The Translating and the Computer (TC) conference has emerged as a leading forum for users, developers and vendors of Translation Technology tools, being a distinctive event for discussing the latest developments. It is an annual meeting where translators, researchers and business people, from translation companies, international organisations, universities and research labs, as well as freelance professionals, exchange ideas and discuss hot topics.
The TC conference takes the form of presentations as well as posters and also features panel discussions and workshops. If you or a colleague have something interesting to contribute, this call invites you to consider submitting an extended abstract of a paper or poster for the TC37 conference. If on the other hand you have a workshop to propose, please provide an abstract (maximum 750 words) describing the topic and an outline of the structure.
Contributions are invited on any topic related to the technology used in translation and interpreting, including, but not limited to,
- CAT tools (Translation Memory (TM) systems, integration of Machine Translation in TM systems)
- Terminology Management
- Machine Translation (training, quality assessment, post-editing, adaptation)
- Quality Control
- Natural Language Processing and
- Translation Workflow and Management.
Among the other important topics are
- training (including university translation programmes and the rapidly changing translation industry)
- resources for translators
- tools and resources for interpreters
- how to facilitate collaboration between translators and translation companies, and
- mobile technologies to support translators’ work.