[Tibeto-burman-linguistics] Two doctoral and one post-doc position for computer-assisted language comparison at the MPI for the Science of Human History

Mattis List mattis.list at lingpy.org
Thu Nov 30 17:10:36 UTC 2017

Dear Colleagues,

in my last call, I attached an old form for the call for the post-doc
position. My apologies, the new form can be found in this attachment.

Thanks to Bettina Zeisler for pointing this out to me.



On 2017-11-29 22:05, Mattis List wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I would like to announce three open positions in my research group on
> computer-assisted language comparison (http://calc.digling.org), to
> start on April 1, 2018 (or later, depending on negotiation), at the Max
> Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, in Jena (Germany).
> The positions are:
> * two doctoral positions (TVL 13, 50%) for three years
> * one post-doc positions (TVL 13, 100%) for two years (plus one year
> after positive evaluation after the first year)
> I will spare you the details, as you will find them in the two attached
> PDFs. We also have a German version, please ask me for this, if you
> prefer that. In general, we are looking for dedicated linguists, ideally
> with some background in computing, but more importantly with the
> willingness to learn more about computer-assisted approaches to language
> comparison, with a specific focus on Sino-Tibetan languages.
> Please feel free to forward this call to whomever you think might be
> interested. It will soon also be announced on our projects website.
> If you plan to apply, please make sure to follow the instructions, and
> don't hesitate to ask me (also following the instructions, as this helps
> me to organize requests and answer fast on emails).
> All the best,
> Mattis
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