15.3384, Support: Comp Ling: PhD Student, Dublin City U, Ireland

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Subject: 15.3384, Support: Comp Ling: PhD Student, Dublin City U, Ireland

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Date: 01-Dec-2004
From: Josef van Genabith < josef at computing.dcu.ie >
Subject: Comp Ling: PhD Student, Dublin City U, Ireland



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Date: Fri, 03 Dec 2004 14:40:46
From: Josef van Genabith < josef at computing.dcu.ie >
Subject: Comp Ling: PhD Student, Dublin City U, Ireland


University or Organization: Dublin City University
Job Rank: PhD
Specialty Areas: [None]
Required Language(s): Arabic, Standard; Chinese, Mandarin; English; French;
German, Standard; Japanese; Spanish

Six Funded Ph.D. scholarships in Grammar Induction

The School of Computing and the National Centre or Language Technology
(NCLT) at Dublin City University, Ireland, invite applications for six
PhD scholarships funded by the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) on
Treebank-Based Induction of Wide-Coverage Probabilistic Lexical-
Functional Grammar Resources for

- Chinese
- Japanese
- Arabic
- Spanish
- French
- German\English

The PhD scholarships are for 3 years, starting now (or a.s.a.p.),
covering university registration fees and providing an annual stipend
of euro 12,700 (tax free).

Our ideal candidates have a strong background in Computer Science,
Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics or
Linguistics. Programming experince in one (or more) of Java, C++,
Perl, Prolog, Lisp etc. and strong interest in problem solving and
research are essential. Native or near-native competence in one of
Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Spanish, French, German\English is a
definite asset. Good communication skills in English (written and
oral) are important. Knowledge of one of LFG, HPSG or similar would be
an asset.

In order to apply, please mail/send CV and contact details for two
references by Monday Dec. 13th, 2004 to:

Prof Josef van Genabith, School of Computing, Dublin City University,
Dublin 9, Ireland, josef at computing.dcu.ie

Please also use this email address for informal inquiries.

Prof Josef van Genabith
School of Computing
National Centre for Language Technology
Dublin City University,
Dublin 9, Ireland.
http://www.computing.dcu.ie/research/nclt/

Address for Applications:

Josef van Genabith
josef at computing.dcu.ie
+353-(0)1-7005074
+353-(0)1-7005442

Josef van Genabith
School of Computing NCLT
School of Computing, Dublin City University
Dublin  9
Ireland





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