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Curriculum Vitae

Career and Education:

since 2009 Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig (Germany) Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Developmental and Comparative Psychology
2006-2009 Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig (Germany) and University of Manchester, UK
Dissertation under the supervision of Dr. Tanya Behne, Prof. Elena Lieven and Prof. M. Tomasello: “The cognitive and motivational bases of young children’s communication – The case of directives”
1998-2006 University of Leipzig (Germany)
Diploma thesis at the Institute of Applied Linguistics and Translatology under the supervision of Prof. Gerd Wotjak: “Cultural competence for translators”
1994-1998 Spezialschulteil des Carl-Zeiss-Gymnasiums, Jena, Germany
Highschool, Special training in Mathematics, Technology and Natural Sciences



Sept 2009 International Summer School in Neuroscience and Philosophy of Mind “The Social Self”, Alghero, Italy
April 2009 Co-organization of Workshop on Pragmatic Development, Lyon, France
July 2007 International Summer School on “Culture and Cognition” at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
2004 - 2006 Additional studies, Department of Psychology, University of Leipzig (General Psychology, Methodology, and Cognition)
2002/03 Term Abroad, Institute for Applied Languages, Dublin City University, Ireland, (Psycholinguistics, Formal language theory and Theory of computation)
2001/02 Year Abroad, Department of Philology at National University of Córdoba, Argentina (Research project in Phraseology, Language and culture Studies and Theory of language for special purposes)



2009 Euro XPrag Collaboration funded by the ESF
2009-2011 Max Planck Institute, 2-year PostDoc Scholarship
2009 Thyssen Foundation, Funding for Workshop on Pragmatic Development, Lyon
2006- 2009 Max Planck Institute, 3-year PhD Scholarship
2000 German Acadamic Exchange Service, Scholarship for year abroad in Córdoba/Argentina