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10 & 11 February: VAKKI Symposium 2022. Online. Theme: Responsible communication, expanding the perspective to the domains of science, politics and public discussion.
18 February: International Conference on Translation Studies. Rome, Italy. Themes: academic scientists, researchers and research scholars will exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Translation Studies. The discussion will also be about the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Translation Studies.
28 & 29 March: Pan-European Terminology Summit. Online. Theme: sharing, maintaining, and synchronizing high-quality terminology resources in Europe and beyond. The Federated eTranslation TermBank Network (FedTerm) is addressing the problem that each country creating and managing terminology in a different way.
8 & 9 April: International Conference on Mechanical Actuator Systems, Translation Motion and Rotational Motion. Rome, Italy. Theme: discussion about the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Mechanical Actuator Systems, Translation Motion and Rotational Motion.
14 & 15 April: la traduction-acte CREATIF : entre science et art.
20 to 22 April: JIAMCATT. International Annual Meeting on Computer-Assisted Translation and Terminology. Online and Onsite in Geneva, Switzerland. Theme: the transforming power of remote collaboration. Specific topics like terminology, standards, the use of CAT tools will be discussed.
21 & 22 April: I Simposio Internacional de Traducción e Interpretación Especializadas. Information will be provided in March.
9 & 11 May: BP22 Translation Conference. Online and Onsite in Lisbon, Portugal. Theme: ‘BP’ stands for ‘Business & Practice’, the two overarching fields that define the subjects at our events. The aim of the conference is to improve the business and practical skills of translators. Usual subjects include client acquisition, direct clients, pricing strategies, customer service, marketing, business strategy, CAT tools, productivity tools, best practices, remote interpreting, integration of machine translation into CAT tools, quality assurance, work-life balance, and many more.
12 & 13 May: La formation en traduction à l’ère du numérique. Themes: the development of new technologies brings many changes to translation mechanisms. The conference will explore themes such as technologies and trainings, digital literacy, athematic translation in terminology and translation programs, use of technological tools, co-modal education, experiential learning and groupware, etc.
16 & 18 May: 28th GeSuS Linguistics Days, Society for Language and Languages. On site in Odense – Denmark. Themes: This year’s theme Language(s) – Sprache(n) – Sprog (sg./pl.) addresses the central position of implicit and explicit comparisons in linguistic research. Typological, historical-comparative, and contrastive studies are explicitly comparative by nature, whereas explorations of a single language, e.g., within a framework claiming universality, are, as a rule, based on or at least inspired by implicitly comparative ideas, they have comparative potential.
2 & 3 June: TOTh Conference. Terminology and Ontology: theories and applications. Online and Onsite in Chambéry – France. Theme: terminology and, in a more general way, the links between language and knowledge in the context of terminology. It will be a forum of exchange and sharing of problems and solutions, as well as new tendencies and perspectives in the disciplines associated with terminology (translation, lexicography, knowledge engineering, the information sciences). The TOTh international community comprises more than 20 different nationalities and the most prominent personalities in the domain. The official languages are French and English.
9 & 10 June: Terminology and Specialized Knowledge Representation. New Perspectives on User Needs. Rijeka, Croatia. Theme: specialists in the disciplines of terminology, terminography, specialized lexicography, LSP, computational linguistics and NLP will share their insights on the design and development of terminological materials, resources and applications with a particular view of emerging user needs in linking general and specialized knowledge resources.
16 & 17 June: Multilingual digital terminology today. Design, representation formats and management systems. Padova, Italy. Themes: Analysis of the information needs of the future user of the resource, assessment of structural design approaches for terminological data collections, study of terminological metadata and data representation formats and methods of validating the ergonomics of a resource.
20 to 25 June: LREC 2022. Language Resources and Evaluation Conference. Marseille, France. Theme: Multilingualism and Language Technology for All, Language Resources for Emergency Needs, Machine Learning and Multimodality.
22 to 24 June: International Conference on Historical Lexicography and Lexycology. Lorient, France. Theme: “West meets East”. This means looking at historical dictionaries right across Europe from Portugal in the West to Georgia in the East. Scholars will share their researches on the history of dictionaries, the making of historical dictionaries, as well as researches on historical lexicology.
12 to 16 July: XX EURALEX International Congress. Mannheim, Germany. The conference bring together professional lexicographers, linguists, publishers, researchers and software developers. The programme includes a diverse spectrum of plenary lectures, topic-related sessions, software demonstrations, pre-conference workshops, presentations of new projects and young lexicographic professionals.
23 & 24 August: International Conference on Cognitive Linguistics and Translation ICCLT. Online and Onsite in Rome, Italy. Main themes: Cognitive and construction grammar, cognitive and developmental psychology, cognitive linguistic approaches to language teaching, applied cognitive linguistics, cognitive semantics, domains and frame semantics, language evolution and language change, language use and linguistic relativity, lexicology and lexical concepts, linguistics, neuroscience.
15 & 17 September: RECLES. The Future of Language Education in an Increasingly Digital World: Embracing Change. Porto, Portugal. Theme: disruption. It is about shaping new sustainable paths for language learning, integrating technology into the teaching and learning environment.
6 & 7 October: Marqueurs et prédicteurs de réussite et de succès dans le champ littéraire. Online. Themes: Les régimes de mise en scène de soi par les écrivains, sélection, statut et fonction de la grande œuvre, les variations du canon littéraire, succès littéraires et réseaux, traduction et succès littéraire.
20 & 21 October: ICSPMT 2022. International Conference on Speech Processing and Machine Translation. Barcelona, Spain. Themes: Data Mining and Semantic Web, Information Extraction, Knowledge Representation and Ontologies, Machine Translation, Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis, Part-of-Speech Tagging, Speech and Language Generation, Speech Recognition, Speech Transcription, Term Extraction, Text Categorization, Text Summarization.
24-26 October 2022: KEOD 2022. Online. Theme: KEOD is part of IC3K, the 14th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management. KE is a multidisciplinary field, bringing in concepts and methods from several computer science domains such as artificial intelligence, databases, expert systems, decision support systems and information systems.
18 & 19 November: ICCATNLU 2022: 16. International Conference on Computer-Aided Translation and Natural Language Understanding. Paris, France. The conference program will be released soon.