MT Marathon 2015 Programme

Programme (Concluded)

All videos are available here (not all sessions were recorded). Click the video icon below for direct links.

9.00-10.30 Lecture: MT Evaluation video
S9 Yvette Graham (DCU)
11.00-12.00 Keynote: Real-World Application of an Machine Translation Workflow video
S9 Tomáš Fulajtár (Moravia IT)
12.00-13.00 Project Proposals video
S9 see the live list of proposed projects
and Boaster slides (username and password: mtm)
14.30-16.00+ Lab: Translate5 - Towards a General-Purpose MT Evaluation Tool
SU2 Marc Mittag (MittagQI)
with a side note on MT-ComparEval by Martin Popel (Charles University in Prague)
9.00-10.30 Lecture: Introduction to Machine Translation and Phrase-Based Machine Translation video
S9 Aleš Tamchyna (Charles University in Prague)
11.00-12.00 Keynote: From n-gram Translation Models to large-scale, discriminatively trained conditional, Translation Models video
S9 François Yvon (LIMSI, University Paris Sud)
12.00-12.20 Boaster Session for Posters
S9 see Poster Boasters (username and password: mtm)
12.20-13.30+ Poster and Demo Session
1st floor see Accepted Papers
14.30-16.00+ Lab: Efficient Experimenting with Moses and Eman (Eman Intro and Eman Lab)
SU2 Aleš Tamchyna, Ondřej Bojar (Charles University in Prague)
9.00-9.45 Lecture: Language Modelling video
S9 Kenneth Heafield (University of Edinburgh)
9.45-10.30 Lecture: Discriminative Training video
S9 Miloš Stanojević (ILLC, University of Amsterdam)
11.00-12.00 Keynote: Neural Network Models and Google Translate video
S9 Keith Stevens (Google)
12.00-13.00 Project mid-week reports (username and password: mtm) video
14.30-16.00+ Lab: Box — Moses Suite on Amazon EC2
SU2 Amittai Axelrod
9.00-10.30 Lecture: Deep Syntactic MT and TectoMT video
S9 Martin Popel (Charles University in Prague)
11.00-12.00 Keynote: Text Representations for NLP and MT
S9 Hinrich Schütze (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
12.00-13.00 Poster Session (optional, repeated)
first floor *
14.30-16.00+ Lab: Treex for automatic post-editing or transfer-based translation (see also Treex website)
SU2 Martin Popel and Dušan Variš (Charles University in Prague)
Friday (Partly shared with Prague-Hamburg workshop. Full programme here.)
9.00-10.55 Prague-Hamburg keynote and research talks
S9 Eva Hajičová: Introduction
Walther von Hahn: Preserving Vagueness: the central mission of next generation Digital Humanities video
Wolfgang Menzel: Cross-modal Interaction between Language and Vision video
Martin Popel: Machine Learning for Deep-syntactic MT
Heike Zinsmeister: Resolving non-nominal anaphora: Challenges for annotation and resolution
11.15-12.35 Prague-Hamburg research talks
S9 Sebastian Beschke: Grammar Learning for Open-Domain Semantic Parsing
Arne Köhn: Predictive Dependency Parsing
Amr Rekaby: Cross-Modal Integration for Improved Dependency Parsing
David Mareček: Unsupervised Dependency Parsing
12.35-13.30 lunch (if pre-booked or you fit)
13.30-15.00 MTM Lecture: Syntax-Based Models and Decoding video
S9 Hieu Hoang (New York University, Abu Dhabi)
Extra slides on Non-Projectivity and Constituency vs. Dependency Trees (Ondřej Bojar, Charles University in Prague)
15.20-16.25 Prague-Hamburg research talks
S1 Cristina Vertan: Multilinguality in Historical Texts - Applying Language Technology for Cultural Heritage
Timo Baumann: Timing in Interactive Speech-to-Speech translation
Jan Hajič: The LINDAT/CLARIN large infrastructure: data and services
Closing of Prague-Hamburg workshop
9.00-10.30 Closing video, Project reports video
S9 see slides (username and password: mtm)
11.00-12.30 Project reports (Part II)
12.30-14.00 lunch (if pre-booked or you fit)
14.00-15.30 Project reports (Part III, if needed; no coffee afterwards!)