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TAMA Conference 2001 Program


5th TermNet Symposium

TAMA 2001

Antwerp (Belgium), 1-2 February 2001

 

Sharing Terminological Knowledge

Terminology for Multilingual Content

Interoperability in Multimedia and Crossmedia Environments

 
Jointly organized by

TermNet
Lessius Hogeschool
NL-TERM

www.termnet.at
www.lessius-ho.be
www.nlterm.org

Objective

The Symposium will focus on providing an overview of new developments in the growing language resources markets, with special emphasis on products, tools, and solutions for improving global accessibility to multilingual terminological resources for different user communities around the world. These LR markets show the integration of language engineering (LE) methodologies and tools on the one hand and new approaches and tools based on the Internet and mobile computing for creating and accessing LRs on the other hand.


Preliminary Programme

The generic topics for industry presentations and advanced research reports include among others:
System and product-related presentations

· Project-related reports

· Application reports

· Standards-related issues

with respect to terminology management systems, ontology systems, mobile computing applications, term extraction, metadata registries, knowledge management with text mining, e-learning and new didactics, copyright management, accounting and billing, interchange, interoperability, validation, convergence, interfaces, intelligent filters, globalisation, internationalisation, localisation, personalisation, usability, quality, etc.

Exhibition

The Symposium will be accompanied by an exhibition of latest software developments and applications as well as LE products and services organized by NL-TERM. Exhibitors are requested to contact F.Steurs@kvh.be

Venue

(of TAMA 2001 as well as the Open SALT Workshop)

Lessius Hogeschool
Campus Sint Andries
Sint Andriesstraat 2
B-2000 Antwerp, Belgium
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E-mail
URL
+32-3-206 0480
+32-3-206 0499
F.Steurs@kvh.be
http//www.nlterm.org
 
Venue of the Special TermNet B2B Pre-conference Workshop: Hilton Hotel, B-2000 Antwerpen, Groenplaats

Organising Committee

Programming Committee

Frieda Steurs
Marta Alonso
Gerhard Budin
Christian Galinski
Gabriele Sauberer
Sue Ellen Wright
Frieda Steurs
Khurshid Ahmad
Lynne Bowker
Gerhard Budin
Teresa Cabré
Fatima Castanheira
Key-Sun Choi
Rute Costa
Loïc Depecker
John Humbley
Christer Laurén
Alan K. Melby
Felix Mayer
Jenifer Pearson
Cecilia Plested
Margaret Rogers
Peter Sandrini
Klaus-Dirk Schmitz
Sue Ellen Wright

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Pre-conference Workshops

(1) SALT Open Workshop

SALT & OSCAR & OLIF presentation to the general public.
Organized by the SALT Group (http://www.loria.fr/projets/SALT/).
Venue: Lessius Hogeschool (same as TAMA 2001) - Wednesday 31 January p.m. Schedule : 13:30 - 17:30, see website for details
Please contact : Gerhard Budin gerhard.budin@univie.ac.at
SALT Standards-based access service to multilingual NLP lexicon and human-oriented terminology resources
OSCAR Open Standards for Container/content Allowing Reuse
OLIF Open Lexicon Interchange Format

(2) M-Commerce: Content for E-commerce via Mobile Computing and Mobile Telephony

(Special B2B Workshop organized by the TermNet Marketing Forum
(Chairman: Gerhard Heyer)
Venue: Hilton Hotel, B-2000 Antwerpen, Groenplaats, Wednesday 31 January
Please contact: gsauberer@termnet.at or the TermNet Secretariat:
attn. Mr Christian Galinski infopoint@infoterm.org

Preliminary Programme

09:00 Opening (G. Heyer, C. Galinski)
09:15 Toine van Hoof (Fraunhofer Gesellschaft/IAO) "Personalized Content: Designing, Building and Maintaining Targeted Information Channels for (Mobile) Customers and Partners"
10:00 Mika Herpiö (Kielikone Oy) "New Business for Terminology and Lexicography through Mobile Telephony"
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 Ebel (Pro7) "Personalization and Content Syndication at German News Channel N24"
12:00 Lunch break
13:30 Gerhard Heyer (Univ. Leipzig) "Information Structuring for Mobile Contents"
14:15 Uwe Quastorff (text:tech) "Mobile Access to Multilingual Lexical Information"
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Matthias Dannenberg (ISA Tools) "Implementation and Structuring of Personalized Multilingual Multi-Channel E-Commerce Applications"
16:15 General Discussion
17:00 Closure
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Conference Programme

