[Elsnet-list] CONF: AMTA-2004 revised submission dates: papers/proposals

Jeff Allen jeff.allen at free.fr
Thu Apr 29 08:11:26 CEST 2004

AMTA - 2004 - Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA

September 28-October 2, 2004 - 6th biennial Conference of 
The Association for Machine Translation in the Americas


There's still time to submit! 

Please note the following updated information concerning
submissions to the AMTA 2004 conference:
1) Submission deadline has been postponed from April 23 to April 30
   for most submission types.
2) Formatting information: It is likely that we will again 
   have Springer publish the proceedings. The 
   format will not be enforced for submissions at this stage,
   though authors are encouraged to adopt the guidelines 
   for submission, and the additional week should allow
   ample time to do so. Information on the formatting guidelines 
   are available on the Springer website: 
3) The following types of submissions are now due on April 30th:
   * Research papers: to Bob Frederking <ref at cs.cmu.edu>
   * System Descriptions: to Kathi Taylor <kathrynbtaylor at comcast.net>
   * Papers on MT evolution: to Laurie Gerber <lgerber at languageweaver.com>
   * Proposals for Round-Table/panel sessions: to Laurie Gerber 
<lgerber at languageweaver.com>
   * Tutorial and Workshop proposals: to Mike Dillinger 
<mike.dillinger at pobox.com> 
4) The deadline for user studies is later to allow 
   users to complete corporate approval procedures. 
   The deadline for these is May 15:
   * User studies: to Kathi Taylor <kathrynbtaylor at comcast.net>

When submitting the above, please use the subject line: "AMTA 2004 - Submission"

Other open calls relating to this conference are:
* Research and Deployment Showcase - Please contact Jennifer 
  Decamp <jdecamp at mitre.org> to discuss including your research MT system or 
  other system which incorporates MT for this half-day "science fair" 
  Thursday, September 30th. There is no deadline for submissions, but space is 
* Commercial exhibitors - please contact Walter Hartmann <wh at mtconsult.com>

Other important dates:
June 11 Notification to authors 
July 2 Camera-ready copy due 


Jeff Allen

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