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LINGUIST List 17.2095

Wed Jul 19 2006

Jobs: Speech, Articulatory Synthesis: Post Doc, Haskins Laboratories

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        1.    Doug Whalen, Speech, Articulatory Synthesis: Post Doc, Haskins Laboratories, CT, USA

Message 1: Speech, Articulatory Synthesis: Post Doc, Haskins Laboratories, CT, USA
Date: 18-Jul-2006
From: Doug Whalen <whalenhaskins.yale.edu>
Subject: Speech, Articulatory Synthesis: Post Doc, Haskins Laboratories, CT, USA

University or Organization: Haskins Laboratories
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Speech, Articulatory Synthesis


Haskins Laboratories, an interdisciplinary research laboratory affiliated
with Yale University and the University of Connecticut and located in New
Haven, CT, has a position for a post-doctoral level researcher in speech.
This work is supported by an NIH grant, 'Links between production and
perception in speech.' The primary focus is on further developments for our
articulatory synthesizer, CASY.
http://www.haskins.yale.edu/facilities/asy-demo.html and

Previous research in articulatory synthesis is preferred, but candidates
with a background in speech production will also be considered. Programming
experience (C, MATLAB) is highly desired. Support is for a minimum of two
years, with future years dependent on performance and funding. The
recipient of the postion must complete all requirements for the PhD before
beginning the job. US citizenship, green card, or eligibility for
an H1 visa is necessary.

Please send resume, names of three references, and one page description of
research interests.

Address for Applications:
Vice President of Research Doug Whalen
300 George Street
Suite 900
New Haven, CT 06511
Email: whalenhaskins.yale.edu
Fax: 203-865-8963

Application Deadline: (Open until filled)
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