Martin Stokhof - Biography#

Stokhof has taught at the University of Amsterdam since 1976 and has been a full professor in the department of philosophy there since 1998. He has published over one hundred papers on semantics, logic, philosophy of language and Wittgenstein. He has supervised 23 PhD students and more than 100 Master's students. He was one of the founders of the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation in Amsterdam in 1991, and was its scientific director from 1998 to 2004. He has played major administrative roles in the Netherlands (e.g., as chair of the Humanities division of NWO) as well as in the wider research area in Europe (ESF, HERA). He is member of the Scientific Council of the ERC since 2014. As of January 2017 he is vice-president of the ERC and domain co-ordinator for the Social Sciences and Humanities.

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