LINGUIST List 7.1278

Fri Sep 13 1996

Jobs: Software engineer at SYSTRAN, Syntax at U of Michigan

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  1. Jin Yang, Jobs: Software Engineer at SYSTRAN
  2. pballardumich.edu, Syntax at U of Michigan

Message 1: Jobs: Software Engineer at SYSTRAN

Date: Fri, 13 Sep 1996 13:42:19 PDT
From: Jin Yang <yangsystranmt.com>
Subject: Jobs: Software Engineer at SYSTRAN
SYSTRAN Software, Inc. is a leading software developing company
specializing in machine translation software and other natural
language processing products.

The La Jolla headquarter based in La Jolla, California is seeking
natural language software developer for our machine translation
projects.

(1) Senior Software Engineer with background in computational
linguistics needed for Unix/Windows systems development. Good
linguistic knowledge, strong programming skills in C/C++ required.
Experience in natural language processing preferred.

(2) Junior Software Engineer needed for Windows/Unix systems
development. Knowledge of a foreign language and database design
desirable. Experience in natural language processing preferred.

For prompt consideration please send your resume to:

Jin Yang
7855 Fay Avenue, Suite 300
La Jolla, CA 92037
yangsystranmt.com
URL: http://www.systranmt.com/



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Jin Yang yangsystranmt.com
Software Engineer http://www.systranmt.com/~yang/ 
SYSTRAN Software, Inc. (619) 459-6700 Ext. 108
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Message 2: Syntax at U of Michigan

Date: Fri, 13 Sep 1996 09:52:49 EDT
From: pballardumich.edu <pballardumich.edu>
Subject: Syntax at U of Michigan
OPEN POSITIONS

University of Michigan


The Program in Linguistics at the University of Michigan invites
applications for tenure-track faculty positions in syntax, beginning
fall, 1997. The level of appointments (assistant to full professor)
is open. We seek outstanding applicants with teaching and research
expertise in formal syntax, preferably with specializations in
comparative or cross-linguistic studies. Secondary specializations in
semantics, computational linguistics, neurolinguistics, or
psycholinguistics are especially welcome. Applicants should be able
to relate their research to other subdisciplines or cognate fields. A
Ph.D. by the start of the appointment is required.

A letter of application, CV, one representative publication, and three
letters of recommendation should be sent by November 1, 1996, to
Professor Marilyn Shatz, Director, Program in Linguistics, The
University of Michigan, 1076 Frieze Building, Ann Arbor, Michigan
48109-1285.

The University of Michigan is an EO/AA employer.
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