LINGUIST List 15.3570
Thu Dec 23 2004
Jobs: Italian/Comp Ling: Comp Linguist, Italy
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English/Italian & Computational Ling: Computational Linguist, A.T.A. SpA, Italy
Message 1: English/Italian & Computational Ling: Computational Linguist, A.T.A. SpA, Italy
From: Federico Colecchia <infoatalab.com>
Subject: English/Italian & Computational Ling: Computational Linguist, A.T.A. SpA, Italy
University or Organization: A.T.A. SpA
Job Rank: Computational Linguist
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics
Required Languages: English (ENG)
The successful candidate will primarily be in charge of designing and performing
text analyses and keyword extraction based on computational techniques,
including development and release of appropriate software modules, to be
included in a proprietary package.
The ideal candidate is a skilled computational linguist. A degree in
Computational Linguistics or Computer Science is required, together with at
least three years of experience with computational techniques applied to text
mining and semantic analysis, or a PhD. The candidate must be experienced in
analysis of English texts and integration with meta-thesauri, and must have a
very good knowledge of Perl. A focus on bio-medical texts is a plus, as well as
knowledge of Java, agent-based simulations, bayesian techniques, neural
networks, or genetic algorithms. The ability to efficiently work in a
multidisciplinary environment is strictly necessary. Proficiency in Italian is
desirable but not necessary.
Interested applicants should send a Curriculum Vitae to infoatalab.com
Advanced Technology Assessment
Address for Applications:
Dr. Federico Colecchia
Via di Piaggia, 2/a
Lucca, Tuscany 55100
Application Deadline: 01-Apr-2005
Dr. Roberto Mori
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