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Mon Oct 20 2008

Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, Motorola

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        1.    Lynda Harris, Computational Linguistics: Researcher, Motorola, IL, USA

Message 1: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, Motorola, IL, USA
Date: 20-Oct-2008
From: Lynda Harris <lyndaharrismotorola.com>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, Motorola, IL, USA
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University or Organization: Motorola
Department: Applied Research and Technology Center
Job Location: Illinois, USA
Web Address: http://www.motorolacareers.com/moto.cfm?home=1
Job Rank: Researcher

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics


Motorola's Applied Research and Technology Center currently has two NLP
research positions:

Basic Qualifications:
Basic qualifications include a Master's Degree plus additional experience
in Computer Science; Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering;
Electrical and Computer Engineering; Computational Linguistics; or
Linguistics. Please see the job listings at the application URL listed
below for the full set of qualifications required.

Department Description:
The Text Analysis and Processing Lab is part of Motorola's Applied Research
and Technology Center (ARTC), where Motorola researchers study the
interaction of people, devices, content, services, and environments.

Scope of Responsibilities/Expectations:
The candidate's areas of specialization should include natural language
processing, machine learning, or information retrieval. The candidate will
be involved in projects employing advanced aspects of natural language
processing, which may include machine learning and statistical approaches
to natural language processing in projects related to information
retrieval, information extraction, summarization, content matching and
recommendation, topic identification, machine translation, or statistical
modeling. These projects will typically involve the use of high-level
linguistic or semantic abstractions. The successful candidate will become
part of
the Text Analysis and Processing Lab, which is part of a combined team
within Motorola's Applied Research and Technology Center focusing on the
advanced research and processing of textual, audio, and video streams.

Specific Knowledge/Skills:
Experience in natural language processing required. Experience in machine
learning strongly desired. Candidate should have good statistical NLP
grounding. C++, Java, or Python experience a plus.

For a complete description and to apply, please go to visit the application
website listed below.
Select: Global Career Search
In Search by Job ID, enter position 83273 or position 83802

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Web Address for Applications: http://www.motorolacareers.com/
Contact Information:
Lynda Harris
Email: lyndaharrismotorola.com

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