New Trends in Translation and Technology
3 – 6 July 2024
Submissions and publication
NETTT’2024 invites the following types of submissions:
User papers – for industry and practitioners. References to related work are optional. Allowed paper length: between 1 and 4 pages.
Academic submissions,in three different categories(have to follow formatting requirements, references to related work are required):
- (academic) full papers – describing original completed research. Allowed paper length: maximum 8 pages + 2 for references.
- (academic) work-in-progress papers/posters – describing work in progress, late breaking research, papers at a more conceptual stage, and other types of papers that do not fit in the ‘full’ papers category.Allowed paper length: maximum 6 pages + 2 for references.
- (academic) demo papers – describing working systems. Allowed paper length: maximum 4 pages + 2 for references. In addition to the papers, the authors will be expected to demonstrate the systems at the workshop.
The submission will be electronic, using the Softconf START conference management system which will be available at the conference website soon. The follow up calls will provide more further submission details.
Each submission will be reviewed by three members of the Programme Committee.
The final version of the accepted papers will be published in e-proceedings with assigned ISBN and DOI.
All accepted papers will be included in the conference e-proceedings which will be available at the conference.