June 2, 2015

Position re-opens: Experienced Machine Translation Post-Doc at Pangeanic

As announced in our international website pangeanic.com, the following vacancy is now open and applicants are welcome to start as soon as possible! Pangeanic is part of the Marie Curie project “EXPERT”, focusing on hybrid approaches to machine translation. Job Description Pangeanic BI-Europe (www.pangeanic.com) is looking for a post-doctoral researcher (Experienced Researcher – ER with

October 31, 2014

Position Available Post-Doctoral Researcher in Hybrid Machine Translation

The following position is now open at our Pangeanic office in Valencia within the Marie Curie EU EXPERT Programme as we are seeking a Researcher in Hybrid Machine Translation. The following text is the offer published at EURAXESS. Project overview: The position is part of the project EXPERT (EXPloiting Empirical appRoaches to Translation), a Marie

October 27, 2014

Hybrid Approaches to Machine Translation – Marie Curie EXPERT Summer School

Two of our members involved in developing hybrid approaches to machine translation took part in the last Marie Curie EXPERT Summer School meeting in Dublin, from 29th August to 2nd September, 2014.  Pangeanic was one of the appointed coordinators of the event together with the University of Wolverhampton and Dublin City University, Mr. Alex Helle

September 30, 2014

User Empowerment: Machine Translation API at Iolar’s TTT Conference

Manuel Herranz, as a representative from Pangeanic’s machine translation division PangeaMT will introduce business-changing technologies when using a powerful machine translation API and empowering translation practitioners to take the future in their own hands at Iolar’s TTT conference in Bled (Slovenia) 23rd-24th October, 2014. The conference will gather experts in several key areas to translation

September 29, 2014

UK spends £1M interpreting in prisons, £15M in court translation

How much does each EU country spend in court/legal interpreting and translations and interpreting in prisons? In the case of the UK, the proportion of foreign nationals in English & Welsh jails is now over 10%. The cost of hiring translators for legal translation services and interpreting in prisons has reached new heights. The Mail

September 27, 2014

Sponsoring event against rare deseases

As part of its Social Responsibility policy, Pangeanic has sponsored a charity football match by the second year in a row. Proceeds from the event go to organizations doing medical research in the fight against rare and degenerative diseases, multiple sclerosis among them. Several organizations such as El Corte Inglés, the newspaper Superdeporte, the digital

September 25, 2014

EXPERT Hybrid Machine Translation – Dublin September 2014

Pangeanic’s Alex Helle and Manuel Herranz will represent the company in this Marie Curie action by the European Union that aims to improve existing corpus-based TM and MT technologies by addressing their well-known shortcomings through the use of more sophisticated levels of linguistic processing, terminology and domain knowledge. The company is responsible for providing presentations

September 24, 2014

Hindi-Punjabi Machine Translation System

The University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom) and the Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL) of the Indian government have released a system for machine translation Hindi-Punjabi as developed by Mr. Ajit Singh, a faculty member from The Punjabi University. Mr Singh is an assistant professor at the MM Modi College. He received assistance and collaborated

May 19, 2014

Pangeanic Machine Translation Industry Leaders Forum

May 19, Valencia – Pangeanic will attend machine translation Industry Leaders Forum on 2nd and 3rd June in Dublin. The TAUS Industry Leaders Forum is a unique gathering where around 60 directors of internationalization or globalization departments and services from global corporations, machine translation companies and successful technology start-ups, share best practices and experiences with translation

March 15, 2014

Sponsoring JABA Translation Partners Summit in Porto

Pangeanic has sponsored JABA’s first Partners Summit in Porto together with other translation technology providers, including machine translation and translation management translation. Several leading translation companies in Europe, translation technology vendors and representatives from translation organizations such as ELIA and GALA met in Porto (Portugal) last week to review the needs of the European translation

November 25, 2013

Presentation on machine translation and post-editing at EXPERT Winter School

Pangeanic participated in Marie Curie’s Expert’s Winter School in Birmingham together with Dublin City University, represented by Prof Qun Li, on “Approaches to Hybrid Machine Translation“. The presentation provided data on PangeaMT’s technology and hybridation efforts particularly applicable to distant languages such as Japanese and English as reported in the Journal of the Asian Association for

October 18, 2013

Pangeanic Translation Service and Machine Translation in ElMundo.es

ElMundo.es: Pangeanic machine translation technological developments and application as a professional translation service The prestigious Spanish newspaper El Mundo published a report on machine translation technological developments by Pangeanic and its application as a professional translation service to accelerate publication in more and more languages. The article spanned over 3 pages and covered the history of

September 27, 2013

PangeaMT Platform Webinar successfully delivered at GALA

The PangeaMT team delivered a sponsored webinar on PangeaMT under the auspices of GALA, the Globalization & Localization Association on Thursday, 26 September 2013 (11:00 EDT / 17:00 CEST). Under the title The PangeaMT Platform: User-Empowering and Data-Driven, In-Domain Machine Translation, the webinar was meant to make the audience fully aware of the most innovative and user-empowering

September 12, 2013

Pangeanic at ACL 2013 – Linguistic Computing

Pangeanic attended ACL 2013 conference, which was held in Sofia (Bulgaria) this year from 4th to August 9th. ACL is one of the major conferences in the field of computer linguistics, covering many research areas including machine translation. The last two days of the conference were devoted to various kinds of workshops, including the “Eighth Workshop on