29.2812, Internships: Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics: Fellowships for PhD Students, University of Potsdam

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Subject: 29.2812, Internships: Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics: Fellowships for PhD Students, University of Potsdam

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Date: Fri, 06 Jul 2018 11:14:26
From: Anastasiya Dockhorn-Romanova [dockhornromanova at uni-potsdam.de]
Subject: Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics: Fellowships for PhD Students, University of Potsdam, Germany

 

University or Organization: University Of Potsdam
Department: Linguistics
Web Address: https://www.uni-potsdam.de/en/sfb1287/index.html

Type of Work: Research

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                     General Linguistics
                     Language Acquisition
                     Psycholinguistics

Compensation: Paid 1468 EUR
Internship Location: Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany
Minimum Education Level: MA
Description:
Language users exhibit a high degree of variability at all levels of the
linguistic system, language use, and language development and change. This
variability in language can be characterised as the range of different
possible linguistic behaviours that are available to a language user, a
language community, or in specific languages at any linguistic level. By
exploring the systematicity and the limits of variability in linguistic
behaviours, the main focus of the Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) is on
identifying the constraints of the underlying linguistic system. Several
projects jointly evaluate the limits, relations, dependencies, and
commonalities of different types of variability across a range of linguistic
phenomena from the perspectives of (A) language interaction and change, of (B)
language processing, and of (C) grammatical systems. The CRC provides a
fantastic research infrastructure including a large interdisciplinary network
of researchers, its own graduate school, and funding opportunities for
conference visits, summer schools, hosting international experts etc.

We are offering several three- to twelve-month fellowships to external PhD
candidates who would like to do their research within one dedicated project of
the CRC. The monthly fellowship is tax exempt and covers a basic amount (1365
EUR) plus direct costs (103 EUR) plus 400 EUR per child, if applicable.
Holders of the grant need to cover health insurance on their own. 

Please see the available projects here:
https://www.uni-potsdam.de/en/sfb1287/subprojects.html


Application Deadline: 30-Sep-2018

Contact Information:
	Dr Anastasiya Dockhorn-Romanova 
	Email: dockhornromanova at uni-potsdam.de
	Phone: +493319772573


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