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  • NWO Open Competition grant for "The Flow of Cognitive Goods"

    Rens Bod (ILLC) and Jeroen van Dongen (Institute of Physics) received an NWO Open Competition grant to carry out their project "The Flow of Cognitive Goods: Towards a Post-Disciplinary History of Knowledge". The project will fund two PhD positions and one Postdoc position (738.000 Euro). It will investigate the long-term exchanges of ideas and methods across disciplines using both digital humanities techniques (analyzing cross-citations from 46 million publications) and historical methods (primary and secondary sources).

    For more information, see Rens Bod <rens.bod at gmail.com>

  • Master in Pure and Applied Logic

    Location: Barcelona

    The biannual two-year 'Master in Pure and Applied Logic' programme for 2016-2018, jointly organized by the University of Barcelona and Polytechnical University of Catalunya, is open for (pre) registration.

    The Barcelona Logic Master caters in the most central aspects of advanced logic. Professors related to the Barcelona Master in Pure and Applied Logic come from various prominent Universities and Research Institutes in the area of Barcelona.

    Interested students can find more information at http://www.ub.edu/masterlogic/. Questions, also questions related to scholarships, housing etc., can be sent to Ramon Jansana at jansana at ub.edu.

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