It was our honour to welcome Prof. Y. Shirakwa (Center for Research Strategy), Mr. K. Kikusato (Center for Research Strategy) and Mrs. Y. Baba (Research Promotion Division) at KIT on March 11, 2019. Our research was presented and we discussed further joint research options.
This years application deadline is on the June 24, 2019. Don't miss it!
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NAIST partner Prof. Satoshi Nakamura visited KIT in January 2019 in order to discuss the second period of CLICS and he took the opportunity to give a distinguished lecture @ KIT.
Further joint collaboration and exchange was the topic of the visit of Prof. Dr. Yoshiyuki Shirakawa, Researcher Management Administrator, Center for Research Strategy, Mr. Hiroyuki Matsumoto, Administrative Director, Center for Research Strategy and Hiroshi Kumabe, International Affairs Division at KIT on Oct. 24, 2019.
The KIT welcomes its new students on October 12, 2018. CLCIS will present its opportunities like its student exchange, or the distinguished lecture series to you - join us at our booth in Building 30.45 (south campus).
On the Symposium organized by Leopoldina on „Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning“, to be held on March 22, 2018 Prof. Waibel will give a lecture on: Intelligent Systems Breaking the Language Barrier. All interested are Kindly invited, please register see link
During the official ceremony on March 21, Prof. Dr. Alex Waibel will receive his certificate by the Leopoldina. Please register for the event and the following lecture on „the architecture of the internet - trends and risks“ by Prof. Anja Feldmann see link
The Winterschool 2017 on Machine Translation has ended and we are grateful to our hosts at NAIST for the wonderful time we had!!
Join the best international labs and do your final thesis at CMU, Waseda, NAIST or HKUST! Next deadline for application is on June 15, 2018. Further information....
The automatically translated CLICS MOOCs are a perfect tool for KIT's international students. CLICS presented its MOOCs to the "newcomers" during the KIT International Welcome Day, to be held at KIT on Oct. 12, 2017.
Two honors for Alex Waibel in the first half of 2017: On March 15, he was elected member of "Leopoldina", one of the oldest academies of science in the world. With some 1.500 members, the Leopoldina brings together outstanding scientists from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and many other countries.
On June 26, the German Rector's Conference (HRK) awarded Alex Waibel "Ehrensenator".
CLICS participated in the open door day at KIT on June 24, 2017. We presented the project and the benefits to the interested public. All in all about 35.000 people joined the open door day!!!
Project CLICS at a glance - that is the purpose of our brand-new CLICS-Poster. Browse our posters, publications, presentations here....
CLICS is proud to announce four new CLICS-Students who will receive funding in order to to their final thesis at one of our partners. Theo Beffart, Emanuel Jöbstl and Xizhe Lian will go to CMU, Bettina Weller to Waseda!
The first CLICS-Winterschool took place in Seattle (at Microsoft Research) from Dec. 04-09, 2016. See the program here...
How to get abroad during my studies? The event: "Studying computer science - going abroad" will inform about all possibilities to study in a foreign country, including CLICS. Join us on October 26, 2016, 5.30 pm, Bldg. 50.34, KIT.
We will present our simultaneous translation system as a service for international students at KIT welcome day! Get information on project CLICS and the service on October 12, 2016 in the entrance hall of "Audimax". We are looking forward to seeing you!
CLICS was presented during the "international breakfast", which followed the official opening by KIT's vice president for innovation and international affairs, Prof. Dr. Thomas Hirth on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. The International Networking Days were organised by KIT's international department (see program...)
The CLICS student exchange comittee has chosen four new students who will to their final thesis at one of the CLICS-partner universities: Thomas Zenkel, Jörg Franke and Qingciaoyang Zhu will compile their master thesis at CMU and Marcus Gall at NAIST.
Building Bridges - Breaking Barriers is the topic of the international symposium on the occasion of interACT's 25 birthday. We will celebrate in Baden-Baden, Germany on July 14-16, 2016. For further information please visit the event-web under www.interact25.org.
At the conference "New Frontiers in Product Modeling and Simulation (NAFEMS)", Seattle, US, June 2016, KIT-PhD Stefan Suwelak received the best paper award. CLICS funded his conference trip and sends congratulations! See paper here...
CLICS participated in the international conference "Going Forward-Strategic Partnerships as a Driver for Internationalisation" in Berlin on April 18, 2016. The picture shows CLICS leader Prof. Alexander Waibel, Dr. Anette Pieper (DAAD), and Dr. Patti McGill Peterson (Presidental Advisor, Global Initiatives, Center for Internationalisation and Global Engagement, American Council on Education)
There will be a special issue of MT Journal on the topic of Spoken Language Translation. Deadline for paper submission is July 15, 2016. Call for papers see here...
CLICS at a glance - see the new poster in English, learn about the structure, strategy, project aims or measures in two minutes.
CLICS cordially invites to its next distinguished lecure. Dr. Graham Neubig, NAIST, will talk about "Natural Language Models for Low Latency Simultaneous Speech Translation" on Feb. 11, 2016, 2pm, KIT, bldg. 50.20, room 148.
Explore in 12 slides what the project is about! Download presentation...
CLICS has sent until now five students to its partners: Marvin Ritter, Paul Jäger, Simon Kohl went to CMU and Marco Vetter and Matthias Sperber to NAIST, Japan. See more...
The CLICS flyer informs in short words about the key elements of the project: international MOOCs, exchange program, distinguished lecture series and summer schools. Learn more (download brochure)...
Florian Metze, CLICS associate director at CMU, will start the CLICS Distinguished Lecture series with his presenation on "The CMU Speech Kitchen", June 09, 2015, 2pm, bldg. 50.20, room 223. All students, researchers and interested persons are cordially invited.
The CLICS Advisory Board has chosen Marco Vetter as first CLICS student. Marco will do his Master Thesis at NAIST, starting in April 2015. Further information...