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ASLING (The International Association for Advancement in Language Technology) is delighted to announce the forthcoming 39th edition of the annual Translating and the Computer Conference (TC39) to take place 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 where latest developments and practices are presented and discussed. 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, interact, exchange ideas and discuss current trends.

The TC conferences take the form of peer-reviewed presentations and posters, and also feature panel discussions and workshops. Please highlight the conference dates in your diary and begin preparing the submission of an abstract of a paper or a poster, or a workshop proposal for the TC39 conference.  We will send you a formal call for proposals in February 2017.


Conference topics
 
Contributions are invited on any topic related to the technology used in translation and interpreting, including, but not limited to, CAT tools (e.g. Translation Memory (TM) systems), Terminology Management, Machine Translation  (e.g. rule-based MT; statistical Machine Translation (SMT); neural Machine Translation (NMT); use of MT; integration of MT in TM systems;  quality assessment; post-editing; customisation), Quality Control, Interoperability, Crowd-sourcing, Natural Language Processing for translation and interpreting as well as Translation Workflow and Management. Among the other important topics are training (including university translation programmes and the rapidly changing translation industry), tools and resources for translators, how to facilitate collaboration between translators and translation companies, and mobile technologies to support language professionals' work.


Special focus on tools for interpreters

TC39 will have a special session with a strong focus on the new and emerging language technologies, tools and resources which can support the work of interpreters.


Further information and contact details
 

Submission guidelines, schedule and further information will be included in the first call for papers, expected shortly; registration fees will be announced in the second call and registration will be open as from late Spring 2017.

For further information, please visit the website, http://www.asling.org/tc39/ which will be updated on a regular basis. It also provides a contact form.

Organisation
 
The 39th Translating and the Computer Conference (TC39) is organised by

AsLing.org
Association internationale pour la promotion des technologies linguistiques
International Association for Advancement in Language Technology

For further information, please visit the website, http://www.asling.org/tc39/ which will be updated on a regular basis. It also provides a contact form.

 

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The TC conferences take the form of peer-reviewed presentations and posters, and also feature panel discussions and workshops. Please highlight the conference dates in your diary and begin preparing the submission of an abstract of a paper or a poster, or a workshop proposal for the TC39 conference.  We will send you a formal call for proposals in February 2017.


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Special focus on tools for interpreters

TC39 will have a special session with a strong focus on the new and emerging language technologies, tools and resources which can support the work of interpreters.


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Submission guidelines, schedule and further information will be included in the first call for papers, expected shortly; registration fees will be announced in the second call and registration will be open as from late Spring 2017.

For further information, please visit the website, http://www.asling.org/tc39/ which will be updated on a regular basis. It also provides a contact form.

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AsLing.org
Association internationale pour la promotion des technologies linguistiques
International Association for Advancement in Language Technology

For further information, please visit the website, http://www.asling.org/tc39/ which will be updated on a regular basis. It also provides a contact form.

 

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The TC conference series has emerged as a leading forum for users, developers and vendors of Translation Technology tools where latest developments and practices are presented and discussed. 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, interact, exchange ideas and discuss current trends.

The TC conferences take the form of peer-reviewed presentations and posters, and also feature panel discussions and workshops. Please highlight the conference dates in your diary and begin preparing the submission of an abstract of a paper or a poster, or a workshop proposal for the TC39 conference.  We will send you a formal call for proposals in February 2017.


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Special focus on tools for interpreters

TC39 will have a special session with a strong focus on the new and emerging language technologies, tools and resources which can support the work of interpreters.


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Submission guidelines, schedule and further information will be included in the first call for papers, expected shortly; registration fees will be announced in the second call and registration will be open as from late Spring 2017.

For further information, please visit the website, http://www.asling.org/tc39/ which will be updated on a regular basis. It also provides a contact form.

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Association internationale pour la promotion des technologies linguistiques
International Association for Advancement in Language Technology

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39th Translating and the Computer Conference (TC39), 16-17 November 2017, London

Date: Thursday 16 November 2017 - Friday 17 November 2017, 08:00 - 17:00

Event Details:

ASLING (The International Association for Advancement in Language Technology) is delighted to announce the forthcoming 39th edition of the annual Translating and the Computer Conference (TC39) to take place 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 where latest developments and practices are presented and discussed. 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, interact, exchange ideas and discuss current trends.

The TC conferences take the form of peer-reviewed presentations and posters, and also feature panel discussions and workshops. Please highlight the conference dates in your diary and begin preparing the submission of an abstract of a paper or a poster, or a workshop proposal for the TC39 conference.  We will send you a formal call for proposals in February 2017.


Conference topics
 
Contributions are invited on any topic related to the technology used in translation and interpreting, including, but not limited to, CAT tools (e.g. Translation Memory (TM) systems), Terminology Management, Machine Translation  (e.g. rule-based MT; statistical Machine Translation (SMT); neural Machine Translation (NMT); use of MT; integration of MT in TM systems;  quality assessment; post-editing; customisation), Quality Control, Interoperability, Crowd-sourcing, Natural Language Processing for translation and interpreting as well as Translation Workflow and Management. Among the other important topics are training (including university translation programmes and the rapidly changing translation industry), tools and resources for translators, how to facilitate collaboration between translators and translation companies, and mobile technologies to support language professionals' work.


Special focus on tools for interpreters

TC39 will have a special session with a strong focus on the new and emerging language technologies, tools and resources which can support the work of interpreters.


Further information and contact details
 

Submission guidelines, schedule and further information will be included in the first call for papers, expected shortly; registration fees will be announced in the second call and registration will be open as from late Spring 2017.

For further information, please visit the website, http://www.asling.org/tc39/ which will be updated on a regular basis. It also provides a contact form.

Organisation
 
The 39th Translating and the Computer Conference (TC39) is organised by

AsLing.org
Association internationale pour la promotion des technologies linguistiques
International Association for Advancement in Language Technology

For further information, please visit the website, http://www.asling.org/tc39/ which will be updated on a regular basis. It also provides a contact form.

 

Location: London

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