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LINGUIST List 17.2805

Thu Sep 28 2006

Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Asst Prof, Indiana University

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        1.    Sandra Kuebler, Computational Linguistics: Asst Prof, Indiana University, IN, USA


Message 1: Computational Linguistics: Asst Prof, Indiana University, IN, USA
Date: 27-Sep-2006
From: Sandra Kuebler <skueblerindiana.edu>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Asst Prof, Indiana University, IN, USA


University or Organization: Indiana University
Department: Department of Linguistics
Web Address: http://www.iu.edu/~lingdept/
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics

Description:

Tenure-track position to begin fall, 2007. The Indiana University
department of linguistics has been authorized to hire an additional
computational linguist to guide and contribute to a growing computational
linguistics program within the Department and in the context of a diverse
linguistic research environment, working with scholars from a variety of
units and a growing natural language research group in the cognitive
science program. The Department has an MA track in computational
linguistics and the new hire will be expected to teach its courses on a
regular basis, and to help develop an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in
computational linguistics involving faculty in different units across
campus. The ideal candidate should have a Ph.D. in the field of
computational linguistics and be familiar with a range of Natural Language
Processing techniques and applications. Research specialties may be in a
variety of areas, including but not limited to natural language semantics
and discourse processing, language acquisition models, empirical
linguistics involving corpus-based studies, and language documentation and
corpus creation. Candidates who are able to teach courses within the
discipline of linguistics, while having interdisciplinary interests, solid
research and teaching backgrounds, and demonstrated ability and interest to
secure external funding are especially encouraged to apply. For more
information, see http://www.indiana.edu/~lingdept/.

Send application materials, including information about research and
teaching interests, curriculum vitae, and sample publications. Arrange to
have three letters of reference sent to the same address.

For further information, contact the linguistics department:
lingdeptindiana.edu or (812) 855-6456.

Indiana University is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer.
Indiana University encourages applications from women and minorities.

Address for Applications:
C/O Jan Cobb
Indiana University, Linguistics Dept
Memorial Hall 322
1021 E. 3rd Street
Bloomington, IN 47405-7005
USA

Application Deadline: 17-Nov-2006 (Open until filled)

Contact Information:
Dr. Sandra Kuebler
Email: skueblerindiana.edu
Phone: (812) 855-3268
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