Suna Bensch (LPCN) and Henning Bordihn edited a special issue in the Journal of Automata, Languages and Combinatorics, dedicated to Professor Helmut Jürgensen on the occasion of his 75th birthday and in appreciation of his scientific work and his impact as teacher, mentor, and person. Among the sixteen papers in this special issue is the paper “The Output Size Problem for String-to-Tree Transducers” by Martin Berglund (LPCN), Frank Drewes (LPCN) and Brink van der Merwe.
Suna Bensch and Henrik Björklund gave presentations at the umedev IT conference 2018.
Suna Bensch was one of the keynote speakers, and gave a much appreciated presentation on dialogue systems:
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Hilda and her mother recently visited our robotics lab. Hilda operated the Double robot through our corridors and met one of our Pepper robots. Hilda is interested in robots and technology, and wanted us to teach the robot more words such that it understands more and is more interactive. We are working on it until your next visit!