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Sat Dec 23 2000

Jobs: Comp Sci: Sci Collaborator at U of Heidelberg

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  1. Peter Hellwig, Comp Sci: Scientific Collaborator at U of Heidelberg, Germany

Message 1: Comp Sci: Scientific Collaborator at U of Heidelberg, Germany

Date: 21 Dec 2000 23:17:39 -0000
From: Peter Hellwig <hellwigjanus.gs.uni-heidelberg.de>
Subject: Comp Sci: Scientific Collaborator at U of Heidelberg, Germany


Rank of Job: Scientific Collaborator (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter)
Areas Required: Computer Science
Other Desired Areas: Programming, Software Engineering, Comp Ling
University or Organization: University of Heidelberg
Department: Computational Linguistics
State or Province: Baden-Wuerttemberg
Country: Germany
Final Date of Application: 15 February 2001
Contact: Peter Hellwig hellwigjanus.gs.uni-heidelberg.de

Address for Applications:
Karlstrasse 2
Heidelberg
BW D-69117
Germany

The Department of Computational Linguistics at the University of
Heidelberg is offering the position of a

Scientific Collaborator (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter)

in Applied Computer Science in combination with Computational
Lingististics (salary according to BAT IIa/Ib, approx. 70,000 DM
p.a.)

Starting 1 April 2001 for three years (with possible prolongation) 


Job Specification:

Teaching programming languages, system architecture, software
engineering in a BA/MA course;
Engagement as a researcher in NLP projects; 
Head of the technical administration (purchase, installation and
maintenance of hard and software components).

Requirements:

Academic degree in computer science or in a related field; 
Solid knowledge of the technical aspects of computers and networks;
Interested in natural language processing.

Desirable:

Experience in project management and teaching; 
Knowledge of German.

Application:

Applications with CV must be sent by 15 February 2001 to
Prof. Dr. Peter Hellwig, Lehrstuhl fur Computerlinguistik, Karlstrasse
2, 69117 Heidelberg
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