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Tue Oct 25 2005
Jobs: Semantics: Guest Researcher, University of Potsdam
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Semantics: Guest Researcher, University of Potsdam, Brandenbourg, Germany
Message 1: Semantics: Guest Researcher, University of Potsdam, Brandenbourg, Germany
From: Caroline Fery <feryuni-potsdam.de>
Subject: Semantics: Guest Researcher, University of Potsdam, Brandenbourg, Germany
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University or Organization: University of Potsdam
Job Rank: Guest Researcher
Specialty Areas: Semantics; Information Structure
The SFB 632 on Information Structure of the University of Potsdam and Humboldt
University in Berlin is seeking to fill a position of a Guest Researcher for
Semantics for a period of one year (May 2006-April 2007) in Potsdam. Salary will
be equivalent to a German W2 professorship. Applicants must have a PhD and are
expected to have a record of excellent publications.
Knowledge in formal semantics is required. Willingness to participate to a joint
large project with the theme 'information structure' is a prerequisite. In this
framework, it is expected that candidates bring competence in the field of
discourse and text.
The position involves no teaching requirement (though an advanced class will be
welcome). The guest researcher is expected to cooperate with the members of the
staff in different research projects, and to lead their own research. At least
one prominent publication is expected to be the outcome of the one-year position.
Address for Applications:
Prof Caroline Fery or Prof Manfred Krifka
Dept of Linguistics
Potsdam, Brandenbourg 14415
Application Deadline: 30-Nov-2005
Prof. Manfred Krifka
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