The CLLE Cognition Langues Langage Ergonomie joint research unit (CNRS UMR 5263 & University of Toulouse) will support applicants for the CNRS 2022 Competitive Examination for a research position (CR) in Linguistics, Language Sciences, Psychology and the Cognitive Sciences (Sections 26, 34 & Interdisciplinary Commissions CID 51, 53) https://www.dgdr.cnrs.fr/drhchercheurs/concoursch/default-en.htm
Applicants who wish to be supported by CLLE are invited to contact Franck Amadieu franck.amadieu at univ-tlse2.fr, or Anne Przewozny anne.przewozny at univ-tlse2.fr, or Valérie Tartas valerie.tartas at univ-tlse2.fr before December 10, 2021, with a curriculum vitae and a research project consistent with CLLE’s scientific programme.
The CNRS call for application will be published on December 7, 2021, with an application deadline on January 11, 2022. Applicants will be informed on December 15, 2021 of CLLE’s decision to support their application in the two phases of the competition (pre- and post- 11 January 2022).
Located in Toulouse, France, the CLLE - Cognition Langues Langage Ergonomie joint research unit specialises in Linguistics and Psychology in relation to the Cognitive sciences (https://clle.univ-tlse2.fr). The CLLE joint research unit hosts 3 research teams that are dedicated to specialised fields of activity in linguistics, psychology, computer science, philosophy, education and neurosciences: - Language and Languages research team (contact: Anne Dagnac & Claudine Garcia-Debanc) - Linguistic and Cognitive Processes research team (contact: Fabio Montermini & Nathalie Huet) - Cognition in Complex Situations research team (contact: Céline Lemercier & Valérie Le Floch)
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