The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at the University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology announces two Postdoc positions within the research project Reliable Multilingual Digital Communication: Methods and Applications (REMU) funded by the Swedish Research Council(Vetenskapsrådet).
More info and online application:
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering announces two positions as PhD student within the research project Reliable Multilingual Digital Communication: Methods and Applications (REMU) funded by the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet).
More information, and online application:
Deadline for application for PhD student positions at the Faculty of Arts is on March 25th!
Possible positions available in Language Technology at the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science and in Natural Language Processing at the Department of Swedish.
More information at the lab pages:
See the Faculty of Arts news for a short piece (in Swedish) on the testing of our new equipment in the Dialogue Technology Lab.
More about the project, Safe In-vehicle Multimodal Speech Interfaces
Announcement: 2 PhD positions in computational linguistics at the Department of linguistics and philology, Uppsala University
Application no later than 2013-01-21. UFV-PA 2012/1328. Starting in 2013.
More information: http://www.uu.se/jobb/phd-students/annonsvisning?tarContentId=222147
The Department of linguistics and philology hereby announces positions for up to two doctoral students in computational linguistics. Applicants are primarily expected to propose PhD projects related to one of the three research areas currently prioritized by the computational linguistics group at the department: (1) syntactic parsing, (2) machine translation and (3) computational linguistics for the humanities.
Research and teaching at the Department of linguistics and philology covers approx. twenty different languages and linguistic subjects as well as computational linguistics. These include many of the important languages and cultures in the Middle East, to which can be added Hindi, Swahili, Chinese, Ancient Greek and Latin. Comparative Indo-European linguistics and general linguistics are also part of the department.
Application for admission to postgraduate studies at the Department of linguistics and philology has to be made on the form provided. For information about admission, forms etc. see the website of the Faculty of languages, http://www.sprakvet.uu.se/Forskning/Forskarutbildning.
Please make sure that you meet both the general and the subject-specific qualifications for doctoral education. At the faculty website you will also find guidelines for application to postgraduate studies. Knowledge of Swedish is not required for the position.
More information about the PhD programme at the department can be found on the following website: http://www.lingfil.uu.se/utb/fu (see English version).
Rules and regulations for the PhD study programme are found in the “Act of higher education”(Högskoleförordningen, 6 kap, §§ 25-36) and in rules and regulations of Uppsala university (http://regler.uu.se).
The salary is according to the guidelines of Uppsala university and is not negotiable.
For more information, please contact Jörg Tiedemann (Jorg.Tiedemann@lingfil.uu.se, tel +46 (0)18-471 1412), Mats Eskhult (Mats.Eskhult@lingfil.uu.se, tel +46 (0)18-471 7379) or Lars Hagborg (Lars.Hagborg@uadm.uu.se, tel +46 (0)18-471 1907).
Union representatives are Anders Grundström, Saco-rådet (tel +46 (0)18-471 5380), Carin Söderhäll, TCO/ST (tel +46 (0)18-471 1996) and Stefan Djurström, Seko (tel +46 (0)18-471 3315).
The deadline for applications is 21 January 2013 at latest, UFV-PA 2012/1328.
Use the link below to access the application form:
The Department of Swedish, University of Gothenburg, announces a fully funded four-year PhD position for graduate studies in natural language processing. The PhD work will be conducted in the Swedish FrameNet++ project (funded by the Swedish Research Council and the University of Gothenburg; see www.sprakbanken.gu.se/swe/swefn).
For more information and on-line application, see:
Application deadline: 11 November.
Raquel Fernandez is Assistant Professor (UD) in Dialogue Modelling at the Institute for Logic, Language & Computation (ILLC), University of Amsterdam. Her research is mostly concerned with the semantics and pragmatics of linguistic interaction.
Web page: http://staff.science.uva.nl/~raquel/
Raquel will have a CLT seminar 29th May 10-12, and a seminar in the series "Semantics in context", prelinimary 24th May 10-12. More information about this later.
CLT/Gothenburg has been chosen by the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Lingustics to organize the conference EACL2014.
Much more information will follow in due time, see the dedicated we page: http://eacl2014.org/
The local arrangements team is chaired by Lars Borin and Aarne Ranta.
Read about CLT researchers in GU Holding's Forskare & företag 2012:
Sofie Johansson Kokkinakis and Katarina Mühlenbock
Staffan Larsson and Fredrik Kronlid (Talkamatic)
Shalom Lappin, Professor of Computational Linguistics, King's College London is visiting the Dialogue Technology Lab from 16th April to 11th May. During his stay he will be giving a lecture course, Computational Learning Theory and Language Acquisition. The course will meet
Tues, 17th April, 10-12
Tues, 24th April, 10-12
Fri, 4th May, 13-15
Tues, 8th May, 10-12
in T126 (the Dialogue Lab), FLoV, Olof Wijksgatan 6. Graduate students who wish to take the course for credit should contact Robin Cooper, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shalom will also hold a CLT seminar on 26th April.