There will be two and a half days of regular 35 minute talks (25 minutes presentation, 10 minutes Q&A) beginning on Friday morning and ending Sunday lunchtime. This will facilitate delegates' transfer to Copenhagen for the MT Summit.
Each talk will be a plenary talk, with no parallel sessions, as is typical at
TMI. We will also have a poster and demonstration session.
The list of accepted papers is now available, as is
There will be two invited talks, one by Hermann Ney, entitled Statistical MT from TMI-1988 to TMI-2007: What Has Happened?
and the other by Anna Sågvall Hein, on Rule-based and Statistical Machine
Translation with a Focus on Swedish.
There will also be a panel session chaired by Steven Krauwer entitled Is MT in Crisis? This promises to be both fun and informative.