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Sat Dec 21 2002

Jobs: Linguistics: Ph.D. Scholarships, U/of Stuttgart

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Message 1: Linguistics: Ph.D. Scholarships, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 11:02:52 +0000
From: artemis.alexiadou <artemis.alexiadoupo.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Linguistics: Ph.D. Scholarships, University of Stuttgart, Germany



University or Organization: University of Stuttgart
Rank of Job: Ph.D. Scholarships
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Linguistics


Description:

Ph.D. scholarships available at the University of Stuttgart

Closing date for applications: February 1st, 2003

The graduate program ''Sprachliche Repr�sentationen und ihre
Interpretation'' (''Linguistic Representations and Their
Interpretation'') is pleased to announce the availability of 7
doctoral scholarships. Two of those will start on May 1st 2003, and 5
more will become available later in the year. The positions are
available for 2 years. They can be extended to the maximum duration of
36 months.

The graduate program is a structured doctoral program in linguistics
and computational linguistics at the University of Stuttgart. The
participating lecturers are: Artemis Alexiadou, Rainer B�uerle,
Grzegorz Dogil, Ulrich Heid, Hans Kamp, Bernd M�bius, Uwe Reyle,
Christian Rohrer, and Achim Stein.

Information about the projects of the graduate program can be found on
the internet under:
http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/Graduiertenkolleg/index.html

Applicants for the scholarships should: 
be no older than 28 years of age (exceptions are possible if
particular reasons exist); have a Diplom, M.A., B.A., or an equivalent
academic degree; be able to read and understand English (and
preferably also German); be prepared to take an active part in the
work of the Graduiertenkolleg. This includes both scientific work
(lectures, seminars, workshops, etc.) and organisational work.

Applications are accepted in German and English. Applications should
contain:
a letter of application (no formal requirements); the names,
addresses, and e-mail addresses of two people who will send a letter
of reference; a Ph.D. dissertation proposal, possibly written after a
discussion with the prospective supervisor (the proposal should make
reference to one of the projects of the program); a CV including
transcript, results of examinations, classes attended; email address
if available; a written thesis (e.g., M.A. dissertation, Studienarbeit
or Diplomarbeit). Any substantial written work may be submitted.

Applications should be sent to the Head of the program (currently
Artemis Alexiadou). Please arrange for the two letters of reference to
be sent directly to the Head of the program. Closing date for
applications is February 1st, 2003.

Address for Applications/Contact Information
Prof. Dr. Artemis Alexiadou
Graduiertenkolleg ''Sprachliche Repr�sentationen und ihre Interpretation''
University of Stuttgart
Institute of English Linguistics
Keplerstr. 17
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
Email: artemis.alexiadoupo.uni-stuttgart.de

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Artemis Alexiadou
	University of Stuttgart, 
	Institute of English Linguistics
	Keplerstr. 17
	Stuttgart, 70174
	Germany 
 
	Applications are due by 01-Feb-2003


Contact Information:
	Artemis Alexiadou.
	Email: artemis.alexiadoupo.uni-stuttgart.de
	Tel: +49-711-1213121
	Website: 
	http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/Graduiertenkolleg/index.html
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