First Call for Papers for EAMT 2017 (Prague, Czech Republic)
The European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT) invites everyone interested in machine translation, translation-related tools and resources to participate in this conference.[more]
2017 EAMT Best Thesis Award
The EAMT invites entries for its 2017 EAMT Best Thesis Award for a PhD or equivalent thesis on a topic related to machine translation [more]
Machine Translation Summit XVI: Nagoya University, Japan, September 18 - 22, 2017
The 16th Machine Translation Summit, organized by the Asia-Pacific Association for Machine Translation (AAMT), will be held at Nagoya University, Japan, in September 18-22 2017. [more]
EAMT 2017 Prague: 28 – 31 May
The 2017 EAMT conference will be held in Prague, Czech Republic, on May 28 – 31 [more]
Reminder: EAMT Sponsorship of Activities 2017
Submission deadline for proposals: October 15, 2016, 23:59 CEST [more]Older news
Machine Translation Summit XVI
Nagoya University, Japan
September 18 - September 22, 2017.
The 16th Machine Translation Summit, organized by the Asia-Pacific Association for Machine Translation (AAMT), will be held at Nagoya University, Japan, in September 18-22 2017.
Machine Translation (MT) Summit is an international conference, which brings together people from the academic and commercial world developing MT and users of MT systems. The conference overviews state-of-the-art technologies in MT, its major contemporary trends and practical applications.
- Paper presentations: MT research track, MT user track
- Invited talk / panel discussion
- Technology showcase
Briefly about Nagoya
The metropolis of Nagoya, central Japan's biggest city with a population of 2,250,000. Originally a castle town built by Tokugawa Ieyasu, Nagoya is admired as a global manufacturing city with a legacy of traditional culture and craftsmanship... At the same time, Nagoya has garnered great interest for its unique food culture, and the city's commercial districts are home to bustling multitude of restaurants that serve Nagoya-meshi. (http://www.nagoya-info.jp)