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LINGUIST List 23.2617

Wed Jun 06 2012

Jobs: Comp Ling: Post Doc, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

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Date: 06-Jun-2012
From: Laura Kallmeyer <kallmeyerphil.hhu.de>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Post Doc, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, NRW, Germany
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University or Organization: Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Department: Institut für Sprache und Information
Job Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
Web Address: http://www.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/cl/
Job Rank: Post Doc

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics


The Department for Computational Linguistics of the Heinrich-Heine-
Universitaet Duesseldorf, Germany (Chair of Computational Linguistics: Prof.
Dr. Laura Kallmeyer) offers a position as wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in
(TV-L E13 100%) for a postdoc or an advanced doctoral student.

The position starts in October 2012. Its duration is limited to two years,
maybe with the possibility of an extension. It includes 4 hours of teaching per
week in computational linguistics. Teaching is supposed to be in German, if
not immediately, then after a short time. Therefore, if the candidate does not
speak German yet, he/she should be willing to learn and practice it.

The candidate should preferably have some teaching experience and should
be willing to participate in the research activities conducted at the Department
for Computational Linguistics. These cover the following areas:

1. data-driven parsing
2. statistical machine translation
3. syntax-semantics interface, in particular (but not limited to) frame-based
(i.e., feature-structure-based) semantic composition
4. grammar formalisms, in particular (but not limited to) Tree Adjoining

The Department for Computational Linguistics offers a rich and stimulating
research environment: It participates with several projects in the Collaborative
Research Center (CRC) 991 funded by the DFG, http://www.sfb991.uni-
duesseldorf.de/en/sfb991/. The CRC is a large collection of research projects;
it focusses on the structure of representations in language, cognition and
science with a particular emphasis on frames and on lexical semantics.
Besides the CRC projects there is also a project on parsing and machine
translation, http://www.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/beyond-cfg/.

Salary is on the German scale TV-L E13. The position is for two years. The
starting date is October 1, 2012. Applications should include the following:

1. Cover letter outlining interest in the position and academic goals
2. CV including information about education, related work and about volunteer
3. Copies of certificates.
4. If available, a copy of the PhD thesis and other sample publications.

Applications and further questions, should be addressed to Dr. Laura
Kallmeyer at the email address listed below.

Application Deadline: (Open until filled)

Email Address for Applications: kallmeyerphil.hhu.de
Contact Information:
Dr. Laura Kallmeyer
Email: kallmeyerphil.hhu.de

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