LINGUIST List 10.848

Fri Jun 4 1999

Jobs: Teaching/research French, Corpus Linguist

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  1. Jacobs Geert, Teaching and research position French (Antwerp - Belgium)
  2. Sandra Kuebler, Corpus Linguist

Message 1: Teaching and research position French (Antwerp - Belgium)

Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 09:37:59 +0100
From: Jacobs Geert <Geert.Jacobsufsia.ac.be>
Subject: Teaching and research position French (Antwerp - Belgium)


Universiteit Antwerpen/UFSIA
Vacancy of a teaching and research position in the domain of 
French for business and economics 

The university has a vacancy for a full-time member in the department
of Languages and Communication (faculty of Applied Economics) for
teaching, research, and service to the university and the community.

Profile: Doctor of Romance Languages (or the equivalent of this
Belgian degree); ample experience in teaching at university level and
in one of the research domains of the department (study of real
(business) interaction; functional language study; language learning;
fundamental study of concepts of language and communication), as
stipulated in the department's mission statement (available on
request). The candidate should be able to lead and coach research.

Job description: The candidate will be mainly responsible for the
teaching of French for business and economics in the first and the
second year of the faculty of Applied Economics. (S)he will also
share responsibity for research within the Department of Languages and
Communication, especially for French, in the context of specialized
language teaching at an academic level.

APPLICATION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT AND SHOULD BE 
RETURNED BY JUNE 11th TO:

THE RECTOR OF UFSIA
VENUSSTRAAT 35
2000 ANTWERPEN / BELGIUM
tel + 32 3 220 45 07
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Message 2: Corpus Linguist

Date: Fri, 04 Jun 1999 14:06:29 +0200
From: Sandra Kuebler <kueblersfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: Corpus Linguist


JOB OPENING: SYNTACTIC ANNOTATION OF TEXT CORPORA
 UNIVERSITY OF TUEBINGEN
 DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS
 DIVISION OF COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS

The Division of Computational Linguistics in the Dept. of Linguistics
at the University of Tuebingen, Germany has received external funding
for a three-year project (April 1999 - December 2001) in Corpus
Linguistics and Corpus Annotation. The project will be carried out in
collaboration with the Institut fuer deutsche Sprache (IDS) in
Mannheim and the Institut fuer Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung (IMS) at
the University of Stuttgart.

The main goal of the research at Tuebingen is the automatic annotation
of text corpora for German at the level of morpho-syntactic annotation
and partial syntactic annotation.

Candidates for the position should have sound knowledge of German
grammar and should be familiar with the theory and implementation of
finite-state automata, finite-state transducers and robust parsing
techniques. Programming experience in C or C++ is highly desirable.

The successful candidate would be expected to take up the position as
soon as possible. The position is at the rank of "Wissenschaftlicher
Mitarbeiter" (M.A. degree or Ph.D. degree required). The salary is on
the German payscale of BAT IIa; minimum of 70 000 DM per year.

Applications should include CV and an outline of research experience
and interests. Names and addresses of references would be helpful.
Applications should be sent by mail or email to the address below.

Erhard W. Hinrichs und Sandra Kuebler
Seminar fuer Sprachwissenschaft
Abt. Computerlinguistik
Eberhard-Karls Universitaet Tuebingen
Wilhelmstr. 113
D-72074 Tuebingen
Germany

email: ehsfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de

Applications received by July 5th, 1999 will receive full
consideration.

In case of equal qualifications, preference will be given to persons
with disabilities.

The University of Tuebingen strives to increase the representation of
female scientists. Women are, therefore, especially encouraged to
apply.
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