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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


and details about travel grants for PhD students is at


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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