LINGUIST List 9.65

Thu Jan 15 1998

Jobs: Arabic, Computational Linguistics

Editor for this issue: Anita Huang <anitalinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. David Russell, Arabic Dialectician
  2. David Russell, Arabic Native Speakers
  3. Sandiway Fong, Computational Linguist at NECI

Message 1: Arabic Dialectician

Date: Thu, 15 Jan 1998 12:05:11 -0500
From: David Russell <David_Rmindspring.com>
Subject: Arabic Dialectician

MRM, a foreign language research firm in the Washington, D.C. area, is
seeking to employ an Arabic dialectician to produce language learning
materials in various Arabic dialects, excluding Egyptian and Levantine.
The ideal candidate will have native-speaking ability in MSA and at lease
one dialect and demonstrated ability to conduct and/or direct language
research in this field. The candidate should have a Ph.D. or equivalent
work experience or be an ABD. Interested applicants should send their
resumes to: MRM, Inc., P.O. Box 400, Kensington, MD 20895-400, fax to
301-949-1816 or email to hdqterols. com.

David Russell
David_Rmindspring.com
MRM Inc.
hdqtmrminc.com
Kensington, MD USA
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Message 2: Arabic Native Speakers

Date: Thu, 15 Jan 1998 12:05:11 -0500
From: David Russell <David_Rmindspring.com>
Subject: Arabic Native Speakers

MRM, a foreign language research firm in the Washington, D.C. area, is
seeking to employ native speakers of various Arabic dialects, not including
Egyptian and Levantine, to produce language learning materials in these
dialects. The ideal candidate will have native-speaking ability in one of
these dialects and a good command of English. Interested applicants should
send their resumes to: MRM, Inc. P.O. Box 400, Kensington, MD 20895-4000,
fax to 301-949-1816 or email to hdqterols. com.

David Russell
David_Rmindspring.com
MRM Inc.
hdqtmrminc.com
Kensington, MD USA
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Message 3: Computational Linguist at NECI

Date: Thu, 15 Jan 1998 15:10:10 -0500
From: Sandiway Fong <sandiwayresearch.nj.nec.com>
Subject: Computational Linguist at NECI


There are immediate job openings at NEC Research Institute in
Princeton NJ. Enclosed below is the formal job announcement. We
currently have a small group or circle of people - including myself, 
David Lebeaux, and Piroska Csuri - who are working on linguistics
and computation. Since we're seeking to expand and strengthen this
area of research, I'd like to encourage linguists who have an interest
in computational issues to apply.

Sandiway Fong
Research Scientist 		sandiwayresearch.nj.nec.com
http://www.neci.nj.nec.com/homepages/sandiway/



 NEC Research Institute

The NEC Research Institute (NECI) Computer Science Division has
immediate openings for outstanding researchers. Candidates are
expected to establish a basic research program of international
stature. NECI currently has programs in theory; machine learning;
computer vision; computational linguistics; operating systems,
programming languages, and compilers; and parallel architecture.
Candidates with strong records in one of these areas will be
preferred. Ph.D.s are generally required.

The NEC Research Institute, founded nine years ago, has as its mission
basic research in Computer Science and Physics underlying future
computer and communication technologies. The Institute offers unusual
opportunities in that:

 1. Members are free to decide on their own basic research
 directions and projects;

 2. Positions include budgets for research, support staff, travel,
 and equipment; and 

 3. All results are published in the open literature.

The Institute, located near Princeton, NJ, has close ties with many
outstanding research universities in the area. The Institute's
laboratories are state-of-the-art and include several high-end
parallel compute servers. For more details about NECI, see
http://www.neci.nj.nec.com/.

Applicants must show documentation of eligibility for employment.
NECI is an equal opportunity employer. Full applications should
include resumes, copies of selected publications, names of at least
three references, and a two-page statement of proposed research
directions. Applications will be reviewed beginning February 1, 1998.

Please send applications or inquiries to:

 David L. Waltz
 VP, Computer Science Research
 NEC Research Institute
 4 Independence Way
 Princeton, NJ 08540
 waltzresearch.nj.nec.com
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