LINGUIST List 12.1326

Tue May 15 2001

Jobs: Phonetics/Phonology AsstProf at U of Groningen

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Message 1: Phonetics/Speech: Assistant Professor at University of Groningen, Groningen The Netherlands

Date: 12 May 2001 10:19:55 -0000
From: John Nerbonne <nerbonnelet.rug.nl>
Subject: Phonetics/Speech: Assistant Professor at University of Groningen, Groningen The Netherlands


Rank of Job: Assistant professor
Areas Required: phonetics/speech
Other Desired Areas: web
University or Organization: University of Groningen
Department: Humanities Computing
State or Province: Groningen
Country: The Netherlands
Final Date of Application: 6 June 2001
Contact: John Nerbonne nerbonnelet.rug.nl

Address for Applications:
Afdeling Personnel & Organisatie, P.O.Box 72, U.Groningen
Groningen
G NL 9700 AB
The Netherlands

Groningen (The Netherlands)
University of Groningen
Assistant Prof. Web Technology
 w. specialization in graphics and/or sound 

Universitaire Docent Informatiekunde (Ass't Prof. Humanities Computing)

The department of Humanities Computing at the University of Groningen
sollicits applications for a tenure track position in Humanities
Computing. We are particularly interested in candidates who will
strengthen the department in Web Technology (HTML and XML), and who
complement the rest of the permanent staff (history and computational
linguistics in text). Applicants with strong records in graphics or
in audio processing are particularly encouraged to apply.

Your proven abilities and interest include a PhD and regular
publication in a relevant field; sleeves-up, hands-on experience with
web technology; succesful teaching experience; good cooperative
skills, but also the ability to work independently; and a vision of
how ICT will improve humanities schoarship.

The university offers a salary of maximally f 9.150 monthly. This
will be an appointment for indefinite period with a tenure decision
after two years. There is a indicative evalutation after one year,
and the university requires pedagogical training of inexperience
staff. Women are particularly encouraged to attend.

Further Information & Procedure

Prof. dr. ir. J. Nerbonne, chair of Humanities Computing, can provide
further information on this position (nerbonnelet.rug.nl).
Applications, including a cover letter, CV, names and addresses of
three references, and three recent papers, should be sent by June 6 to
the following address:
 Afdeling Personnel & Organisatie
 P.O.Box 72
 University of Groningen
 9700 AB Groningen
 The Netherlands
Note "Vacaturenummer 201095" on the envelope AND in your letter. 

Phoneticians and laboratory phonologists are encouraged to apply.










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