LINGUIST List 14.1435

Mon May 19 2003

Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Rank Open, France

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Message 1: Computational Ling: Linguist, Anglo Institute Sarl, France

Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 08:47:07 +0000
From: angloinstitute <angloinstitutewanadoo.fr>
Subject: Computational Ling: Linguist, Anglo Institute Sarl, France



University or Organization: Anglo Institute Sarl
Department: Knowledge Engineering
Rank of Job: Linguist
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics
Required Language(s): Dutch (Code = DUT); Italian (Code = ITN);
 Portuguese (Code = POR); Romanian (Code = RUM)


Description:
 
Anglo Institute envisages the development of computational linguistic
tools in the following languages: Dutch, Italian, Portuguese,
Rumanian, and Slovak. The company is seeking linguists interested in
working in this field. Anglo Institute is based in the Lannion
Anticipa Technopole, C�tes d'Armor, France.
 
The project involves compiling a lexis, a chunking grammar and a
thesaurus.
 
Required qualifications include:
 - Mastery of the language
 - Good lingusitic qualifications,especially in grammar
 - Knowledge of Natural Language processing techniques
 - Computer skills .

Anglo Institute has been working in the linguistic domain for the past
12 years. The company's main activities include technical translation
and computational linguistic tools.
 
Maura Lee Miclet, Director
Anglo Institute Sarl,
angloinstitutewanadoo.fr 
1 Rue Langonaval 22300 Lannion France 
T�l. 06 07 02 23 20 
T�l. 06 81 60 17 87.
 

	
Address for Applications:

	Attn: Maura Lee Miclet

	Please send applications to angloinstitutewanadoo.fr

	Applications are due by 23-May-2003


Contact Information:
	Maura Lee Miclet
	Email: angloinstitutewanadoo.fr
	Tel: 06 81 60 17 87

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