LINGUIST List 20.1158|
Mon Mar 30 2009
Jobs: Comp Ling: Researcher, Austrian Res.Inst. for AI (OFAI)
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Computational Linguistics: Researcher, Austrian Res.Inst. for AI (OFAI), Vienna
Message 1: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, Austrian Res.Inst. for AI (OFAI), Vienna
From: Harald Trost <harald.trostofai.at>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, Austrian Res.Inst. for AI (OFAI), Vienna
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University or Organization: Austrian Res.Inst. for AI (OFAI)
Department: Language Technology
Job Location: Vienna, Austria
Web Address: http://www.ofai.at
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics
The Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (OFAI) in
Vienna, Austria offers two research positions in its Language Technology group.
Candidates are expected to have a degree in computational linguistics or
computer science with a background in language technology. She/he will be
an open minded team worker, who is able to work creatively in an
interdisciplinary context. She/he will have good programming skills and be
able to flexibly use different programming languages. She/he likes to to
work in a research environment constantly learning and developing fresh
concepts and ideas. Publishing research results is part of the job and
The successful candidates will have a strong background in one or more of
the following areas: ontology engineering, semantic systems, text mining
and machine learning.
Fluency in English is expected.
Both positions are in the framework of a project aiming at advancing speech
recognition by the integration of (context-dependent) semantic knowledge.
The project is ongoing and will continue until April 2010.
Contracts will be for the duration of the project.
Continued employment after the end of the project is possible.
Depending on academic credentials and experience of the candidate, the
yearly gross salary will be in the range of EUR 42000 - 54000.
Both positions are to be filled asap.
Please email applications including a CV to Harald Trost.
More information on OFAI's LT Group can be found at
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Email Address for Applications: harald.trostofai.at
Prof.Dr. Harald Trost
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