19.3905, Jobs: Various Langs & Comp Ling: Post Doc, University of Groningen

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Subject: 19.3905, Jobs: Various Langs & Comp Ling: Post Doc, University of Groningen

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Date: 18-Dec-2008
From: Charlotte Gooskens < c.s.gooskens at rug.nl >
Subject: Danish; Dutch; Norwegian, Bokmål; Swedish & Computational Linguistics, Phonetics: Post Doc, University of Groningen, Netherlands

 

	
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Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2008 11:27:21
From: Charlotte Gooskens [c.s.gooskens at rug.nl]
Subject: Danish; Dutch; Norwegian, Bokmål; Swedish & Computational Linguistics, Phonetics: Post Doc, University of Groningen, Netherlands

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University or Organization: University of Groningen 
Department: Scandinavian Studies/ Information Science
Job Location: Groningen, Netherlands 
Web Address: http://www.rug.nl

Job Rank: Post Doc  

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Phonetics; Scandinavian Languages

Required Language(s): Danish (dan)
                      Dutch (nld) 
                      Norwegian, Bokmål (nob) 
                      Swedish (swe) 

Description:

Researcher/Postdoc Experimental Linguistics/Computational
Linguistics/Phonetics (1,0 fte)

(Groningen), 38 hours per week University of Groningen

Job description 

Researcher/Postdoc Experimental Linguistics/Computational
Linguistics/Phonetics Applications are invited for a two-year
researcher/postdoc at the Department of Scandinavian Studies/ Information
Science, Faculty of Arts, Center for Language and Cognition Groningen. The
successful applicant will join the projects 'Linguistic determinants of
mutual intelligibility in Scandinavia' and/or 'Mutual intelligibility of
language varieties in the Low Countries: linguistic and attitudinal
determinants' which are both funded by the Netherlands Organization for
Scientific Research (NWO). The aim of the projects is to refine newly
developed computational methods in order to quantify communicatively
relevant similarity between closely related languages and language
varieties. The similarity measurements will be used to develop a model for
predicting and explaining mutual intelligibility. The candidate will
cooperate closely with a PhD-student and a senior researcher.

Requirements 
  
University Graduate. Candidates should have a degree in a field that trains
in (computational) linguistics or phonetics. Preference will be given to
candidates who can offer one or more of the following: interest and
experience in experimental research, experience with speech manipulation
and speech processing programs (e.g. PRAAT), phonetic and statistical
knowledge, computational linguistic skills, good publication record, and
the ability to work collaboratively. Proficiency in one of the Scandinavian
languages and/or Dutch is a big plus. 

Conditions of employment 

Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 3636 
Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: Two years
Maximum hours per week: 38

Additional conditions of employment:
The University of Groningen offers a starting salary from  3195 (scale
11.0) to  3636 Euros (scale 11.4) an 8% holiday allowance per annum and an
end of the year bonus for a full-time position depending on experience and
qualifications. The position will provide funding for two years (32 to 40
hours per week). 
Job Rank: Researcher/Postdoc. The project will start on 1 March 2009 or as
soon as possible after. 

Additional Information can be obtained from the contact information listed
below.
 
Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links:
www.academictransfer.org/00347-885
www.rug.nl
www.let.rug.nl/gooskens/vidi

Applications (in English or Dutch) should contain the following: 

- a letter of application 
- your curriculum vitae (including a list of publications) 
- a copy of your diploma together with a list of grades 
- a copy of an article or short paper 
- the names and email addresses of two referees. 

Application 

You can apply for this job before 01-02-2009 by sending your application to
the application address listed below.

When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number AT209002.


Application Deadline: 01-Feb-2009 
Mailing Address for Applications: 
	University of Groningen Personnel &Organization Office 
	P.O. Box 72 
	Groningen 9700 AB 
	Netherlands  
Email Address for Applications: vmp at rug.nl 
Contact Information:
	Dr. Charlotte Gooskens 
	Email: c.s.gooskens at rug.nl 
	Phone: 0031503635827 





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