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Tue 22 Mar 1994

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Message 1: M.Sc in Speech and Language Processing at Edinburgh

Date: Mon, 21 Mar 94 12:05:52 GMM.Sc in Speech and Language Processing at Edinburgh
From: L Kelly <louiseling.edinburgh.ac.uk>
Subject: M.Sc in Speech and Language Processing at Edinburgh

 Postgraduate Opportunities

 UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH

 DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS

M.Sc. IN SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING

This one-year course covers basic computing skills, prolog, core
linguistics, psycholinguistics, statistics, speech analysis, speech and
language technology systems, and techniques in speech recognition and
synthesis. The SERC (via EPSERC) has accepted the M.Sc. as suitable
for the tenure of its advanced course studentships, for which British
and other EC residents with Honours degrees or equivalent experience are
eligible. Subject to final approval, we expect to have a quota of five
such studentships for the academic year 1994-95.

POSTGRADUATE STUDENTSHIPS IN LINGUISTICS

Applicants with a good Honours degree in any relevant subject and
intending to do Ph.D. research on topics in linguistic theory,
psycholinguistics, and linguistic aspects of speech and language
technology are invited to apply for postgraduate research places in the
Department of Linguistics. The Department has been recognised by the
ESRC for the award of research studentships to British and other EC
nationals. Applicants wishing to apply for an ESRC studentship are
advised to contact the department immediately, as applications must be
submitted through the department to ESRC by 31 March.

The Kingston Press Studentship in Linguistics:

Applications are invited for this studentship which supports part-time
study toward the Ph.D. degree and part-time training in the skills of
academic editing. Applicants will be familiar with word-processing,
able to write good English, and have an interest in empirical approaches
to the study of language.

For fullest consideration all applications should be submitted by 31
March 1994.

For further information and application forms, contact Mrs. Ethel Jack,
Department of Linguistics, University of Edinburgh, Adam Ferguson
Building, George Square, Edinburgh EH8 9LL (Tel: 031-650-3961; fax:
031-650-3962; e-mail: ethelling.ed.ac.uk).

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