Held in Dublin City University on November 24th, the first ‘pop-up’ conference on Multimodality & Cyberpsychology was a resounding success. Several CTTS researchers, Dr. Dorothy Kenny, Dr. Ryoko Sasamoto, and Dr. Stephen Doherty showcased some of the cutting edge research carried out … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce another SALIS PhD viva success: Giselle de Almeida successfully defended her PhD thesis on Friday, December 7th. The thesis is entitled: ‘Translating the post-editor: an investigation of post-editing changes and correlations with professional experience across two … Continue reading
The next DCLRS talk will host Henk Zeevat from the University of Amsterdam on Friday, December 7th LB08 (Lloyd Building Basement TCD). The title of the talk is: The Motor of Language Evolution: Automatic Self-Monitoring, and an abstract can be found here.
As one of Dublin City University’s designated research centres, the CTTS was delighted to have showcased a ‘pop-up’ conference on Multimodality & Cyberpsychology on Saturday, November 24th, 2012. In collaboration with the Media, Art, and Cyberpsychology Special Interest Group of … Continue reading
The CTTS is delighted to present a pop-up conference on Multimodality & Cyberpsychology on November 24th. In collaboration with the Media, Art, and Cyberpsychology Special Interest Group of the Psychology Society of Ireland, the event will host a variety of … Continue reading
The final day of the 8th International Postgraduate Conference in Translation and Interpreting commenced with Dr. Federico Federici’s talk on the aspects of Social Responsibilities and Professionalism in Translation of News. Abstract: Translating News: Social Responsibilities and Professionalism Focusing on issues of (mis)representation … Continue reading
Abstracts and further information on the keynotes and workshops of the 8th International Postgraduate Conference in Translation and Interpreting can be found here. Related queries can be sent here.
Day Two of the 8th International Postgraduate Conference in Translation and Interpreting is well underway. Prof. Andy Way opened today’s proceedings with his keynote entitled “The Importance of the Role of Translators in Machine Translation”. His talk tracked the major developments in … Continue reading
The 8th International Postgraduate Conference in Translation and Interpreting opened yesterday with two workshops. Dr. Dorothy Kenny led a workshop on the use of electronic corpora in translation and interpreting research. On the topic of eye tracking as a research method, Dr. … Continue reading
On November 8th to 10th, the 8th International Postgraduate Conference in Translating and Interpreting (IPTICI) will take place in Dublin City University. Organised by the CTTS and SALIS the conference will host a range of cutting edge research from areas of translation … Continue reading