The European Mind Project Meetings and Events

26 – 27 November 2009 Kick-Off Meeting in Rovaniemi, Finland

Part I of the Project Kick-Off Meeting was held in Rovaniemi, Finland.

14 – 16 June 2010 – Part II of the Kick-Off Meeting and the International Summer School for Semiotic and Structural Studies in Imatra, Finland 

Part II of the Kick of Meeting took place in cooperation with the International Summer School for Semiotic and Structural Studies in Imatra, Finland. The project partners held a round table discussion In order to disseminate project results (mission statement) and gather feedback.


4 – 7 September 2010
2nd Coordination Meeting and the Early Fall School of Semiotics in Sozopol, Bulgaria

The second planned project coordination meeting was held in cooperation with the Early Fall School of Semiotics in Sozopol, Bulgaria. During the Early Fall School of Semiotics the project partners made a presentation of the latest project results (Admission Criteria) and gathered feedback.

27th October 2010 Round Table on Existential Semiotics in Paris, France

Kristian Bankov from the New Bulgaria University attended a Round Table on Existential Semiotics in Paris, France and presented the European Mind Project to prospective Partners.


5 - 8 June 2011 - Additional Coordination Meeting in Imatra, Finland

 
The meeting took place in frames of the International Summer School for Semiotics and Structural Studies which gathered semioticians from all over the world. Within the meeting partners met with the new Prpject Manager, discussed project progress and particularly Specialization modules and development of the Study Guide.

Next Event

2226 August 2011 3rd Coordination Meeting and the Tartu Summer School of Semiotics in Tartu, Estonia

Our next meeting will be in Tartu, Estonia in conjunction with the Tartu Summer School of Semiotics. Project Partners will be holding a round table discussion and presenting the SEMKNOW programme study guide.

  

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