The psycholinguistic nature of many research lines in linguistics, translation, and experimental psychology requires systems that measure the cognitive processes underlying the use of (multiple) languages. Such equipment is very valuable and much on demand, as is clear from the number of researchers that would like to employ the combination of EEG and eye tracking. Various research goals are envisaged, such as the creation of freely available translation, interpreting and reading corpora with physiological and textual data, mapping incidental language acquisition, optimising language models, and improving machine-learning. The combination of both systems is thus necessary for the planned lines of research. Many existing studies within the applicants' departments already include lab designs that have successfully addressed substantial parts of the above goals, but the requested infrastructure would ensure the data can be collected in the most ecologically valid manner.