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LINGUIST List 20.1619

Tue Apr 28 2009

Jobs: Comp Linguistics, Semantics: PhD student, Stuttgart University

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        1.    Sebastian Pado, Computational Linguistics, Semantics: PhD student, Stuttgart University, Germany

Message 1: Computational Linguistics, Semantics: PhD student, Stuttgart University, Germany
Date: 27-Apr-2009
From: Sebastian Pado <padoims.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Computational Linguistics, Semantics: PhD student, Stuttgart University, Germany
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University or Organization: Stuttgart University
Department: Institute for Natural Language Processing
Job Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Web Address: http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de
Job Rank: PhD student

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Semantics


The chair of Computational Linguistics at IMS, University of Stuttgart,
Germany, invites applications for one Ph.D. position in computational
lexical semantics, available from June 1st (or later). Salary is according
to the German TV-L 13/2 scale.

The candidate will contribute to a research project within the
Sonderforschungsbereich (collaborative research center) 732,
(http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/linguistik/sfb732/), 'Incremental
Specification in Context'. The project is situated at the interface between
lexical and compositional semantics, concentrating on the development of
corpus-based methods for modelling language meaning in context.

Desired qualifications:
- Excellent university degree in Computational Linguistics or relevant
related subject
- Strong programming skills (preferably Java)
- Previous exposure to lexical semantics and statistical NLP

IMS is a leading CL/NLP research institution with four professors in
different areas of NLP, a research staff of 40 and an undergraduate program
in CL. We offer the opportunity to work on cutting-edge research projects
in a dynamic and international research team with up-to-date infrastructure
and resources. English is the working language; nevertheless, an ability to
speak, or willingness to learn, German is appreciated.

Please send inquiries and applications to Sebastian Pado (see contact
information below). Applications should be in PDF format and include a
short statement of research interests, a CV, and the names of two
references. The position is open until filled.

The University of Stuttgart is committed to increasing the proportion of
women in research and teaching. Qualified women are encouraged to apply.
According to German law, handicapped candidates with equal qualification
will be given preference.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information: This position has been filled.

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