February 1st - Thursday

Registration desk : Groundfloor (Lessius Hogeschool, dept. of translators and interpreters)
Conference room : Belpaire Room: 1st floor
8.30-10.00 Registration, welcome coffee & tea, exhibition
10.00 Opening address
Christian Galinski
Flora Carrijn
Frieda Steurs
 
(TermNet)
(Lessius Hogeschool)
(NL-TERM)
Morning session (Chair: Gerhard Budin)
10.15 Keynote lecture
Sue Ellen Wright
(KSU) Convergence Technologies and Language Engineering
11.00 Laurent Romary (Loria) Towards an Abstract Representation of Terminological Data Collections - The TMF model
11.30 Alan Melby (BYU) Standards-based Access to Lexical and Terminological Data (SALT)
12.00 Ben Martin (J.D. Edwards) Terminology Management Driving Content Management
12.30 Discussion time
12.45 Lunch
Afternoon session (Chair: Christian Galinski)
14.00 Wim Heusinkveld (STAR) XML based Terminology Management on the Internet
14.30 Klaus-Dirk Schmitz (DEUTERM) Pre-normative Terminology in Terminological Theses and Dissertations
15.00 Kara Warburton (IBM) Terminology Relations in a Relational Database
15.30 Coffee break + Exhibition
16.00 Gerrit Sanders (Trados) Sharing Terminology: The Benefits of Web Based Workflow
16.30 Jörg Schütz (IAI) Ontologies in Terminology Work - Examples from the Automotive and Software Industries
17.00 Marie-Jeanne Derouin (Langenscheidt) From Traditional Dictionary Publisher to Content Provider - A New Era in the Publishing Industry: Implications for Data-Management and Marketing
19.00 Reception in the town hall

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February 2nd - Friday

09.00 Exhibition and poster sessions
Gabriele Sauberer  (Infoterm) New EU Projects for Terminology Infrastructures
Michael D. Rushforth (BYU) SALT Web Tutorial
Daniela Dettmann (KSU) ISO 12620 Computer applications in terminology - Data categories
10.00 Round table Terminology in the Age of M-computing & M-commerce
Statements by Galinski (TermNet), Melby (BYU), Miettinen (AAC), Toshiba, Belgacom, Telenet, Lionbridge, Nokia, L&H Speech Products
11.00 Coffee break
Morning session (Chair: Frieda Steurs)
11.30 Alexis Crespel (GEMA) The GEMA Project
12.00 Khurshid Ahmad (Univ. of Surrey) Web Tracking and Knowledge
Lee Gillam Management: Text Repositories
Margaret Rogers and their Automatic Analysis
12.30 Discussion time
12.45 Lunch (4th floor)
Afternoon session (Chair: Gerhard Heyer)
14.00 Daniel Prado (Union Latine) Design of a Meta Website for Language Resources
14.30 Gerhard Heyer (Univ.Leipzig) Terminology and Other LRs in Text Mining for Knowledge Management
15.00 Coffee break / exhibition
15.30 Andrew Joscelyne (Equipe Consortium) Ready-for-Market Terminology Management and Delivery in Content Localisation
16.30 Mika Herpio (Kielikone Oy) Terminology Going Mobile
17.00 Closing lecture
Gerhard Budin
(Univ. Vienna) Creating, Sharing and Reusing Terminological Knowledge for Transcultural Content Management
17.45 Final discussion
18.00 Closure

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Other "closed" meetings in conjunction with TAMA 2001

SALT Dinner
SUN 2001-01-28
FRI 2001-02-02
SALT meetings
MON 2001-01-29 - all day
SAT 2001-02-03
OSCAR/TBX/SALT+OLIF (a.m.)
OSCAR/TMX (p.m.)
Venue: Lessius Hogeschool
ISO/TC 37/SC 3 meetings
MON 2001-01-29 : ISO/TC 37 Dinner
TUE 2001-01-30: ISO/TC 37/SC 3
Editorial Committee meeting (a.m.)
ISO 16642 and 12620 coordination, DCS format (p.m.)
WED 2001-01-31: ISO/TC 37/SC 3
Editorial Committee meeting (a.m.)
Venue: Lessius Hogeschool
Infoterm Executive Board Meeting
TUE 2001-01-30
17:30 IEB meeting
18:30 Joint dinner
Venue: Lessius Hogeschool
GTW General Assembly and Board Meeting
TUE 2001-01-30
18:30 GTW General Assembly
Venue: Lessius Hogeschool
TermNet statutory meetings
WED 2001-01-31
17:30 TermNet Assembly
18:15 TermNet Board meeting
18:30 TermNet Executive Committee meeting
18:45 Closure
Venue: Hilton Hotel, Groenplaats , B-2000 Antwerpen

