Here's an upcoming event in Germany designed for European Ph.D. students and post-docs that might be of interest. From their website:
Research in Forensic Populations
Kloster Seeon, Germany
September, 10-13 2009
H. Eisenbarth, K. Uzieblo & B. Verschuere
Topics include: The use of Self-report, implicit measures, psychophysiological experiments, fMRI, genetic studies in the forensic domain, as well as consequences of such forensic research for law.
The aim of the school is to give an overview of state-of-the-art research methods and to discuss their usefulness in forensic populations with the leading experts in the relevant fields.
Target population: The school is intended for PhD. students or Post-doctoral researchers in fields of research in forensic populations and related areas such as legal questions. A total of 30 students will be accepted.
Structure: All participants and experts take part in all of the workshops. A workshop contains four presentations of two experts and of two of the PhD students. There will be a lot of time for discussion.
List of confirmed experts in alphabetic order:
Jan de Houwer (University Ghent, Belgium)
Rainer Banse (University of Bonn, Germany)
Margaret Bradley (University of Florida, USA)
Gershon Ben-Shakhar (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Ecco De Geus (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
John Edens (University of Texas A & M, USA)
Eddie Harmon-Jones (University of Texas A & M, USA)
Scott Lilienfeld (Emory University, USA)
Ed Bernat (Florida State University, USA)
Daniel Langleben (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
John Petrila (University of South Florida, USA)