LINGUIST List 6.1738

Wed Dec 13 1995

Jobs: System Design/NLP, Linguistics/Phonetics

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  1. "Dr. Karin Haenelt", GMD Postgraduate Programme 1996/97
  2. "Dr. Nicole MUELLER", Visiting Teacher Wanted

Message 1: GMD Postgraduate Programme 1996/97

Date: Wed, 13 Dec 1995 14:08:56 GMD Postgraduate Programme 1996/97
From: "Dr. Karin Haenelt" <>
Subject: GMD Postgraduate Programme 1996/97

 GMD Postgraduate Programme 1996/97

GMD offers 10 young scientists the opportunity to work on innovative
topics on a broad range of subjects. The emphasis is on

 System Design Technology
 Cooperation and Communication
 Intelligent Multimedia Systems (includes Natural Language Processing)
 Parallel Processing

which represent the four major research areas of GMD.

Each of the fully paid positions will have a duration of up to two
years. A single extension by one additional year is possible. Funding
can start in March 1996.

Applications must arrive before February 1, 1996.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. (or equivalent) and demonstrate research
experience from projects in research institutions, universities or
industry. Good knowledge of English or German is required.

A statement of research qualification and interest should accompany
the application. The applications should include the following:

 Curriculum Vitae
 Copies of university degrees
 Letters of reference
 Publication lists
 Research plan

More information is available in the WWW under

Information on GMD

Information on GMD-KONTEXT
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Message 2: Visiting Teacher Wanted

Date: Wed, 13 Dec 1995 15:44:16 Visiting Teacher Wanted
From: "Dr. Nicole MUELLER" <>
Subject: Visiting Teacher Wanted

Visiting Teacher in Linguistics / Phonetics:

University of Central England in Birmingham

The School of Health & Policy Studies at the University of Central
England requires a visiting teacher in February, to provide teaching
in Phonetics and Linguistics (including psycholinguistics) on their
BSc Hons. Speech & Language Therapy and BSc Hons. Human
Communication. Most of the required teaching is part of the Level 1
(first year) programme.

 For further information, please contact

Dr Michael Filby (Head of School), Tel: 0121 331 5533 or 0121 444 4596

 Ms Julie Nettleton (Professional Leader, SLT), Tel: 0121 331 5471,

School of Health & Policy Studies
Baker Building
University of Central England
Perry Barr
Birmingham B42 2SU
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