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LINGUIST List 17.1465

Fri May 12 2006

Support: Computational Ling/Nl: PhD Student, Pompeu Fabra U

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        1.    Leo Wanner, Computational Linguistics / Nl: PhD Student, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain

Message 1: Computational Linguistics / Nl: PhD Student, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain
Date: 11-May-2006
From: Leo Wanner <leo.wannerupf.edu>
Subject: Computational Linguistics / Nl: PhD Student, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain

Institution/Organization: Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona
Department: Technology
Level: PhD
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics


The NLP-group at the Technology Department of the University Pompeu Fabra,
Barcelona offers a PhD fellowship to a qualified and motivated graduate student
to pursue research in the areas of Technical Text Summarization, Natural
Language Generation, or Computational Lexicography.

The ambitious PhD program of the University Pompeu Fabra includes classes and
common research activities for all PhD students. The stipend amounts to about
12000€/year for four years, renewable each year. Further general information is
available at http://www.upf.edu/dtecn/.

The applicant should hold (or be about to finish) a Master degree with excellent
results in Computational Linguistics (or neighbour areas such as Formal
Linguistics or Computer Science, with application to NLP).

• The candidate should have some experience in the development of electronic
grammars, in particular in the syntax-semantic fields and/or in knowledge

• He or she should be familiar with dependency approaches to language.

• He or she should have good programming skills and some experience in
project development and handling of large scale corpora and dictionaries.

• The student is expected to participate in our ongoing research projects in
Natural Language Processing.

Web Address for Applications:


Applications are due by: 31-May-2006

Contact Information:

Prof. Leo Wanner
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