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META-NET is a Network of Excellence dedicated to building the technological foundations of a multilingual European information society. During the first 24 months the project has been developing very successfully.

An important part of the project is concerned with building up a coherent and homogeneous Language Technology community in Europe by bringing together representatives from the currently highly fragmented and heterogeneous stakeholder groups (researchers, user industries, provider industries, administrators, politicians, integrators etc.). Significant steps towards this goal have been taken through various means such as, for example, by successfully mobilising ca. 70 external members for Vision Groups in the areas “Translation and Localisation”, “Media and Information Services” and “Interactive Systems”. Furthermore, METANET has been engaged in intense dissemination and communication activities right from the beginning of the project. These include presentations at various research and industry events and conferences, as well as outreach activities in various language communities for example producing Language White Papers.

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CHAT 2012: Call for Participation
The Second Workshop on Creation, Harmonization and Application of Terminology Resources
Digital Agenda Assembly - online forum
European Commission launches an online discussion forum to prepare workshops on Data
Accepted papers at LREC 2012
The METANET4U project team has submitted 2 papers at LREC 2012
Paper acceped at Hamburg Conference 2012
Invited talk on paper accepted to Hamburg Conference 2012 : "Maltese Mixed Language and Multilingual Technology"
META-NET Public Report
META-NET released their Public Report for 2011.
You can find the report here.

Paper accepted at LTC 2011
Michael Rosner, Albert Gatt, Andrew Attard and Jan Joachimsen, "Extending a Tool Resource Framework with U-Compare"

European Day of Languages
METANE4U raise public awareness through media about the Maltese language issues
Last Updated: 8 February 2012

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