| Category: ||E-CFP |
| Subject: ||EAMT workshop Malta, April 2004 |
| From: ||John Hutchins |
| Email: ||WJHutchins_(on)_compuserve.com |
| Date received: ||02 Dec 2003 |
| Deadline: ||15 Jan 2004 |
| Start date: ||26 Apr 2004 |
European Association for Machine Translation
Workshop, Malta, 26-27 April 2004
First call for papers
The European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT) will be holding
Ninth Workshop in Malta on 26-27 April 2004. The meeting is one of a
annual workshops acting as a forum for the exchange of ideas concerning
aspects of machine translation within the European and adjacent regions.
(For information about previous workshops see the EAMT website:
As in previous EAMT workshops, contributions will be particularly
developers, vendors and users of MT systems and translation aids.
The SPECIAL THEME for this workshop will be machine-translation-related
* Semitic languages,
* Languages of the newly accessioned states of the European Union.
Papers on machine translation systems and computer-based translation
relating to these languages will be of particular interest.
However, papers relating to other aspects of machine translation, and
languages, will also be considered such as:
* Translation Memories
* Web-based MT services
* Issues for developers and users of MT and translation aids
* Economic aspects of MT
* Evaluation of MT systems
SUBMISSION of papers:
We invite submissions as either extended abstracts (minimum 2 pages) or
papers (maximum 10 pages). Submissions should be sent before 25th
2004, by email as attachments in DOC, RTF, or plain text, to the
with the words 'EAMT 2004 Workshop'
in the subject heading).
Notification of acceptance will be made on or before 15 February,
any comments from reviewers for revision.
FINAL VERSIONS of papers
Final versions of papers (maximum 12 pages, DOC or RTF files) should be
inclusion in the proceedings before 12th March. (Any papers received
date will not be included in the printed proceedings). A stylesheet for
submissions will be available in due course on the EAMT website.
It is anticipated that papers will be made available in electronic form
EAMT website after the conference -- for this purpose, authors may also
send PDF or PS versions of their papers.
John Hutchins (chair, EAMT president)
Michael Rosner (University of Malta)
Anthony Clarke (CLS Corporate Language Services)
Jaro Lajovic (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Mustafa Yaseen (ATS Online)
Jan Hajic (Charles University, Prague)
Violetta Cavalli-Sforza (San Francisco State University)
Details about the venue in MALTA, registration fees, hotel
etc. will be circulated from mid January or early February. Full
including a list of all speakers and an online registration form, will
the EAMT website (www.eamt.org) in early March. Local arrangements
is Mike Rosner (mike.rosner_(on)_um.edu.mt) from
whom further details can be
Deadline for submissions: 25 January 2004
Acceptance notification: 15 February 2004
Final copies due: 12 March 2004
Registration: early March 2004
Conference dates: 26-27 April 2004