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Message 1: Computational Ling: Research Studentship at U of Wolverhampton, UK

Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 16:37:07 +0100
From: Ruslan Mitkov <R.Mitkovwlv.ac.uk>
Subject: Computational Ling: Research Studentship at U of Wolverhampton, UK

RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP 
(Current value of bursary � 6,500)

The University of Wolverhampton, School of Humanities, Languages and
Social Studies invites applications for a research studentship in
Computational Linguistics. The successful candidate will work on term
extraction and its application in anaphora resolution and automatic
abstracting. We are looking for candidates with a good honours degree
in Computational Linguistics or Computer Science, with excellent
programming skills and some experience in statistics and Natural
Language Processing or Linguistics. Overseas candidates must have a
good command of English.

The successful candidate is expected to start the studentship in
September 2000.

For further information/queries, please contact 

Prof. Ruslan Mitkov
tel: 01902 322471
Email: R.Mitkovwlv.ac.uk

Formal applications must be made to:

The Research Support Unit
University of Wolverhampton
Dudley Campus
Castle View
Dudley
DY1 3HR
Email L.Barlowwlv.ac.uk

and must include 

- a completed application form, 
- a CV and 
- a covering letter in which the candidates explain why they have
 applied for the studentship, give details of their research
 interests/experience, background, programming skills and an outline of
 any experience in or knowledge of statistics and Natural Language
 Processing or Linguistics.

When you apply, please quote the reference number 
of the studentship RS276. 

The application form can be downloaded from
http://www.wlv.ac.uk/sles/compling/news/


Closing date for applications: 8 June 2000.

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