Publishing a research paper is a crucial part of research in academia. Based on the subject or research domain and the nature of an article, we aim to publish our findings at a conference or a journal like ACM or IEEE Transactions (journal home example link).
Thus, knowing the important conference deadlines in your research area of interest is important.
Month-wise Conferences deadlines
This will mostly cover the conferences in the domain of :
NLP (Natural Language Processing), AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning), DL(Deep Learning), IR(Information Retrieval)
I will cover International conferences and National conferences in India month-wise. I will try to cover different metrics or categories of conference venues in a later article.
Another growing set of data challenges or competitions is hosted as part of a workshop or even by international conferences like ACL and EMNLP. I have covered them in detail, covering diverse domains like online social media, acoustics, and health in a separate article.
International (links are available on WikiCFP)
February: KDD, ACM Web Science
ACL – ACL has shifted to a rolling review format with a cycle of six weeks for submission. For the year 2022, the dates are 1/15, 3/1, 4/15, 6/1, 7/15, 9/1 (September 1), 10/15, 12/1
April: ASONAM, CSCW, SocInfo, ACM HyperText
May: RecSys, CIKM, CoNLL, NeurIPS, EMNLP
June: ICDM, DSAA
August: WSDM, FAT* (now called FAccT)
September: AAAI, ICWSM 2nd call
October: ECIR, PAKDD, WebConf (previously called WWW)
If you wish to get updates regarding national conferences in this domain, do check it once a month, and I may have updated it.
January: CODS-COMAD – I attended the 2020 conference in person, published the notes covering different tutorials and keynote talks, and selected conference paper presentations in another article.
December: Big Data Analytics (BDA) conference, International Conference on Natural Language Processing (ICON)
For receiving updates about upcoming conference deadlines
- List of conferences in the field of Machine Learning, NLP, Speech/Signal Processing, Computer Vision, Robotics, and Data Mining
- On Twitter, follow @_ConferenceList to get regular updates about upcoming conferences. They also have Twitter Lists covering specific domains.
- The CORE ranking is a standard metric for understanding the quality of a given Computer Science conference.
- To know the most upcoming conference deadlines, please follow @_ConferenceList on Twitter.
Please review the additional references I provided at this article’s end to know more.
Related articles that may be of interest to you
It is a good idea to scope the conference venue where you wish to submit. I have written an article on “how to follow a top-tier conference,” which may be a good starting point.
In another article, I summarized the keynote talks, a few tutorials, and paper presentations of the CODS-COMAD 2020 conference, which I attended in person in Bangalore, India, in January 2020.
If you are new to writing papers using Latex for academic conferences, you can visit the following articles:
- I cover how to setup up a Tex environment in your local machine (article link)
- Conference or journal paper template – individual files and how to use them (article link)
- How to correctly write references or perform cross-referencing while writing your paper (article link)