LINGUIST List 11.641

Tue Mar 21 2000

Jobs: NLP:Researcher at KRDL, Singapore

Editor for this issue: James Yuells <>


  1. Jian Su, NLP:Researcher at Kent Ridge Digital Labs, Singapore Singapore

Message 1: NLP:Researcher at Kent Ridge Digital Labs, Singapore Singapore

Date: 17 Mar 2000 04:42:20 -0000
From: Jian Su <>
Subject: NLP:Researcher at Kent Ridge Digital Labs, Singapore Singapore

Rank of Job: researcher
Areas Required: NLP on English and Chinese
Other Desired Areas: Text Mining
University or Organization: Kent Ridge Digital Labs
Department: Knowledge Lab
State or Province: Singapore
Country: Singapore
Final Date of Application: Open
Contact: Jian Su

Address for Applications:
Kent Ridge Digital Labs, 21 Heng Mui Keng Terrace,
Singapore 119613

NLP(English & Chinese) researchers are needed:

Kent Ridge Digital Labs (KRDL)( 
is the premier national R&D organisation spearheading the 
research and development of information and networking 

With an international team of 400 research scientists and 
engineers, KRDL offers industry partners the technology and 
technical leadership to become global players in the IT market: 
life sciences, information, education, transportation & logistics, 
and electronic commerce. 

At KRDL, we are committed to creating new breakthrough 
technologies that make a significant difference in the quality of life 
in the information age. At KRDL, you will find a community
of unique individuals who know how to work hard, and play hard. 

We have the world -- in our hands. 

KRDL - the cradle for new technologies for the digital age. 

Position: Researcher 

Your responsibility will include research into 
English & Chinese entity recognition, coreference and 
other technologies;


Master/PhD Degree in Computer Science, preferably in NLP related area; 
Experience in Chinese/English NLP, especially entity recognition/coreference, 
Good C/C++ programming skill 
Good communication skill and initiative 

Su Jian 
Tel:(65) 874 2533 
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