14.1123, Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, U/Bremen

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Subject: 14.1123, Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, U/Bremen

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Date:  Mon, 14 Apr 2003 13:41:58 +0000
From:  Stefan.Mueller at uni-bremen.de
Subject:  Computational Linguistics: Researcher, University of Bremen

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Date:  Mon, 14 Apr 2003 13:41:58 +0000
From:  Stefan.Mueller at uni-bremen.de
Subject:  Computational Linguistics: Researcher, University of Bremen



University or Organization: University of Bremen
Department: Language and Literature
Rank of Job: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Morphology, Semantics,
 Syntax


Description:

The Theoretical Linguistics/Computational Linguistics Group at Bremen
University is seeking to fill a research position.

We are especially interested theoretical work in the framework of HPSG
(morphology, syntax, information structure) and in developing a large
scale NLP system for German. Knowledge of one or more of the following
is desirable: HPSG, parsing and genertation techniques, Prolog, Linux.

This is primarily a research position, although some research related
teaching will also be involved. The candidate will have the
opportunity to further his/her own research in one of the areas stated
above, with regards to Post Doc research or research towards a PhD
Dissertation.

The position is half a position on the BAT IIa scale (roughly up to
Euro 20.000 EUR per annum, depending on age and family status) and is
tenable for three years in the first instance. Positions are
immedeately available. Applications received before May 1, 2003 are
assured fullest consideration. Interested persons should send a letter
of application and a full CV to the address below (e-mail applications
are also welcome).

The Department offers state-of-the-art research facilities including,
high-end computer servers.

The University of Bremen seeks to increase the proportion of women in
positions where they are under-represented, and therefore particularly
encourages applications from women. In the selection procedure,
disabled persons with equivalent qualifications will be favoured.



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Prof. Dr. Stefan Müller
	Universität Bremen/Fachbereich 10
	Postfach 33 04 40
	Bremen, D-28334
	Germany

	Applications are due by 01-May-2003


Contact Information:
	Prof. Dr. Stefan Müller
	Email: Stefan.Mueller at uni-bremen.de
	Tel: (+49) (+421) 218-8601

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