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APTIF 9 - Reality vs. Illusion:
From Morse Code to Machine Translation

Co-organized by KATI and ITRI/GSIT

July 5-7, 2019, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea

Call for Papers

Submission Guideline

Papers submitted will be thoroughly reviewed, and outstanding papers will be published in:
(1)  APTIF9 special edition of Babel, an A&HCI journal
(2)  Interpreting and Translation Studies, a KCI journal

We would like to invite presentation proposals and papers on the following topics:


Topic:

Purpose and Future Direction of the Translation and Interpretation Industry, Education, and Research


Subtopics:

  • •history of translation and interpretation
  • •translation and interpretation competence and techniques
  • •translation and interpretation, society, and ethicss
  • •status and rights of interpreters and translators (intellectual property rights)
  • •literary translation/culture and art translation
  • •interpretation and translation industry overview by country
  • •interpretation and translation pedagogy
  • •translation and interpretation education system
  • •research methodology
  • •translator and interpreter evaluation and certification
  • •translation and interpretation tools
  • •machine translation technology and its applications
  • •machine translation evaluation



IMPORTANT DATES


Abstract submission date: January 31. 2019
Acceptance notification date: February 28, 2019
Final paper submission dates:
<Babel>: August 31, 2019
<Interpreting and Translation Studies>: October 4, 2019

Abstract Submission

Abstracts are invited for 20-minute oral presentations. Presentation proposals should include the following as indicated in the template provided:

•Title
•Author's name/s and affiliation/s
•Email address
•Abstract (max. 500 words in English)
•Selected bibliography
•Short bio


The proposal should be written in English (Times New Roman, 12 pt, single spaced). Selected papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

Abstract submission date: January 31. 2019
Acceptance notification date: February 28, 2019


Author Information

* First Name
Middle Name
* Last Name
* E-Mail
* Affiliation/s
Position
Department
* Country


Co-author

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Co-author

First Name
Middle Name
Last Name
E-Mail
Affiliation/s
Position
Department
Country



Abstract Information

* Title
* Topic
  • History of T & I
  • Competence and Technique of T & I
  • T & I, Society and Ethics
  • Status and Rights of Interpreters and Translators(Intellectual Property)
  • Literary Translation/ Culture and Arts Translation
  • T & I System and Situation per Country
  • T & I Pedagogy
  • T & I Education System
  • T & I Research Methodology
  • T & I Evaluation and Accreditation
  • T & I Tools
  • Techniques and Usage of Machine Translation
  • Assessment of Machine Translation
  • Others
* Presentation Type Oral Poster
* Abstract File  (File name special character(') not available)



Abstract template Online Submission

Presentation Guidelines

1. Individual paper: 20 minutes long and followed by 10 minutes for discussion
2. Poster session: The poster presentation should be submitted in the appropriate size and format for mounting on a 3 ft. x 4 ft. paper board.
3. One-on-one meetings: No fixed format

Download the paper template

Paper Submission

Papers submitted will be thoroughly reviewed, and outstanding papers will be published in:
(1)  APTIF9 special edition of Babel, an A&HCI journal
(2)  Interpreting and Translation Studies, a KCI journal

babel - submission deadline:
   August 31, 2019

Babel submission guidelines
Submit paper

babel - submission deadline:
   October 4, 2019

ITS submission guidelines
ITS paper template
Submit paper online