LINGUIST List 8.293

Fri Feb 28 1997

Jobs: Speech Recognition, Computational

Editor for this issue: T. Daniel Seely <seelylinguistlist.org>


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  1. Margaret Ann Doll, Neural Network Intern For Speech Recognition
  2. Jim Hoover, Computational Linguist in Washington/Baltimore

Message 1: Neural Network Intern For Speech Recognition

Date: Wed, 26 Feb 1997 08:15:11 -0500
From: Margaret Ann Doll <Margaret_Dollbrown.edu>
Subject: Neural Network Intern For Speech Recognition


NEURAL NETWORK INTERN FOR SPEECH RECOGNITION


Motorola's Chicago Corporate Research Laboratories is currently seeking
a Ph.D. student to join the Speech Synthesis and Machine Learning Group
as an intern in its Speech Processing Systems Research Laboratory in
Schaumburg, Illinois, for spring 1997. The internship will last at
least three months.

The Speech Synthesis and Machine Learning Group has developed innovative
neural network and signal processing technologies for speech synthesis
and speech recognition applications. The intern will work on a component
of an HMM/neural network hybrid speech recognizer. The duties of the
position include applied research, software development, and conducting
experiments with speech data sets. Innovation in research, application
of technology and a high level of motivation is the standard for all
members of the team.

The individual should be in an advanced stage of a Ph.D. program in
EE, CS or a related discipline. The ability to work within a group to
quickly implement and evaluate algorithms in a rapid research/development
cycle is essential. Strong programming skills in the "C" language and
solid knowledge of neural networks are required. Background in any of
speech processing, statistical techniques, decision trees, and genetic
algorithms is highly desirable.

Please send text-format resume and cover letter to Orhan Karaali,
karaalimot.com. Motorola is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer. We welcome and encourage diversity in our workforce.

 
	 --Margaret
 
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Message 2: Computational Linguist in Washington/Baltimore

Date: Wed, 26 Feb 1997 15:29:36 -0800
From: Jim Hoover <jim.hooverraba.com>
Subject: Computational Linguist in Washington/Baltimore

Computational Linguist/Computer Scientist 

RABA Technologies, Inc., a small consulting firm specializing in
advanced software construction, is seeking 2 computational
linguists/computer scientists for a year+ software development effort
focused on linguistic processing. Individuals with skills in the
following areas are encouraged to apply. 

 - Strong computational linguistic background
 - Natural language processing
 - Machine translation
 - Foreign language encoding
 - Parsing techniques
 - Strong C and UNIX programming background
 - Knowledge of UNIX tools such as sed/awk/lex/yacc helpful
 - Knowledge of X11/Motif, Java/AWT, Tcl/Tk helpful
 - Knowledge of Lisp, Prolog, Perl helpful

Applicants selected must meet eligibility requirements to obtain a
security clearance. U.S. citizenship is required.

Salary is commensurate with level of experience.

Please submit resumes/CVs and salary requirements to:
 email: 
 resumesraba.com 
 fax: 
 410-715-9397
 mail:
 RABA Technologies, Inc.
 10500 Little Patuxent Parkway
 Suite 790
 Attn: Human Resources
 Columbia, MD 21044


RABA Technologies, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

http://www.raba.com
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