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When a picture is not worth a thousand words…

Dr Silvia Rodríguez Vázquez gave a research seminar for CTTS and other colleagues on Monday, June 20th, 2016 entitled When a picture is not worth a thousand words: the case of image accessibility in multilingual websites Abstract:  In spite of the considerable advancements made to … Continue reading

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Extended deadline for IPCITI 2016

The deadline for submission of abstracts to the IPCITI 2016 conference at DCU has been extended to June 30th. For further details see the conference web site.

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CTTS welcomes new post-doctoral researcher

The CTTS is very happy to welcome a new post-doctoral researcher to our team. Dr Silvia Rodriguez Vazquez joins us having just completed her joint PhD at the University of Geneva and the University of Salamanca on the topic of … Continue reading

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O’Hagan, Cadwell and O’Brien at NPIT3 in Switzerland

Drs Pat Cadwell and Sharon O’Brien (pictured) both attended the third Non-Professional Translation and Interpreting (NPIT3) conference at which Dr Minako O’Hagan was the invited keynote speaker. The conference was hosted by ZHAW in Winterthur, Switzerland from 5-7 May, 2016. … Continue reading

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New Publications: Prof. Michael Cronin

A list of the CTTS’ Prof.Michael Cronin’s recent publications Translation and Identity (Chinese Translation), Shandong: Soochow University Press, 2014. (With Sherry Simon) Special issue on ‘The City as Translation Zone’, Translation Studies, volume 7, number 2, May 2014. ‘Cooking the … Continue reading

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Proceedings of WPTP3 now available online

The Third Workshop on Post-Editing Technologies and Practices was held in conjunction with AMTA 2014 last week in Vancouver, BC. The proceedings, edited by Sharon O’Brien, Lucia Specia and Michel Simard, are available here. Thanks to Dr. Joss Moorkens who … Continue reading

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“Best Paper” Award for DCU at EAMT 2014!

Researchers affiliated with the CTTS and CNGL at DCU, in collaboration with researchers in Brazil and industry, have won “best paper” at the EAMT 2014 conference (European Association for Machine Translation)! The paper entitled “Does post-editing increase usability? A study … Continue reading

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PhD scholarships on offer at SALIS – DCU

PhD scholarships are now being offered by the School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies (SALIS) at Dublin City University. The deadline for applications is June 6th and topics can fall into the areas of: Workplace-based research in translation studies … Continue reading

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Prof. Kaisa Koskinen delivers annual CTTS lecture

The CTTS was delighted to welcome Prof. Kaisa Koskinen, University of Eastern Finland, to the CTTS and DCU to deliver the annual CTTS lecture on Wednesday March 26th. Prof. Koskinen delivered a thought-provoking lecture on the topic of: “User-Centered Translation: … Continue reading

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Congratulations to CTTS PhD student Magdalena Dombek!

We extend our congratulations to our newest PhD, Dr. Magdalena Dombek, who recently  defended her PhD thesis entitled: A Study into the Motivations of Internet Users Contributing to Translation Crowdsourcing: The Case of Polish Facebook User-Translators. Magda was supervised by Dr. Minako … Continue reading

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