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- Day One will comprise several themed sessions of individual presentations.
- Day Two will be entirely devoted to a sequence of panels with moderated plenary debates, which will be open for discussion to all participants. In a short Question & Answer segment, the panelists will be prompted to briefly frame the topic. Questions and comments from the floor will also be incorporated into the discussion. The topics envisaged include nonverbal aspects in interpreting, research methodology and the interface between practice, training and research.
- Day Three will include a plenary round table, intended to build a common ground of ideas with all participants.
Two keynote addresses have been scheduled:
- Opening up in research into interpreting quality by Daniel Gile.
- Interactive levels and problems of nonverbal communication in simultaneous interpretation by Fernando Poyatos.