LINGUIST List 11.2214

Fri Oct 13 2000

Jobs: Computational Linguistics

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Message 1: Research Opportunities in Computational Linguistics

Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 17:01:29 +0100
From: Donia Scott <donia.scottitri.brighton.ac.uk>
Subject: Research Opportunities in Computational Linguistics


Research Opportunities in Computational Linguistics
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The Information Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has up to two
positions available for researchers in Computational Linguistics and
Language Engineering. We are seeking bright and innovative researchers
to join our dynamic, internationally recognised team of computational
linguists working on a range of topics, including but not limited to:
 natural language generation
 lexicons
 text corpus analysis
 multimodal interfaces
 diagrammatic reasoning
 text mining

The ITRI is comprised of around 20 staff and students: research
professors, readers, research fellows, research officers, doctoral
students and technical and administrative staff. We are housed in a
self-contained office suite with excellent computing and network
facilities and full administrative support. As a dedicated research
department, we place great emphasis on career management and
development, and participation in the wider research community.

These posts fall within the range from Research Officer to Postdoctoral
Research Fellow, with an available salary of up to <pounds>24,824pa.
The posts are, in the first instance, fixed term for 3 years.

The deadline for applications is 20th October 2000.

If you are interested in working with us, we would be interested in
hearing from you. Please address all enquiries, enclosing a CV, to

 Francesca Carter,
 Senior Research Administrator
 ITRI
 University of Brighton
 Lewes Road
 Brighton BN2 4GJ
 UK
 email: adminitri.bton.ac.uk

Shortlisted candidates will be sent further information.

More detailed infomation regarding the ITRI is available on our web
site: http://www.itri.bton.ac.uk
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