University Savoie Mont-Blanc (France)
The TOTh community was created in 2007 and, ever since, has drawn together researchers, teachers, trainers, practitioners, users and industrialists whose interests concern terminology and, in a more general way, the links between language and knowledge in the context of our discipline.
TOTh is open to all streams of thought, and sets out to provide a forum of exchange and sharing where problems are presented along with solutions and feedback from experience, on both the theoretic and the applied planes, as well as new tendencies and perspectives in the disciplines associated with terminology and ontology (translation, lexicography, knowledge engineering, information sciences …).
The TOTh international community comprises more than 20 different nationalities and the most prominent personalities in the domain. The official languages are French and English. The annual events that TOTh organizes include a conference, a training session, and a Workshop.
List of Topics:
■ ­Terminology, Translation, Linguistics, Corpus linguistics, Computational linguistics, Natural Language Processing…
■ ­Ontology, Knowledge Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning, Information Retrieval, Semantic Web…
■ ­Applications of Terminology and/or Ontology: Information and Library sciences, Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Education, Medicine, Finance, Standardization, etc.
Organized by: University of Crete (TALOS ERA Chair)
With the support of:
■ Ministère de la Culture – Délégation Générale à la Langue Française et aux Langues de France
■ University of Crete (Greece)
■ Université Savoie Mont-Blanc – Polytech Annecy Chambéry (France)
■ Ass.I.Term – Associazione Italiana per la Terminologia

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