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Message 1: Computational Ling: Research positions at U of Aberdeen, Scotland

Date: Fri, 9 Jul 1999 14:18:41 +0100 (BST)
From: Ehud Reiter <ereitercsd.abdn.ac.uk>
Subject: Computational Ling: Research positions at U of Aberdeen, Scotland


Research Fellow (post-doc) and Research (PhD) Studentship on project
	Generating Summaries of Time-Series Data
Dept of Computing Science, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

The Department of Computing Science is looking for a Research Fellow
and Research (PhD) Student to work on a new 3-year EPSRC project on
generating textual summaries of time-series data. This project will
involve research in both time-series analysis and natural-language
generation, and we welcome applicants with an interest in either area.
The Research Fellow should have a PhD in Computer Science and
experience in either time-series analysis or natural-language
processing. Experience in working with industry would also be an
asset, as we have two industrial collaborators.

Application forms and further particulars are available from:

Human Resources,
University Office,
University of Aberdeen,
Kings College,
Aberdeen AB24 3FX, UK

Tel: +44-1224-272727
quoting reference number ZCS003R.
A 24-hour answering service is in operation.

The research (PhD) student should have a first class or upper second
class degree in computing or a related topic, and should fulfill EPSRC 
eligibilty criteria. Applications should be sent directly to Dr E Reiter,
Department of Computing Science.

Informal enquiries for both positions should be directed towards Dr.
Ehud Reiter (telephone +44-1224-273443; email ereitercsd.abdn.ac.uk).

More information about these positions and the project is available at
	http://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/~ereiter/tsjob.html 

Closing date: 16 August 1999
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