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LINGUIST List 23.3801

Mon Sep 10 2012

Jobs: Computational Ling; NLP: Full Prof, University of Stuttgart

Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett <brunettlinguistlist.org>

Date: 10-Sep-2012
From: Jonas Kuhn <berufungsverfahren-tclims.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing: Full Professor, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
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University or Organization: University of Stuttgart
Department: Institute for Natural Language Processing (IMS)
Job Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Web Address: http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/
Job Rank: Full Professor

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Natural Language Processing


Description:

The Institute for Natural Language Processing (IMS) at the University of
Stuttgart is seeking to fill the Professorship of Theoretical Computational
Linguistics (W3) starting in the summer semester 2013.

The successful candidate will be committed to representing the discipline
in research and teaching and will contribute to the BSc program
'Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung' (Natural Language Processing), the MSc
program 'Computational Linguistics' and to other programs at the Faculty of
Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, with
teaching both in German and in English.

The candidates should have research foci within the following main areas:
Mathematical properties and algorithmic implementation of linguistic
formalisms and learning techniques from the fields of Syntax, Semantics,
Phonology and Morphology; statistical methods in Natural Language
Processing. An interest in the combination of symbolic and statistical
techniques is desirable.

The research profile of the candidate should fit into the interdisciplinary
nature of the Institute for Natural Language Processing in Stuttgart
(http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/). The candidate is expected to engage in
collaborations within the Faculty, and with the Linguistics Department, in
particular as part of the Collaborative Research Project 'Incremental
Specification in Context' (Sonderforschungsbereich 732). Experience in
obtaining third-party funding and an international profile is desirable.

The requirements for employment listed in § 47 and § 50 Baden-Württemberg
university law apply.

Applications should preferably be in electronic form and include the usual
documents (vita; copies of certificates; list of publications, taught
courses and past grant acquisition; statement of research interests) and
three relevant publications. The application deadline is November 2, 2012.
Please send your application to the Deputy Chairperson of the Search
Committee at the application mailing address below.

The University of Stuttgart has established a Dual Career Program to offer
assistance to partners of those moving to Stuttgart. For more information
please visit the web-page under: http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/dual-career/

The University of Stuttgart is an equal opportunity employer. Applications
of women are strongly encouraged. Severely challenged persons will be given
preference in case of equal qualifications.

Application Deadline: 02-Nov-2012
Mailing Address for Applications:
Prof. Dr. Jonas Kuhn
Universität Stuttgart
Institut für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung, Pfaffenwaldring 5b
Stuttgart 70569
Germany
Email Address for Applications: berufungsverfahren-tclims.uni-stuttgart.de
Contact Information:
Prof. Dr. Jonas Kuhn
Email: berufungsverfahren-tclims.uni-stuttgart.de

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