For those who wish to apply for a visa to attend COLING2016, please follow the instruction below and send the complete Visa Application Form to the Secretariat of COLING2016 (firstname.lastname@example.org) by October 31, 2016.
Please note that all of the fields on the application form must be filled out in order for your application to be processed properly. You will be asked to provide your flight and accommodation information as well as your 'Registration Number', which will be given upon the completion of your registration. The application process usually takes more than a month, therefore, we highly recommend that you submit the form at your earliest convenience.
General information regarding a visa application is available here (the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan), and please do not hesitate to contact the Secretariat, if you have any questions or queries.
If you have any questions regarding your VISA application, please feel free to contact the Secretariat of COLING2016 (email@example.com).
Please register at the following site:https://v3.apollon.nta.co.jp/coling2016/
[ Early Registration (CLOSED) ]
October 20 (Thu) October 25 (Tue), 2016, 23:59 JST(GMT+9)
[ Late Registration ] November 20 (Sun), 2016, 23:59 JST(GMT+9)
[ Onsite Registration ] December 11 (Sun) - December 16 (Fri), 2016
|Early Fees (CLOSED)|
~ October 25 23:59 JST
~ November 20 23:59 JST
|Main Conference||Regular Delegate||¥61,000||¥88,000||¥98,000|
|Early Fees (CLOSED)|
~ October 25 23:59 JST
~ November 20 23:59 JST
|with main conf.||W/T only||with main conf.||W/T only||with main conf.||W/T only|
|1-Day Workshops||Regular Delegate||¥14,000||¥20,000||¥20,000||¥25,000||¥26,000||¥30,000|
|Half-Day Workshops||Regular Delegate||¥7,000||¥10,000||¥10,000||¥12,500||¥13,000||¥15,000|
Registration for the Main conference includes:
*Attendance at all sessions of COLING 2016 main conference from Tuesday to Friday.
*Coffee Breaks & Lunch Boxes, December 13-16.
*Welcome Reception on Monday, December 12.
*Conference Dinner on Wednesday, December 14.
*Half day excursion to Nara on Wednesday, December 14.
Registration without the Main conference (Workshop or Tutorial Only) includes:
*Attendance at the chosen Workshop(s) or Tutorial(s) only.
*Conference Dinner and Excursion are NOT included.
*Coffee Break(s) of session.
COLING 2016 will assist student participants with registration subsidies. Successful applicants for the Student Support Program will receive all-inclusive free registration, including the main conference, workshops, tutorials, reception, excursion and banquet.
Applicants for the Student Support Program will be evaluated based on the material they submit in their application packages (see below for the submission requirements). Preference will be given to students who are presenting a paper in the main conference or submitting a paper to any of the associated workshops.
Applicants for the Student Support Program must be full-time students and should submit two documents by October 5: (1) the application form and (2) a one-page CV.
Applications should be sent to StudentSupport AT coling2016.anlp.jp. The subject field of your email should start with "Application for the COLING 2016 Student Support Program".
Applicants SHOULD NOT register until the program acceptance notification (October 12). Applicants selected for the Support Program do not have to register; they will be automatically registered to the conference. Applicants who are not selected must register by October 20 in order to qualify for the early rates. Students should make travel and accommodation arrangements independent of the results of their application.
Application deadline: October 5, 2016
Notification of acceptance: October 12, 2016
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|Main Conference||October 10|
|System Demonstrations||October 14|
6th Workshop on South and Southeast Asian Natural Language Processing (WSSANLP2016)|
Grammar and Lexicon: interactions and interfaces (GramLex)|
The 2nd Workshop on Noisy User-generated Text (WNUT)|
Language Technology Resources and Tools for Digital Humanities (LT4DH)|
Computational Linguistics for Linguistic Complexity (CL4LC)|
Clinical Natural Language Processing Workshop (ClinicalNLP)|
Workshop on Speech-centric Natural Language Processing (SCSLP)|
Open Knowledge Base and Question Answering Workshop (OKBQA 2016)|
Sixth Workshop on Hybrid Approaches to Translation (HyTra6)|
The 3rd Workshop on Asian Translation (WAT2016)|
5th International Workshop on Computational Terminology (CompuTerm2016)|
Third Workshop on NLP for Similar Languages, Varieties and Dialects (VarDial3)|
The 3rd Workshop on Natural Language Processing Techniques for Educational Applications (NLPTEA2016)|
Extra-Propositional Aspects of Meaning in Computational Linguistics (ExProM)|
Fifth Workshop on Building and Evaluating Resources for Biomedical Text Mining (BioTxtM2016)|
Third International Workshop on Worldwide Language Service Infrastructure and Second Workshop on Open Infrastructures and Analysis Frameworks for Human Language Technologies (WLSI3nOIAF2)|
Cognitive Aspects of the Lexicon (CogALex - V)|
The 12th Workshop on Asian Language Resources (ALR12)|
Workshop on Computational Modeling of People's Opinions, Personality, and Emotions in Social Media (PEOPLES)|
The actual dates may vary for each workshop.
