[Elsnet-list] Italy: The Third International Workshop on Language
Translation Work, Research & Training (at LREC'06) -- CFP
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Thu Jan 5 21:16:06 CET 2006
Below please find CFP for the Third International Workshop on Language
Resources for Translation Work, Research & Training at LREC 2006.
Apologies for multiple posting.
University of Tokyo,
****** Call for Papers ******
The Third International Workshop on Language Resources for
Translation Work, Research & Training at LREC 2006
Paper submission deadline: Feb 3, 2006
- use of LRs in localisation and internationalisation technologies and
- interaction of LRs with other translation-related language
as machine translation (MT) and automation of multilingual content
- alignment of research moves with industry/market requirements in
to LR for transaltion and localisation
- use of LRs, especially annotated corpora, in the practices of
translation studies and professional translators
- integration of such practices into the training of future
- use of corpora in developent of reference materials for translators,
bilingual dictionaries, glossaries, term-banks and knowledge
For details, please refer to:
We would like to welcome you to the third edition of the
LR4Trans-III Workshop, which will be held in conjunction
with the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference - LREC 2006.
The information below is aimed at providing you with the most
important aspects around this event. Should you still have
questions or need further details, please do not hesitate to
contact the workshop chair by e-mail (please add as part of
your message subject the queue 'LR4Trans-III'). Thanks for
The official website of the Workshop is:
date: 28th May 2006 - a date for your diary!
venue: Magazzini del Cotone Conference Center, Genoa, Italy.
workshop programme: it will not be ready until all submissions
have been collected, peer-reviewed and carefully selected. Please
keep checking out the menu item "news" at our website to get
up-to-date information aobut this and other issues.
keynote speakers: please select the menu item "this edition" of
the website for an explanation about this. Nonetheless, the
keynote speakers will be announced together with the programme
in due course. Please bear with us.
workshop comittees: please refer to "this edition" as well.
workshop chair: Elia Yuste (e-mail: yuste AT ifi.unizh.ch)
target audience: we encourage participation from everyone
interested in translation and localisation technologies,
>From practicing translators to translator trainers, going
through researchers in various interdisciplinary fields,
ranging from computational linguistics, translation to
corpus linguistics, terminology and multilingual technical
documentation. We would be happy to have a more significant
representation of industry and government agencies handling
LR to satisfy their multilingual needs.
language: the workshop will be held in English only (of course,
submissions may describe multilingual applications or initiatives
handling other languages).
submissions: we will only accept electronic submissions, which
will be uploaded using a remote conference administration system.
For more information, please refer to the "Call for Papers" to
be found in the "downloads" menu item of the website.
important dates (subject to slight changes):
- Deadline for workshop paper submission: 3rd February 2006
- Notification of Acceptance: 15th March 2006
- Paper Final Version for Workshop Proceedings: 3rd April 2006.
workshop resulting materials: please click on the menu item
"downloads" of the website, which we will keep updating at
sponsoring / support to attend the workshop from distant countries:
we regret to inform you that unfortunately we do not have any
means to support your attending the workshop. we would actually
like to hear from sponsors interested in the event to order to be
able to allow for that opportunity, even if it were at a reduced
internal students willing to volunteer: please contact Elia Yuste
if you wish to give us a hand. Thank you!
external colleagues and other interested parties: if you wish to
be kept informed about future editions or initiatives related to
this event, please do not hesitate to contact the workshop chair,
ideally per e-mail (please write 'LR4Trans-III' in the subject
line of your message). Many thanks!
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