The 3rd CFLC International Conference on
Smart Language Services: Integration and Development
Language services are services provided by agencies or institutions which offer language services to people affected with limited proficiency in foreign languages by using information, communication and technology strategies. To further improve the industry of language services from both academic and professional perspectives, and to enhance collaborations between western China and the outside world, College of Foreign Languages and Cultures (CFLC), Chengdu University and Sichuan Provincial Research Institute of Thai Studies (SPRITS) are hosting an international conference on language services with a theme of “Smart Language Services: Integration and Development”, aiming at providing an academic and professional platform for scholars and practitioners to share and contribute their knowledge and practices for better communications and further collaborations.
Time: October 15, 2019.
Application: Please fill in the application forms (below) and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Invitation letters will be sent after the applications are accepted.
Capacity: Maximum 100 attendees, including keynote speakers, panel chairs and discussants, paper presenters as well as audiences for all the sessions.
Chengdu University, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, P. R. China
College of Foreign Languages and Cultures, Chengdu University, China
Sichuan Provincial Research Institute of Thai Studies (SPRITS), China
Department of Science and Research of Chengdu University, China
Office of International Cooperation and Exchange of Chengdu University, China
Chengdu Translators Association (CTA), China
Ms Liu Chunyu
Call for PAPER:
Issues to be covered for idea exchanges and knowledge sharing at the conference include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
Translation and Interpreting
Technology Integration in Language Service
Innovations in Language and Communication
Full research papers between 5000-8000 English words in length are expected to be submitted by emails to email@example.com by August 30, 2019. All submissions to the listed research fields will be evaluated for novelty, significance, and soundness, and will be blind-reviewed by experienced researchers in the domain. Final acceptance will depend on whether the author(s) can adequately address review comments to the satisfaction of the reviewers. Authors are expected to submit their revised manuscripts by the deadline, which will be published in the proceedings after the conference.
Deadline of Full Paper Submission: August 30, 2019.
Prof. Li Ping, Chengdu University, China
Academic Committee (Alphabetically):
Annop Pongwat, Committee of Educational Reform, Thailand
Bai Yang, University of New South Wales, Australia
Chen Da, Xihua University
Duan Cheng, Chengdu University of Technology
Fu Jing, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Lang Fangnian, Chengdu University, China
Li Weibin, Chengdu University of Information Technology
Liu Yongzhi, Chengdu University of Technology
Jin Wei, Otani University, Japan
Mou Lei, Université Grenoble Alpes, France
Peng Ruomu, Sichuan University, China
Tang Xiaoyun, Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Wen Ju, Jincheng College of Sichuan University
Yang Bei, Chengdu Translators Association (CTA), China
Kong Lingcui, Sichuan Normal University
Zhang Qianxia, Chengdu Translators Association (CTA), China
Zhang Xuemei, Chengdu University, China
Zhu Zhenming, Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences, China