Please see workshop sites.
September 25: Submission deadline
October 16: Author notification
October 30: Camera ready due by Authors
Please see Archives/CF Workshop Proposals
Key-Sun Choi School of Computing - KAIST
Yusuke Miyao National Institute of Informatics - Japan
Monica Monachini Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale "A Zampolli" - CNR
August 26, 2016: Paper submission deadline
September 30, 2016: Author notification
October 14, 2016: Camera-ready PDF due
The 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics
December 11-16, 2016
The COLING 2016 Demonstration Program Committee invites proposals for system demonstrations. The demonstration program is part of the main conference program and aims at showcasing working systems that apply a wide range of conference topics. The session will provide opportunities to exchange ideas gained from implementing NLP systems, and to obtain feedback from expert users.
COLING 2016 will be held in Osaka, Japan from 11-16 December 2016.
The COLING conference has a history that dates back to the 1960s. It is held every two years and regularly attracts more than 700 delegates. The conference has developed into one of the premier Natural Language Processing (NLP) conferences worldwide and is a major international event for the presentation of new research results and for the demonstration of new systems and techniques in the broad field of Computational Linguistics and NLP.
COLING 2016 solicits demonstrations on original and unpublished research on the following topics, including, but not limited to:
The submissions should address the following questions:
The maximum submission length is 4 pages (including references). Papers shall be submitted in English and must conform to the official COLING 2016 style guidelines available on the conference website. The anonymisation of submissions is optional. If authors choose to remain anonymous, it is their responsibility to take every measure to conceal potentially identifying information.
Submission and reviewing will be managed in the START system:
The only acceptable format for submissions is PDF. Accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings in a dedicated volume for demonstration systems.
Hideo Watanabe, IBM Research – Tokyo
Ai Ti Aw, Institute for Infocomm Research
Eiji Aramaki, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Riza Batista-Navarro, NaCTeM, University of Manchester
Kay Berkling, Cooperative State University, Karlsruhe
Hervé Blanchon, Université Grenoble Alpes – Laboratoire LIG
Christian Boitet, CLIPS-IMAG équipe GETA
Hailong Cao, Harbin Institute of Technology
Michael Carl, Cophenhagen Business School
Vittorio Castelli, IBM Research
Luong Chi Mai, Institute of Information Technology (IOIT)
Tsuneaki Kato, The University of Tokyo
Hideto Kazawa, Google Inc.
Mitesh M. Khapra, IBM Research - India
Genichiro Kikui, Okayama Prefectural University
Mamoru Komachi, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Mathieu Lafourcade, The Montpellier Laboratory of Informatics, Robotics and Microelectronics
Séamus Lawless, ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin
Young-suk Lee, IBM Research
Qun Liu, Dublin City University
Teruko Mitamura, Carnegie Mellon University
Shinsuke Mori, Kyoto University
Kiyonori Ohtake, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Stefan Riezler, Heidelberg University
Hammam Riza, Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT)
Manabu Sassano, Yahoo Japan Corporation
Koichi Takeda, IBM Research - Tokyo
Takaaki Tanaka, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Lamia Tounsi, ADAPT Centre, Dublin City University
E Umamaheswari Vasanthakumar, Nanyang Technological University
Jason D. Williams, Microsoft Research
Youzheng Wu, iQIYI
Hai Zhao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Accepted Papers (Oral)
Accepted Papers (Poster)
An Interactive System for Exploring Community Question Answering Forums
