EAMT Conference 2008

Hosted by the University of Hamburg


The EAMT is organising a major conference in Hamburg, Germany on 22-23 September 2008. This meeting is the 12th in a series of regular events acting as a forum for the exchange of ideas concerning all aspects of Machine Translation and computer aids and tools for translators. The purpose of EAMT events is to bring together users, developers and researchers to discuss the latest developments in this field. It will be a full-scale conference, covering a large range of topics, it will have invited speakers, and it is expected to attract a large number of participants and papers. For information about previous workshops and conferences see the EAMT website: www.eamt.org

Submissions are particularly welcome which focus on the main theme of the conference:

Machine translation applications in practice (operational systems, online services, multilingual extraction, cross-language information retrieval, multilingual summarization, and hand-held devices)

As in previous years, the conference will also address the prospects and perspectives for MT within the specific situation of multilingual Europe. However, potential speakers should note that submissions on all aspects of MT and computer-based translation tools will be welcomed – from developers, users, and researchers.

Submissions to the programme committee should be made at the ConfTool conference administration webpage.

Contributions may be:

  • full papers (maximum length: eight pages, A4 size),
  • posters (max. length: five pages),
  • demonstration papers (max. length: three pages).

Contributions should be anonymous (no authors, affiliations or addresses), and in RTF or PDF format. For this version of the papers no special formatting is required

The deadline for submission is 9 July 2008. Due to time constraints NO further deadline extensions will be possible

-- Walther v. Hahn and John Hutchins -- 16 April 2008

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