Tilde was the local organizer of the CHAT 2011: Creation, Harmonization and Application of Terminology Resources workshop. The main idea of the workshop was to focus on the fostering the cooperation between the European Projects and research and development activities in the area of terminology, and bring together academic and industrial researchers, as well as attract and involve postgraduate students and young researchers.
In the end of January, Tilde machine translation system developers participated in the research workshop which was devoted to machine translation challenges working with morphology-rich languages. During the workshop, presentation was also given about the English-Latvian and English-Lithuanian machine translation systems developed by Tilde.
On May 12–13, for the first time in Riga, the 18th Nordic Conference on Computational Linguistics NODALIDA 2011 took place. Participants were computational linguists as well as developers of language resources and technologies from 20 countries, including Nordic and Baltic countries, Bulgaria, France, Greece, Switzerland, Germany and other countries.