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Nine Master's students are selected to write their final thesis at the IAS. In this kick-off meeting the students will present their topics.

Detail Summary
Date 21 January 2019
Time 10:30 - 12:30
  • Eva Abels, Brain and Cognitive Sciences
    Control of heart rhythm by the brain: the impact of stress-induced reductions in amygdala and hippocampus GABA on cardiac electrophysiology (BrainBeatS)
  • Julia Anten, Computational Science
    Causal mapping of major depression in complexity modelling
  • Bas Chatel, Computational Science
    Causal mapping of major depression in complexity modelling
  • Mario Giulianelli, Artificial Intelligence
    Linguistic phenomena of homophily and alignment in public conversations
  • Natalie Anne Kastel, Brain and Cognitive Sciences
    Revolutionizing education through complexity theory
  • Fiona Lipperta, Computational Science
    Information dissipation in criminal networks
  • Sofia Orellana, Brain and Cognitive Sciences
    Longitudinal functional network changes in glioma patients
  • David Santamaría Legarda, Logic and Mathematics
    Theory of classes
  • Simone Schneider, Cultural Sociology
    Paying for erotic online intimacy. Motivations and gratifications of consumers of adult webcam performances

Interested researchers are invited to attend the kick-off meeting.

Please register below before 14 January.
 

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