The kick-off meeting of the European project GoURMET was held at the Universitat d’Alacant on January 22-23. The Transducens Research Group is one of the partners of the project “GoURMET: Global Under-Resourced MEdia Translation“, that focuses on building machine translation systems to translate global news into scarce-resourced languages. The project, … Continue reading
The 18-month ParaCrawl project (Action entitled “Provision of Web-Scale Parallel Corpora for Official European Languages”, Action No 2016-EU-IA-0114) started on September 15, 2017. Transducens group is one of the members of the consortium, together with the University of Edinburgh (coordinating), TAUS, Prompsit and Johns Hopkins University (subcontrator). ParaCrawl will create … Continue reading
The free/open-source machine translation platform Apertium, originally created by the Transducens group, has been selected one more year as one of the projects supported by Google in their Google Summer of Code program. Students from around have applied for one of the 10 projects granted to collaborate with this free/open-source … Continue reading
The Transducens group is proud to announce that EAMT 2018, the 21th Annual Conference of the European Association for Machine Translation, will take place in Alacant, from May 28 to May 30, 2018. Calls for research and user papers are available at the conference website: http://eamt2018.dlsi.ua.es/
Prof. Mikel L. Forcada, member of the Transducens group, has been elected to be the next President of the European Association for Machine Translation in the last General Assembly held in Antalya (Turkey) on May 12, 2015. Prof. Forcada will hold office for the next two years.
The group leaded by Pedro A. Pernías Peco, one of the members of our group, has been awarded in the MOOC Focused Research Awards organised by Google. Their work Improvement of students’ interaction in MOOCs using participative networks has been one of the 7 projects awarded, which will be supported … Continue reading
The Apertium project, a free/open-source rule-based machine translation platform in which the Transducens group has been strongly involved since its inception, is, for the fourth year in a row, one of the 10 free/open-source organizations selected by Google for the Google Code-In. Google Code-In is a contest to introduce pre-university students (aged 13 … Continue reading