Third round of Connectom Networking Fund calls has ended

hessian.AI funds four exciting projects

hessian.AI annually awards the Connectom Networking Fund to projects in which hessian.AI members are significantly involved.

The Connectom Networking Fund provides seed funding for research collaborations between hessian.AI members and other colleagues at and between participating universities. In a competitive process, time-limited projects from across the spectrum of research, teaching, training or application are funded with a maximum of EUR 40,000 per project.

In the third round of calls, the Hessian Center for Artificial Intelligence has approved four great and innovative projects.

Congratulations to Dr. Ivan Habernal and Prof. Christoph Burchard with Enabling Multimodal and Multilingual Argument Mining in Court Hearings!

We also congratulate Charles Welch, PhD. and Dr. Ivan Habernal to the project Reliable Anonymization Methods for Enabling Language Understanding Models to Assist with Air Traffic Controller Communication.

On the KIDER project, congratulations go to Prof. Michael Guckert and Prof. Gerd Manthei.

For the continuation of the AI4Birds project with AI4BirdsDemo we congratulate Dr. Markus Mühling, Prof. Nina Farwig and Prof. Bernd Freisleben.

Read more about the Connectom Networking Fund and the already approved and ongoing projects here.