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14th Annual Meeting of the European Association for Machine Translation
May 27-28, 2010
Saint-Raphaël, France

********* Deadline for submission: february 5th, 2010 **********


The 14th annual meeting of the European Association for Machine Translation will
be held in Saint-Raphaël, France, 27-28 May 2010.  This year, the central theme
of the conference is:

                            Machine Translation
    a useful tool to enhance communication or an overrated gimmick?

The conference will bring together scientists, developers and users of machine
translation and other tools for multilingual processing. Cutting-edge research
and demonstrations from leading academic, business and government organizations
will showcase the latest results. During the conference there will be numerous
sessions including research papers, reports on users' experiences, discussions
of policy issues, invited talks and panel discussions. These wide-ranging
activities in the machine translation will allow participants from research,
business and government to get together to explore how to use machine
translation technology to conquer language barriers and overcome the digital

The EAMT cordially invites you all - researchers, developers, providers, users,
and observers - to EAMT 2010, to contribute to and witness ongoing efforts in
developing and using machine translation technology and tools for translation

There will be two categories of papers:
(R) Research papers: Submissions are invited for reports of significant
     research results in any aspect of machine translation and related areas.
     Such reports should include a substantial evaluation component.
(U) User studies: Submissions are invited for reports on users' experiences
  with using MT.

Research Papers

EAMT seeks original papers about all aspects of machine translation. Topics of
interests include, but are not limited to:
* MT for the Web
* Practical MT systems (MT for professionals, MT for multilingual eCommerce,
   MT for localization, etc.)
* Translation aids (translation memory, terminology databases, etc.)
* Translation environments (workflow, support tools, conversion tools for
   lexica, etc.)
* MT methodologies
* Human factors in MT and user interfaces
* Speech translation
* MT in multilingual public service (eGovernment etc.)
* MT embedded in other services
* MT and related technologies (information retrieval, text categorization, text
   summarization, information extraction, etc.)
* Multilingual natural language generation
* Dictionaries and lexica for MT
* Text and speech corpora for MT and knowledge extraction from corpora
* MT evaluation techniques and evaluation results
* Standards in text and lexicon encoding for MT

Research papers should include a 100 word abstract, and up to 5 keywords.

EAMT 2010 uses electronic submission through the START conference tool.

Guidelines for authors will be found at the conference website:

Important Dates
* 5 February 2010 Paper submission deadline
* 15 March 2010 Notification to authors
* 5 April 2010 Deadline for camera-ready copy
* 27-28 May 2010 Conference

Further Information
For more details, please visit the Conference Web-site:
http:www.eamt2010.org or contact: chairs @ eamt2010.org

Conference Organization
* Conference Chair & EAMT President
   Andy Way, DCU, Dublin, Ireland

* Local Organizers:
   Viggo Hansen, Saint Raphaël, France
   Svetlana Sheremetyeva, Saint Raphaël, France

* Research Program Chair:
   François Yvon, LIMSI-CNRS and Université Paris-Sud, Orsay, France

* User Program Chair:
   Viggo Hansen, Saint Raphaël, France

* Host:
   European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT)