IMS returns to partial presence
With the start of the winter semester 2021 / 22, IMS reopens during daytime.
A majority of courses takes place in presence again and the secretaries’ offices are open on a part time basis. Since the presence times are still reduced, we recommend to all visitors to look up the relevant hours on the web page in advance.
Computational linguistics -- the computational processing and analysis of human language -- is a broad interdiscplinary area of research and development. Our institute aims at bridging the gap between foundational research into language and the development of technologies for society. With 6 professors, over 50 scientists and 200 students in the study programs B.Sc. Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung and M.Sc. Computational Linguistics, IMS counts among the largest hubs of computational linguistics in Germany and Europe.