Johann Roturier, Ph.D., works as a principal research engineer in the SRL Team in Dublin. He completed his PhD thesis in 2007, which investigated the impact of controlled language rules on various characteristics of machine-translated documentation. Between 2007 and 2010, his work focused on the evaluation, deployment and integration of new language and translation technologies (such as Controlled Language and Machine Translation) within existing authoring and localisation workflows. During that time, he took part in standardization activities via an OASIS technical committee. Over the last three years, he has served on numerous program committees for Computational Linguistics and Machine Translation conferences. He has also recently become a member of the editorial board of the Machine Translation journal. His work includes projects with external government agencies, businesses, universities, and open-source communities.