AMTA 2006 is the 7th biennial conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas. The conference will be held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, across the Charles River from Boston, and right next to MIT Campus. Cambridge and the Boston area are home to a large number of active MT and related language technology companies and users.
The founding goal of AMTA was to bring together researchers, developers and users (a group that includes sponsors, evaluators, and observers of MT). AMTA 2006 offers a program with the high quality technical content that has become a hallmark of AMTA events. The conference is preceded by a day of focused tutorials on Tuesday, August 8th. The main conference includes a special two-day program track specifically for users and prospective users of translation technology on Wednesday and Thursday, August 9th and 10th. The technical program continues through Friday. The conference is followed by a day (Saturday, August 12th) of hands-on workshops for special interest groups.
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Tuesday, August 8th, Welcome Reception following Tutorials
Thursday, August 10th, Banquet 6:30 - Summer Shack
Enjoy a traditional New England clambake at Jasper White's Summer Shack. Lobster! Raw bar! And plenty of non-seafood and vegetarian options as well.
Research Program – August 9-11
User Program Track – August 9-10
Wednesday August 9:
Opening Keynote: Back to back presentations: Daniel Marcu and Alan Melby - The potential and limitations of MT paradigms
Panel Discussion: Machine Translation for Social Impact
Thursday, August 10:
Keynote Presentation on MT Research – Joe Olive, DARPA GALE Program Manager
Friday, August 11:
Panel Discussion: Hybrid Machine Translation: Why and How?
The 2nd AMTA Technology Showcase is a non-commercial (i.e., free-to-exhibit) event for providing demonstrations of new technology and research. It will be held Thursday, August 10 from noon to 5 p.m. The exhibits are open to the public at no charge.
Exhibits include commercial, U.S. government, and university applications of machine translation and of tools that can be used in conjunction with MT (e.g., transliteration, post-editing).
List of Exhibitors
The showcase will take place the afternoon of Thursday, August 10th, and is open to the public.
We have chosen to use the ACL-05 style guides for submission of papers. They are availble in both LaTeX and in Word format.
|Notification to authors||June 15, 2006|
|Camera-ready copy||June 30, 2006|
Submission of Final Paper following Notification: Go to http://www.softconf.com/start/AMTA06/ and follow instructions to submit a regular paper, using the confirmation number and submission password you received when submitting your paper.
|Read the Call For Papers|
|Read the Call For Tutorials and Workshops|
|Read the Call for Panels and Roundtables|
|Read the Call for User Session Proposals|
|Read the Call for Participation: Technology Showcase|
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