Ana Zappa, a young doctor from the LPL and currently a post-doctoral fellow at the ILCB, is among the 16 laureates of the 2021 AMU thesis prize! She will be honored next Wednesday for her work entitled "Embodied semantics put to the test: eletrophysiological evidence from virtual reality and classic environments", conducted under the supervision of Cheryl Frenck-Mestre.
Ana's work is dedicated to language processing and second language learning within the framework of embodied semantics. His studies used new methodologies that combine EEG and virtual reality to examine language processing and learning in highly interactive and environmentally sound environments. They have given rise to several publications in international journals.
Ana Zappa on the HAL platform : CV HAL : Ana Zappa: Post-doctorante à l'ILCB (archives-ouvertes.fr)