• Current supervised theses
    • Francesca Caratti. MA - Building a sentiment analysis system in Twitter from scratch: A German case study.
    • Sebastian Lechner. MA - Sentence extraction from multiple documents using convolutional neural networks.
    • Arne Recknagel. MA - Self-learning framework for sentiment analysis in Twitter.
    • Martin Wunderlich. MA - Automated content analysis and argument extraction for digital humanities.

  • Previous supervised theses at LMU
    • Esma Ari. BA - Sentiment analysis in Twitter for Turkish.
    • Irina Gontar. BA - Sentiment analysis in Twitter for Russian.
    • Eduard Saller. BA - Paraphrase similarity in Twitter.
    • Andreas Scholz. BA - Exploration of the impact of negation on sentiment analysis.
    • Sebastian Still. BA - Feature engineering for sentiment analysis in Twitter.
    • Tetiana Teplynske. BA - Exploration of linguistic features for relation classification.
    • Johannes Huber. BA - Crosslingual sentiment analysis using convolutional neural networks.

  • Previous co-supervised theses at KIT (with Prof. Tanja Schultz)
    • Jing Sun. MA - Prosodic features for Code-Switching speech recognition.
    • Florian Dessloch. MA - Spoken term detection using deep neural networks.
    • Qingy He. DA - RLAT Light - An enhanced version for Novices of the Rapid Language Adaptation Toolkit.
    • Heike Adel. MA - Integration of syntactic and semantic features into statistical Code-Switching language models.
    • Marten Klose. BA - Improving ASR for non-native speech using multilingual data.
    • Yuanfan Wang. BA - Crosslingual accent adaptation: a study case for English and German with Chinese accent.
    • Michael Ikkert. DA - Implementierung und Evaluierung eines Large Margin Estimation Algorithmus für HMMs.
    • Lukasz Gren. MA - Unsupervised language model adaptation for automatic speech recognition for Broadcast News using Web 2.0.
    • Dario Ernst. BA - Bootstrapping pronunciation dictionaries with mutlilingual phone recognition.
    • Jochen Weiner. BA - Integrating language ID into Code-Switching speech recognition.
    • Wojetk Breiter. SA - Haitian Creole large vocabulary continuous speech recognition.
    • Lukasz Gren. BA - Enhancing language models for ASR using RSS Feeds.
    • Edy Guevara Kompang Djomgang. SA - Hause large vocabulary speech recognition.
    • Zlatka Mihaylova. DA - Lexical and acoustic adaptation for multiple non-native English accents.
    • Franciska Kraus. DA - Cross-language bootstrapping based on completely unsupervised training.