[Corpora-List] Call for Presentations: Human and Machine Translation Quality and Evaluation. IATIS 2018

Sheila Castilho M de Sousa castils3 at mail.dcu.ie
Tue Apr 25 18:08:52 CEST 2017


Human and Machine Translation Quality and Evaluation: From Principles to Practice

This panel will be held at the 6th IATIS conference <https://www.iatis.org/index.php/6th-conference-hong-kong-2018>, “Translation and Cultural Mobility”, and is intended to focus on human and machine translation quality and evaluation, with the aim of bringing together research from academic and industry settings that describes how they are combined in practice. This is critical to successful communication between cultures, and to the successful integration of translation technologies in the industry today, where the lines between human and machine are becoming increasingly blurred by technology. Quality evaluation affects the whole translation landscape, from students and trainers to project managers and professionals, including in-house and freelance translators, as well as, of course, translation scholars and researchers. The panel conveners have extensive experience of translation quality evaluation, within the ADAPT Centre and the QT Launchpad and TraMOOC EU-funded projects. In addition, their co-edited book (sharing a title with this panel) is due to be published in early 2018 by Springer.

Contributors might present work on:

- Evaluation of technology in intercultural communication

- Industry or institutional quality evaluation

- Domain-specific quality evaluation

- Evaluation of novel machine translation systems

- Or any other topic pertaining to translation quality evaluation such

as error typologies, quality estimation, or automatic metrics.

*KEY DATES*

Submission of abstracts: 15 July, 2017 Notification of acceptance of abstracts: 31 October, 2017

Prospective presenters who wish to present within these panels must submit their abstract (250 words), biographical note (100 words) and a list of keywords (up to 5) via the EasyChair conference management system at EasyChair <https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iatis2018> <http://www.easychair.org/>. While panel organizers may be contacted for informal enquiries, only abstracts submitted to EasyChair will be considered.

Abstracts will be reviewed and selected by the panel organizers, and vetted by the HKBU IATIS Scientific Committee, in conjunction with the Organizing Committee. The Committee reserves the right to determine the final number and configuration of papers within a given panel.

The standard time for a presentation is 20 minutes plus 10 minutes Q+A, although panel organizers may arrange the time allotted to presentations within their panel differently should this be felt necessary.

*Panel Organizers:* Sheila Castilho (Dublin City University) Stephen Doherty (University of New South Wales) Federico Gaspari (Università per Stranieri "Dante Alighieri" & Dublin City University) Joss Moorkens (Dublin City University)

*For informal enquiries:* joss.moorkens at dcu.ie

See: https://www.iatis.org/index.php/6th-conference-hong-kong- 2018/item/1459-panels#Panel03-i

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*Sheila Castilho* | Post-Doctoral Researcher ADAPT Centre

Dublin City University p: +353 (0) 1 700 6719 <(01)%20700%206719> Dublin e: sheila.castilho at adaptcentre.ie Ireland www.adaptcentre.ie

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