|Pre-submission mentorship application||
|Acceptance notification||Oct 23 (Fri), 2020|
|Camera-ready due||Nov 6 (Fri), 2020|
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Pre-submission Mentorship Program
The SRW offers students the opportunity to get feedback in advance to submitting their work for review. The goal of the pre-submission mentorship program is to improve the quality of writing and presentation of the student’s work, not to critique the work itself. Participation is optional but encouraged and pre-submission mentorship is not anonymous. Students wishing to participate must submit the paper by August 28, 2020 to the START conference system: https://www.softconf.com/aacl-ijcnlp2020/SRW/.
Note that even though the mentoring is not done anonymously, the paper needs to be anonymized. We will check for formality of the paper including formatting before we match mentors.
Participants will receive a mentor who will review and provide feedback to the student within 2-3 weeks. This mentor will not be the same person who will review the final submission. The feedback will be in the format of guidelines and suggestions to improve the overall writing; students are not required to make the changes suggested by the pre-submission mentor.
Mentoring of Accepted Papers
There will also be mentors who provide feedback to students in the form of in-depth comments and questions for the workshop presentation.
- Valerio Basile (University of Turin)
- Daniel Beck (University of Melbourne)
- Rishi Bommasani (Stanford University)
- David Chiang (University of Notre Dame)
- Lucia Donatelli (Saarland University)
- Layla El Asri (Borealis AI)
- Micha Elsner (The Ohio State University)
- Kilian Evang (DFKI)
- Lifu Huang (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
- Parisa Kordjamshidi (Michigan State University)
- Yang Liu (Tsinghua University)
- Denis Newman-Griffis (University of Pittsburgh)
- Mah Parsa (University of Toronto)
- Ellie Pavlick (Brown University)
- Sai Krishna Rallabandi (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Paul Rayson (Lancaster University)
- Arijit Sehanobish (Yale University)
- Anders Søgaard (University of Copenhagen)
- Chen-Tse Tsai (Bloomberg)
- Alakananda Vempala (Bloomberg)
- Bonnie Webber (University of Edinburgh)
- Wei Yu (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Arkaitz Zubiaga (Queen Mary University of London)