Authors: Enamul Hoque, Shafiq Joty, Lluís Màrquez, Alberto Barrón-Cedeño, Alessandro Moschitti, Giovanni Da San Martino, Preslav Nakov, Salvatore Romeo and Giuseppe Carenini
NLmaps: A Natural Language Interface to Query OpenStreetMap
Authors: Carolin Lawrence and Stefan Riezler
THE HANDLING OF UNKNOWN WORDS IN URDU TO PUNJABI MACHINE TRANSLATION
Authors: Umrinder Pal Singh, Vishal Goyal and Gurpreet Lehal
Universal Post-editing Interface for Analyzing Human Behavior in Adaptive Translation Environments
Authors: Patrick Simianer
Word Midas Powered by StringNet: A Tool Suite for Discovering Lexicogrammar in Situ
Authors: David Wible and Nai-Lung Tsao
`BonTen' – Corpus Concordance System for `NINJAL Web Japanese Corpus'
Authors: Masayuki Asahara, Kazuya KAWAHARA, Yuya TAKEI, Hideto MASUOKA, Yasuko OHBA, Yuki TORII, Toru MORII, Yuki TANAKA, Kikuo Maekawa, Sachi KATO and Hikari KONISHI
Demonstration of ChaKi.NET -- beyond the corpus search system
Authors: Masayuki Asahara, Yuji Matsumoto and Toshio MORITA
A Prototype Automatic Simultaneous Interpretation System
Authors: Xiaolin Wang, Andrew Finch, Masao Utiyama and Eiichiro Sumita
MuTUAL: A Controlled Authoring Support System Enabling Contextual Machine Translation
Authors: Rei Miyata, Anthony Hartley, Kyo Kageura, Cecile Paris, Masao Utiyama and Eiichiro Sumita
Joint search in a bilingual valency lexicon and an annotated corpus
Authors: Eva Fučíková, Jan Hajic and Zdenka Uresova
Experiments in Candidate Phrase Selection for Financial Named Entity Extraction - A Demo
Authors: Hassan Alam, Aman Kumar, Tina Werner and Manan Vyas
VoxSim: A Visual Platform for Modeling Motion Language
Authors: Nikhil Krishnaswamy and James Pustejovsky
TextImager: a Distributed UIMA-based System for NLP
Authors: Wahed Hemati, Tolga Uslu and Alexander Mehler
DISCO: A System Leveraging Semantic Search in Document Review
Authors: Ngoc Phuoc An Vo, Caroline Privault and Fabien Guillot
pke: an open source python-based keyphrase extraction toolkit
Authors: Florian Boudin
Langforia: Language Pipelines for Annotating Large Collections of Documents
Authors: Marcus Klang and Pierre Nugues
Anita: An Intelligent Text Adaptation Tool
Authors: Gustavo Paetzold and Lucia Specia
HistoryComparator: Interactive Across-Time Comparison in Document Archives
Authors: Adam Jatowt and Marc Bron
On-line Multilingual Linguistic Services
Authors: Eric Wehrli, Yves Scherrer and Luka Nerima
CATaLog Online: A Web-based CAT Tool for Distributed Translation with Data Capture for APE and Translation Process Research
Authors: Santanu Pal, Sudip Kumar Naskar, Marcos Zampieri, Tapas Nayak and Josef van Genabith
Interactive Relation Extraction in Main Memory Database Systems
Authors: Rudolf Schneider, Cordula Guder, Torsten Kilias, Alexander Löser, Jens Graupmann and Oleksandr Kozachuk
An Open Source Library for Semantic-Based Datetime Resolution
Authors: Aurélie Merlo and Denis Pasin
TASTY: Interactive Entity Linking As-You-Type
Authors: Sebastian Arnold, Robert Dziuba and Alexander Löser
What topic do you want to hear about? A bilingual talking robot using English and Japanese Wikipedias
Authors: Graham Wilcock and Kristiina Jokinen
Annotating Discourse Relations with the PDTB Annotator
Authors: Alan Lee, Rashmi Prasad, Bonnie Webber and Aravind K. Joshi
Opinion Retrieval Systems using Tweet-external Factors
Authors: Yoon-Sung Kim, Young-In Song and Hae-Chang Rim
TextPro-AL: An Active Learning Platform for Flexible and Efficient Production of Training Data for NLP Tasks
Authors: Bernardo Magnini, Anne-Lyse Minard, Mohammed R. H. Qwaider and Manuela Speranza
SideNoter: Scholarly Paper Browsing System based on PDF Restructuring and Text Annotation
Authors: Takeshi Abekawa and Akiko Aizawa
MAGES: A Multilingual Angle integrated Grouping based Entity Summarization system
Authors: Eun-kyung Kim
Sensing Emotions of Messages Before Reading: An Application and Deployment Study
Authors: Shih-Ming Wang, Chun-Hui Scott Lee, Yu-Chun Lo, Ting-Hao Huang and Lun-Wei Ku
A Meaning-based English Math Word Problem Solver with Understanding, Reasoning and Explanation
