[Fwd: Opening for Linguists in Indian Languages]

John Peterson peterson at RZ.UNI-LEIPZIG.DE
Thu Aug 18 15:24:08 UTC 2011

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----- Weitergeleitete Nachricht von jpeterso at uni-osnabrueck.de -----
      Datum: Thu, 18 Aug 2011 17:22:31 +0200 (CEST)
        Von: John Peterson <jpeterso at uni-osnabrueck.de>
Antwort an: jpeterso at uni-osnabrueck.de
    Betreff: [Fwd: Opening for Linguists in Indian Languages]
         An: peterson at uni-leipzig.de

------------------------ Ursprüngliche Nachricht ------------------------
Betreff: Opening for Linguists in Indian Languages
Von:     "Nisheeth Joshi" <nisheeth.joshi at rediffmail.com>
Datum:   Do, 18.08.2011, 08:26

************************* APOLOGIES FOR MULTIPLE POSTING *************

The Department of Computer Science at the Banasthali University, India
has openings for Linguists in Bodo, Gujarati, Urdu, Marathi, Bengali,
Oriya, Tamil and Hindi.

The position is part of the project "ANUVADAKSH (English to Indian
Language Machine Translation System)" funded by Technology Development
for Indian Languages (TDIL), Department of Information Technology,
Government of India and is a collaborative project which involves
thirteen different institutions. The position starts immediately. The
position is limited initially for two years.

We welcome applications of candidates holding a Master's degree (or
equivalent) in respective languages, linguistics or a related field. We
expect a successful candidate to have a solid background in the grammar
of the language, and a genuine interest in the theoretical analysis of
empirical results. Previous experience with corpus research methods
and/or psycholinguistic experimental methods will be an advantage.

The salary and benefits are provided as per University norms.
Applications should include a CV, an outline of research experience, as
well as names and addresses of references.

Applications received by 30 August 2011 will receive full
consideration, though we will accept applications even after interviews
have started until the position has been filled. Please submit your
application by surface mail to Prof. G.N. Purohit, Dean, Apaji
Institute, Banasthali University, Banasthali - 304022, Rajasthan, India
or or by email to jnisheeth at banasthali.in.



----- Ende der weitergeleiteten Nachricht -----

"Neurolinguists beware! The bilingual is not two monolinguals in one  
person." François Grosjean (1989)

John Peterson
Institut für Linguistik
Universität Leipzig
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