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Previous Senior Researcher in Residence

  • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Derenthal

    Ulrich Derenthal has been professor at the Mathematisches Institut of the LMU since 2010. His research interests lie in the fields of number theory and arithmetic geometry. more

  • Prof. Dr. Tobias Döring

    Tobias Döring, Professor of English Literature Studies at the LMU, is concerned in the academic year 2012/13 with the topic "Crises in Shakespeare - Shakespeare in Crises", examining the portrayal of crises in Shakespeare's work and the significance of Shakespeare's work for the cultural interpretation of crisis experiences. more

  • Prof. Dr. Burcu Dogramaci

    Burcu Dogramaci has been Professor for Art History at the LMU Munich since April 2009. At the CAS, she will undertake a systematic investigation of exile, migration and culture transfers from an art history perspective in cooperation with three young researchers. more

  • Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer

  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Hanitzsch

    The project proposed by Thomas Hanitzsch is concerned with the various paths that the historically unprecedented transformation of journalism, which can currently be observed worldwide, is taking in different societies around the world and the consequences this has for social and political discourse. more

  • Prof. Dr. Jonathan Harrington

    Jonathan Harrington, Professor of Phonetics and Digital Language Processing at the LMU, is conducting research on "The relationship between sound change, language acquisition and prosodic weakness". The central question is to what extent sound change can be traced back to characteristics of the language production and perception of children. more

  • Prof. Dr. Stephan Hartmann

  • Prof. Dr. Christine Haug

  • Prof. Dr. Oliver Jahraus

  • Prof. Dr. Christoph Knill

  • Prof. Dr. Martin Kocher

    Martin Kocher, Professor of Behavioral Economics and Experimental Economic Research at the LMU, will work with his group on "Variable time as a determinant of individual decisions". more

  • Prof. Dr. Adelheid Otto und Prof. Dr. Walther Sallaberger

  • Prof. Dr. Hinrich Schütze

    Hinrich Schütze is investigating one of the current fundamental problems of computer linguistics, namely the seemingly unbridgeable gap between useful and practical applications on the one hand and cognitively/linguistically plausible computational models of language on the other hand. more

  • Prof. Dr. Beate Sodian

    The project led by Beate Sodian, Professor of Developmental Psychology at the LMU, is entitled "From an implicit to an explicit understanding of mental conditions in the cognitive development of children" and investigates the basic human ability to attribute mental states to oneself and to others. more

  • Prof. Dr. Uwe Sunde

    In his research, Uwe Sunde is examining the way in which institutions can be viewed as central determinants of long-term economic development. more

  • Prof. Dr. Hans van Ess

    Hans van Ess has held the chair in sinology at the LMU Munich since 1998. In the 2011/12 academic year at the CAS, Hans van Ess will conduct research into Chinese historiography of the first century BC. more

  • Prof. Dr. Barbara Vinken, Ph.D.

    Barbara Vinken, who teaches General and French Literature Studies at the LMU, is concerned in her project with the "inner Orient". She makes the assumption that the paradigm "Orient", in the form in which it was reinvestigated during the 19th century in the so-called Oriental Renaissance, took on a central role in the literature of the period for the analysis and critique of European society under the critical keywords "degeneration" and "decadence". more

  • Prof. Dr. Friedrich Vollhardt

    Friedrich Vollhardt, Professor of Modern German Literature Studies at the LMU specializing in Literature of the Early Modern Period, will conduct research on the development of tolerance discourse in the 16th and 17th centuries. His goal is to reconstruct the prerequisites of thought history which were definitive for Lessing's Nathan and which were motivating factors for his position on the contemporary debates. This is intended to provide a contribution to the archeology of the European tolerance idea in an area which has seen little research to date. more