Authors: Chao-Chun Liang, Shih-Hong Tsai, Ting-Yun Chang, Yi-Chung Lin and Keh-Yih Su
Valencer: an API to Query Valence Patterns in FrameNet
Authors: Alexandre Kabbach and Corentin Ribeyre
The Open Framework for Developing Knowledge Base And Question Answering System
Authors: Jiseong Kim, GyuHyeon Choi, Jung-Uk Kim, Eun-kyung Kim and KEY-SUN CHOI
Linggle Knows: A Search Engine Tells How People Write
Authors: Jhih-Jie Chen, Mei-Cih Yeh, Hao-Jyun Peng, pengyu chen and Jason Chang
A Sentence Simplification System for Improving Relation Extraction
Authors: Christina Niklaus, Bernhard Bermeitinger, Siegfried Handschuh and André Freitas
Expanding Korean FrameNet using Japanese sentences
Authors: jeonguk kim
A Framework for Mining Enterprise Risk and Risk Factors from Web based News Sources
Authors: Tirthankar Dasgupta
papago: A Machine Translation Service with Word Sense Disambiguation and Currency Conversion
Authors: Hyoung-Gyu Lee, Jun-Seok Kim, Joong-Hwi Shin, Jaesong Lee, Ying-Xiu Quan and Young-Seob Jeong
TopoText: Interactive Digital Mapping of Literary Text
Authors: Randa El Khatib, Julia El Zini, David Wrisley, Mohamad Jaber and Shady Elbassuoni
ACE: Automatic Colloquialism, Typographical and Orthographic Errors Detection for Chinese Language
Authors: Shichao Dong, Gabriel Pui Cheong Fung, Ming Liao and Kam-Fai Wong
A Tool for Efficient Content Compilation
Authors: Boris Galitsky, Mark Buckallew and Rajani Empranthiri
Botta: An Arabic Dialect Chatbot
Authors: Dana Abu Ali and Nizar Habash
What’s up on Twitter? Catch up with TWIST!
Authors: Marina Litvak, Natalia Vanetik, Efi Levi, Michael Roistacher, Dror Binder and Shahar Sabag
Praat on the Web: An Upgrade of Praat for Semi-Automatic Speech Annotation
Authors: Monica Dominguez, Iván Latorre, Mireia Farrús, Joan Codina-Filba and Leo Wanner
YAMAMA: Yet Another Multi-Dialect Arabic Morphological Analyzer
Authors: Salam Khalifa, Nasser Zalmout and Nizar Habash
CamelParser: Arabic Syntactic Analysis and Morphological Disambiguation
Authors: Anas Shahrour, Salam Khalifa and Nizar Habash
Demonstrating Ambient Search: Implicit Document Retrieval for Speech Streams
Authors: Benjamin Milde, Jonas Wacker, Stefan Radomski, Max Mühlhäuser and Chris Biemann
ConFarm: extracting surface representations of verb and noun constructions from dependency annotated corpora of Russian
Authors: Nikita Mediankin
ENIAM: Categorial Syntactic-Semantic Parser for Polish
Authors: Wojciech Jaworski and Jakub Kozakoszczak
Towards Non-projective High-Order Dependency Parser
Authors: Wenjing Fang, Kenny Zhu, Yizhong Wang and Jia Tan
Using Synthetically Collected Scripts for Story Generation
Authors: Takashi Ogata, Tatsuya Arai and jumpei ono
Illinois Cross-Lingual Wikifier: Grounding Entities in Many Languages to the English Wikipedia
Authors: Chen-Tse Tsai and Dan Roth
CaseSummarizer: A System for Automated Summarization of Legal Texts
Authors: Seth Polsley, Pooja Jhunjhunwala and Ruihong Huang
WISDOM X, DISAANA and D-SUMM: Large-scale NLP Systems for Analyzing Textual Big Data
Authors: Junta Mizuno, Masahiro Tanaka, Kiyonori Ohtake, Jong-Hoon Oh, Julien Kloetzer, Chikara Hashimoto and Kentaro Torisawa
Multilingual Information Extraction with PolyglotIE
Authors: Alan Akbik, laura chiticariu, Marina Danilevsky, Yonas Kbrom, Yunyao Li and Huaiyu Zhu
WordForce: Visualizing Controversial Words in Debates
Authors: Wei-Fan Chen, Fang-Yu Lin and Lun-Wei Ku
Zara: A Virtual Interactive Dialogue System Incorporating Emotion, Sentiment and Personality Recognition
Authors: Pascale Fung, Anik Dey, Farhad Bin Siddique, Ruixi Lin, Yang Yang, Dario Bertero, Yan Wan, Ricky Ho Yin Chan and Chien-Sheng Wu
Resolving Vocabulary Gap between Natural Language and Knowledge Base in Knowledge Base Construction and Retrieval
Authors: Sheng-Lun Wei, Yen-Pin Chiu, Hen-Hsen Huang and Hsin-Hsi Chen
A Reading Environment for Learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language
Authors: John Lee, Chun Yin Lam and Shu Jiang
