LINGUIST List 7.1034

Tue Jul 16 1996

FYI: Studentships, Ling Working Papers Abstracts

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  1. Jock McNaught, 4 research studentships in NLP
  2. J.McMahonQueens-Belfast.ac.uk, 3 year Studentship: speech/language processing
  3. Michael Bernstein, FYI: Linguistics Working Papers Abstracts

Message 1: 4 research studentships in NLP

Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 19:46:47 BST
From: Jock McNaught <jockccl.umist.ac.uk>
Subject: 4 research studentships in NLP

The Department of Language Engineering at UMIST has 4 research
studentships in Natural Language Processing on offer for
suitably-qualified candidates.

Details may be found at:

http://www.ccl.umist.ac.uk/studentships.html


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John McNaught		 jockccl.umist.ac.uk
Centre for Computational
 Linguistics 		
UMIST			
PO Box 88
Sackville Street
Manchester, UK 	 tel: +44.161.200.3098 (direct)
M60 1QD fax: +44.161.200.3099
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Message 2: 3 year Studentship: speech/language processing

Date: Tue, 16 Jul 1996 10:24:40 BST
From: J.McMahonQueens-Belfast.ac.uk <J.McMahonQueens-Belfast.ac.uk>
Subject: 3 year Studentship: speech/language processing

Postgraduate Research Studentship 1996 at Queen's University, Belfast

Applications are invited for a 3-year PhD studentship available as
part of an EPSRC-funded research project. The project, entitled
`Development and Integration of Statistical Speech and Language
Models' is being undertaken by the Speech and Language research group
in the Computer Science department. A good honours degree in Computer
Science or Maths is desirable, but applicants possessing (or currently
completing) a masters degree in Computer Science, or a good honours
degree in Engineering, Physics or other related subjects will be
considered. Applicants must be ordinarily resident in the UK for at
least 3 years prior to 1 October. Residency solely or mainly for
educational purposes does not count as ordinary residence. The
successful applicant must be available to start on 1st October, though
an earlier start is possible. Please send a curriculum vitae to
Professor F J Smith, Department of Computer Science, 21 Stranmillis
Road, Belfast BT9 5AF, Northern Ireland. The curriculum vitae must
include the names/addresses of two academic referees from the
institution where the applicant took his/her first degree. If a higher
degree or postgraduate course has been taken, one of the referees must
be from that institution. Those with recent relevant employment
experience should list, if possible, the name of their employer as a
third referee. The closing date for receipt of curriculum vitaes is
1st August. The University is a charity established in 1845 to advance
education.
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Message 3: FYI: Linguistics Working Papers Abstracts

Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 17:31:34 EDT
From: Michael Bernstein <michaelcascadilla.com>
Subject: FYI: Linguistics Working Papers Abstracts
Are you involved with a linguistics working papers series? We'd like
to include information about your series in Linguistics Working Papers
Abstracts (LWPA), a twice-a-year publication from Cascadilla Press.

The information we're looking for is contact and ordering information,
and abstracts of papers in recent volumes. We already have over 20
series participating, and the first issue which came out last December
contained almost 200 abstracts. The next issue is due out at the end
of the summer.

You can get information about LWPA from our web site at

http://www.cascadilla.com/lwpa.html

including a list of which series are currently included, and
instructions for sending in information about your series. If you
have any questions, please send e-mail to lwpacascadilla.com.

Yours,
 Michael Bernstein
 Cascadilla Press
 michaelcascadilla.com
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