New Trends in Translation and Technology

Varna, Bulgaria,

3 - 6 July 2024

*** Call for ‘Last minute results’ submissions ***

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Call for ‘Last minute results’ submissions

In view of the special track of the NeTTT’24 event on Future of Translation Technology in the Era of LLMs and Generative AI and the latest dynamic developments with LLMs, we would like to call on researchers and users/companies to submit ‘‘Last minute results” of ongoing studies in the form of short 4-to-page submissions (The conference will not consider and evaluate abstracts only). The idea is to fast-track the reviewing process for these submissions so that the results presented at the event are as up-to-date as possible.

 The presentations can be either in oral or poster format.

Submission deadline: 5 June 2024.

Notification: 12 June 2024.

Submission is done via the Softconf START conference management system at https://softconf.com/n/nettt2024.

 We invite the authors to comply with the Springer format, following the templates:

Conference registration is open on https://nettt-conference.com/fees-registration/

The second edition of the forthcoming International Conference ‘New Trends in Translation and Technology’ (NeTTT’2024) which will take place from 3 to 6 July in Varna, Bulgaria at the Cherno More Hotel. 

The objective of the conference is (i) to bridge the gap between academia and industry in the field of translation and interpreting by bringing together academics in linguistics, translation studies, machine translation and natural language processing, developers, practitioners, language service providers and vendors who work on or are interested in different aspects of technology for translation and interpreting, and (ii) to be a distinctive event for discussing the latest developments and practices. NeTTT’2024 invites all professionals who would like to learn about the new trends, present the latest work or/and share their experience in the field, and who would like to establish business and research contacts, collaborations and new ventures.

The conference will take the form of presentations (peer-reviewed research and user presentations, keynote speeches), and posters; it will also feature panel discussions. The accepted papers will be published as open-access conference e-proceedings.

 Keynote Speakers

Helena Moniz, University of Lisbon and Unbabel, Portugal
President of the European Association of Machine Translation

 Carla Parra Escartín, RWS Language Weaver 

General Chairs

Prof Ruslan MITKOV, Lancaster University, UK

Prof Gloria CORPAS PASTOR, University of Malaga, Spain

Programme Committee Chairs

Prof Constantin ORASAN, University of Surrey, UK

Dr Tharindu RANASINGHE, Aston University, UK

Publication Chair

Dr Maria KUNILOVSKAYA, Saarland University, Germany

Sponsorship Chair

Dr Vilelmini SOSONI, Ionian University, Greece

Conference Administrator

Nikolai Nikolov, Association for Computational Linguistics, Bulgaria