[Elsnet-list] EAMT 2009 call for papers, reminder

Harold Somers mcusshs at xchnag3.co.umist.ac.uk
Mon Jan 19 12:30:00 CET 2009


Apologies for multiple postings:


Call for Papers (reminder) - deadline January 31st
[this is an abridged version of the original call for papers]

EAMT 2009

The 13th Annual Conference of the

European Association for Machine Translation

Barcelona, Spain, May 14-15, 2009

The annual conference of the European Association for Machine Translation is intended to provide a forum for researchers, commercial developers and users to exchange ideas concerning all aspects of Machine Translation and translation-related tools and resources. The aim is to present recent research and the current state of the art in the area, explore emerging R&D trends, provide information about evaluation techniques and tools and review the translation needs for and uses of translation technologies on the part of government and industry.

This year the central theme of the conference is "Translation among European languages, especially for languages with smaller speech communities and limited digital resources", while at the same time, contributions are welcome on all topics related to MT or translation-related technologies - see thw conference webpage, http://www.talp.cat/eamt09, for full details.

Important Dates

·      31 Jan 2009 - Submission deadline

·      23 Mar 2009 - Notification to authors

·      3 Apr 2009 - Deadline for camera-ready copy

·      14-15 May 2009 - Conference

Submissions

EAMT 2009 will be using the START conference management system.  To submit a research paper, go to the submission website at: https://www.softconf.com/s08/eamt09/ and follow the instructions on the web page.  Submissions should be anonymized (no authors, affiliations or addresses, and no explicit self-reference), be no longer than eight (8) pages (A4 size), and in PDF format. Initial versions of papers must conform to the format defined by the EAMT templates available at the conference website
 
Conference Organizers 

Programme Chairs

Harold Somers (CNGL, DCU, Dublin)
Lluís Màrquez (UPC, Barcelona).

Contact: eamt2009chairs at talp.upc.edu

Local Organization

Centre for Speech and Language Applications and Technologies (TALP) at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
Contact: eamt2009local at talp.upc.edu

Local Organizing Committee

David Farwell
Jose A. R. Fonollosa
José Mariño
Lluís Màrquez







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