October 12-17, 2022 / Gyeongju, Republic of Korea
Information about the style files and formatting
Note: All deadlines are: 11:59 PM UTC-12:00.
COLING 2022 invites the submission of long and short papers featuring substantial, original, and unpublished research in all aspects of natural language and computation. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following (in alphabetical order):
Papers targeting any of these topics from the perspective of the Sustainability Goals of the UN are especially welcome. In order to promote research in Computational Linguistics that contributes to sustainable development, COLING 2022 will define a number of Grand Challenges for which best paper awards will be granted.
COLING 2022 invites submissions of up to eight (8) pages maximum, excluding references, for long papers, and four (4) pages, excluding references, for short papers and system demonstrations.
Long papers must describe substantial, original, completed, and unpublished work. Papers describing experimental results should include an evaluation and its analysis, preferably from the linguistic perspective. Short papers should describe a small focused contribution.
For submissions, authors must follow the two-column format of *ACL conferences using the style files. Submissions will only be accepted in PDF format including appendices, with optional supplementary materials such as software and data. Deviations from the provided templates will result in rejection without review.
The softconf submission site is available here
The detailed information for paper submission and formatting is provided here.
Papers must be of original, previously-unpublished work. Papers must be anonymized to support double-blind reviewing. If the paper is available as a preprint, this must be indicated on the submission form but not in the paper itself. In addition, COLING’2022 will follow the same policy as *ACL conferences establishing an anonymity period during which non-anonymous posting of preprints is not allowed. Also included in that policy are instructions to reviewers to not rate papers down for not citing recent preprints. Authors are asked to cite published versions of papers instead of preprint versions when possible.
Papers that have been or will be under consideration for other venues at the same time must be declared at submission time. If a paper is accepted for publication at COLING, it must be immediately withdrawn from other venues. If a paper under review at COLING is accepted elsewhere and authors intend to proceed there, the COLING committee must be notified immediately.