application.doc).

2. A paper for publication (10-12 pages)

The file should be named “Author’s last name – Session number – Paper”  (e.g. K.Vasylenko – 1 – PAPER.doc).

Note: Should the paper contain charts, graphs, or tables which may be damaged while copying the paper, please send them in separate PDF files named “Author’s last name – Table 1”. The same request is  applied to additional fonts and/or transcription symbols.

After a short review process, the organizing committee will send you a notification confirming the arrival of documents.

The collection of papers will be published prior to the conference in mid-March 2021.



    1. Scientific papers are expected to research into the conference theme(s), set topical research objectives, provide conceptual/theoretical background, make references to the previous/latest research, employ valid methodology, substantiate research findings, draw conclusions, and justify the need for further research.

    2. Text formatting requirements: MS Word, Times New Roman, font size 14, interval 1.5, all margins 2.5 cm, indentation 1.0 cm. Citations and definitions should be given in quotation marks and supported with references.

Line 1: the title of the paper (capitalized, bold type, centered)

Line 2: the author's first and last names, city and country in brackets (bold type, centered), ORCID code.

Line 3: the author’s email (centered).

    1. The abstract cites the author’s name and surname and the paper title, includes 2,000-2,200 characters of English text and is followed by the list of keywords (5-10).

    2. References are given at the end of the paper in alphabetical order. Bibliographical references in the text are made in brackets, (Bilous, 2019). g. If you indicate the page, it should be given after semicolon, e.g. (Koller, 2012: 12–17).

    3. The article is followed by the information about the author which includes: name and surname, scientific degree and rank, job title, the name of university, and the author’s main research focus.


Please note that the organizing committee reserves the right to reject the publication of the papers that are irrelevant to the agenda of the conference and/or are inadequately formatted.