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EAMT2006 Call for papers

Date: Wed, 04 Jan 2006 12:27:54 +0100
From: Jan Tore Lonning <j dot t dot lonning at iln dot uio dot no>
To: nodali at helsinki dot fi
Subject: EAMT2006 Call for papers

Can you please announce this call for papers at the Nodali-list?
  With kind regards,

Jan Tore Lønning


EAMT 11th Annual Conference
19-20 June 2006, Oslo, Norway
First call for papers

The European Association for Machine Translation will hold a major
conference in Oslo, Norway on 19-20 June, 2006. This meeting is the
eleventh in a series of regular events acting as a forum for the
exchange of ideas concerning all aspects of Machine Translation and
computer-aids/tools for translator. The purpose of the EAMT events is to
bring together users, developers and researchers to discuss the latest
developments in the field.

The event will be held as a full-scale Conference, with a large
diversity of topics, a large number of expected participants and papers,
as well as the normal kind of services provided as part of the
conference environment.
The conference will focus in particular but not exclusively on
experiences and expectations of users of MT systems and translation
aids, or CAT tools but contributions from developers, vendors,
researchers and teachers will be welcomed, too. (For information about
previous workshops and conferences see the EAMT website: www.eamt.org)

The Special Theme for this Conference will be

Machine Translation/Translations Aids - tools to increase quality and to
save money

* user experiences, potential user expectations,
* user applications incorporating MT modules,
* evaluation of existing and new MT systems,
* integration and synergy of CAT tools and MT,
* new approaches in computer-assisted translation (CAT)
* issues for developers and users of MT and translation aids
* quality and economic aspects of MT
Papers demonstrating real-life applications of MT and CAT technologies
are particularly welcome. However, papers relating to other aspects of
MT, and other multilingual applications, will also be considered.

Papers will be presented in two different categories:

* Oral session: papers are presented as 20-30 minute lectures, allowing
for 5-10 minutes of Q&A.
* Poster session: papers are presented as posters in the exhibition area
near the conference room, with 2 or 3 poster sessions of 90 minutes each

Submission of papers:

* We invite submissions as short versions of full papers (6 pages).
Submissions should be uploaded before 31st of January 2006 to the
conference tool website:
      <http://eamt.emmtee.net/submission> in RTF or plain text
* All papers will be considered for both the oral and poster sessions.
* Notification of acceptance will be made on or before 31st of March
2006, together with any comments from reviewers for revision.

Final Versions of papers:

* Final versions of papers (maximum 10 pages, DOC, RTF or LaTeX files)
should be sent for inclusion in the proceedings before 30th of April.
Any papers received after that date will not be included in the printed
proceedings and will be excluded from the conference programme. Also,
only papers for which at least one author has registered for the
conference by 30th of April will be accepted for the proceedings. A
style sheet for accepted submissions will be available soon on the EAMT
2006 website.
* It is anticipated that papers will be made available in electronic
form on the EAMT website after the conference. Electronic versions (PDF
or postscript) will be produced by the organizers.

Programme Committee:

* Viggo Hansen (Chair, Zacco A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark)
* Bente Maegaard (CST, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark)
* Margaret King, (ISSCO, Univ. Geneva, Switzerland)
* Anthony Clarke, (CLS, Switzerland)
* Doris Marty-Albisser (CLS, Zürich, Switzerland)
* Jan Tore Lønning (University  of Oslo, Norway)
* Andy Way (Dublin City Univ., Ireland)
* Jeanette Ørsted, (Plougmann & Vingtoft, Denmark)
* Wolfgang Täger (EPO, Munich, Germany)
* Harold Somers (University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
* Gregor Thurmair (Linguatec, Germany) – to be confirmed

Venue and Registration:
The conference will take place 19-20 June, 2006 at the University of
Oslo. Registration fees, hotel accommodation and other facilities will
be announced at the latest 31st of January. The online registration form
will be available from 15th of February. Please consult the conference
web site for further information:  http://eamt.emmtee.net.

Local organizer:
Local organiser is Jan Tore Lønning (j dot t dot lonning at iln dot uio dot no), who
provides further details.

Important Dates:

* Deadline for submissions: 31 January, 2006
* Registration: from 15 February, 2006
* Acceptance notification: 31 March, 2006
* Final copies due: 30 April, 2006
* Early registration deadline: 30 April, 2006
* Conference date: 19-20 June, 2006