Regular registration for participation in person is now closed.
Late registrations will be considered by the Host organization, WMO, on a case-by-case basis.
Persons registering late SHOULD NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES book travel to Geneva or accommodation in Geneva which they cannot cancel free of charge, until WMO confirms you may attend.
Confirmation will come from the email address < jiamcatt2016 (at) wmo.int >. Make sure email from this address is not redirected to your spam or junk mail box.
Registration as a remote participant is not affected by this deadline and continues to be open; no confirmations for remote participants will be given.
All such exhibits will be outside the JIAMCATT event.
All Exhibitor space has now been assigned. No further requests can be entertained.
The Conclusions and Recommendations of JIAMCATT 2015, as passed in the final plenary session on 10 April 2015, are available here. As was the case in 2014, these are accessible to all, without the need to log in.
What is JIAMCATT ?
Created in June 1987 at the United Nations Office at Geneva, the Joint Inter-Agency Meeting on Computer-Assisted Translation and Terminology, renamed in April 2006 to International Annual Meeting on Computer-Assisted Translation and Terminology (JIAMCATT), provides its partners with a forum for debate, exchange of expertise and cooperation in the fields of computer-assisted terminology and translation, interpretation and documentation retrieval. It works to establish a proprietary terminology and information repository common to all participating organizations.
To this end, JIAMCATT intends to enhance exchanges among languages services of international organizations and national bodies in order to promote the pooling of the partners' terminology resources to make them accessible to all in electronic form.
Today, JIAMCATT membership includes partners from most international organizations, as well as from various national institutions active in the field of terminology and translation.
If you wish to join JIAMCATT as a partner and have access to the common multilingual terminology resources available on the restricted site, you must first request a user ID and a password.
For more detailed information on the registration procedure, please contact JIAMCATT at the address indicated below:
Ms Hannah Riley, JIAMCATT Secretary
Translation Management Unit
European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)