Call for Papers

Guidelines for Authors

Paper Submission






Social Programme



The 11th International Conference on
Theoretical and Methodological Issues
in Machine Translation (TMI-07)

Skövde, Sweden

September 7-9, 2007


Camera Ready Copy Instructions

Paper submission deadline: May 14th, 2007 (slight extension from 11th, previously)

Late Breaking News: following a number of requests, and given the overlap between deadlines for the two related conferences, we will accept papers for review at TMI which have already been submitted to MT Summit.

In this case, authors are requested to add a footnote to this effect on the first page of their manuscript. Papers which omit this information and which are subsequently found to have been submitted to the MT Summit will be discarded.

Papers are restricted to 10 pages, including references. We are using the two-column format for our proceedings, and strongly recommend the use of LaTeX style files or Microsoft Word Style files tailored for this conference. Several files are supplied below that describe the formatting for TMI-07 submissions.

PDF file illustrating the format


Postscript file illustrating the format


Sample latex file


Style file for latex


Bibliography formatting file for latex


MSWord dot file


Note: A paper accepted for presentation at the TMI 2007 Meeting cannot be presented or have been presented at any other meeting with publicly available published proceedings.

Submission Procedure

All papers must be submitted electronically using the START Conference Management Tool, no later than 10.00 a.m. GMT on May 14th, 2007. Papers submitted after that time run the risk of not being included.

These stylefiles are intended to help successful authors produce their camera-ready copy. However, note that papers submitted to TMI-07 should be anonymous.

Papers should be submitted in PDF format.

Papers not conforming to these formatting guidelines will be returned.

Questions regarding the submission process should be directed to away@computing.dcu.ie.

Last updated: 11th May 2007