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LINGUIST List 17.273

Thu Jan 26 2006

FYI: euCognition Inaugural Meeting Attendance Support

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        1.    Fred Cummins, Travel Support for euCognition Inaugural Meeting Attendance


Message 1: Travel Support for euCognition Inaugural Meeting Attendance
Date: 26-Jan-2006
From: Fred Cummins <fred.cumminsucd.ie>
Subject: Travel Support for euCognition Inaugural Meeting Attendance


euCognition is an EU funded network which aims to foster interaction
between all the many different scientific sectors involved in the
multi-disciplinary area of Cognitive Systems. The inaugural meeting
will be held in Nice, France on February 16th/17th. Invited speakers
include Concetta Morrone, Liz Spelke, Jiri Wiedermann, Ronald Arkin,
Scott Kelso and John Shawe-Taylor.

A limited number of grants are available to allow Ph.D. students to
attend the euCognition Inaugural Meeting. Travel grants will have a
maximum value of 400 euro which will be paid to students after the
meeting, on production of appropriate receipted documentation.
Information about euCognition can be found at

http://www.eucognition.org/,

and details about travel grants for PhD students is at

http://www.eucognition.org/NA2-1_application.htm.

The closing date for receipt of applications is Wednesday, February 8th.


Dr Fred Cummins
School of Computer Science and Informatics
UCD, Dublin



Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science


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