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2018.05.07 | Research

IMC collaborator in new International research project funded by Kone Foundation

Experiential Demarcation: Multidisciplinary Inquiries into the Affective Foundations of Interaction

2018.04.11 | People

New face at IMC

Research Assistant Jonas Yde Højgaard

2018.04.03 | Grants

Memories of Sustainable Futures: Remembering in the Digital Age

PhD Novo Nordisk Mads Øvlisen PhD scholarship with an extraordinary potential in practice-based art

2018.03.26 | Grants

Gender and Representation in Research

Grant from AU to new project on gender bias

2018.03.15 | Research

Postdoctoral positions in Consumer Behavior and Behavioral Economics

The Department of Management at Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University, invites applications for 2-year postdoctoral positions offering applicants an exciting opportunity to join a new research project focused on decision making, consumer behavior, behavioral economics, and social influence. Application deadline is 14th May 2018.

2018.03.05 | Grants

Borders Without Fences and Confinement Without Walls: New Approaches to Migration Control Through Electronic Bracelets

Go Explore Grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark to IMC affiliated Researcher Carolina Sanchez Boe

2018.02.09 | Calls

Fondation Fyssen - Call for Projects

Post-doctoral Study Grants

2018.02.09 | Grants, Research, People

MeInWe - Personalized Medicine in the Welfare State

Andreas Roepstorff is member of the Core Research Group in large research project supported by the Carlsberg Foundation. MeInWe explores how strategies of tailoring diagnosis, treatment and prevention to individual genetic variability challenge existing ethical, organizational and regulatory frameworks in medicine. The project asks two central…

2018.02.08 | People

Drews@IMC

From 1 April to 30 June 2018 Henning Drews, Centre for Integrative Psychiatry, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel will be a visiting researcher at IMC. Contact: Henning Drews

2018.02.08 | People

Eilam@IMC

Professor David Eilam, Tel Aviv University, is at Aarhus University in May on a Teaching Mobility Grant. Bio of David Eilam: I study the behavior of animals and humans. Our research is based on videotaping behavior in various contexts ranging from animals learning unfamiliar environments or confronting a predator, to humans performing sport or…

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