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Michael Pucher is keynote-speaker at the international Dagstuhl Workshop "Multilinguality in Speech Research: Data, Methods and Models"

7. Apr 2014

Senior Researcher Michael Pucher is Keynote-Speaker at the international Dagstuhl Workshop "Multilinguality in Speech Research: Data, Methods and Models", 9.-11. April 2014, Dagstuhl, Germany.

"This three-day workshop offers an exchange forum for researchers working on topics like "variability in speech technology", "measuring and modelling articulation", "speech data and statistical methods", "the individual voice in forensic and medical applications" and "variability in non-native speech". A mix of invited top-level speeches, presentations of current research projects and tutorial-like lectures will provide an optimal opportunity for an intense training and research meeting on variability in speech production."

Project Start for CARLO

31. Mar 2014

The project CARLO (Car Loyalty Innovation) investigates a new generation of data-rich automotive information services that foster intense and sustainable customer relationships with a mobility service provider. CARLO aims at providing drivers with attractive mobility information and service offers at the right time in a non-distractive way.

FTW co-organizes AutomotiveUI'14

18. Mar 2014

Under the direction of Senior Researcher Peter Fröhlich, FTW will co-organize the AutomotiveUI in Seattle this year. AutomotiveUI is the international conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications. The conference brings together researchers and practitioners interested in both the technical and the human aspects of in-vehicle user interfaces and applications.

Project Start for GBAN

14. Mar 2014

The research activities in the GBAN project range from the development of new methods for improving the stability and performance of already deployed digital subscriber line (DSL) systems to topics related to the development and deployment of the next generation DSL technology “G.fast”.

Project Start for PS.NET

5. Mar 2014

The new FTW research project PS.NET explores ways and potential benefits of the application of non-dedicated mobile communication networks in the field of public safety to improve the operations for emergency services and civil protection.

Project Start for ATREUS - interplay of mobile devices and urban screens Project Start for ATREUS - interplay of mobile devices and urban screens

Project Start for ATREUS

30. Jan 2014

The new FTW research project ATREUS investigates the potential of latest Web technologies for ubiquitous computing applications with a special focus on the interplay of mobile devices and urban screens. The research team will explore novel web-based interaction techniques, implement demonstrators and evaluate them with test persons in lab and field studies.

FTW Fellowship awarded to Gottfried Magerl FTW Fellowship awarded to Gottfried Magerl

FTW Fellowship awarded to Gottfried Magerl

20. Dec 2013

In recognition of the special, outstanding and sustainable merits with regard to FTW Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Gottfried Magerl was awarded the FTW Fellowship for lifetime on December 18. "It's the subtle humor that characterises Gottfried Magerl and the ability to balance the interests of industry and science," said award presenter Christoph Mecklenbräuker. Gottfried Magerl was pleased to receive this award and emphasized the friendship-character, that always has distinguished the corporate culture of FTW.

FTW congratulates and says Thank you!

FTW is looking for testusers to evaluate the "navigator of the year 2020" FTW is looking for testusers to evaluate the "navigator of the year 2020"

FTW is looking for testusers to evaluate the "navigator of the year 2020"

9. Dec 2013

As part of the research project ITS Evolution FTW evaluates future driver information systems in the car. For the evaluation of the "navigator of the year 2020" FTW is looking for testusers, who test innovative driver information systems in a specially equipped car during a test drive.

Best Paper Award for Vikash Kumar and Anna Fensel at the iiWAS'13 Best Paper Award for Vikash Kumar and Anna Fensel at the iiWAS'13

Best Paper Award for Anna Fensel and Vikash Kumar

6. Dec 2013

At this year's iiWAS'13 Anna Fensel and Vikash Kumar together with Sylva Girtelschmid, Matthias Steinbauer, and Gabriele Kotsis from JKU Linz received the Best Paper Award for the paper "Big Data in Large Scale Intelligent Smart City Installations". FTW congratulates!