LINGUIST List 23.809

Fri Feb 17 2012

Jobs: NLP: Research Scientist, Language Computer Corporation

Editor for this issue: Christy Bird <>

Date: 16-Feb-2012
From: Jesse Plymale <>
Subject: Natural Language Processing: Research Scientist, Language Computer Corporation, Texas, USA
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University or Organization: Language Computer Corporation Job Location: Texas, USA Web Address:
Job Rank: Researcher

Specialty Areas: Natural Language Processing


We are seeking a Ph.D-level research scientist for R&D in natural languageprocessing and retrieval. Successful candidate will manage all aspects ofresearch including proposal writing, conducting novel research, reporting,presenting, and publishing. Candidate will also work with a team ofresearchers and engineers to improve existing products and develop brandnew technologies.

Requirements:- Ph.D in NLP or a related discipline, such as computational linguistics,machine learning, or artificial intelligence- Track record of relevant publications in peer-reviewed conferences andjournals- Knowledge of state-of-the-art methods coupled with the creativity andintelligence to advance it- Leadership abilities necessary to head projects- Strong programming skills

Desirable Qualities:- BS or MS in Computer Science- Industry R&D experience- Expertise in Machine Learning and Bayesian modeling- Experience programming in the Java platform

Language Computer Corporation (LCC) is a privately-owned company committedto the development of next-generation natural language processingtechnologies. Since our founding in 1995, we've provided both governmentand commercial customers with intelligent, semantically-informed search anddiscovery software. We unlock value by creating tools that actuallyunderstand the information in large collections of text.

Please submit your resume and a 1 page statement detailing the advances youhave made to your field.

Application Deadline: (Open until filled)
Email Address for Applications: Contact Information:
Jesse Plymale Email:

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