[Elsnet-list] Translating and the Computer 27 Conference

nadamides at aslib.com nadamides at aslib.com
Tue Nov 8 16:24:03 CET 2005


Aslib Conference: Translating and the Computer 27
24-25 November 2005, London
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Change of Venue: Now at the New Connaught Rooms, London, WC2
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There is still time to book your place at this year's exciting conference!  

Contributors this year include:
Jochen Hummel, SDL
Mickel Gronroos and Ari Becks, Master's Innovations Ltd
Emmanuel Planas, Lingua et Machina
Paula Estrella and Nathalie de Preux, University of Geneva
Reinhard Schaler, University of Limerick
David Calvert, TransForm GmbH
Andrew and Jurek Nedoma, Lido-Lang Technical Translations
Graham Russell, University of Montreal
Cyril Chantrier, TEMIS
Jose Vega, my-xML
Dianel Zielinski, Yamile Safar and Laura Ramirez, Saarland University
Federico Gaspari, Manchester University
Michael Anobile, LISA

Full details of the conference, including the programme,  can be found at 
www.aslib.com/conferences

In addition to the programme of presentations, this year there are also two panel discussions: 
"The Future of TM Technology" and "The Current State of Localisation".

The conference is supported by: British Computer Society Natural Language 
Translation Specialist Group, European Association for Machine Translation, 
International Association for Machine Translation, the Institute of 
Translation and Interpreting, the Institute of Linguists  and the Institute 
of Localisation Professionals. Sponsor: LISA

Special rates are offered to members of the supporting organisations and 
those who are working at academic institutions.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Nicole Adamides, ASLIB Training
The Holywell Centre, 1 Phipp Street, London, EC2A 4PS
Tel: 020 7613 3031	Fax: 020 7613 5080
www.aslib.com/training	Email: tc27 at aslib.com


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