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MT Summit XV | Government MT Users: Call for Presentations

by | March 13, 2017
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Contact: Jen Doyon (governmentmtusers@amtaweb.org)

Government users are encouraged to contribute to MT Summit 2015 by submitting proposals for this year’s conference that pertain to the research, development and operational use of MT and MT-related technologies in government settings.

Important dates:

  • Submission deadline: Monday July 13
  • Notifications of acceptance: Monday August 27
  • Final “camera-ready” versions: Monday September 7

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

  • Use of MT as a translator tool
  • Use of MT as an analyst tool
  • Use of MT in chats, blogs and social networks
  • Non-traditional uses of MT
  • MT post-editing
  • MT evaluation
  • MT research and development
  • MT case studies
  • Linguistic resources for MT
  • MT tool integration

What to submit:

Submissions should be 250-500 word abstracts.  The following should accompany each abstract submission:

  • Presentation Title
  • Presenter Name
  • Representing Organization
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number

All accepted submissions will be allotted 30 minute time slots.  While not mandatory, presenters wishing to have their submissions published in the MT Summit Proceedings are required to produce papers in accordance with the MT Research Track Submission Instructions found in the Call for MT Research Papers.  Presenters are advised to obtain the broadest level of release of their presentations and papers in their approval/release process in order to facilitate sharing and distribution.

If you have original software that you would like to show, you may also consider submitting a proposal for the MT Summit technology showcase.  See the “Call for MT Technology Demonstrations and Exhibits” on the conference website. [Coming soon.]

How to submit:

Please email your abstract to the Government MT Users Chair (governmentmtusers@amtaweb.org) by Monday, July 13, 2015.


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