LINGUIST List 10.1102

Sun Jul 18 1999

Jobs: Computational Ling, German Literature & Ling

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  1. Kaneko, Kiyomi, Computational Ling: Chinese (Mandarin) and Korean in Boston
  2. Michael Kaemper-van den Boogaart, German Literature & Linguistics at Humboldt University

Message 1: Computational Ling: Chinese (Mandarin) and Korean in Boston

Date: Sat, 17 Jul 1999 16:46:09 -0400
From: Kaneko, Kiyomi <KKanekoinfotechcs.com>
Subject: Computational Ling: Chinese (Mandarin) and Korean in Boston

Our client in Boston, MA has job openings for a Chinese
(Mandarin)-speaking Speech Scientist and a Korean-speaking Speech
Scientist. The client is a leading provider of speech recognition
technology and products for customer service solutions. They develop
tools and technology to deliver advanced speech solutions to a wide
range of customers. These include major customers in the brokerage,
banking, travel, and telecommunication industries.

The person who fills the Speech Scientist role will be based in Boston and
will be responsible for:

*	Creating a Chinese/Korean version of the products including the core
	recognition engine and DialogModule application building blocks. 

*	Working with their solution services team and Chinese/Korean
	partners to deploy high-quality speech systems using this
	Chinese/Korean version of the product.

*	Continued improvement of accuracy and computation of the
	Chinese/Korean product. 

*	Working with team of US and international speech scientists to
	improve the core technology across all languages. 

Requirements:
*	4+ years research experience with state-of-the-art speech
	recognition technology 

*	Knowledge of all components (signal processing, feature extraction,
	statistical modeling, search, natural language processing) of
	state-of-the-art speech recognition technology 

*	Strong C programming skills 

*	Fluency in UNIX or NT (ideally both) 

*	Excellent oral and written communications skills (in both English
	and Chinese/Korean) 

*	Be able to work with a minimum amount of direct supervision 

*	Work well with other members of team

To apply for this position, please call or e-mail to:

Kiyomi Kaneko
Globalization Recruiter
InfoTech Contract Services
mailto:kkanekoinfotechcs.com
Phone: 781-370-3053
800-890-7002 ext. 3053
Fax: 781-890-4433
http://www.infotechcs.com
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Message 2: German Literature & Linguistics at Humboldt University

Date: Fri, 02 Jul 1999 16:51:40 -0700
From: Michael Kaemper-van den Boogaart <mkaempercsi.com>
Subject: German Literature & Linguistics at Humboldt University


HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITAET ZU BERLIN
Philosophische Fakultaet II - Institut fur deutsche Literatur, Professur
fur Literaturdidaktik
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in mit 2/3-Teilzeitbeschaftigung zur
Promotion fur max. 5 Jahre \150 Vgr. IIa \150 BAT\150O

Aufgabengebiet: Mitarbeit in Forschung und Lehre im Bereich Didaktik der
deutschen Literatur, Betreuung von Unterrichtspraktika
Anforderungen: Qualifizierte Erste Staatspruefung im Lehramt Deutsch;
nach Moglichkeit 2. Staatsexamen und/oder Unterrichtserfahrungen;
vertiefte Kenntnisse in einschlagigen Arbeitsfeldern der
Literaturdidaktik

Bewerbungen mit den ublichen Untzerlagen sind innerhalb von 4 Wochen
unter Angabe der Kennziffer AN/136/99 an die Humboldt-Universitaet zu
Berlin, Philosophische Fakultat II, Institut fur deutsche Literatur, PD
Dr. Kamper-van den Boogaart (Sitz: Schuetzenstr. 21), Unter den Linden
6, 10099 Berlin zu richten.

Zur Erhoehung des Frauenanteils sind Bewerbungen qualifizierter
Interssentinnen besonders willkommen. Schwerbehinderte werden bei
gleicher Eignung bevorzugt. Auf die Ubersendung von Sichthullen bitten
wir aus Grunden der Portoersparnis zu verzichten.
25.06.99
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