Registration & Submission
attendance in person & no conference dinner & waged in high-income country: 100€
attendance in person & no conference dinner & unwaged or outside of high-income country: 80€
remote participation: 80€
A list of high-income countries can be found here.
Paper and Poster Submission
Abstracts need to be submitted via email by November 19. Please attach them as PDFs. Try to avoid references to yourself in the abstract.
The papers are required to have a strong empirical background either by reporting empirical findings or by drawing on the results of previous empirical studies for a contribution towards theorizing translation. We welcome papers that draw on a wide range of (quantitative) empirical methods including but not limited to corpus-based, experimental, observational methods, combinations of methods and machine learning approaches. Two types of submission will be accepted:
- Oral papers
Abstracts should be between 800 and 1,000 words. Please indicate whether you prefer a paper or a poster presentation. Both types of submission should include a list of references (not included in the word count). They should provide a clear outline of the aim of the study, including clearly articulated research question(s), details of the data and method(s), and results. Preference will be given to papers that can already report results and that evaluate the informativeness of findings with the help of statistics. We also encourage contributions that discuss how their empirical findings can inform an empirical model of translation.
Papers will be 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes of discussion. They will be peer-reviewed by the scientific committee in a double-blind approach.