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Participation and Exhibition fees

Regular rate Reduced Rate*
TAMA 2001 only 500 EUR 230 EUR
TermNet Workshop only 400 EUR
Tama 2001 and TermNet Workshop 700 EUR 400 EUR
* Reduced rate for TermNet members, NL-TERM members and Academics

Reduced rate for students: 100 EUR for TAMA 2001
Special Exhibitors rate for TAMA 2001 and the Exhibition: 900 EUR for the combined fee (allows participation of up to 3 persons)

Payment

Together with their registration participants are requested to kindly transfer the participation fees applicable to the following account (clearly indicating the purpose: "TAMA 2001" and the participation category):

Bank Fortis bank (Brussels) SWIFT code GEBABEBB36A
Account NL-TERM number 001-3141442-76
Please state your name + participation TAMA 2001 + participation category

Hotels

Alfa de Keyser Hotel 28/1 - 30/1 4000 Bef ( 99,15 EUR) single/night
31/1 - 2/2 3500 Bef ( 86,76 EUR) single/night
B-2000 Antwerpen, De Keyserlei 66 T +32-3-206 74 60 F +32-3-232 39 70
Hilton Hotel 7200 Bef (178,48 EUR) single/night
B-2000 Antwerpen, Groenplaats T +32-3-204 12 12 F +32-3-204 12 13
Hotel Cammerpoorte 2200 Bef (+/- 55 EUR) single/night
B-2000 Antwerpen, Nationalestraat 38 T +32-3-231.97.36 F +32-3-226 29 68

Send a message to: F.Steurs@kvh.be and mention your choice of hotel. We will make the reservation for you. Please make your reservations as soon as possible, as only a limited number of rooms are available at these reduced prices, especially for TAMA 2001.

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INSCRIPTION LEAFLET

Download in Microsoft Word: INSCRIPTION LEAFLET.doc

 
Send this form to : Prof.dr. Frieda Steurs, Lessius Hogeschool
Dept. Translators and Interpreters, Sint Andriesstraat 2
B-2000 Antwerpen, Belgium
Or fax it to : 00-32-3-206 04 99 (attn. Frieda Steurs)
Or send a copy of this form over e-mail F.Steurs@kvh.be
Name: ........................................................................................................................................................................................
Address: ...................................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................................................
Institute / affiliation / company: ..........................................................................................................................................
Tel: ...................................................................................... e-mail: ........................................................................................

I would like to register for the TAMA 2001 conference and I pay
Regular rate Reduced Rate*
TAMA 2001 only 500 EUR 230 EUR
TermNet Workshop only 400 EUR
Tama 2001 and TermNet Workshop 700 EUR 400 EUR
* Reduced rate for TermNet members, NL-TERM members and Academics

Reduced rate for students: 100 EUR for TAMA 2001
Special Exhibitors rate for TAMA 2001 and the Exhibition: 900 EUR for the combined fee (allows participation of up to 3 persons)

into the bank account of NL-TERM
Bank Fortis bank (Brussels) SWIFT code GEBABEBB36A
Account NL-TERM number 001-3141442-76
Please state your name + participation TAMA 2001 + participation category

I would like to make a hotel reservation
(reduced rates especially for TAMA)

Hotel Alfa de Keyser, De Keyserlei 66, Antwerpen
 

number of nights : ...... the exact dates: ..........

Hotel Cammerpoorte, Nationalestraat 38, Antwerpen
 

number of nights : ...... the exact dates: .........

Hilton Hotel, Groenplaats, Antwerpen
 

number of nights : ...... the exact dates: .........

I would like to participate in the social programme on Saturday, February 3rd
(this is free of charge , but you have to register!)

Diamond Walk (morning activity) (visit Antwerp as the world centre of diamonds!)
Rubens and Cathedral walk (afternoon activity) (a look into the rich history of the city!)

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