LINGUIST List 2.335

Thursday, 4 July 1991

Jobs: Universite' de Besanc, U of Essex

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  1. Peter Greenfield, POSTE DE MAITRE DE CONFERENCES
  2. Arnold D J, Computational Linguistics and Machine Translation

Message 1: POSTE DE MAITRE DE CONFERENCES

Date: Wed, 03 Jul 91 10:22:13 BST
From: Peter Greenfield <P.G.Greenfield%computer-science.birmingham.ac.ukRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: POSTE DE MAITRE DE CONFERENCES
The following post is available at the Faculte' des Lettres,
Universite' de Besanc,on, France. There is an URGENT need to
fill it.
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POSTE DE MAITRE DE CONFERENCES - C.N.U. 7e SECTION
Ce poste est oriente' principalement vers la lingusitique
the'orique et ge'nerale.
Le titulaire devra connaitre une autre langue en plus du
franc,ais et avoir une large vue des the'ories linguistiques. Il
saura, entre autres, en montrer les applications dans le
domaine de l'enseignement ainsi que lors de la description des
langues. Ces traveaux devront porter sur ce type d'applications
ou sur des recherches en linguistique the'orique.
En mati`ere d'enseignement, il devra suivre les e'tudiants
jusqu'en maitrise et assure un enseignement en lingusitique
ge'ne'rale essentiellement.
The candidate is required to have a PhD.
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Apply either directly to Professeur Cardey:
 Professeur S. CARDEY,
 Faculte' des Lettres,
 30 rue Me'gevand,
 25030 BESANCON,
 FRANCE.
 Fax: +33 81 66 53 00
or, if you prefer email and in view of the urgency, email me
(Peter Greenfield) and I will forward your application to
Professeur Cardey.
Peter Greenfield
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The University of Birmingham Fax: +44 21 414 3971
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Message 2: Computational Linguistics and Machine Translation

Date: Thu, 4 Jul 91 13:29:29 BST
From: Arnold D J <doug%essex.ac.ukRICEVM1.RICE.EDU>
Subject: Computational Linguistics and Machine Translation
 UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX
 DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS
 RESARCH POSTS IN
 COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS AND MACHINE TRANSLATION
 Applications are invited to join a group working on
 various topics in Computational Linguistics and Machine
 Translation. Applicants would normally have a solid (i.e.
 post-graduate) background in Linguistics, Computational
 Linguistics, or Computer Science. Some knowledge of German,
 Dutch or Spanish is desirable. Members of the group are
 expected to play a full role in the research activities of
 the group, as well as working on some aspect of grammar
 development for Machine Translation (developing either
 monolingual or bilingual grammars or lexica).
 We are especially interested in applicants with exper-
 tise or interests in one or more of the following areas:
 + stochastic methods in NLP;
 + migration of linguistic descriptions between for-
 malisms;
 + collocations;
 + discourse;
 + formal semantics;
 + grammatical descriptions in unification based for-
 malisms.
 The appointment will be at an appropriate point on the
 RA(1A)/RA(1B) scales, depending on age and experience
 (currently approx 11,339-18,165, pa) The initial period of
 appointment will be until October 1992 with good prospects
 for renewal.
 Applicants should send a full CV, including the names
 of two referees, to one of the following, from whom further
 particulars are also available. Closing date is 20th July
 1991. Email applications are welcome.
 Doug Arnold or Louisa Sadler
 Department of Language and Linguistics,
 University of Essex,Wivenhoe Park,
 Colchester, CO4 3SQ, Essex, UK.
 douguk.ac.essex; louisauk.ac.essex
 Tel: +44 206 872082/3/4; Fax: +44 206 873598
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