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Sat May 11 1996

Jobs: Research Fellow in speech or Language processing

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Message 1: Job Advertisement: Research Fellow in speech or Language processing

Date: Fri, 10 May 1996 08:35:04 GMT
From: J.McMahonQueens-Belfast.ac.uk <J.McMahonQueens-Belfast.ac.uk>
Subject: Job Advertisement: Research Fellow in speech or Language processing


**** JOB ADVERTISEMENT **** JOB ADVERTISEMENT **** JOB ADVERTISEMENT ****

 Research Fellow
 Department of Computer Science
 The Queen's University of Belfast
 Belfast BT7 1NN
 Northern Ireland

This post, ref. 96/LL and funded by the EPSRC, is available from June
1996 for three years, to research, design and implement components of
a combined statistical speech and language modelling system.
Applicants must hold a PhD or have submitted their thesis, in computer
science or related discipline, preferably in language or speech
processing. Proficiency in the construction of software systems,
together with a good basic knowledge of mathematics and statistics is
essential. Work published or in progress is desirable.

Commencing salary range: 14,319 - 15,987 pounds, placing depending on
age, experience and qualifications. Closing date: 24 May 1996. It is
intended that interviews will be held on 14 June 1996.

Applicants, quoting reference numbers where indicated, may obtain
further particulars from the Personnel Office. The Queen's University
of Belfast, BT7 1NN (01232) 245133 ext 3044/3246 or Fax (01232)
324944/310629.

The university is a charity, established in 1845 to advance education.
Committed to an Equal Opportunities policy and selection on merit, it
welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Under its
affirmative action programme it particularly welcomes applications
from women for academic posts and applications from Roman Catholics
for all posts.
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