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Thu May 12 2005
Jobs: Computational Ling: Researcher, Motorola
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Modified Re: 16.1529440: Computational Ling: Researcher, Motorola, Schaumburg, USA
Message 1: Modified Re: 16.1440: Computational Ling: Researcher, Motorola, Schaumburg, USA
From: Paul Davis <pdavismotorola.com>
Subject: Modified Re: 16.1440: Computational Ling: Researcher, Motorola, Schaumburg, USA
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University or Organization: Motorola
Department: Center for Human Interaction Research
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics
Research Position in the Motorola Center for Human Interaction Research in
The Semantic Interaction Technology (SIT) team is situated in the Center for
Human Interaction Research within Motorola Labs on the Schaumburg Campus. The
mission of the SIT team is to develop state of the art user interface software
solutions that leverage semantic representations in software to achieve this
goal. The team is researching end-to-end solutions to advance the capabilities
of the user interface in Motorola devices. This work includes researching new
and novel approaches to the user interface, development of embedded user
interface software, and development of offline development tools.
Scope of Responsibilities/Expectations:
We are seeking a researcher who enjoys implementation of new concepts in
software while working in a team environment. Responsibilities include
realization of proof of concept prototypes, developing novel solutions to
problems relevant to Motorola businesses, communications with team members and
internal customers, and participation in relevant research communities. We are
looking for researchers that have a passion for their work and are willing to
carry out research from idea phase to near product implementation.
Must have the following qualifications:
1) Currently pursuing a Ph.D., or recently earned a Ph.D., in one of the
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computational Linguistics
2) 3.2 or above cumulative GPA, official transcript required
3) Graduation date Dec 2004 or May 2005
4) Grad date and GPA must be on resume
5) Object oriented programming in C++ is required, Java is a plus
Experience in one or more of the following areas is required:
1) Multimodal user interface technologies
2) Declarative representation of semantics and user interface behavior
3) Interaction management for user interfaces
4) Spoken language user interfaces
5) Affective user interfaces
6) User interface software for embedded devices
7) User interface development process, toolkits, and frameworks (such as Eclipse)
How to Apply:
Please email your resume and cover letter to Harry.Blissmotorola.com.
Please include the following in the subject line of your email:
"Human Interface Research Engineer (26319) - Ph.D./grad date - your name"
Motorola is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
We welcome and encourage diversity in our work force.
Address for Applications:
Email only please: Harry.Blissmotorola.com
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
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