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International Research Workshop “Data flows? Making and Sharing Data in Biomedical Research: Between Local and Cross-Border Practices” [10-11/04/2024] 🗓

An International Research Workshop will take place on April 10 and 11, in the context of the research project “Contextualizing biobanking in Greece: histories, practices, discourses — BIO-CONTEXT”, which has been funded by the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (H.F.R.I.) in…

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NKUA: Guest lectures by Professor Pius ten Hacken at the Department of German Language and Literature [16/04 and 18/04/2024]

The Department of German Language and Literature would like to invite you to the following guest lectures held by Prof. Dr. Pius ten Hacken from the University of Innsbruck: 16/04.2024, 12.00-15.00: "Die Stellung der Theorie in der Lexikografie" 18/04/2024, 12.00-15.00: "The role…

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NKUA: Guest lectures at the Department of German Language and Literature [02-04/04/2024] 🗓

The Department of German Language and Literature would like to invite you to a series of guest lectures held by Prof. Dr. Torsten Leuschner from the University of Ghent: 02/04/2024, 12.00-15.00: "Lexikologie zwischen Sprachsystem und Sprachgebrauch" 03/04/2024, 15.00-17.00: "Irrelevanzkonditionalgefüge in der Duden-Grammatik…

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4th Symposium of Young Scholars “(E-co)nnections: The Humanities in a time of Climate Change” with organizing support of NKUA [02/03/2024] 🗓

The Hellenic Association for American Studies (HELAAS), with the organizational support of the Department of English Language and Literature of NKUA, organizes the 4th Symposium of Young Scholars "(E-co)nnections: The Humanities in a time of Climate Change" on March 02, 2024, 9:30-17:15…

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Guest Lecture by Ludmilla Jordanova (University of Durham) on “Traces of Life: Portraits as Historical Evidence” [13/12/23 7 p.m.] 🗓

The Wellcome-funded research project “Making and Consuming Drugs in the Italian and Byzantine Worlds (12th-15th c.)” directed by Assoc. Professor Petros Bouras-Vallianatos in collaboration with the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, NKUA, organise a talk by Emeritus Professor Ludmilla Jordanova…

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Meeting of the ALAMEDA Consortium entitled: “Technologies and Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the Monitoring of Brain Diseases: The paradigm of Parkinson’s Disease” 🗓

The EU H2020 Project ALAMEDA (https://alamedaproject.eu/) aims primarily to design and validate an innovative model for collecting, acquiring, and analyzing clinical data and patient-generated and/or self-reported data using sensors, mobile applications, and artificial intelligence. This model will enable continuous monitoring of neurological…

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