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Language Sciences Research Symposium for early-careers researchers

Presenting work by early-careers researchers at the University of Cambridge
When Jun 19, 2018
from 01:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Cavonius Centre, Gonville & Caius College
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This half-day research symposium is to showcase the work of early-careers researchers in language sciences. It complements the Language Sciences Annual Symposium on 13 November and will follow a similar format, i.e. an afternoon of talks and posters followed by a drinks reception.


Dr Anastasia Klimovich-Smith (Centre for Speech, Language, and the Brain)
Alexander Kuhnle (Dept. of Computer Science and Technology)
Dr Paul Nulty (CRASSH)
Dr Dee Rutgers (Faculty of Education)
Dr Ana Pérez (Linguistics, Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages)
Heidi Solberg-Økland (MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit)

Further programme details will be added soon.

Call for posters

Opens: 17 April

Closes: 1 May


This free event is open to all language sciences researchers at the University of Cambridge and is supported by Cambridge Language Sciences.

Registration opens on 17 May.

Cambridge Language Sciences is a virtual centre for language researchers at the University of Cambridge. 

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  • to connect a diverse research community
  • to create increased opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration
  • to advance knowledge through the cross-fertilisation of ideas
  • to develop external partnerships
  • to equip the next generation of researchers with the knowledge, experience and skills for interdisciplinary research.

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