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Each year the Young Academy Groningen is provided with three 4-year PhD positions to develop interdisciplinary PhD projects that cross between the disciplines of Young Academy Groningen members.

Studying Meaning in Ancient Greek Through Machine Learning - Silvia Stopponi

Supervisors: Dr. Saskia Peels (Arts - Greek Language and Literature) and Dr. Malvina Nissim (Arts - Computational Linguistics)

Social and Political Consequences of Automation - Stefan Sliwa

Supervisors: Dr. Lukas Linsi (Arts - International Relations) and Dr. Milena Nikolova (Economics and Business - Management)

Theory and Experiment Hand in Hand toward Efficient Treatment of Parkinson's Disease - Panagiotis Kelefiotis Stratidakis

Supervisors: Dr. Sahar el Aidy (Science and Engineering - Biomolecular Sciences) and Dr. Shirin Faraji (Science and Engineering - Theoretical Chemistry)

Using multimodal data to understand the social environment and its effect on well-being - Anna Langener

Supervisors: Dr. Laura Bringmann (Behavioral and Social Sciences - Psychometrics), Dr. Gert Stulp (Behavioral and Social Sciences - Sociology) and Prof. Martien Kas (Science and Engineering - GELIFES)

Fostering neighbourhoods by managing social norms: Wielding the power of adaptive nudges

Supervisors: Dr. Ward Rauws (Spatial Sciences - Planning) and Dr. Jan Willem Bolderdijk (Economics and Business - Management)

Last modified:31 January 2022 4.08 p.m.