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2019.05.03 | Research, Workshop

PLAYTrack innovation bootcamp

The role of documentation in learning and creativity - with speakers from Reggio Emilia, Project Zero, and Opal School

2019.04.23 | People

Gerit Pfuhl, visiting researcher

New face at IMC

2019.04.08 | Calls

Postdoc position in Computational Neuroscience at Aarhus Universtiy and UCL

The postdoc will work on a large-scale computational neuroimaging project, including fMRI and MEG

2019.04.01 | People

Daina Crafa, Assistant Professor

New face at IMC

2019.03.29 | People

Hanne Bess Boelsbjerg, Postdoc

New face at IMC

2019.03.28 | Research

The Borderlands of Living project is starting up at IMC next week

The project is an anthropological investigation in to the uncertainties and negotiations in highly specialized clinical settings and research encounters where professionals are concerned with tracing unambiguous signs of consciousness in patients with severe brain injury. Mette Terp Høybye is PI on the project and is joined by Lise Marie…

2019.03.25 | Research

Somatic practice in research – contribution to new toolkit

The Fieldwork in the Body project by Marie Hallager Andersen and Mette Terp Høybye, has contributed to a new Somatics Toolkit launched by a collaborative group of researchers at Coventry University and University of Huddersfield, UK, to consider and practise the role of the body in research by stimulating an (embodied) dialogue between body…

2019.03.25 | Publication

IMC researchers contribute to the book "Menneske, kultur, evolution" published by Aarhus University Press

Abstract "Human, culture, evolution - a biocultural perspective" examines the biological and cultural features that both connect us and separate us from the rest of the Earth's animal population and connect us intimately to the human species that have previously lived and traced our DNA. We inherit the legacy of our distant…

2019.03.21 | Conference

The seventh Annual Bounded Rationality in Choice Conference (BRIC 7) June 9-10, AU

The conference brings together researchers in choice theory, experimental economics and behavioral economics who are interested in how bounds on rationality play out in individual decisions and interactive situations.

2019.03.20 | Research, People


The Carlsberg Foundation has launched the video series STAY CURIOUS. Andreas Roepstorff and Jacob Sherson contribute with their knowledge about Human Interaction and Artificial Intelligence. Check out the videos and portraits of the two IMC researchers

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