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[02/07/2019]

Subsidie voor aandoeningoverstijgend onderzoeksproject Hersenstichting

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Meetings

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ALBA Network breakfast at SfN
Room Marina city at the Marriott Marquis Chicago, USA
19 Oct 2019
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HBP Curriculum Workshop: Modern Trends in Cognitive Architectures and Systems: From Theory to Implementation in Natural and Artificial Agents
Glasgow, United Kingdom
11-13 Dec 2019
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Job market

[11/10/2019]

PhD position
Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Job description
A 4-year fully funded PhD position in the Language and Computation in Neural Systems Group(LaCNS) at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, aiming to investigate the representation and processing of spoken language in biological and artificial neural systems using a theory-driven approach that informed by advanced techniques in cognitive computational neuroscience.

Deadline: 30/10/2019

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