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Thu Sep 15 2005
Jobs: Computational Ling: Post Doc, New Mexico
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Computational Linguistics: Post Doc, Los Alamos National Laboratories, NM, USA
Message 1: Computational Linguistics: Post Doc, Los Alamos National Laboratories, NM, USA
From: David Holtze <dholtzenasrecruitment.com>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Post Doc, Los Alamos National Laboratories, NM, USA
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University or Organization: Los Alamos National Laboratories
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Computational
Linguistics; Linguistic Theories
Job Title: Postdoc Computational Linguist
Job #: 211714
Summary: Postdoctoral Position as a Computational Linquist: Los Alamos
National Laboratory is seeking a Computational Linguist to join the
Knowledge and Information Systems Science team
(http://www.c3.lanl.gov/knowledge/) of the Computational and Computer
Sciences Division as a post-doctoral researcher. The successful applicant
will primarily focus on a project aimed at investigating unsupervised
learning techniques in conjunction with linguistic analysis in support of
automated induction of templates for information extraction. The project
will involve developing and implementing algorithms for acquisition of
domain-specific linguistic patterns, starting at the lexical level and
expanding to include syntactic and semantic generalizations. The goal is
creation of techniques to support rapid deployment of information
extraction systems in new domains. Other research areas could include
subjectivity and opinion analysis of texts, biological language processing,
and lexical issues in ontology alignment.
Experience with construction of information extraction systems. Experience
with unsupervised learning techniques for language processing. Familiarity
with Latent Semantic Analysis models. Proficiency in Perl or Python, and
Java or C++. Effective written and oral communication skills. Must be
self-directed and have successful experience working in a team-oriented
Familiarity with Construction Grammar. Knowledge of lexical semantics.
Experience with ontological representations of meaning. Interest in lexicon
induction and ontology acquisition. Familiarity with natural language
processing for biological texts.
Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics, Computer Science, or related area
completed within the last five years or soon to be completed.
Candidates may be considered for a Director's Fellowship and outstanding
candidates may be considered for the prestigious J. Robert Oppenheimer,
Richard P. Feynman or Frederick Reines Fellowships. Please see Special
Postdoctoral Fellowships for further details. To apply visit
http://www.lanl.gov/jobs and search for job# 211714
Address for Applications:
Please apply online at http://www.lanl.gov/jobs and search for job# 211714
Los Alamos, NM 87545
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
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