LINGUIST List 11.1572

Tue Jul 18 2000

Jobs: Morphological processing, U of Nijmegen & MPI

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  1. Andrea Krott, Morphological processing: University of Nijmegen \& MPI for Psycholing, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Message 1: Morphological processing: University of Nijmegen \& MPI for Psycholing, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 18:02:59 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Andrea Krott <Andrea.Krottmpi.nl>
Subject: Morphological processing: University of Nijmegen \& MPI for Psycholing, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Two PhD positions in morphological processing available 
at the Interfaculty Research Unit for Language and Speech,
University of Nijmegen \& Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics,
Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

A research project on storage and computation in morphological processing in
the mental lexicon in Nijmegen has two PhD positions available by September 1.
Candidates should have experience either with phonetics and auditory word
recognition or speech production. Additional experience with computational
modelling or thorough knowledge of a non-Indo-European language is a plus.
Each position comes with a contract for three years at the Max Planck Institute
for Psycholinguistics, partial student-assistent support, and ample travel
funds. Candidates may look forward to collaborating in a larger 
interdisciplinary research project with two other PhD students and
three senior researchers. Further inquiries may be addressed to
R. Schreuder (e-mail: schreudempi.nl).

Send applications to include cover letter, CV, and two letters of
recommendation to R.H.Baayen, P.O.Box 310, 6500 AH, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
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