Institute of Phonetic Sciences
Universiteit van Amsterdam
1016 CG Amsterdam
In January 2006, I started to work as a guest researcher at the Institute of Phonetic Sciences, University
of Amsterdam. Previously, I worked as a post-doc in the project "Computing with Meaning" at the
Informatics Institute. Before I moved to Amsterdam, I was part of the psycholinguistics group in
Saarbrücken at the Institute for Computational Linguistics . I worked there in the SFB project ALPHA,
"Adaptive Mechanisms in Human Language Processing".
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If you are interested in
visiting Amsterdam, have a look
at the weather
first. However, don't be disappointed,
the weather might also not be better in Stuttgart or in Saarbrücken. Anytime (any weather) can be the best time
to visit Amsterdam (see lonelyplanet). Learning a new language, e.g. Dutch, is very nice.