Guideline for Using the zoom Platform for Distance Learning
for  Courses by the Institute of Computational Perception

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JKU cancels in-person classes as of 11 March until further notice!

From 11.3.2020 onwards, no courses and examinations with physical presence will be held in all studies and courses at the JKU


Invited Talk about Machine Learning at Vienna's Acoustics Research Institute

This talk by Andres Marafioti will introduce the machine learning-related research done at the Acoustics Research Institute (ARI) in Vienna.



SOKO JKU: Philipp Schwarz was awarded the Adolf Adam Computer Science Prize for his program, which can read usable profiles even from badly preserved fingerprints.

Philipp Schwarz from the LIT Secure and Correct Systems Lab was pleased to be awarded first place for his master's thesis "SOKO JKU - AI for better...


Best Paper Award at ISMIR2019


goes to a paper by our PhD student Stefan Lattner (Sony CSL, Paris) and
Andreas Arzt (PostDoc at our institute, now with Apple, Hamburg).


Invited talk by Hamid Eghbal-zadeh at the Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group of the Computer Science Department of the Technische Universitaet Darmstadt.

Representation Learning under Incomplete and Imprecise Information Conditions


Judges' award at the DCASE2019

The CP Team, Paul Primus and David Eitelsebner, won the Judges' award at the DCASE2019 challenge Task1 for "Acoustic Scene Classification with...


Best student paper award at the DCASE2019

The Team of CP, Paul Primus, Hamid Eghbal-zadeh, David Eitelsebner, Khaled Koutini, Andreas Arzt, Gerhard Widmer, won Best student paper award at the ...


Markus Schedl gives an interview in the dorf-tv series "Hörstadtgespräche", on the topics of Social Media Mining, Selection of Music, Listener Profiles, and Music Recommendation

Listening only to music that Spotify suggests - is that our future? Will we then notice that we only listen to what we already know because
we like...