Ene 122016
 

2nd Call for Papers: GLOBALEX 2016 – Lexicographic Resources for Human Language Technology

Full day workshop at LREC2016 | Portorož, Slovenia | May 24, 2016

Submission details are now available: http://ailab.ijs.si/globalex/dates-and-submission/

Committees page is updated: http://ailab.ijs.si/globalex/committees/

Submission deadline: February 15, 2016

GLOBALEX 2016 constitutes the first-ever joint initiative by the five major continental lexicography associations – AFRILEX, ASIALEX, AUSTRALEX, DSNA, EURALEX – and the international conference on electronic lexicography, eLex, and is a step in forming GLOBALEX, a global constellation for cross-continental, regional, local, topical and special interest communities concerned with lexicography.

The workshop aims to explore knowledge sharing and cooperation among members and with others, bridge over gaps in different research fields and communities, and set global standards for the creation, evaluation, dissemination and usage of lexicographic resources and solutions and for the interoperability of lexicography with HLT and other disciplines in the academe and industry worldwide.

More information about the event is available on the GLOBALEX 2016 Website: http://ailab.ijs.si/globalex/.

Ene 042016
 

La profesora Amparo Alcina, del grupo TecnoLeTTra, publica un artículo sobre “Estándares y formatos de intercambio en terminología” en el número 13 de la revista Tradumàtica (disponible en http://revistes.uab.cat/tradumatica/article/view/94).

La revista Tradumática: tecnologías de la traducción es coordinada por el profesor Ramón Piqué de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. El número 13, dedicado a Normalización en la industria de la traducción, ha sido editado por los expertos Celia Rico Pérez (Universidad Europea de Madrid) y Willem Stoeller.

Dic 162015
 

Announcement: TOTh 2016 – Terminology & Ontology: Theories and applications

1. TOTh Conference: “Linguistic turn and Conceptual renewal” 9 & 10 June 2016
University of Savoie (Chambéry, France)

Deadline for submission of abstracts: 29 February 2016
Notification to authors: 6 April 2016
www.porphyre.org/toth

The TOTh conferences aim to assemble researchers, industrialists, practitioners and, in a more general way, everyone whose interests concern terminology, language, and knowledge engineering. The TOTh program committee consists of the most prominent personalities in the domain, representing more than 20 different nationalities. French and English are the official languages.

The 10th international TOTh conference will take place on Thursday 9th and Friday 10th June, 2016 at the University of Savoie (Chambéry, France). On the occasion of this ‘anniversary’ year the focus will be on these two major turning points, i.e. the swing to linguistics and the conceptual renewal, which Terminology has experienced over the last decades.

The ‘Young Researcher’ prize is awarded by the program committee during the conference.

2. TOTh Training Session: “The contribution of Linguistics to Terminology”, 7 & 8 June 2016
University of Savoie (Chambéry, France).

The TOTh training sessions are organised over two days immediately before the TOTh Conference. They aim to promote collaboration among language and knowledge professionals. The 2016 TOTh training session will focus on ‘The contribution of Linguistics to Terminology’, the 2017 training session on ‘The contribution of Ontology to Terminology’.

www.porphyre.org/toth

Ene 122015
 

El grupo TecnoLeTTra participa en el proyecto de investigación “Proyectos de traducción con traducción automática estadística y postedición” – dirigido por los doctores Olga Torres y Ramón Piqué, ambos de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. En el proyecto participan una veintena de investigadores de diferentes universidades.

Nov 122013
 

El próximo viernes 15 de noviembre de 2013, de 12 a 18 h. tendrá lugar la defensa de Trabajos de fin de máster del Máster en Tecnologías de la traducción y localización, en el Seminario del Departamento de Traducción. 3r piso de la FAcultad de ciencias Humanas y Sociales. Se han presentado seis trabajos (cinco proyectos profesionales y un trabajo de investigación).

Los distintos tribunales estarán formados por las profesoras Celia Rico (UEM), Pilar Sánchez Gijón (UAB), Laura Ramírez (UV), Verónica Pastor y Amparo Alcina (UJI).