Conference Programme


(All times are GMT)

6:50-7:00am: Opening
Prof Ruslan Mitkov, Dr Vilelmini Sosoni, Julie Giguère, Elena Murgolo and Elizabeth Deysel

7:00-8:30am David Orrego-Carmona (Aston University)
Limits and possibilities of eye tracking in subtitle-reading research

8:30-10:00am Bianca Prandi (University of Mainz)

10:00-11:30am Esther Bond (Slator)
Human-in-the-loop translation in action

30 min break

12:00am-1:30pm Frédéric Blain (University of Wolverhampton)
Quality Estimation for Machine Translation

1:30-3:00pm Tharindu Ranasinghe Hettiarachchige (University of Wolverhampton)
Multilingual MT Quality Estimation

3:00-4:30pm Clara Ginovart Cid (Datawords)
Drill the three post-editing skills

30 min break

5:00-6:30pm Moritz Schaeffer (University of Mainz)
How to study Error Recognition during Post-editing

6:30-8:00pm Félix do Carmo (University of Surrey)
Is automatic post-editing the end of the line for the “human-in-the-loop”?

6th July TRITON

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6:45-7:00am: Opening
Prof Ruslan Mitkov, Dr Vilelmini Sosoni, Julie Giguère, Elena Murgolo and Elizabeth Deysel

7:00-8:00am KEYNOTE SESSION 1
Stephen Doherty (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
Psychological and cognitive advances in translation and interpreting technologies


Parallel Session 1: Evaluation metrics for Machine Translation

Despoina Mouratidis, Maria Stasimioti, Vilelmini Sosoni and Katia Lida Kermanidis
NoDeeLe: A Novel Deep Learning Schema for Evaluating Neural Machine Translation Systems

Hadeel Saadany and Constantin Orasan
BLEU, METEOR, BERTScore: Evaluation of Metrics Performance in Assessing Critical Translation Errors in Sentiment-oriented Text

Parallel Session 2: Cognitive aspects of interpreting

Francesco Saina
Remote Interpreting: Platform Testing in a University Setting

Dora Murgu
Approaching stress and performance in RSI: proposal for action to take back control

9:00-10:00am KEYNOTE SESSION 2
Adam LaMontagne (RWS)
Getting meta with MT metadata: how to extract value from the process of MT processing

10:00-10:30am Coffee break

10:30-11:30am KEYNOTE SESSION 3
Elsa Sklavounou (RWS)
What a future talent would say about translation automation?


Parallel Session 3: Named Entity Recognition and Resources for Machine Translation

Maria Carmela Cariello, Alessandro Lenci and Ruslan Mitkov
A comparison between named entity recognition models in the biomedical domain

Ali Hatami, Ruslan Mitkov and Gloria Corpas Pastor
A Case Study of Cross-lingual Named Entity Recognition via FastAlign

Irene Rivera-Trigueros and María-Dolores Olvera-Lobo
Building a Corpus for Corporate Websites Machine Translation Evaluation. A Step by step Methodological Approach

Parallel Session 4: Interpreting Technology/Text-to-sign translation/Translation memories

Susana Rodriguez, Roberto Gretter, Marco Matassoni, Alvaro Alonso, Oscar Corcho, Mariano Rico and Falavigna Daniele
SmarTerp: a CAI System to Support Simultaneous Interpreters in real-time

Floris Roelofsen, Lyke Esselink, Shani Mende-Gillings and Anika Smeijers
Sign Language Translation in a Healthcare Setting

Khaled Ben Milad
A Comparison of the Word Similarity Measurement in English-Arabic Translation Memory Segment Retrieval including an Inflectional Affix Intervention

1:00-2:00pm KEYNOTE SESSION 4
Florian Faes (Slator)
Inside the USD 25 Billion Global Language Industry

2:00-3:00pm Lunch break

3:00-4:00pm KEYNOTE SESSION 5
Marcello Federico (Amazon)
Challenges and Progress in Automatic Dubbing

4:00-5:00pm KEYNOTE SESSION 6
André Martins (Unbabel)
Human-Aided Translation and Quality Estimation

