Philippe Langlais

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Philippe is full professor within the computer science department (DIRO) at University of Montreal (UdeM) in the area of computational linguistics. He obtained his PhD from University of Avignon in 1995, working on speech recognition at LIA, after having worked for three years in the speech technology group at IDIAP, (institut Dalle Mole d'Intelligence Artificielle et Perceptive) in Switzerland. Between 1995 and 1997, Philippe served as a lecturer and researcher at University of Avignon. The following year, he was invited researcher in CTT, a unit within the Department of Speech, Music, and Hearing (TMH) of the the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), in Stockholm. Philippe Joined the RALI in 1998, where he works on statistical machine translation. During 2007, he took a sabbatical year for visiting ENST, LIMSI, and IRIT... [en français]

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