This year’s tekom Jahrestagung in Wiesbaden is scheduled for 23-25 October and offers a variety of interesting presentations and workshops (conference program).
As last year, Lucy SW will be sharing a booth with Eule Lokalisierung GmbH and Delta International CITS GmbH (LED). Drop by Booth F05 to listen to one of the interesting presentations and demos. Daniel Grasmick and Nima Nourkami, both from Lucy SW, are looking forward to your visit.
Abraham de Wolf, Lucy Software, will be on stage twice on Wednesday, October 24 with a specialized presentation for experts. He is holding his German presentation „Copyright als Grundlage des Geschäfts” in the morning (NORM2, Room 7, 09:45-10:30). You will then have the opportunity to attend the English version „The Machine and Copyrights - The simple complexity of machine translation“ in the afternoon (NORM2, Room 7, 16:00-16:45).
Further presentations of Lucy partners that might interest you:
Jörgen Danielsen from EULE Lokalisierung and Harald Elsen from DELTA International will be giving a joint specialized presentation on „MTM: What should a real integration between MT and TM look like?“ (Tuesday, October 23, LOC5, Room 12B, 14:45-15:30).
Dr. Andrew Bredenkamp (Acrolinx Berlin) will be giving a workshop for experts on „Content Quality: Three Dimensions to Creating Content that Works“ on Wednesday (CS8, Room 2A2, 08:45-10:30).
Mathan Sivaloganathan (DELTA International CITS GmbH) and Ingo Schumann (EULE Lokalisierung GmbH) will be holding a tutorial for beginners on „ Post-Editing maschineller Übersetzung in der Praxis“ the same day (LOC22, Room 1A/5, 11:15-13:00).
Harald Elsen will be on stage again on Wednesday, this time together with Dr. Andrew Bredenkamp, Acrolinx GmbH, to talk about the „Complexity of Multilingual Content Lifecycle-Management“ (LT4, Room 12C, 12:15-13:00).
Finally, we would also like to draw your attention to Horst Liebscher’s specialized presentation for experts (text & form Berlin) „Mehrwerte ohne mehr Worte: Terminologie im synergetischen Kontext von Maschine und Mensch“ (LT6, Room 12C, 16:00-16:45).