On this page you will find links to upcoming conferences, information days and workshops which are related to the work we do. This list is not exhaustive so if you know of any other interesting events please contact Susan Fraser.
For information about Information Days being organised by our Unit in connection with the current Work Programme and Calls for Proposals please see our Related Events page.
Do you want to know if there are any Calls for Papers currently open? Have a look at WikiCFP, an interesting site which lists current and upcoming Calls for Papers by order of deadline. A wide range of disciplines is covered, including Natural Language Processing.
European Data Forum 2013
9-10 April: Dublin, Ireland
Come and discuss the challenges and opportunities of data intense sectors in an emerging European data economy - The European Data Forum (EDF) is an annual meeting place for industry, researchers, policy makers, and community initiatives to discuss the challenges and opportunities of (Big) Data in Europe. Full details including the programme are available on the website. Registration is free of charge.
Should you not be able to come to Dublin you can follow the conference on Twitter: #EDF_13.
A live stream of the main track of the conference will be provided on the conference website.
Making the Multilingual Web work
12-13 March: Rome, Italy
This workshop is organised by W3C and as with previous MultilingualWeb events, will bring together speakers and participants with an interest in best practices and standards aimed at helping content creators, localizers, tools developers, and others meet the challenges of the multilingual Web. A wide spectrum of issues will be considered, ranging from blogs and social networking sites, to localization of large corporate or organizational enterprises. Participation is particulary encouraged of speakers who can identify gaps in standards and best practices related to the mutilingual Web, and propose opportunities for addressing those. Through these workshops, the European Commission wishes to promote widespread adoption of novel, innovative solutions, workflows, and approaches, and stimulate discussion concerning concrete proposals for future EU-funded actions in the field of multilingual technologies. For full details please visit the workshop webpage.
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