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CLIN31 was a great success!

(July 12, 2021 ) Last Friday, 9 July 2021, LT3 team members Lieve, Orphée, Seza, Arda, Bram, Ayla and Sofie organised the first online edition of the annual Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Conference …

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New work presented at MT summit

(Aug. 21, 2019 ) Currently the Machine Translation Summit is taking place in Dublin. An LT3 delegation has already been there for a few days presenting some of their most recent work at two …

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Journal paper out recapping the SCATE project

(June 26, 2019 ) The SCATE (Smart Computer-Aided Translation Environment) project aimed to improve computer-assisted translation workflows in different ways. This paper gives an overview of the highlights of the entire SCATE project and …

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New publication "Interactive adaptive SMT versus interactive adaptive NMT: a user experience evaluation"

(March 20, 2019 - Gilles Jacobs) Joke Daems & Lieve Macken published new research in Machine Translation journal on comparing translator interactions with adaptive SMT and NMT versions of the Lilt system. The paper is titled: …

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Joke Daems wins CIUTI PhD Award 2017

(June 14, 2018 ) On May 30th, during the CIUTI Conference in Edinburgh, Joke Daems was awarded the CIUTI Award for her PhD thesis, which she defended in September 2016: A Translation Robot for Each …

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Defense Joke Daems

(Sept. 6, 2016 ) Yesterday (September 5th, 2016), Joke successfully defended her PhD dissertation: A translation robot for each translator? A comparative study of manual translation and post-editing of machine translations: process, quality and translator …

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LT3 presents new work at WPTP 2015 in Miami

(Nov. 5, 2015 ) Joke presented her work on 'The Impact of Machine Translation Error Types on Post-Editing Effort Indicators' at the Fourth Workshop on Post-editing Technology and Practice.

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Joke wins poster prize @ Doctoral Colloquium

(June 10, 2015 ) On June 9th, doctoral researchers from the UGent faculty of Arts and Philosophy presented their ongoing research at the fourth Doctoral Colloquium. A keynote speech about Open Humanities was followed …

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Translation in transition 2015

(Jan. 29, 2015 ) Joke presents her work at Translation In Transition 2015 in Germersheim: "Comparing human translation and post-editing using advanced research tools"

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LT3 presents new work at LREC2014

(May 28, 2014 ) Today, work of eight LT3 members is being presented at the Ninth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference at Reykjavik, Iceland. http://lrec2014.lrec-conf.org/en/ Please refer to the Publications section to learn more …

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ROBOT project presented at the Optimale symposium

(June 6, 2013 - Lieve Macken) Joke gave her first presentation on the ROBOT project at the OPTIMALE symposium in Rennes: Faster is not always better, but what if it’s not worse? A comparative study of …

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