LINGUIST List 11.1155

Sat May 20 2000

Jobs: Computational Linguistics

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  1. Lisa Albright, Computational Grammarian: Researcher at Microsoft, Redmond, WA USA

Message 1: Computational Grammarian: Researcher at Microsoft, Redmond, WA USA

Date: 19 May 2000 19:37:28 -0000
From: Lisa Albright <v-lisacmicrosoft.com>
Subject: Computational Grammarian: Researcher at Microsoft, Redmond, WA USA


Areas Required: Computational Grammarian
University or Organization: Microsoft
Department: Research
State or Province: Washington
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: None
Contact: Lisa Albright v-lisacmicrosoft.com


The NLP Group in Microsoft Research is looking for one computational
grammarian for German, and one for French. The positions will be
located on the Microsoft central campus in Redmond, Washington, USA. 

The NLP Research group began in 1991, and has grown to include 7
languages, all of which have well-developed broad coverage analysis
components.

The grammarian's primary responsibilities will be to collaborate with a
group of researchers (within the context of a French or German team) on
the development of linguistic modules inside the systems. These
currently include an analysis grammar, a logical form component and an
experimental generation module. 

The grammarian's qualifications should include experience in linguistic
research, software development and natural language processing; a
flexible approach to linguistic theory; and an advanced degree in
linguistics, or a closely related discipline. Native proficiency in the
language of choice is assumed. Familiarity with generation is a plus.

For more information about the NLP group, connect to our home page on
the World Wide Web.

http://www.research.microsoft.com/research/nlp
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