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Mon May 23 2005
Support: Computational Ling: PhD Student, GSLT
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Computational Linguistics: PhD Student, Graduate School of Language Technology, Sweden
Message 1: Computational Linguistics: PhD Student, Graduate School of Language Technology, Sweden
From: Robin Cooper <cooperling.gu.se>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: PhD Student, Graduate School of Language Technology, Sweden
University or Organization: Graduate School of Language Technology
Job Rank: PhD
Specialty Areas: Language Technology
The Swedish national Graduate School of Language Technology (GSLT)
announces four year graduate fellowships beginning 1st Jan. 2006.
Information and an application form is to be found on:
The Graduate School of Language Technology (GSLT) is a national
graduate school for which Göteborg University (Faculty of Arts) is the
coordinating host. Students may be registered at any of the following
academic institutions in addition to Göteborg University:
University College of Borås, Chalmers University of Technology, KTH
(Royal Institute of Technology), Linköping University, Lund
University, University of Skövde, Stockholm University, Uppsala
University and Växjö University.
Supervision is also available from SICS (Swedish Institute of Computer
The school offers a doctoral programme in language technology. One of
its main aims is to provide advanced training in the foundations of
both speech and natural language processing technologies.
It is committed to an international profile and welcomes applications
from outside of Sweden. To be eligible for application students must
have an undergraduate degree in an appropriate related field and have
completed the equivalent of at least six months full-time study in
language technology (speech technology and/or computational
Professor of Computational Linguistics
Address for Applications:
Professor Robin Cooper
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