PKUSUMSUM : A Java Platform for Multilingual Document Summarization
Authors: Jianmin Zhang, Tianming Wang and Xiaojun Wan
Kotonush: Understanding Concepts Based on Values behind Social Media
Authors: Tatsuya Iwanari, Kohei Ohara, Naoki Yoshinaga, Nobuhiro Kaji, Masashi Toyoda and Masaru Kitsuregawa
Exploring a Continuous and Flexible Representation of the Lexicon
Authors: Pierre Marchal and Thierry Poibeau
A Customizable Editor for Text Simplification
Authors: John Lee, Wenlong Zhao and Wenxiu Xie
Automatically Suggesting Example Sentences of Near-Synonyms for Language Learners
Authors: Chieh-Yang Huang, Nicole Peinelt and Lun-Wei Ku
Anon-NMT: a Neural Machine Translation implementation in Chaine
Authors: Fabien Cromieres
Dina Demner-Fushman, U.S. National Library of Medicine, U.S.A.
Reiko Mazuka, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan
Joakim Nivre, Uppsala University, Sweden
Simone Teufel, University of Cambridge, U.K.
|Time||December 11 (Sun)|
|09:00 - 12:00||
Tutors: Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh and Dimitri Kartsaklis, Queen Mary University of London
Tutors: Lun-Wei Ku and Wei-Fan Chen, Academia Sinica
|14:00 - 17:00||
Tutors: Horacio Saggion and Francesco Ronzano, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Tutors: Carolina Scarton, Gustavo Henrique Paetzold, and Lucia Specia
|December 12 (Mon)|
|09:00 - 12:00||
Tutors: Shuly Wintner, University of Haifa
Tutors: Matthias Petri and Trevor Cohn, The University of Melbourne
|14:00 - 17:00||
Tutors: Marius Pasca, Google Inc.
|Tour||COLING2016||Starts at: 12:00, Osaka International Convention Center|
|Date||Wednesday, December 14||Ends at : 17:00, Osaka International Convention Center|
|Maximum participants||600||Duration: 5 hours (including transfers)|
Kofuku-ji is a Buddhist temple which has a close connection with the Fujiwara Clan (a powerful family of regents) and most notably the clan's founder Kamatari Fujiwara.
It is one of the historical sites that compose the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara.
Tōdai-ji (Eastern Great Temple) is a Buddhist temple complex, that was once one of the powerful Seven Great Temples, located in the city of Nara.
Its Great Buddha Hall houses the world's largest bronze statue of the Buddha, known in Japanese simply as Daibutsu.
The temple is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site as one of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara like Kofuku-ji.
Participants will be devided into two groups, with group 1 visiting Site A first and Site B second and vice versa for group 2.
English-speaking guides will accompany you throughout the tour.
A lunch box will be provided for each participant on the bus on their way to Site A.
The tour schedule and/or time may change due to traffic.
We are proud that COLING 2016, the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, a premier international event in the areas of Computational Linguistics (CL), Language Technologies (LT) and Natural Language Processing (NLP), will be organized by the Japanese Association of Natural Language Processing at Osaka International Convention Center (OICC) from 11th-16th December 2016. Osaka is the second largest city in Japan. COLING regularly attracts more than 700 delegates from academia, industry and public organizations across the planet.
With the tremendous impact and growth of COLING over many years, we have set out a comprehensive offering of corporate sponsorship and support opportunities for industry participants.
The COLING 2016 organizing committee is committed to working in close partnership with corporate and non-profit organization supporters to maximize the benefits of sponsorship and provide opportunities for sponsors to engage appropriately with COLING delegates. With this in mind, if you wish to explore additional options for support or means of engagement with the COLING 2016 community please feel free to contact the sponsorship chairs at s...@coling2016.anlp.jp.
