Friday, September 5, 2014

Call for Papers - FUEL GILT Conference 2014

FUEL GILT Conference 2014 - Call for Papers
November 14-15, 2014
Pune, India

Welcome to the 2nd FUEL GILT Conference - the largest event of FOSS language technology - its challenges, solutions, best practices and its conventions. FUEL GILT Conference is all about language technology world, all about GILT industry - G11N, I18N, L10N, and Translation world. The event is showcase of the efforts of volunteer communities and different organizations in the field of language technology. This event also tells us the pain and conflicts of different cultures and languages. All things are revolved around the language - related to words! We Worship Words!

The organizers of FUEL GILT Conference are Red Hat and C-DAC GIST. Thanks a lot to both the organizations for their continuous support and helping hand.

FUEL is growing only because of the support of volunteer communities world-wide and several well known organizations! The power of the event is the power of collaboration, the power of sharing, the power of volunteerism! Currently, almost 60 language communities are working with the FUEL Project across various domain including desktop, mobile, cloud, web, agriculture, health etc.

Since 2008, FUEL Project is consistently working with the different language communities to provide standard linguistic resources eg. terminologies, style guides, assessment methods etc to the world. Like last year, please collaborate and cooperate to make the event a huge success!

Call for Papers

We are pleased to announce the Call For Papers for FUEL GILT Conference 2014. Abstracts are invited for presentation/workshop on substantial, original and unique research on all aspects of GILT Industry (Globalization, Internationalization, Localization and Translations) with special focus on linguistic resources, standardization, e-governance and language technology.

The areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

Language Technology; Corpus Linguistics; Machine Translation; Natural Language Processing; Globalization; Language and Translations; Technical Terminology; Dictionary; Style Guide; Unicode/CLDR; Script Grammar; Translation Editor; Rendering Systems; Quality Assessment; Fonts; Input methods; FOSS and Localization; Computational Linguistics; Language & Culture; Endangered Language;

Please visit the event page for detailed information.

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