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Call for Papers

Important Dates

Draft papers due
10 January, 2003 (extended)
Reviews due
14 February, 2003
Notification of acceptance
28 February, 2003
Camera-ready papers & pre-registration due
30 March, 2003

Papers accepted for the conference will be published in a proceedings volume available to all attendees. Papers should describe unique work not published before. Papers that are being submitted to other conferences should include this information on the first page.
    Paper submissions should follow these conventions:

  • Maximum length is 4000 words
  • 8.5" x 11" page size
  • Single-column, single-spaced, 1" margins
  • 12 point font
  • Include title, authors, and contact info centered at the top of the first page
  • Include an abstract of about 100 words
    Electronic submission is strongly encouraged. We prefer PDF files, sent as EMail attachments. Electronic submissions should be sent to Eric Nyberg, with Submission for EAMT-CLAW 2003 in the Subject line of the email.
    Papers for each of the three sessions will be reviewed separately. Please indicate which session your paper is to be reviewed under.

Submitting accepted papers

The requirements for the submission of camera-ready copy are now online. See: Camera Ready Copy Instructions.

Please note that papers will not be accepted for publication unless at least one of the authors has pre-registered for the conference.


The programme committee will select a set of up to 4 'best papers' (best MT, best Controlled Language, best Controlled Translation, Best Student Submission) for whom registration fees will be waived.


Proposals for system demonstrations are particularly welcomed. Abstracts for demos must not exceed 400 words. Developers should outline the design of their system and provide sufficient details to allow the evaluation of its validity, quality, and relevance to controlled language. Pointers to web sites running the demo preview and/or screen camcorder video clips (with Lotus Screencam, TechSmith Camtasia, or Microsoft Camcorder) will also be helpful.

  Last updated: 27 Mar 2003