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Thu May 10 2001

Jobs: Syntax/Semantics Postdoc U of Stuttgart Germany

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  1. Prof.Grzegorz Dogil, Generative Syntax or Semantics: Postdoc at University of Stuttgart, Baden-W�rttemberg Germany

Message 1: Generative Syntax or Semantics: Postdoc at University of Stuttgart, Baden-W�rttemberg Germany

Date: 10 May 2001 07:05:45 -0000
From: Prof.Grzegorz Dogil <Grzegorz.DogilIMS.Uni-Stuttgart.DE>
Subject: Generative Syntax or Semantics: Postdoc at University of Stuttgart, Baden-W�rttemberg Germany


Rank of Job: Postdoc
Areas Required: Generative Syntax or Semantics
Other Desired Areas: Linguistic Theory
University or Organization: University of Stuttgart
Department: Institute of Natural Language Processing
State or Province: Baden-W�rttemberg
Country: Germany
Final Date of Application: 15 June 2001
Contact: Prof. Grzegorz Dogil Grzegorz.DogilIMS.Uni-Stuttgart.DE

Address for Applications:
IMS, Azenbergstra�e 12
Stuttgart
D-70174
Germany

University of Stuttgart
Institute of Natural Language Processing
Graduiertenkolleg "Sprachliche Repr�sentationen"

The doctoral program "Linguistic Representations and Their
Interpretation" (Graduiertenkolleg "Sprachliche Repr�sentationen und
ihre Interpretation") at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, is
seeking applications for a postdoctoral position to work in the area
of generative syntax and/or semantics. The ideal candidate will have
research experience or strong interest in theoretical syntax. The
position is available for the period from 1 September 2001 through 30
April 2003; it will be extended to the maximum duration of 24 months
if and when the funding of the Graduiertenkolleg is extended beyond
April 2003.

The Graduiertenkolleg is a structured doctoral program in linguistics
and computational linguistics at the University of Stuttgart. It is a
cooperation between three institutes: the Institute of English
Linguistics (Institut f�r Linguistik/Anglistik); the Institute of
German Linguistics (Institut f�r Linguistik/Germanistik); and the
Institute of Natural Language Processing (Institut f�r Maschinelle
Sprachverarbeitung). Advanced seminars are offered every semester by
the three participating institutes.

The Kolleg as well as the postdoctoral position is funded by the
German Research Council (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG). The
successful candidate will be expected to interact with the doctoral
students in the Kolleg and to offer them advice in his or her areas of
specialization. For details on the Graduiertenkolleg and the
application procedure see:

 http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/Graduiertenkolleg/

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, statement of research
interests, up to three representative publications, and the names and
addresses (electronic or postal) of three references (whom we will
contact for letters, as needed), to:

Prof. Dr. Grzegorz Dogil
Institut f�r Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
Universit�t Stuttgart
Azenbergstra�e 12
D-70174 Stuttgart, Germany

Grzegorz.DogilIMS.Uni-Stuttgart.DE
Tel: +49 711 121-1379
Fax: +49 711 121-1366



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