The LiMo project members won several awards for their innovative research:

Best Poster Award at the 2nd Summer School on Argumentation: Computational and Linguistic Perspectives, September 8-12, 2016, Potsdam, Germany
for the poster "Argumentative Reasoning, Clause Types and Implicit Knowledge" by Maria Becker

Best Presentation Award  at the Discourse Lab Workshop „Corpus tools in comparison“, Department of German Studies, Heidelberg University, October 6, 2017, Heidelberg, Germany
for the presentation "Four Tools, one corpus, one question: 'Peace, Freedom, Security -- Context-Sensitive Meaning Analysis of Three Concepts in the Bundestag Debates'" by Maria Becker

ACL 2017 Outstanding Paper Award at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, July 30-August 4, 2017, Vancouver, Canada
for the paper "Detecting annotation noise in automatically labelled data" by Ines Rehbein and Josef Ruppenhofer

Best Paper Award at the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL 2017), September 18-21, 2017, Thessaloniki, Greece
for the paper "RussianFlu-DE: A German Corpus for a Historical Epidemic with Temporal Annotation" by Van Canh Tran, Katja Markert and Wolfgang Nejdl

Best Paper Award in the Category "Best Linguistic Analysis" at the 27th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2018), August 20-26, 2018, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
for the paper "Distinguishing affixoid formations from compounds" by Josef Ruppenhofer, Michael Wiegand, Rebecca Wilm and Katja Markert

Best Paper Award at the 1st Workshop on Knowledge Base Construction, Reasoning and Mining (KBCOM 2018), February 9, 2018, Los Angeles, California, USA
for the paper "Analysis of the Impact of Negative Sampling on Link Prediction in Knowledge Graphs" by Bhushan Kotnis and Vivi Nastase

Best Student Paper Award at the 2nd Conference on Language, Data and Knowledge (LDK 2019), May 20-23, 2019, Leipzig, Germany
for the paper "Exploiting Background Knowledge for Argumentative Relation Classification" by Jonathan Kobbe, Juri Opitz, Maria Becker, Ioana Hulpus, Heiner Stuckenschmidt and Anette Frank (collaboration with ExpLAIN project)

Best Student Paper Award Nomination at the International Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA 2020), Perugia, Italy (online)
for the paper "Argumentative Relation Classification with Background Knowledge" by Debjit Paul, Juri Opitz, Maria Becker, Jonathan Kobbe, Graeme Hirst and Anette Frank