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Interaction with foreign researchers thrives at NTT, allowing us to act globally.
Marc Delcroix
Science and Core Technology Laboratory Group
Communication Science Laboratories


Mr. Delcroix was born in Belgium, and joined NTT in 2012 after completing his post doctorate studies there. After moving to Japan in 2003, he gained experienced as an intern at NTT Laboratories, through research activities at his university, and by working at other corporations, before entering NTT Laboratories. He has no problem with conversational Japanese, thanks to his long stay in the country, but still has sometimes difficulty understanding the Kansai dialect spoken by his wife's side of the family.

At the NTT Laboratories, I am surrounded by people I can respect who are conducting top level research, and I work in a superbly exciting research environment. With the freedom I have been given in my studies and choice of research topic, I am sure that if I continue my research here, then I will produce results that will impact my research field. In actuality, we are producing world class results in my field of speech recognition. I can also conduct my research in English without any concern for the language barrier, as my fellow researchers all speak impeccable English. Even when the discussion changes to Japanese, my coworkers are very considerate of me, and I am able to join the discussion without any obstruction.

Not only the people here, but the scale of our budget is a superior feature of NTT Laboratories. For example, my research is something that can be performed on simple computers, but we need many computers when performing experiments. The more computers you have, the faster you can run experiments and therefore the more different experiments you can run. When compared with the number of computers available in a university, I feel like we're really making full use of the research facilities available at our corporation. This is just one of many appealing aspects of working at NTT.

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