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Wed Mar 28 2001

Jobs: Comp Ling, Professor, Stockholm University

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  1. Christina Hellman, Professor in Computational Linguistics: Professor at Stockholm University, 10691 Stockholm Sweden

Message 1: Professor in Computational Linguistics: Professor at Stockholm University, 10691 Stockholm Sweden

Date: 27 Mar 2001 10:27:20 -0000
From: Christina Hellman <kickiling.su.se>
Subject: Professor in Computational Linguistics: Professor at Stockholm University, 10691 Stockholm Sweden


Rank of Job: Professor
Areas Required: Professor in Computational Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Stockholm University
Department: Dept. of Linguistics
State or Province: 10691 Stockholm
Country: Sweden
Final Date of Application: 15 April 2001
Contact: Christina Hellman kickiling.su.se

Address for Applications:
Stockholms universitet, Registrator/PA
Stockholm
 10691
Sweden

Stockholm University 
Faculty of Humanities		 
Kenneth Hjalmarsson
Tel. 08-16 21 30
Fax 08-16 25 69
E-mail: kenneth.hjalmarssonadm.su.se				

Stockholm University
invites applications for a position as

PROFESSOR IN
COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS
at the Department of Linguistics
(ref no. 611-0740-01)

Responsibilities will include research, supervision of Ph.D. students,
and teaching at graduate and undergraduate levels. The professor may
also be asked to assume administrative functions within the department.


Necessary qualifications include well documented scientific and
pedagogical skills. The ap-plicants should have an established record of
scientific publications of high quality, at least at the level of a
Swedish "docent" (roughly corresponding to "Habilitation" in other
European countries). In addition, administrative skills, leadership and
cooperative abilities are of impor-tance. Applicants' ability to promote
contact with the world outside the university and to spread information
about research will also be considered. 

More information can be obtained by contacting the head of the
Department of Linguistics, Christna Hellman, tel. +46-8-16 2335 or by
email: kickiling.su.se.

Union representatives are Bo Ekengren (SACO-r�det), Lars �ke S�ll
(ST-ATF) and Birgitta Carl�n (SEKO) (all at tel. +46-8-162000) 

Applicants are encouraged to include their salary expectations in their
application.

The application, in four copies, should include:
�	a certified summary of qualifications and a numbered list of
scientific works 
�	a statement of intent in English (no more than two pages), specifying
the applicant's plans within the relevant areas of activity, should he
or she receive the position
�	copies of relevant diplomas, certificates etc. 
�	a short description in English (no more than five pages) of the
applicant's experience in research, education, administration (including
project development and staff man-agement). The applicant should
indicate which results and qualifications he or she considers to be of
particular relevance. Applicants should acquaint themselves with the
University's employment policy and principles for the evaluation of
pedagogical qualifications of teachers (http://www.pb.su.se, or by
contacting the administrative official mentioned above).
o	one set of those scientific works (numbered according to the list of
publica-tions), which the applicant considers to be of primary relevance
to the applica-tion. Note: only one set of publications should be sent
to the university at this time. The applicants will later be asked to
send a set of relevant publications to each of three experts who will be
chosen to evaluate the applications.

Deadline for applications, marked with the above reference number (ref
no. 611-0740-01) is April 15, 2001. Send to :

Stockholms universitet,
Registrator/PA, 
106 91 STOCKHOLM

Applications by email or fax will be accepted, but a signed original
application must be sent in at soon as possible.

(This is a shortened and revised version of the official announcement in
Swedish.)
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