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Tue May 21 2013
Summer Schools: 3rd International Ph.D. Summer School in Translation Process Research/ Copenhagen, Denmark
Editor for this issue: Caylen Cole-Hazel
From: Laura Winther Balling <lwb.ibccbs.dk>
Subject: 3rd International Ph.D. Summer School in Translation Process Research/ Copenhagen, Denmark
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3rd International Ph.D. Summer School in Translation Process Research/ Copenhagen, Denmark
Host Institution: Copenhagen Business School
Coordinating Institution: Copenhagen Business School
Dates: 05-Aug-2013 - 08-Aug-2013
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Focus: The course will focus on theoretical aspects of translation process
research, on experimental research design and methodology, on data
visualization and human translation modeling, and on qualitative and
quantitative data analysis. There will also be an opportunity to get hands-on
experience with recording eye-tracking sessions and to discuss issues arising
in connection with user interaction with language technological tools,
particularly the process of post-editing machine translation output. In addition,
participants will have the chance to discuss their research with each other
and the lecturers.
Minimum Education Level: PhD
Participants should have an interest in translation process research and may be
PhD-students at any stage in their studies or other researchers.
The Center for Research and Innovation in Translation and Translation
Technology (CRITT) at CBS is offering the third international PhD course in
Translation Process Research (TPR) from August 5 to 8, 2013.
The course components will be taught by leading researchers in the respective
fields, including; Michael Carl, Barbara Dragsted, Kristian Tangsgaard
Hvelplund, and the course coordinators Arnt Lykke Jakobsen and Laura Winther
Balling. The mornings will be devoted to lectures and discussion, while the
afternoon sessions will include participant presentations, consultation with
the lecturers, and preparing, running and analysing a demonstration experiment
using the methods taught in the morning sessions. The course will be taught in
Following the course, there will be an open workshop on Speech and Gaze in
Translation (SGT Workshop) on August 9 and 10, 2013. Participants are
encouraged to participate in the workshop and invited to contribute an
abstract for a paper presentation at the workshop.
The course is 4 ECTS which means that participants should expect to invest
around 120 hours in the course, including preparation time and the course
itself. Participants should also submit 2 pages describing their
research project. More details will be provided upon registration.
A preliminary programme is now available at
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
Tuition: 200.00 EUR
Registration: 15-Mar-2013 to 01-Jun-2013
Contact Person: Fulvio Rizzollo
Apply on the web: https://conference.cbs.dk/index.php/TRP/SGT/schedConf/registration
Please visit the application website to register.
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