The 16th Machine Translation Summit, organized by the Asia-Pacific Association for Machine Translation (AAMT), will be held at Nagoya University, Japan, from September 18 through 22, 2017.

Machine Translation (MT) Summit is an international conference, which brings together people from the academic and commercial world developing MT and users of MT systems. The conference overviews state-of-the-art technologies in MT, its major contemporary trends and practical applications.

  • Paper presentations: MT research track, MT user track
  • Invited talk / panel discussion
  • Technology showcase
  • Tutorial
  • Workshop


September 18th: workshops, tutorials and welcome reception (at Toyoda Auditorium)
September 19th: main conference
September 20th: main conference and banquet (at Yagoto-san Koushoji temple)
September 21st: main conference
September 22nd: workshops and tutorials

Important Dates

April 24 [Workshop] Proposal deadline
April 24 [Tutorial] Proposal submission deadline: Monday

May 15 [Research Track] Submission deadline
May 15 [Tutorial] Notification of acceptance
May 15 [Workshop] Notification of acceptance

June 1 [Users and Translators Track] Submission deadline
June 19 [Research Track] Notification of acceptance

July 1 [Users and Translators Track] Notification of acceptance
July 24 [Research Track] Final camera-ready versions due

August 1 [Users and Translators Track] Final camera-ready versions due
August 18 [Tutorial] Tutorial materials due
August 18 [Workshop] Workshop proceedings due


Toyoda Auditorium
Higashiyama Campus, Nagoya University


Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi, 464-8601, Japan
You can see the inside of Toyoda Auditorium by Google Street View Special Edition.

About Nagoya

The metropolis of Nagoya, central Japan’s biggest city with a population of 2,250,000. Originally a castle town built by Tokugawa Ieyasu, Nagoya is admired as a global manufacturing city with a legacy of traditional culture and craftsmanship… At the same time, Nagoya has garnered great interest for its unique food culture, and the city’s commercial districts are home to bustling multitude of restaurants that serve Nagoya-meshi. (