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Mon Mar 10 2003

Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, Oxford

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Message 1: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, University of Oxford, UK

Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 11:37:09 +0000
From: esther.grabe <esther.grabephon.ox.ac.uk>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Researcher, University of Oxford, UK



University or Organization: University of Oxford
Department: Phonetics Laboratory
Rank of Job: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Prosody, Acoustic Phonetics
Required Language(s): English (Code = ENG)


Description:

A Research Associate is required to work on a project on quantitative
modelling of intonational variation in English, under the supervision
of Esther Grabe and John Coleman. We seek applicants with a higher
degree in one of the following areas: speech and signal processing,
computational linguistics, or experimental phonetics. Experience in
acoustic phonetics and/or prosody will be an advantage.

The principal duties of the post holder will be the following:

i) Statistical and computational work on the project, including
 electronic dissemination
ii) Documentation of their work
iii) Contribution to the writing of papers and other deliverables

The appointment will be for 2 years, from 1st May 2003, on the RS1A
salary scale (currently �18,265 to �27,339 p.a.).

Further particulars concerning this opening, and information about how
to apply, may be found on our website, at
http://www.phon.ox.ac.uk/OXIGEN/FPs.htm
		
	

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Esther Grabe
	Phonetics Laboratory
	41 Wellington Square
	Oxford, OX1 2JF
	United Kingdom 
 
	Applications are due by 29-Mar-2003


Contact Information:
	Dr. Esther Grabe.
	Email: esther.grabephon.ox.ac.uk
	Tel: 0044 1865 270446
	Website: http://www.phon.ox.ac.uk

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