LINGUIST List 10.224

Fri Feb 12 1999

Support: Cognitive/Neuroling/Computational

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  1. Udo Hahn, Cognitive/neuroling/computational/AI at Freiburg University (Germany)

Message 1: Cognitive/neuroling/computational/AI at Freiburg University (Germany)

Date: Fri, 12 Feb 1999 09:11:34 -0500 (EST)
From: Udo Hahn <>
Subject: Cognitive/neuroling/computational/AI at Freiburg University (Germany)

The Graduate Program on `Human and Machine Intelligence' at 
Freiburg University (Germany) offers

	four positions for Ph.D. graduate students.

The program is primarily dedicated to research in the area of 
cognitive science and run by professors from related disciplines, 
i.e., cognitive psychology, neuro- and psycholinguistics, 
computational linguistics, and artificial intelligence.

Graduate students are expected to complete their Ph.D. thesis within 
two and a half years. The scholarship includes financial support on 
the range of 1,500 German Marks per month (some rise is anticipated 
but still not fully acknowledged). Excellency is required for 
applicants who should be capable to conduct leading-edge research. 
The supervisors offer extensive personal support and collaboration, 
high-class technical environments, and competitive research teams 
which enjoy international reputation. Fluency in German is an asset 
but not necessarily required. Closing date for applications is 
February 22, 1999.

For general information about the graduate program have a look at

Contact person is Sabine Kimmler-Schad who can also be reached by 
her email address:

For a quick orientation about the research activities of the 
Computational Linguistics Lab browse at

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