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40th Translating and the Computer Conference (TC40)
15-16 November 2018, London

AsLing (the International Association for Advancement in Language Technology) 
is delighted to announce the forthcoming 40th annual Translating and the 
Computer Conference (TC40).

The TC conference is a distinctive event where translators, interpreters, 
researchers, translation companies, language service providers and 
international organisations can interact, exchange ideas and discuss current 
trends. It features peer-reviewed presentations, talks, posters, panel 
discussions and workshops.

Conference Topics

Contributions are invited on any topic related to the technology used in 
translation and interpreting, including, but not limited to:
-    CAT tools (e.g. Translation Memory (TM) systems)
-    Terminology management
-    Machine Translation (incl. neural MT (NMT), statistical MT (SMT), 
rule-based MT (RBMT), MT/TM integration, MT engine training)
-    Quality assessment, quality control, post-editing
-    Natural Language Processing for translation and interpreting
-    Translation workflow and management; facilitating collaboration between 
translators and companies
-    Localisation
-    Training (incl. university translation and interpreting programmes and the 
rapidly changing industry)
-    Mobile technologies
-    Tools and resources for translators and, especially, interpreters 
(continuing from last year’s focus)

Submission Guidelines

Please refer to Conference website for further details and submit proposals via 
 or see conference site for alternatives.

2 JULY 2018 – deadline for submitting abstracts of papers and posters
10 August 2018 – all authors notified of decisions
3 September 2018 – at least one author must be registered for each paper, 
poster or workshop to be included in the conference programme (events will be 
added to the schedule as presenters register)
2 October 2018 – speakers’ full papers and posters to be submitted for 
inclusion in the e-proceedings
2 November 2018 – speakers’ presentations to be submitted
15-16 November 2018 – conference takes place in London

Further Information and Contact Details

Details on Conference Chairs and the Organising and Programme Committees, 
registration fees and other relevant information about venue, accommodation, 
conference sponsors and keynote speakers can be found on the conference website 
 which is updated regularly.
Association internationale pour la promotion des technologies linguistiques
International Association for Advancement in Language Technology

Richard Evans,
Research Associate,
Computational Linguistics Research Group,
Research Institute of Information and Language Processing,
University of Wolverhampton,
United Kingdom.
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