The Erasmus Mundus European Masters Program in Language and Communication Technologies (LCT) is designed to meet the demands of industry and research in a rapidly growing area. It offers education and training opportunities for the next generations of leaders in research and innovation. It provides students with profound knowledge and insight into the various disciplines that contribute to the methods of language and communication technologies and it strengthens their ability to work according to scientific methods. Moreover, the students acquire practice-oriented knowledge by choosing appropriate combinations of modules in Language Technology, Computational and Theoretical Linguistics, and Computer Science.more...
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Online class about neural Natural Language Generation which was developed for the ALPS winter school: https://members.loria.fr/CGardent/alps.html
Webinars in Language Technology:
HiTZ (Basque Center for Language Technology: http://hitz.eus) will be hosting a seminar every month. The inaugural webinar was given by Eduard Hovy (CMU). Follow this link for more information: http://www.hitz.eus/en/webinars
Gallery: Graduation Ceremonies
Research and Partnership
As an international distributed Master of Science/Arts course, the European Masters Program in Language and Communication Technologies (LCT) currently has nine universities in Europe and Asia-Pacific regions taking part in. Besides, DFKI, Google Switzerland and IBM Czech Republic are associated partners of this program. For details, please visit the consortium page.
Latest Guest Scholar Talk
Sascha Brawer, "Proper Name Transliteration with ICU Transforms", 09.05.2019, in Saarbrücken.
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