LINGUIST List 14.504

Thu Feb 20 2003

Jobs: Text/corpus Ling: Researcher, INRIA, France

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  1. sebillot, Text/corpus Linguistics: Researcher, INRIA, France

Message 1: Text/corpus Linguistics: Researcher, INRIA, France

Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 14:02:59 +0000
From: sebillot <>
Subject: Text/corpus Linguistics: Researcher, INRIA, France

University or Organization: INRIA French National Institute for
			 Research in Co
Rank of Job: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics, Computational Linguistics,
		 Semantics, Text/Corpus Linguistics


French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and
Control, INRIA

More than 200 job opportunities opened at INRIA in 2003 INRIA offers a
very large variety of positions Among them are:
- visiting positions from six months to two years duration for French
 and foreign specialists, with academic or industrial background;
- tenured positions for junior and senior research scientists. In
 addition to these job opportunities, INRIA offers more than 200
 hosting possibilities within one of INRIA research project-teams, for
 preparing a PhD thesis or for postdoctoral visits.

February 17, 2003. A competitive selection to recruit some 30 junior
research scientists (charges de recherche 2eme classe) or senior
research scientists (directeurs de recherche 2eme classe) on tenured
position is now opened. The deadline for returning application forms
is on March 18.

You will find information on these recrutements: conditions,
deadlines, scientific and administrative information, contact
adresses, downloadable forms in RTF and Latex formats, on our web

Among these positions, 3 junior research scientist's ones are
dedicated to the INRIA research unit in Rennes, plus the 9 senior
research scientist's ones that are nationally opened.

TexMex research team in Rennes is especially interested in
applications of specialists in natural language processing (semantic
aspects of NLP) and machine learning. Some of the domains in which
competences are particularly welcomed are: 
- corpus-based acquisition of lexical information (esp. semantic)
- machine learning, esp. symbolic
- information retrieval 
- automatic summarization

For more information on this research team, please contact Pascale
Sebillot (,

Pascale Sebillot
IRISA/INRIA, Campus de Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes cedex, France
tel: 33 2 99 84 73 17, fax: 33 2 99 84 71 71

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Bureau du personnel INRIA
	Campus universitaire de Beaulieu
	Rennes, 35042
	Applications are due by 18-Mar-2003

Contact Information:
	Pascale Sebillot.
	Tel: 33 2 99 84 73 17
	Fax: 33 2 99 84 71 71
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