LINGUIST List 14.1922

Mon Jul 14 2003

Jobs: Comp Ling/Semantics: Researcher, Delphes

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  1. nayotte, Computational Ling/Semantics: Researcher, Delphes Technologies

Message 1: Computational Ling/Semantics: Researcher, Delphes Technologies

Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 11:15:40 +0000
From: nayotte <>
Subject: Computational Ling/Semantics: Researcher, Delphes Technologies

University or Organization: Delphes technologies international
Rank of Job: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Semantics
Required Language(s): English (Code = ENG);French (Code = FRN)

Computational Linguist - Semantics

Founded in 1998, Delphes is the largest computational linguistics R&D
facility in Canada. Led by a high-calibre executive team, Delphes
provides its customers with unique expertise and offers corporate
solutions that dynamically integrate information within business
processes. Delphes' integrated information system adds substantial
value to the informational assets of its customers, allowing them to
maximize their return on investment in Web and intranet

Delphes develops and markets an integrated information system that
optimizes information processing through a unique and innovative
approach based on natural language. The Delphes system creates digital
intelligence within any informational infrastructure: the ultimate
knowledge-sharing system within corporations

We are looking for a talented person to contribute to the development
of unique infoware solutions for searching, acquiring and managing
information by using dynamic natural language processing.


- Minimum of Doctorate in Linguistics, specialized in semantics
- Experience in information search and extraction
- More than 5 years corporate experience
- Excellent knowledge of French and English
- Knowledge of Word Net

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Nadine Ayotte
	75, rue Queen bureau 3100
	Montr�al, Qu�bec H3C 2N6
	Applications are due by 01-Oct-2003

Contact Information:
	Nadine Ayotte
	Tel: 514-938-4500
	Fax: 514-908-2885
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