Presentación

The Human Language and Accessibility Technologies Group (HULAT) is composed by a multidisciplinary team of PhDs and professionals in the field of information technologies. This group is part of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. We participate in R & D projects related to human language technologies, information retrieval and extraction in several application domains, question answering systems, usability and accessibility of user interfaces. We work in close collaboration with a great number of companies

The group was part of MAVIR consortium, a research network co- funded by the Regional Government of Madrid and the European Social Fund.

Publication of an article in the journal "IEEE Transactions on Education"

Lourdes Moreno and Belen Ruiz Mezcua, along with other researchers, have published the article "Modular 3D Printed Education Tool For Blind And Visually Impaired Students Oriented To Net Structures" in the IEEE Transactions on Education Journal.

The article presents the design of a 3D printed educational tool to support a blind student to learn the theory of electrical circuits in higher education. The main objective of the tool is to increase the resources available in the field of teaching visually impaired students.

Fundación Caser premia el proyecto sobre el subtitulado accesible de la música

Madrid, 3 de junio de 2022. La Universidad Carlos III de Madrid y el Centro Español del Subtitulado y la Audiodescripción (CESyA), centro asesor del Real Patronato sobre Discapacidad, celebra y agradece que la 13ª Edición de los Premios Dependencia y Sociedad de la Fundación Caser haya concedido el galardón de la categoría I+D+i a la investigación de la UC3M ‘Subtitulado accesible de la música de películas’ realizada por un equipo de investigadores de la universidad en el marco del CESyA y de los programas de doctorado de Ciencia y Tecnología Informática y de Ingeniería Eléctrica, Electrónica y Automática de UC3M