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Thu Oct 19 2006
Jobs: Cognitive Science/Comp Ling: Lecturer/Researcher, U of Osnabrueck
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Cognitive Science/Computational Linguistics: Lecturer/Researcher, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
Message 1: Cognitive Science/Computational Linguistics: Lecturer/Researcher, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
From: Peter Bosch <pboschuos.de>
Subject: Cognitive Science/Computational Linguistics: Lecturer/Researcher, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
University or Organization: University of Osnabrueck
Department: Cognitive Science
Web Address: http://www.cogsci.uni-osnabrueck.de/
Job Rank: Lecturer/Researcher
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics
The Research Group for Computational Linguistics and Cognitive Science at
the Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrueck, Germany has a
vacancy for the position of a Lecturer/Researcher in Computational
Linguistics (Salary level according to BAT IIa/TV-L) to be filled by 1st
March, 2007 for a period of three years.
The position involves teaching (usually 4 hours/week) Cognitive Science
courses at BSc and MSc level with an emphasis on Computational Linguistics
as well as research in one or more of the research areas of the
Computational Linguistics Group (context-dependence, semantics-pragmatics
interface, information structure / discourse structure, event semantics,
lexical semantics, human language processing; for details see:
http://www.cogsci.uni-osnabrueck.de/~CL/). The position also involves
participation in committee work as well as administrational tasks.
Candidates are expected to have a university degree (at the level of a
Master or PhD) in Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, or a closely
related discipline (e.g. Artificial Intelligence or Psycholinguistics) with
very good knowledge of Linguistics. Candidates are also expected to have a
good research record in one or more of the relevant areas as well as a
clear interest in interdisciplinary work in Cognitive Science. Good
knowledge of English is required, as all teaching is conducted in English.
There is the possibility of integrating the research tasks of this position
with the work for further academic qualifications.
The University of Osnabrück strives for an increase in the number of women
in academic employment. Women are therefore especially encouraged to apply
and will be preferred under the condition of equal qualification. Also
disabled candidates are given a preference, provided equal qualification.
There is an option for part time employment, which will be dealt with on an
Applications with the usual documentation should be submitted to Professor
Peter Bosch, the Director of the Institute of Cognitive Science, with
reference made to 'Computational Linguistics'.
Address for Applications:
Professor Peter Bosch
University of Osnabrueck
Inst. of Cognitive Science
Application Deadline: 20-Nov-2006
Professor Peter Bosch
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