Institute for Natural Language Processing, University of Stuttgart and Computer Science Department, University of Stuttgart
The Institute for Natural Language Processing (IfNLP) and the Computer Science Department of the University of Stuttgart, Germany, invite applications for three PhD positions.
IfNLP is one of the leading NLP research institutions worldwide with four professors in different areas of NLP, a research staff of 40 and an undergraduate program in NLP. We offer the opportunity to work on cutting-edge research projects in a dynamic and international research team and up-to-date infrastructure and resources.
3 PhD positions are available immediately in two different projects funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
SEMISUPERVISED COREFERENCE RESOLUTION 2 PhD positions Supervisors: Profs. Gunther Heidemann, Hans Kamp, and Hinrich Schuetze
This project will develop interactive visualization methods for the semi-supervised annotation of large amounts of training data for statistical coreference resolution.
INTERACTIVE VISUAL ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX INFORMATION SPACES 1 PhD position Supervisor: Prof. Hinrich Schuetze
This project will integrate statistical NLP and user-tailored interactive visual exploration methods and apply them to the analysis of patents.
Candidates should have an excellent university degree in a relevant field of study such as computational linguistics or computer science.
To apply, send your CV in PDF format to sabine (at) ims.uni-stuttgart.de by May 15, 2009. Please use the subject line "PhD positions". You should also provide two references.
The University of Stuttgart is committed to increasing the proportion of women in research and teaching. Qualified women are encouraged to apply.
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