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LINGUIST List 17.410

Tue Feb 07 2006

Jobs: Translation TechnologyNLP: Full Prof, U of Geneva

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        1.    Sarah Petitpierre, Translation Technology/NLP: Full Prof, University of Geneva - ETI, Switzerland


Message 1: Translation Technology/NLP: Full Prof, University of Geneva - ETI, Switzerland
Date: 07-Feb-2006
From: Sarah Petitpierre <sarah.petitpierreeti.unige.ch>
Subject: Translation Technology/NLP: Full Prof, University of Geneva - ETI, Switzerland


University or Organization: University of Geneva - ETI
Department: Administration
Job Rank: Full Professor
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Translation; Translation Technology, NLP
Required Language(s): English (eng); French (fra)


Description:

Job opening for full professor in the Department of Multilingual Information
Processing, University of Geneva, School of Translation and Interpretation.

A full-time post is open at the University of Geneva for teaching and research
in NLP in a multilingual context. Teaching responsibilities (6 hours per week)
will be at the BA, MA and doctoral level in the field of technology and
translation. The candidate have good communication skills in English and French
(courses are mainly taught in French). The candidate should demonstrate research
interests in NLP applied to multilingual issues as well as experience in
supervizing projects.


Address for Applications:

Sarah Petitpierre
ETI, 40 Boulevard du Pont-d'Arve
1211 Geneve 4 1211
Switzerland

Application Deadline: 30-Apr-2006

Contact Information:

Sarah Petitpierre
Email: sarah.petitpierreeti.unige.ch
Phone: 0041-22-379 87 03
Website: http://www.unige.ch/eti


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