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  • Ximena Gutierrez PostDoc in the Language and Space Lab

    Since 01.10.2020, Ximena Gutierrez is employed as a PostDoc in the SNSF project "Non-randomness in Morphological Diversity: A Computational Approach Based on Multilingual Corpora". She already collaborated as a Swiss Government Excellence Scholar for one year. We are looking forward to further collaboration!

  • Movetia grant for UPSKILLS project

    The project "UPgrading the SKIlls of Linguistics and Language Students - UPSKILLS" receives a grant of CHF 92'310 by Movetia.

  • Innosuisse third-party funded project VideoGroup and Technorama

    Innosuisse has awarded a contribution to the preliminary study "Visitor Empowerment: Besucher aktivieren durch sprachwissenschaftlich optimierte Texte", which is being carried out by the Language and Space Lab's VideoGroup and the Technorama. The duration is six months. Congratulations!

  • Steven Moran new Postdoc

  • Nico Neureiter research stay in Auckland

    URPP Language and Space Doctoral Student Nico Neureiter received an UZH Graduate Campus grant.

  • Research training in linguistics: theory, logic, method

    In 2019, the Universities of Zurich, Geneva and Belgrade offer a pilot programme "Revisiting research training in linguistics: theory, logic, method", funded by the Swiss agency Movetia: Exchange and Mobility.

  • Tanja Samardzic: Teaching assignment at the University of Geneva

    For the academic year 2018-2019, Tanja Samardzic receives a teaching assignment at the University of Geneva.

  • Forschungskredit Candoc scholarschip for Kenan Hochuli

    Kenan Hochuli, doctoral student in the Language and Space Lab of the URPP Language and Space, gets a scholarship from the UZH Grants Office.

  • Movetia finances project in the Language and Space Lab

    Language and Space Lab has been approved a new project "Revisiting research training in linguistics: theory, logic, method" (Nr 2018-CH-IP-0012) by Movetia, Exchange and mobility.