Upcoming events:

  1. A two-day seminar in Trondheim (September 26-28, 2016) (research designs and stimuli preparation, eye-tracking).
  2. A four–day seminar in Turku (November 23-26, 2016) (closing meeting, results and plans for the future).

Upcoming activities within the project:

  Direction 1 Knowledge exchange in the area of experimental linguistics to promote exchange experiences, the analysis of good practice and the professional training and development of university staff as well as the creation of networks of knowledge.

  Activity 1  Integration of particular educational modules of MA and PhD programs in Cognitive and Experimental linguistics in partner Universities.

  Activity 2 Guest lecturing on the methodology and results of a particular case study research within the  topics of cognitive and experimental linguistics included into the curriculum of the host University

  Activity 3 Publication of joint lists of required literature for the course/module/theme which will include works by researchers from the partner universities

  Activity 4 Development of the list for the proposed student research topics reflecting trends in research activities in the partner universities

  Activity 5 Organization of workshop on current issues in experimental linguistics being developed in the partner universities

  Direction 2 Facilitation of student participation in cross-cultural research activities and international dissemination of the results.

  Activity 1 Short term research visits to discuss case study methodology and research of a supervisor from a host university and possibility of its replication using cross cultural linguistic data (MA level)

  Activity 2 Short term research visits to present pilot projects for cross cultural data collection on the premises of a visited University

  Activity 3 Participation in the seminars within integrated/overlapping modules of the post graduate programs.


Workshops or other scientific events held in collaboration with international scientists always inspire young researchers to pursue a career in science. They allow us to get deeper insight into promising research areas, modern approaches and methods, trends, specifics of world class studies. I did enjoy working under the supervision of our guests. They did not give us the answers to the questions, they made us ask the right questions and find the ways to answer them. The workshop proved that interdisciplinary studies are becoming more and more effective and we need to be updated in lots of disciplines, be flexible and open-minded to succeed in science. My gratitude to organisers! Thank you for the chance and platform to get new knowledge and experience.
Aleksandra Nabiullina
Aleksandra Nabiullina
MA Student

I’m glad to have an opportunity to be a part of this wonderful project. I’m also pleased for a possibility to meet such great scientists in person. As a young unfledged researcher I appreciate such programs especially for their educational part and participants’ involvement in the international scientific dialogue. It motivates, gives food for thoughts and good background to go further. I’m looking forward to further collaboration.
Ksenia Pozovkina
Ksenia Pozovkina
MA student

In my opinion, the workshop held in Tomsk was very useful for all of us, in the sense that it allowed to learn in more details what each of us do, revealed our common grounds and outlined further cooperation prospects. In addition, I would like to mention the friendly and warm atmosphere that prevailed throughout the seminar, and which, I believe, will continue during whole period of further cooperation.
Alina Vasilieva
Alina Vasilieva
MA student

Raymond Bertram Ph.D
Raymond Bertram Ph.D
Senior Research Fellow (TIAS), Docent, Psychology of language
This network truly creates a lot of bridges. A bridge between east and west, a bridge between senior staff and intelligent, enthusiast students, a bridge between traditional linguistics and experimental, cognitive linguistics as well. There may be differences, but our seminars showed that there is a lot of common ground as well. I think this collaboration will help psycholinguistic research forward in all the involved countries. That is, I believe we can build on this common ground for years to come!


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Our first workshop took place on 17-19 March 2016. More information here.



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