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LINGUIST List 19.414

Tue Feb 05 2008

Support: Computational Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Trento

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        1.    Marco Baroni, Computational Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Trento, Italy


Message 1: Computational Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Trento, Italy
Date: 04-Feb-2008
From: Marco Baroni <marco.baroniunitn.it>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Trento, Italy
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Institution/Organization: University of Trento
Department: Center for Mind/Brain Sciences (CIMeC)
Web Address: http://www.cimec.unitn.it/

Level: PhD

Duties: Research,Project Work

Job Rank: PhD

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics
Cognitive Science

Description:

PhD positions and studentships are available in the Language, Interaction and
Computation track of the PhD program offered by the Center for Mind/Brain
Sciences at the University of Trento (see website above).

The Language, Interaction & Computation track is offered by CLIC, an
interdisciplinary group of researchers studying verbal and non-verbal
communication using both computational and cognitive methods.

http://clic.cimec.unitn.it/

Areas of particular interest include:

- The study of the use of semantic and encyclopedic knowledge in communication.
We try to connect work of a theoretical nature in linguistics and computer
science (formal linguistics, lexical semantics, ontological modeling) with
empirical data-intensive approaches based on statistics and text mining (lexical
acquisition from textual data and multimodal sources) as well as behavioral and
neuroscientific evidence on conceptual representation in the mind/brain.
- The study of multimodal communication, in which agents communicate using (and
keeping in mind what is expressed with) a variety of expressive means that go
from verbal expressions to gestures as well as in the direction of a look, and
that can also use images and diagrams. Both the cognitive/linguistic aspects of
this type of communication as well as the possible technological applications
are studied in various types of interfaces.

The latest Call of the Doctoral School in Cognitive and Brain Sciences has been
announced and is available, with application details, at the page:

http://portale.unitn.it/drcimec/portalpage.do?channelId=-35529&channel2Id=-38594&content_OID=51628&page=/jsp/editorial/editorial.jsp&programId=51629

The PhD program is taught in English by an international faculty, For more
details, visit the page above or contact:

phd.cimecunitn.it.

For more details on CLIC, visit http://clic.cimec.unitn.it/ or contact
marco.baroniunitn.it

Applications Deadline: 14-Mar-2008

Mailing Address for Applications:
        Attn: Leah Mercanti
        C.so Bettini 31
        Rovereto TN 38068
        Italy

Contact Information:
        Leah Mercanti
        leah.mercantiunitn.it




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