- 18 June:
Time to start looking ahead to next year. Flyers for COLING/ACL 2006 are available, which is beind held in Sydney, Australia. The website for HLT-NAACL 2006, being held in New York City is also up.
More information about bus service to and from off site conference hotels is now available on the Accommodations page.
- 13 June:
The ACL Conference Booklet is available. It is a primer for Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan as well as containing basic information about the conference that may be handy (restaurants, hotels, maps, schedules).
- 8 June:
Be sure to check out Ann Arbor Area Convention and Visitor's Bureau site. This site and more can be found on the Links page, providing links to sites that list and review the many restaurants, clubs and other attractions in and around Ann Arbor.
- 6 June:
The official deadline for reserving hotels and residence hall rooms passed two weeks ago but we are still getting tremendous interest in housing. The following hotels are full: Mosher Jordan Residence Hall, The Bell Tower, the Inn at the League, and the Bed and Breakfast. We have been able to get additional residence hall rooms at the Betsy Barbour Residence Hall. In addition, a small number of rooms are available at the Campus Inn hotel and at the Fairfield Inn and Courtyard hotels.
- 5 June:
The UM Museum of Art has a new exhibit, "Pop", that will be open during the conference.
- 1 June:
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival Schedule (pdf) is available, with a listing of shows and events that may be of interest to attendees
Conference hotels are running out of space, so book now for the best rates.
- 31 May:
An overview of Justine Cassell's invited talk is now available.
- 24 May:
Transportation information has been expanded to include shuttle services to and from the Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
An overview of Michael Jordan's invited talk is now available.
- 23 May:
The Conference Schedule is now up. This includes workshop and tutorial schedules.
- 13 May:
The Main Conference Schedule is now up. Further information about workshops and tutorials will be posted shortly.
- 22 April:
The list of Accepted Posters and Demos is now available.
- 21 April:
ACL2005 registration is now open.
- 18 April:
Interested in Becoming a Sponsor? Information is now available.
- 13 April:
A last minute tutorial addition. The specifics can be found on the Tutorials page.
Just a quick reminder that there is more going on in Ann Arbor than just the ACL Conference. Check out the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, ranging from comedy to string quartets, between the 25th and 30th.
- 9 April:
A list of the Accepted Papers is now up. It can also be accessed through the Conference menu.
- 7 April:
The Student Research Workshops page has been updated with accepted papers and travel funding information.
- 2 April:
Things to do in Ann Arbor is up. It will provide a growing list of things to do and places to eat while in the area.
Tutorials updated with further information on each tutorial session including schedules.
- 31 March:
Publication Instructions now available.
- 12 March:
Final Call For Demos/Posters posted.
- 6 March:
Tutorials updated with presenters and titles, as well as further information on each tutorial session.
- 5 March:
Workshops updated with schedule, as well as further information on each workshop.
- 4 March:
Second Call For Demos/Posters posted.
- 8 February:
Just a reminder, the March 15 deadline for Demos/Posters is fast approaching.
- 2 February:
The First Call for Demos and Interactive Posters is up.
- 11 January:
- 20 December:
The ACL2005 Poster is available for download and distribution.
Also of interest to conference participants might be the ACL Universe which provides links to people and projects ongoing in all areas of computational linguistics research.
- 14 December:
Online Submissions are up and running
- 10 December:
Student Research Workshop Call for Papers posted
- 9 November:
Tutorials info updated
- 5 November:
Workshop info updated
- 30 October:
Call for Papers posted
Mentorships available for paper submissions by non-native English speakers
Style Files available for paper submissions
Travel / Lodging information available
Workshop proposals now being accepted
Welcome to the new ACL2005 site.
Changes will be coming rapidly. Please check back regularly. If there is something that you would like to see, don't hesitate to send a message email@example.com.
The individuals working to bring you this conference are:
- General Conference Chair: Kevin Knight (USC/ISI)
- Program Chairs:
- Hwee Tou Ng (National University of Singapore)
- Kemal Oflazer (Sabanci University)
- Hwee Tou Ng (National University of Singapore)
- Area Chairs:
- Michael Collins (MIT)
- Marti Hearst (University of California, Berkeley)
- Hang Li (MSR Beijing)
- Chin-Yew Lin (USC/ISI)
- Yuji Matsumoto (Nara)
- Diana McCarthy (Sussex)
- Hermann Ney (RWTH Aachen)
- Gerald Penn (Toronto)
- Brian Roark (OGI)
- Michael Strube (EML Research)
- Tutorial Chair: Stefan Riezler (Parc)
- Workshop Chair: Mirella Lapata (Sheffield)
- Demonstration Chairs: Masaaki Nagata (NTT), Ted Pedersen (University of Minnesota, Duluth)
- Publications Chairs: Jason Eisner (JHU), Philipp Koehn (MIT)
- Sponsorship Chair: Mark Johnson (Brown)
- Publicity / Exhibit Chair: Richard Wicentowski (Swarthmore)
- Student Research Workshop Chair: Regina Barzilay (MIT)
- Local Arrangements Chair: Dragomir Radev (University of Michigan)
- Rich Thomason (University of Michigan)
- Steve Abney (University of Michigan)
- Joyce Chai (Michigan State University)
- San Duanmu (University of Michigan)
- Kurt Godden (General Motors Research)
- Acrisio Pires (University of Michigan)
- Martha Pollack (University of Michigan)
- Keith van der Linden (Calvin College)
- Rick Lewis (University of Michigan)
- Sara Schwartz (University of Michigan Conference Services)