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Dr Songhee Kim and Professor Liina Pylkkänen | Unpacking composition: The case of adverbs and verbs

Leipzig Lectures on Language
Songhee Kim is postdoctoral researcher at the Medical College of Wisconsin, with neurolinguistics and semantics as main areas of study. Her dissertation focused on the neural representation of event concept composition. Liina Pylkkänen is Professor of Linguistics and Psychology and Head of the Neurolinguistics Lab at New York University. Her research focus on the characterization of the brain mechanisms responsible for the semantic combinatorics of language and how they are intimately intertwined with computations building complex syntactic structures. [more]

Dr Yaniv Morgenstern | Towards understanding human shape representation with image-computable models

Guest Lecture

PhD Grace Lindsay | Dissecting how recurrent neural networks process noisy images

Guest Lecture

Prof. Günther Görz | Linked Biondo - Modelling Geographical Features in Renaissance Text and Maps

Guest Lecture

Professor John Duncan | Integrated intelligence from distributed brain function

Mind Meeting

Dr Jixing Li and Professor John Hale | Neuro-computational models of language processing: The case of reference and coreference

Leipzig Lectures on Language
Jixing Li is postdoctoral researcher in the Neuroscience of Language Lab (NeLLab) at NYU Abu Dhabi. Her research applies computational models to understand how the human brain represents and computes semantic and syntactic information during language comprehension. John Hale is Professor at the Linguistics Department, University of Georgia. His work centres on language comprehension using analysis tools from computational linguistics and corpus methods. [more]

Dr Lin Wang and Professor Gina Kuperberg |

Leipzig Lectures on Language
Keywords: language processing; incremental comprehension // linguistic predictions, RSA; language disorders [more]

PhD Deny Stéphane | Redundancy Reduction: A Powerful Principle for Neuroscience and AI

Guest Lecture
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