Very brief curriculum vitae of Timo Baumann

Work Experience

since 8/2011
Research and teaching assistant, Universität Hamburg
12/2011
Visiting researcher, University of Texas at El Paso
1/2011 - 7/2011
Research assistant, Bielefeld University
10/2010 - 12/2010
Researcher, UP transfer GmbH, Potsdam
5/2007 - 11/2010
Research assistant, University of Potsdam
5/2009 - 9/2009
Visiting Researcher, KTH Stockholm
9/2006
Intern, IBM Deutschlang Entwicklung GmbH, Böblingen
7/2004 - 10/2004
Intern, voice INTER connect GmbH, Dresden
2000 - 2001
Civilian service

Education

10/2007 - 5/2013
Doctoral studies in Computational Linguistics, Bielefeld University, "summa cum laude", under the supervision of David Schlangen.
2004 - 2007
Graduate studies in Informatics, Universität Hamburg, final grade "sehr gut" (1.2).
9/2005 - 3/2006
Studies in Informatics, Universidad de Granada.
2003 - 2004
Studies in Informatics, Computational Linguistics and Linguistics, Université de Genève.
2001 - 2003
Undergraduate studies in Informatics, Universität Hamburg, final grade "sehr gut".
2000
Abitur (German university entrance diploma), final grade "sehr gut" (1.2).

Grants, Awards, and External Funding

02/2014 - 01/2016
two-year PostDoc grant by Daimler-und-Benz foundation.
10/2012
Körber foundation awarded me with a full sponsorship of the ACCSDS workshop through its funds for young researchers.
9/2012
Hamburg University trust travel grant to present at the workshop on Feedback in Dialog (Stevenson, OR, USA).
6/2012
DAAD travel grant awarded for presenting at ACL (Jeju, Korea).
12/2011
University of Texas at El Paso fully financed the collaboration on prosodic language models, including my research stay in El Paso, USA.
9/2009
ISCA travel grant awarded for participating at Interspeech (Brighton, UK).
5/2009 - 9/2009
DAAD short-term grant for visiting researchers for my stay in Stockholm, Sweden.
10/2005 - 3/2006
Erasmus one-semester scholarship for studying abroad in Granada, Spain.
2003-2004
DAAD one-year scholarship for studying abroad in Geneva, Switzerland.
2000
Book award by the German Physical Society (DPG) which is given annualy to the top 1 % of German physics high-school graduates.
 
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