*2ND CALL FOR PROPOSALS*
The International Association for Advancement in Language Technology (AsLing) is delighted to announce the forthcoming 39th edition of the annual Translating and the Computer Conference (TC39) on 16 and 17 November 2017 in London.
The TC conference series has emerged as a leading forum for users, developers and vendors of Translation Technology tools. It is a distinctive event where translators, interpreters, researchers and business people, from translation companies, international organisations, universities and research labs, as well as freelance professionals, come together to exchange ideas and learn about the latest developments in translation and interpretation technologies.
TC conferences feature presentations and posters, panel discussions and workshops. In addition, the conference welcomes two distinguished experts as keynote speakers. In 2017 our keynotes will be given by Roberto Navigli (Universitą degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza") and Alex Waibel (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, and Karlsruher Institut für Technologie).
This call invites submissions of extended abstracts for papers, posters and workshop proposals to be given at the TC39 conference.
CAT tools (e.g. Translation Memory systems), Terminology Management tools, Machine Translation (e.g. statistical MT, neural MT, rule-based MT). We particularly welcome contributions addressing these technologies in relation to the following themes: appropriate use, quality assessment and quality control, post-editing, customisation, interoperability and integration of different systems and tools, crowd-sourcing, Natural Language Processing for translation and interpreting, as well as translation and interpreting workflow and management. Other important topics include training (including university translation programmes and the effect of rapid change in the translation industry), tools and resources for interpreters and translators, enhancing collaboration between translators and translation companies, and mobile technologies to support translators’ and interpreters' work.
The emphasis of TC39 will be on the new and emerging language technologies, tools and resources which can support the work of interpreters.
Proposals for original unpublished papers and posters on all aspects of translation and interpretation technologies are invited, as well as workshop proposals. Papers and posters may report on research, commercial translation and interpretation products or user experience. Proposals should be submitted via the START conference submission system at https://www.softconf.com/i/tc2017 or, in exceptional circumstances and subject to prior confirmation by the conference organisers, may be sent by email to <submissions at asling.org>. Further information is available on the Conference website at http://www.asling.org/tc39.
The conference schedule is as follows:
15 June 2017 - deadline for abstracts of papers and posters and workshop proposals
1 August 2017 - all authors notified of decisions
2 October 2017 - speakers' full papers and posters to be submitted for inclusion in the e-proceedings
3 November 2017 – speakers’ presentations to be submitted
16-17 November 2017 - conference takes place in London
*Organising and Programme Committees*
Joanna Drugan, University of East Anglia Joćo Esteves-Ferreira, Tradulex, International Association for Quality Translation (conference chair) Juliet Macan, Language technology consultant (conference chair) Ruslan Mitkov, University of Wolverhampton (conference chair) Olaf-Michael Stefanov, United Nations (ret), JIAMCATT (conference chair) Jean-Marie Vande Walle, Belgian Court of Auditors
Programme Committee: Anne Aboh Dauvergne, United Nations Juanjo Arevallillo, Hermes Traducciones and Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio de Madrid Wilker Aziz, Universiteit van Amsterdam Sheila Castilho, Adapt Centre, Dublin City University David Chambers, AsLing Honorary Member Eleanor Cornelius, University of Johannesburg and FIT Council Gloria Corpas Pastor, Universidad de Mįlaga David Filip, CNGL / ADAPT – Trinity College, Dublin Sarah Griffin-Mason, Institute of Translation and Interpreting and University of Portsmouth Camelia Ignat, Research Centre of the European Union Joss Moorkens, Dublin City University Bruno Pouliquen, World Intellectual Property Organization Antonio Toral, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen Paola Valli, Taus and Universitą degli Studi di Trieste Nelson Verįstegui, International Telecommunications Union (ret) David Verhofstadt, International Atomic Energy Agency
*Further information and contact details*
Registration fees and other relevant information about venue, accommodation, conference sponsors and keynote speakers will be published on the Conference website as soon as they are available.
For further information, please email <tc39-info at asling.org>.
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