17.1262, Jobs: Computational Ling: Software Developers, MPI

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Subject: 17.1262, Jobs: Computational Ling: Software Developers, MPI

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Date: 25-Apr-2006
From: Peter Wittenburg < Peter.Wittenburg at mpi.nl >
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Software Developers, Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands 

	
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Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 16:45:32
From: Peter Wittenburg < Peter.Wittenburg at mpi.nl >
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Software Developers, Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands 
 

University or Organization: Max-Planck-Institut fuer Psycholinguistik 
Job Rank: Software Developers
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Java, XML


Description:

The Technical Group of the MPI for Psycholinguistics takes part in several
European projects which have as their goal to setup and integrate flexible
digital archives of multimedia language resources and to allow access to its
contents. In doing so it is one of the most well-known groups world-wide to work
on Data-Grid implementations and Semantic Web technologies. 

To maintain the productivity and excellence of the team we are looking for
software developers who have good knowledge about Java programming for web-based
applications and who know XML technology. The new software developers will join
small teams of specialized developers that have the intention to develop widely
recognized frameworks and tools and to further participate in challenging
European projects. Software development in an academic environment requires a
goal-driven behavior but also continuous adaptations. Therefore, we expect a
person who is flexible enough to deal with these requirements.

The MPI can offer a position for two years. The salary is dependent on the
knowledge and experience. It is intended to continue to apply for further money
from national and European funds, so that longer contract periods are possible.
In case you need additional information, please, contact Ad Verbunt (information
below). Please, interested parties may send the usual information including a CV
to the Application Address (below), or email to ad.verbunt at mpi.nl.

Address for Applications: 

Ad Verbunt 
MPI for Psycholinguistics 
Postbus 310 
 6500 AH 
Netherlands  

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Ad Verbunt 
Email: ad.verbunt at mpi.nl 
Phone: 024-3521107 
Website: http://www.mpi.nl/





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