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Tue Jul 27 2010
Jobs: Comp Ling; Text Classification: Post Doc, Trinity College Dublin
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Computational Linguistics; Text Classification: Post Doc, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Message 1: Computational Linguistics; Text Classification: Post Doc, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
From: Carl Vogel <vogelcs.tcd.ie>
Subject: Computational Linguistics; Text Classification: Post Doc, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
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University or Organization: Trinity College Dublin
Department: School of Computer Science and Statistics
Job Location: Dublin, Ireland
Web Address: http://www.cngl.ie
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Text Classification
[Apologies for Multiple Postings; Please pass on to colleagues and students
Please note that this position is distinct from another very recently
advertized computational linguistics position at TCD on outlook analysis.
Post-doctoral position in Text Classification and Automatic Labelling
The Computational Linguistics Group at Trinity College Dublin is looking
for applications for ONE Postdoctoral position in the area of text
classification and automatic labelling of text streams.
The position is part of a large research project 'Next Generation
Localisation' (CNGL) involving a consortium of leading Irish Universities
(DCU, TCD, UCD and UL) and Industry Partners, funded by the Science
Foundation Ireland (SFI). The project focuses on Language Technology and
Digital Content Management in Localisation. Localisation is the
industrial-scale adaptation of digital content to domain, culture and
language. Successful candidates will join a team of Postdoctoral
researchers, PhD students and research advisors from academia and industry.
Details of the advertised posts are as follows:
POSTDOC.ILT3: Postdoctoral Position in 'Text Categorisation'
- Description: The successful candidate will research and develop
algorithms for automatic annotation of localisation metadata, and
multilingual text type and genre classification. Candidates must have a
strong background and research record in machine learning and
data-intensive natural language processing, as well as good programming skills.
- Starting date: 3rd quarter 2010
- Duration: 12-18 months.
- Salary: Approx. 38,000-44,000 Euro per annum depending on
experience and qualifications.
For further details, please contact Martin Emms (mtemmstcd.ie) Carl Vogel
(vogelcs.tcd.ie). To apply, please email a CV and contact details for two
references by August 31, 2010 to Jean.Maypothercs.tcd.ie. Please include
the job reference ('POSTDOC.ILT3') in the subject line of all email
See http://www.cngl.ie for details on the broader goals of the project.
While the deadline is August 31, 2010, applications will be considered
until the position is filled.
Application Deadline: 31-Aug-2010
Email Address for Applications: Jean.Maypothercs.tcd.ie
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