International Committee on Computational Linguistics

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The International Committee on Computational Linguistics (ICCL) was founded by Dr. David Hays of the RAND Corporation in 1965 to promote the biennial International Conference on Computational Linguistics, which since the third conference in Stockholm is known by the acronym COLING after the Swedish fictional character Kolingen by Albert Engström. The current President of ICCL is Professor Martin Kay of Stanford University and membership of the committee is permanent.

List of COLING Conferences[edit]

  • 1965 New York (Chair David Hays)
  • 1967 Grénoble (Chair Bernard Vauquois)
  • 1969 Stockholm (Chair Hans Karlgren)
  • 1971 Debrecen (Chair Ferenc Kiefer)
  • 1973 Pisa (Chair Antonio Zampolli)
  • 1976 Ottawa (Chair Brian Harris)
  • 1978 Bergen (Chair Kolbjørn Hæggstad)
  • 1980 Tokyo (Chair David Hays)
  • 1982 Prag (Chair Ján Horecký)
  • 1984 Stanford (Chair Yorick Wilks)
  • 1986 Bonn (Chair Makoto Nagao)
  • 1988 Budapest
  • 1990 Helsinki (Chair Hans Karlgren)
  • 1992 Nantes
  • 1994 Kyoto
  • 1996 Köpenhamn (Chair Junichi Tsuji)
  • 1998 Montréal
  • 2000 Saarbrücken (Chair Martin Kay)
  • 2002 Taipei (Chair Winfried Lenders)
  • 2004 Genève (Chair Sergei Nirenburg)
  • 2006 Sydney
  • 2008 Manchester (Chairs Donia Scott and Hans Uszkoreit)
  • 2010 Beijing (Chair Aravind Joshi)
  • 2012 Mumbai

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