University of Geneva goes Apostroph
Anja Lindner, a lecturer in German at the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting of the University of Geneva, and her 14 students enjoyed gaining an insight into the practical side of things during their visit to Apostroph Lausanne. The guests followed Apostroph's presentation and the processes of a Language Service Provider (LSP) with interest. Afterwards, there were some animated discussions about exciting new developments on the market as well as state-of-the-art technologies and the latest scientific findings in the fields of translation and interpreting. Finally, a tasty snack and drink presented the opportunity to hold in-depth conversations on various topics and bilateral discussions on other aspects.
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- November - Keys, brass tacks, Silvana Camenisch
- September - Traditions, trends, Corinne Odermatt in person
- June - Wrestling with idioms philosophically
- April - Rock-paper-scissors, myAPOSTROPH in celebratory mood, Patricia Kamer in person
- January Newsletter - Data network, Financial Word of the Year, In person Andy Krapf
- November - 48 times Christmas, ISO standard, Sarah Iseli
- September - a single click, pro specie grischa, Apostroph in person – Helene Mathis
- June – Localisation; Data security; The Battle of Morgarten
- March – Apostroph; Friday the 13th; In person: Ina Jukic
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