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Final Theses

CLICS' exchange students will compile their Bachelor-, Master- or PhD-Thesis with funding by the DAAD. Up to now, the following final thesis are published:



Xizhe Lian, Master Thesis, KIT & CMU, January 1, - July 1, 2018: 

Figuring out How Automats Use AI to Understand and Solve Physical Puzzles


Jonas Frey, Bachelor Thesis, KIT & NAIST, June 1 - November 30, 2018

Dynamic Deformation Network: A deep generative model for 3d voxel object deformation using Kalman variation auto-encoder


Cornelia Schlagenhauf Master Thesis, KIT & CMU, June 1 - October 1, 2018

Interactive Design and Control of Tendon-Driven Soft Foam Robot Hands


Theo Beffart, Bachelor Thesis, KIT & CMU, February 22 – June 22, 2018

Creating Audio Level Dependency Parse Trees from Speech


Robin Schmucker, Bachelor Thesis, KIT & CMU, December 1, 2017 - March 31, 2018

Learning and Recognizing Activity Patterns with Sensor Data


Bettina Weller, Master Thesis, KIT & Waseda, November 15th, 2017 – May 14th, 2018: 

A Social Robot’s Emotion-Adaptive Feedback





Emanuel Jöbstl, Master Thesis, KIT & CMU, November 2017: 

Reverberation Robust Acoustic Modeling Using Time Delay Neural Networks


Eunah Cho, PhD Thesis, KIT & NAIST, February 2017: 

Machine Translation of Spontaneous Speech


Thomas Zenkel, Master Thesis, KIT & CMU, October 2016 - February 2017: 

Character Based Language Modeling and Applications in Speech Recognition





Marvin Ritter, Bachelor Thesis, KIT & CMU, July - October 2016: 

Neural Network Architectures for Reverberated Lecture Speech Recognition


Yang Zhang, Bachelor Thesis, KIT & CMU, July - October 2016:

Integrating Encyclopedic Knowledge into Neural Network Language Models


Marco Vetter, Diploma Thesis, KIT & NAIST, Nov. 2015 - May 2016:

Unsupervised Phoneme Segmentation of Previously Unseen Languages