The COLING 2016 organizing committee has set out to ensure a memorable experience for delegates of the 26th COLING conference by showcasing an excellent scientific program in the context of an exceptional social and cultural experience, while taking advantage of Osaka's vast array of historical, cultural and lively social venues. Osaka enjoys its reputation as the nation's kitchen or gourmand's paradise with Osaka's traditional cuisine for ordinary people. It is famous as the mercantile mecca and the open culture. It is also less than one hour train ride to two famous old Japanese capitals, Kyoto and Nara. There will be no time to get bored even outside of the conference rooms.
The COLING 2016 organizing committee looks forward to working closely with corporate sponsors toward continuing the 50 year tradition of successful COLING conferences and making the 26th edition one that will be long remembered and fondly recalled.
Dr. Eiichiro Sumita
Prof. Satoshi Sekine
New York University
|Equivalent in USD (approximate)||8,000||4,000||1,600||1,600|
|Equivalent in EURO (approximate)||7,800||3,900||1,560||1,560|
|Promotion insert||Yes (4p)||Yes (2p)||Yes (1p)|
|Company Logo (program)||Large||Medium||Small||Small|
|Company Logo (Homepage)||Large||Medium||Small||Small|
|Conference Attendance Pass||4||2|
|Advertisement (program)||2 p||1 p||1 p|
Diamond Level: 1,000,000 JPY
Diamond is the highest level of sponsorship at COLING 2016. It includes the following benefits:
Gold Level: 500,000 JPY
Gold sponsorship package includes the following benefits:
Silver Level: 200,000 JPY
Silver sponsorship package includes the following benefits.
All the following options include the benefits equal to the Silver Sponsorship Level benefits. It will be explained that you are sponsoring a targeted opportunity when it is displayed on the home page or physical materials. The following five options are available.
Company signage displayed at reception, location of the signage is subject to approval of the conference organizers. As a sponsor of the welcome reception your company may offer delegates a small branded gift, provide some entertainment and avail of a 3 minute speaker slot at the welcome reception. Only one company can avail of this opportunity and it is offered on a first come, first served basis. Company signage displayed in the breaks area, location of the signage is subject to approval of the conference organizers.
The sponsorship information will be described in the handout of the Wi-Fi password setting. Only one company can avail of this opportunity and it is offered on a first come, first served basis. Company signage displayed in the breaks area, location of the signage is subject to approval of the conference organizers.
This is an opportunity to promote your company while networking with delegates throughout the day at break times. Breaks will take place mid-morning and mid-afternoon. Only one company can avail of this opportunity and it is offered on a first come, first served basis. Company signage displayed in the breaks area, location of the signage is subject to approval of the conference organizers.
This is an opportunity to promote your company while networking with delegates at the banquet. The banquet is planned to be held on Wednesday, December 14. Its location and the details are TBD. Up to four (4) companies can avail of this opportunity and it is offered on a first come, first served basis. Company signage displayed at the banquet, location of the signage is subject to approval of the conference organizers.
This is an opportunity to promote your company to the delegates by providing the lunch box throughout the conference. Only one (1) company can avail of this opportunity and it is offered on a first come, first served basis. Company signage displayed at the banquet, location of the signage is subject to approval of the conference organizers.
The exhibition will take place in the main conference venue. Exhibition spaces will be set up close to the main session rooms where the coffee breaks are served. Ideal for meeting delegates, promoting your business, demos and exhibitions, publishing houses, journals etc.
If you kindly wish to sponsor COLING 2016, please send email to the following email address (general inquiry). The information should include:
|Chair / Japan & Americas||Prof. Satoshi Sekine||s...@cs.nyu.edu|
|Co-chair / Americas||Dr. Patrick Pantel||p...@microsoft.com|
|Co-chair / Asia & Pacific||Prof. Su Jian||s...@i2r.a-star.edu.sg|
|Co-chair / China||Prof. Chengqing Zong||c...@nlpr.ia.ac.cn|
|Co-chair / Europe||Dr. Ralf Steinberger||r...@jrc.ec.europa.eu|
General Chair / GC
Program Chair / PC
Local Chair / LC
Workshop Chair / WS
Demo / DM
Tutorial / TU
Publication / PB
Sponsor / SP
Publicity / PR
Advisor to the Local Committee
Student Volunteer Coordinator