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LINGUIST List 17.842

Sun Mar 19 2006

Jobs: Phonetics: Post Doc, France

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        1.    Nick Clements, Phonetics: Post Doc, Laboratory of Phonetics and Phonology, Paris, France

Message 1: Phonetics: Post Doc, Laboratory of Phonetics and Phonology, Paris, France
Date: 19-Mar-2006
From: Nick Clements <clementsidf.ext.jussieu.fr>
Subject: Phonetics: Post Doc, Laboratory of Phonetics and Phonology, Paris, France

University or Organization: Laboratory of Phonetics and Phonology
Department: CNRS / Sorbonne-nouvelle, Paris
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Phonetics


The Laboratory of Phonetics and Phonology (UMR 7018, CNRS/Sorbonne-nouvelle,
Paris) has a position for a Postdoctoral fellow to participate in an ongoing
grant-funded project to explore acoustic, articulatory and perceptual bases of
distinctive features with special attention to the framework of quantal theory.
Applicants must have a recent doctoral degree in an area relevant to the
project, strong hands-on experience in articulatory modelling, acoustic
analysis, and/or perceptual testing, and good knowledge of the relations among
these domains. A strong commitment to the integration of phonological, phonetic
and cognitive approaches to the study of language is a asset. The candidate
will collaborate with project members and will participate in the overall
activities of the laboratory. Further information and the application form
(dossier de candidature) are available from the site
http://ed268.univ-paris3.fr/lpp/?page=postes. Applications, including the
completed form, a letter of application, CV, and contact details of three
referees, should be addressed to Prof. Nick Clements
(clementsidf.ext.jussieu.fr). The official closing date is June 30, 2006, but
applications received before April 30 will receive priority.

Address for Applications:

See job description

Application Deadline: 30-Apr-2006

Contact Information:

Prof. Nick Clements
Email: clementsidf.ext.jussieu.fr
Phone: 33 1 47 34 45 81
Website: http://ed268.univ-paris3.fr/lpp/

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