KantanMT welcomes the Localisation Research Centre (LRC) and the University of Limerick (UL) to its partner program.
Online PR News – 30-March-2015 – Dublin, Ireland – KantanMT is pleased to welcome the Localisation Research Centre (LRC) and the University of Limerick (UL) to its partner program. University Students from the Master of Science degree, ‘Multilingual computing and localisation’ will use KantanMT.com to learn statistical machine translation from March until September 2015.
The MSc in Multilingual Computing and localisation is a one year full time distance learning program prepared by the LRC in consultation with a panel of academic and industry experts, and takes into account on-going changes in localization and internationalization practice. It caters for new and emerging requirements with a focus on high-quality research output. The LRC is the information, educational, and research centre for the localization community.
“The course is carefully designed for students with a background in either localization, computing, language technology or translation,” Karl Kelly, LRC Manager, Department of Computer Science & Information Systems. “KantanMT provides the students with the latest MT technology, giving them a relevant and up-to-date knowledge base to take with them to industry.”
Thanks to this partnership, the MSc students at UL, now and going forward, will have the opportunity to develop customised MT engines, evaluate quality and deploy KantanMT engines. Students will also learn to optimise efficiencies for various translation processes.
For more information about KantanMT Partner Programs, or the Localisation Research Centre Partners please email Louise Irwin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
About the Localisation Research Centre (LRC)
The Localisation Research Centre (LRC) was established as the information, research and educational centre for the localization industry. The LRC works with digital publishers and their partners interested in future technologies and processes for GILT (Globalization, Internationalization, Localization and Translation). The LRC co-operates at national and international level with researchers and students, the media, consultancy firms, government agencies, and the European Commission.
KantanMT.com is a leading SaaS based machine translation platform that enables users to develop and manage customised machine translation engines in the cloud. The innovative technologies offered on the KantanMT.com platform enable users to easily build MT engines in over 750 language combinations, seamlessly integrating into localization workflows and web applications. KantanMT is based in the INVENT Building, DCU Campus, Dublin 9, Ireland.