5:00-6:00pm KEYNOTE SESSION 7
Sabine Braun (University of Surrey)
Advancing research on distance interpreting for the post-pandemic age

6:00-6:30pm Coffee break

6:30-7:30pm KEYNOTE SESSION 8
Fabio Alves (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte)
Translation process research at the interface with human-computer interaction: challenges and perspective


Parallel Brainstorming/Poster Session 1: MT for low resourced languages/MT for translating of subtitles

Victoria Firsanova
Karelian Machine Translation

Lucía Bellés-Calvera and Rocío Caro Quintana
Audiovisual Translation through NMT and Subtitling in the Netflix Series ‘Cable Girls’

Parallel Poster Session 2: NLP projects

Lígia Venturott and Ruslan Mitkov
Fake News Detection for Portuguese with Deep Learning

Anne Eschenbrücher
What makes a concept complex? Measuring conceptual complexity as a precursor for text simplification

7th July TRITON

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Parallel Poster Session 3: Post-editing efforts/automatic post-editing

Rocío Caro Quintana
Integration of Machine Translation and Translation Memory: Post-editing efforts

Marie Escribe and Ruslan Mitkov
Interactive Models for Post-Editing

Parallel Poster Session 4: Multiword expressions in MT/MT training

Yves Bestgen
Using CollGram to Compare Formulaic Language in Human and Machine Translation

Gema Ramírez-Sánchez, Juan Antonio Pérez-Ortiz, Felipe Sánchez-Martínez, Caroline Rossi, Dorothy Kenny, Riccardo Superbo, Pilar Sánchez-Gijón and Olga Torres-Hostench
MultiTraiNMT: training materials to approach neural machine translation from scratch

8:00-9:00am KEYNOTE SESSION 9
Rico Sennrich (University of Zürich)
How Contextual is Neural Machine Translation?

9:00-10:00am KEYNOTE SESSION 10
Rosanna Villani (European Central Bank)
The changing profile of the translator profession at the European Central Bank – how translators mastered the digital transformation

10:00-10:30am  Coffee break

10:30-11:30am KEYNOTE SESSION 11
Elena Davitti (University of Surrey)
Hybrid practices for real-time interlingual communication via speech recognition: the SMART project

11:30am-12:30pm KEYNOTE SESSION 12
Stephanie Labroue (Systran)
Monetize your linguistic assets: Train your own MT Model!

12:30-1:30pm KEYNOTE SESSION 13
Josef van Genabith (German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence)
MMPE Multi-Modal Interface Support for Post-Editing

Presentation of the Organising Committee

1:45-3:00pm Lunch break

3:00-4:00pm KEYNOTE SESSION 14
William D. Lewis (University of Washington and Microsoft Translator)
Speech Translation in Education: Use and Impacts

4:00-5:00pm KEYNOTE SESSION 15
Gloria Corpas Pastor (University of Malaga)
Interpreting and technology: is the sky really the limit?

5:00-6:00pm KEYNOTE SESSION 16
Konstantin Savenkov (Intento)
Machine Translation Today and Tomorrow: A Retrospective and a Look at the Future

6:00-6:30pm Coffee break


Parallel Session 5: Post-editing and post-editing applications

Viveta Gene
The Post-Editing Workflow: Training Challenges for LSPs, Post-Editors and Academia

Martha Maria Papadopoulou, Anna Zaretskaya and Ruslan Mitkov
Benchmarking ASR systems based on post-editing effort and error analysis

Parallel Session 6: Online translation courses/Localisation

Miguel A. Jimenez-Crespo
Feedback in online translation courses and the Covid Era

Parthena Charalampidou
The use of corpora in an interdisciplinary approach to localisation

7:30-8:30pm KEYNOTE SESSION 17
Lynne Bowker (University of Ottawa)
Machine translation use outside the language industries

8:30pm: Closing
Prof Ruslan Mitkov, Dr Vilelmini Sosoni, Julie Giguère, Elena Murgolo and Elizabeth Deysel