LINGUIST List 10.1723

Fri Nov 12 1999

Jobs: Computational Ling, German Ling

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  1. Prof. Dr. Vogler, Computational Ling: Post-Doc and Post-Masters in Germany
  2. Eva Breindl, German Ling: Textbook Project/ Institute of German Lang, Germany

Message 1: Computational Ling: Post-Doc and Post-Masters in Germany

Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 08:52:24 +0100
From: Prof. Dr. Vogler <voglerorchid.inf.tu-dresden.de>
Subject: Computational Ling: Post-Doc and Post-Masters in Germany


The Faculty of Computer Science at the Dresden University of Technology,
Germany, offers in the framework of its research programme 
(DFG-Graduiertenkolleg) 

 Specification of discrete processes and systems of processes 
 by operational models and logics

several 

A. doctoral grants and 
B. postdoctoral grants 

with a duration of three years and two years, respectively, starting from
February 1st, 2000.

In this research programme we consider various formal concepts for studying
processes, in particular, algebraic and category-theoretic models, 
logic-specification, semi-automatic verification of properties, and 
formal concept analysis.

Applicants who have finished their master degree or Ph.D. can apply for
grant A or grant B, respectively, by sending their curriculum vitae, photo, 
list of publications, and two recommendations by professors not later than 
December 2nd, 1999 to 

Dresden University of Technology
Faculty of Computer Science
Prof. Dr.-Ing.habil. Heiko Vogler
Mommsenstr. 13
D-01062 Dresden
Germany

Further information can be found on the page:
http://orchid.inf.tu-dresden.de/gk-spezifikation/index.html
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Message 2: German Ling: Textbook Project/ Institute of German Lang, Germany

Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 13:57:11 +0100
From: Eva Breindl <breindloeaserver.ids-mannheim.de>
Subject: German Ling: Textbook Project/ Institute of German Lang, Germany

The Institut f�r Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, is seeking a linguist 
for the project "Handbuch der deutschen Konnektoren".
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Ausschreibung

Das Institut f�r Deutsche Sprache sucht f�r die Abteilung Grammatik 
zur Mitarbeit am "Handbuch der Konnektoren" zum 1. 
April 2000 f�r zun�chst drei Jahre

eine Sprachwissenschaftlerin oder einen Sprachwissenschaftler.

Informationen zum Handbuch-Projekt finden sich im Internet unter 
http://www.ids-mannheim.de/gra/konnektoren/konhome.html 

Verg�tung: nach BAT IIa (bzw. BAT Ib bei Erf�llung der 
tarifrechtlichen Voraussetzungen)

Anforderungen:
- Promotion in germanistischer Linguistik mit dem Schwerpunkt 
Semantik, bevorzugt Satzverkn�pfungsrelationen 
- Interesse an lexikographischer Arbeit

Bewerbungen mit den �blichen Unterlagen bitte bis zum 2. Januar 2000 
an das

 Institut f�r Deutsche Sprache
 Direktor
 Postfach 10 16 21
 68016 Mannheim

______
Dr. Eva Breindl
Institut f�r Deutsche Sprache
R5, 6-13
D 68161 Mannheim
Tel: 0621-1581-204
Fax: 0621-1581-200
E-mail: breindlids-mannheim.de
Hompepage: http://www.ids-mannheim.de/gra/personal/breindl.html
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