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A new European network crosses the boundaries for excellence in language and perception research
Date:11/14/2012

graduate education should follow lead and prepare graduates for the needs of changing technological markets, and society at large."

In LanPercept, the strong clinical aspect and collaboration with leading industrial partners guarantee a smooth career path from academia to industry and the public sector. Young researchers in the Network will do internships with the participating market-leading eye-tracking and brain research companies that offer technical tools for vision-language research. Industrial partners will also offer direct training to teach to identify direct applications of research outputs, as well as train entrepreneurial skills. Collaborators in the world-leading eye-tracking companies have also named direct benefits of participating in EU's LanPercept network:

Tommy Strandvall, Global Head of Knowledge and Training at Tobii Technology (Sweden): "This is a great opportunity for us as a full partner of LanPercept to collaborate closely with eight outstanding European universities. By engaging an experienced researcher for 24 months we aspire to make new knowledge and eye tracking solutions available to the research community."

Martin Ptter, Product Manager at SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH (Germany): "We at SMI are looking forward to the collaboration with senior specialists as well as future professionals in the area of language and perception to better understand the needs and develop the next generation of research tools for this community."

These unique collaborations are expected to lead to strong ties and improved synergy between researchers in academia and the private sector, as well as for long-lasting partnerships beyond the network to further benefit language and perception research.


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Contact: Pirita Pyykknen-Klauck
pirita@uni-sb.de
49-681-302-6557
Saarland University
Source:Eurekalert

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