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Wed Jul 28 2004

Jobs: Lang and Speech Technologies: Researcher, Spain

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Message 1: Language and Speech Technologies: Researcher, Spain

Date: Sun, 25 Jul 2004 02:04:28 -0400 (EDT)
From: cmv <cmvastor.urv.es>
Subject: Language and Speech Technologies: Researcher, Spain



University or Organization: Rovira i Virgili University
Department: Research Group on Mathematical Linguistics
Rank of Job: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Language Acquisition


Description:


 
A few permanent research positions may be available starting in 2005
in the Research Group on Mathematical Linguistics at Rovira i Virgili
University (Tarragona, Spain).
 
The web site of the group is:
 
http://pizarro.fll.urv.es/continguts/linguistica/proyecto/grlmc.htm

The eligible topics for them represent the group's current or future
research directions, and are as follows:
 
- Formal language theory and its applications.
- Bioinformatics.
- Nanoscience and nanotechnology (in connection with biomolecular
 computing).
- Language and speech technologies.
- Language acquisition.
- Computational neuroscience.
 
As said, positions will be permanent, with a salary commensurate to
the salary of a Full Professor in Spain, and are intended for
candidates with at least 10 years of postdoctoral experience and a
very high record of publications. They will involve research and
eventual teaching only at the doctoral level. There is no upper age
limit.
 
Expressions of interest are welcome until August 16, 2004. The
application process will be done later.
 
Carlos Martin-Vide
cmvastor.urv.es



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Carlos Martin-Vide
	Pl. Imperial Tarraco, 1
	Tarragona, E-43005
	Spain 

	Applications are due by 16-Aug-2004 

Contact Information:
	Carlos Martin-Vide
	Email: cmvastor.urv.es
	Website: 
	http://pizarro.fll.urv.es/continguts/linguistica/proyecto/grlmc.htm
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