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  • Job opportunity: Professor of Linguistics

    [21 Dec 2018] The Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science at the University of Gothenburg is looking for a leading researcher in phonetics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, semantics or pragmatics within the overarching theme linguistic interaction.

  • Suspicious object was a dummy device

    [18 Dec 2018] The suspicious object that was found yesterday outside the National Secretariat for Gender Research was not a real bomb, Police informed today.

  • Workshop on Free Will and Moral Luck

    [25 Oct 2018] University of Gothenburg's recent workshop on free will and moral luck was a great success. Robert Hartman and Kristin Mickelson each presented two of the papers written on their postdocs.

  • The University of Gothenburg introduces new digital tools for students

    [3 Oct 2018] At the moment, development and replacement of several digital tools are being carried out at the University of Gothenburg. The study documentation system Ladok will be upgraded to Ladok3, the learning management system GUL is going to be replaced by the new platform Canvas, the university will launch a brand new web and the GU card will be developed with new features.

  • About respect and AI design - Seminars in English at the Göteborg Book Fair 2018

    [5 Sep 2018] Five researchers and doctoral students at the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science will give talks at the international Göteborg Book Fair in September. Welcome to meet Jasmine Elliot, Moa Ekbom, Sylvie Saget, Dorna Behdadi and Richard Endörfer who participate on stage in the university stand.

  • Analog bulletin boards still popular

    [28 Aug 2018] They can be seen every day: outside supermarkets, inside libraries and in the workplace lunchroom. Analog bulletin boards are abundant throughout the urban landscape. But in an era of social media and digital technologies, one might wonder, are paper messages attached to a cork board still used for communication? A team of Swedish researchers have conducted the world's largest study of analog bulletin board messages, and they conclude that it is still alive and kicking!

  • Citizen Scientists Developing Expertise on Galaxy Images

    [25 Jun 2018] Two researchers from the University of Gothenburg have studied large amounts of data in a citizen science project that turns to volunteers for help classifying images of galaxies. 'We can see how interested volunteers have developed expertise that we didn't foresee,' says Dick Kasperowski, associate professor of theory of science and co-author of the study.

  • Honorary Doctors at the Faculty of Arts 2018

    [24 May 2018] The Faculty Board of Arts has decided to confer honorary doctorates on Johnny Hagberg and Charles Burnett.

  • Late Registration for Courses and Study Programmes Will Open 13 July

    [25 Apr 2018] If you missed the regular application deadline, and do not need a resident permit, you can still apply to some of our courses/programmes on 13 July.

  • About humans, machines and dialogue at the International Science Festival

    [17 Apr 2018] Five scientists from Centre for Linguistic Theory and Studies in Probability, CLASP, will participate in the International Science Festival in Gothenburg this week. Meet Simon Dobnik, Ellen Breitholtz, Mehdi Ghanimifard and Wafia Adouane on Sunday. During two hours they will be on stage in Nordstan. On Saturday you can meet with Staffan Larsson over a "forskarfika".

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