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Preliminary version of the program 

Poster format

Maximal poster size is A0, portrait format.

First key-note speaker

We are glad to announce our first key-note speaker: Susanne Altenberg, Head of Unit, Multilingualism Support, European Parliament

Call for Participation EXTENDED

We have extended the deadline for the Call for Participation to Oct. 13, 2013! Here you go to the paper submission!

Paper Submission open!

Papers can be now submitted via our new submission-page!

German ASR Development Data Available

The development data for the German ASR evaluation is available now.

German ASR Development Data
Hotel booking link available

Special hotel-rates for IWSLT participants are available now. All hotels are located downtown Heidelberg, 10-30 minutes walking distance from the castle. Check under the dedicated link for the hotels

Registration for Evaluation Campaign

Participants to the evaluation campaign by filling out the registration form.

Registration Form
E-Mail List and Dev Data

For participants to the 2013 Evaluation Campaign, there is no an e-mail list available to which they should subcribe in order to receive up-to-date information.

Most of the development data has been released. German data for ASR is delayed.

Evaluation Campaign
Updates of Important Dates and Evaluation Campaign

The important dates for the evaluation campaign have been updated (pdf)

Also, the input for the SLT track has been changed. Input will now be segmented ASR output or segmented audio files. The segmentation is compulsory for the SLT task.

Further, Persian has been added as an optional language for the SLT and MT track

Evaluation Campaign
Call for Evaluation available

The call for participation in IWSLT's evaluation is published. Further information or pdf-download

IWSLT-poster available

Posters about IWSLT 2013 in Heidelberg are available in several formats for download:

A4, A3-A0

10th IWSLT in the old castle of Heidelberg

IWSLT 2013 will be held in the beautiful Ottheinrichsbau, in the heart of the castle of Heidelberg!