Award: Test-of-Time Paper on Computational Linguistics Goal and Criteria: We aim to select 1-3 influential and inspiring Computational Linguistics (CL) papers which were published between 2002-2012 at the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) conferences (including ACL, NAACL, EACL, EMNLP and CONLL), workshops and journals (including TACL and CL journal), to recognize research that has had … Continue reading New Award: Test-of-Time Paper
We thank our phenomenal group of Area Chairs for their willingness to serve in this role! As your submissions come in, they will be assigned to an area chair using a combination of factors: the area(s) you specify in the submission form, any conflicts of interest with the corresponding area chairs, the match between your … Continue reading Area Chairs
We have a new and more structured submission form for NAACL HLT 2018. Here we present the new items and explain who will see authors’ responses to them.Some questions and instructions result from our goal to manage the integrity and quality of the publication process. Instructions: Policies for Submission and Citation – this section links to … Continue reading Submission Form
As NAACL 2018 is the first conference to apply the new ACL policies for submission, review and citation, there are naturally many questions about how and why these policies were put in place. The NAACL Program Chairs have therefore asked me, as President of the ACL, to give a little background on the new policies. In … Continue reading ACL Submission Policies – Whence and Whither?
We have sent out invitations to potential program committee members. In about 10% of cases, our invitation emails bounced because the individual’s email in START was not up to date. We estimate that an additional 10% of invitations have been unread due to the same issue. If you would like to be considered for the … Continue reading PSA to Potential Program Committee Members
We would like to introduce ourselves and our goals for NAACL HLT 2018. Who are we? Heng Ji is Edward P. Hamilton Development Chair Professor of Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Her research expertise is on Information Extraction and Knowledge Base Population. She was selected as "Young Scientist" and a member of the Global Future … Continue reading Introduction from the Program Co-Chairs
Hi, Welcome to the NAACL-HLT 2018 Blog! As General Chair, and on behalf of the whole organizing committee, we invite you to participate in NAACL in in New Orleans, where we expect to host the biggest NAACL ever. The program chairs Amanda Stent (Bloomberg) and Heng Ji (RPI) have put together a great program committee … Continue reading NAACL-HLT 2018 Chairs Blog