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Francesca Zermiani

Research Assistant; PhD Student at IMPRS-IS
Institute of Educational Science
Department of Teaching and Learning with Intelligent Systems (LLiS)

Contact

+49 711 685-84365
+49 711 685-73130

Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 24D
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
Room: 3.347

Office Hours

on appointment

Subject

  • Educational technologies
  • Eye tracking
  • Attention and cognition
  • ADHD
  • Cognitive modelling
  • Language acquisition and teaching

Zermiani, F., Khaliq, A., & Alhama, R.G. (2020). ‘Long nose’ and ‘naso lungo’: establishing the need for retrodiction in computational models of word learning. Extended abstract at Many Paths to Language Conference.

Education

08/2017-10/2019

M.A. in Cognitive Science

Lund University (Lund, Sweden)

08/2015-06/2016

Exchange Year Erasmus+ Mobility Scholarship

Lund University (Lund, Sweden)

09/2013-10/2016

B.A. in Language, Civilization and the Science of Language

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Venice, Italy)

 

Professional experience

Since 02/2021

PhD Student

Institute of Educational Science, Department of Teaching and Learning with Intelligent Systems

University of Stuttgart (Stuttgart, Germany)

01/2020-10/2020

Research intern

Language Development Department

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (Nijmegen, the Netherlands)

Working title: Individual differences in resumption strategies

Supervision: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Maria Wirzberger (LLiS), Prof. Dr. Andreas Bulling (MCI-KS)

Best Student Poster Award at Many Paths to Language (MPaL) Conference, Oct 2020

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