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Sat Dec 11 1999

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Message 1: Stuttgart doctoral fellowships

Date: Fri, 10 Dec 1999 19:59:23 +0100 (MET)
From: Mats Rooth <matsIMS.Uni-Stuttgart.DE>
Subject: Stuttgart doctoral fellowships


Please make this information available to interested
students.

 Doctoral Fellowships
 Graduiertenkolleg Sprachliche Repr�sentationen 
 und ihre Interpretation
 University of Stuttgart

The GKSRI at the University of Stuttart announces the
opening of competetion for twelve fellowships to be awarded
in the year 2000. The Kolleg is a structured doctoral
program in linguistics and computational linguistics which
is to be funded by the DFG starting in May, 2000. It
emphasizes linguistic theory and computational methodology
for linguistic research.

Up to six fellowships for participation in the doctoral
program will begin in May 2000 (start of summer semester)
and up to six additional fellowships in November (start
of winter semester). Candidates for both dates should
participate in the present competition. Deadline for
application is January 25, 2000.

See http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/Graduiertenkolleg/ for
application requirements and information about the program.

Email inquiries (plain text only, please) may be sent to
graduiertenkolleg-sekretariatims.uni-stuttgart.de.

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Mats Rooth (GKSRI), IMS, Universit�t Stuttgart, Azenbergstr. 12,
D-70174 Stuttgart, Germany 
fax: +49-711-121-1366
phone: +49-711-121-1390
secretary: +49-711-121-1379
email: graduiertenkolleg-sekretariatims.uni-stuttgart.de
dispreferred email: matsims.uni-stuttgart.de
http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/~mats
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