11 April 2013
09 April 2013
The Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program supports a Faculty Exchange Program, in which individuals holding a doctoral degree and affiliated with Portuguese Higher Education Institutions or Research Labs, can spend one term working in research, education and innovation at Carnegie Mellon University to experience its culture and best practices. Carnegie Mellon professors are also given the opportunity to spend time in Portugal to engage in teaching and research activities with local institutions of higher education and research labs.
The main goal of the Faculty Exchange Program is to accelerate the adoption of best practices in research, education and innovation, through cultural immersion at Carnegie Mellon University.
This unique opportunity is offered by the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program to promote a positive exchange of culture and experiences.
| Gopala Anumanchipalli, a dual degree doctoral student in Language Technologies at Instituto Superior Técnico of the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa and Carnegie Mellon University, was the recipient of one of two IEEE Spoken Language Processing Student Grants for his paper at the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP-2013).|
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|The Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (M-ITI), a not-for-profit innovation institution, which was created in the scope of the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program in 2009, opened its new facilities on March 22, 2013. The national director of the Program, João Claro, stated at the inauguration ceremony that M-ITI is “an exemplary realization of the mission of the Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program.”|
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