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18.05.2010, New members in the ALLEGRO project

Andrea Horbach, Henri Lesourd and Diana Steffen have joined the ALLEGRO project.

Andrea Horbach, a Saarland University Computational Linguistics graduate, started in April a part-time doctoral student on the ALLEGRO project at Saarland University. After completing her Diplom in Computational Linguistics, Andrea studied teaching German as a second language at the Department for German Studies of Saarland University.

Henri Lesourd and Diana Steffen
are new researchers on the ALLEGRO project at Saarbruecken.  Henri holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Grenoble and was previously involved in the LeActiveMath project.  Diana holds a Diplom in computational linguistics from Saarland University and was involved in dialogue-related projects during her work at CLT-Sprachtechnologie.