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Fri Jan 21 2011
Internships: Machine Translation, ASR, NLP: 3 Interns, FBK-HLT, Trento, Italy
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1. Matteo Negri ,
Statistical Machine Translation, Automatic Speech Recognition, Software development for NLP: 3 Interns, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Human Language Technology, Trento, Italy
Message 1: Statistical Machine Translation, Automatic Speech Recognition, Software development for NLP: 3 Interns, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Human Language Technology, Trento, Italy
From: Matteo Negri <negrifbk.eu>
Subject: Statistical Machine Translation, Automatic Speech Recognition, Software development for NLP: 3 Interns, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Human Language Technology, Trento, Italy
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University or Organization: Fondazione Bruno Kessler - Fbk
Department: Human Language Technology Unit
Web Address: http://hlt.fbk.eu/
Type of Work: Nlp
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Duration: 01-Jan-2001 to 31-May-2011
Internship Location: Trento, Italy
Minimum Education Level: BA
Special Qualifications: The ideal candidate should have:
1. Degree in Computer Science, Computational Linguistics, Electrical
Engineering, Physics or Mathematics. Studies should have been completed
efficiently, recently and with an above of average mark.
2. Advanced knowledge in either Computational Linguistics, Machine Learning,
Statistics, Patter Recognition or Speech Recognition.
3. Programming experience in C/C++ and/or Java, Python, Perl in the Unix
4. Skills in experimental work and development of algorithms in C++/C and Java.
5. Ability to work in group.
6. Good English knowledge.
2. Experience in software development for Natural Language Processing.
3. Experience in Statistical Machine Translation.
Collaboration contract for 5 months at the longest (in any case the end of the
collaboration will be 31 May 2011). The selected candidates will conduct
research activity under the supervision of an FBK researcher. The internship are
intended to provide a strong theoretical and experimental background to graduate
students interested in applying later for a PhD to start in June 2011.
Requirements, salary, and application procedure are specified in
Application Deadline: 29-Jan-2011
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