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Éric Le Ferrand started his academic career studying Italian language, literature and culture at the University of Rennes 2. He spent 6 months at the end of his degree studying in Parma, Italy, where he focused on European theater, Italian art history, and Italian sign language. He then moved to Salerno in Campania, southern region in Italy, where he taught French in the technical high-school R. Pucci. After this working experience, he moved back to France in Grenoble where he studied computational linguistic in Grenoble Alpes University. He completed his master degree as an intern, collaborating between the Grenoble Informatics Laboratory and the Gipsa-Lab where he focused his research on the analysis of multimodal signals of incomprehension. After that, he worked in the Grenoble Informatics Laboratory as engineer on the creation of new resources for language technologies.
MaSS: A Large and Clean Multilingual Corpus of Sentence-aligned Spoken Utterances Extracted from the BibleBoito, M. Z., Havard, W., Garnerin, M., Le Ferrand, E. & Laurent, B., 2020, Proceedings of The 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference. Calzolari, N., Béchet, F., Blache, P., Choukri, K., Cieri, C., Declerck, T., Goggi, S., Isahara, H., Maegaard, B., Mariani, J., Mazo, H., Moreno, A., Odijk, J. & Piperidis, S. (eds.). European Language Resources Association (ELRA), p. 6486-6493 8 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper published in ProceedingsOpen Access
Le Ferrand, E., 2018, 83 p.
Research output: Thesis › Master's Thesis (not CDU)Open Access