[Corpora-List] PhD position in Computational Linguistics at Charles University in Prague

Marketa Lopatkova lopatkova at ufal.mff.cuni.cz
Tue Apr 20 10:07:14 CEST 2010

=============================================================== Vacant position for PhD candidates in Computational Linguistics ===============================================================

The Charles University in Prague (CUNI) invites applications for a position as research scholar (PhD) in computational linguistics at the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics.

The 3-year position involves participation as an Early Stage Researcher in the project "Linguistic Analysis for Treebank Annotation", which is the subproject of the EU project CLARA (Common Language Resources and their Applications, Marie Curie Initial Training Network receiving funding from the European Commission's 7th Framework Programme). The overall aim of the subproject is to specify a common core of syntactic and semantic features for a range of languages (Czech, English, German, Slovak, and others). Different annotation schemes will be tested and validated by performing annotation of texts for these languages, providing as the final product annotated corpora (treebanks) for both linguistic research and statistical language learning, as well as creating NLP tools (i.e., tools for automatic syntactic and semantic analysis).

Application deadline: April 25, 2010 Duration: 3 years (starting from September 1, 2010) Notification: May/June 2010

Further information, criteria for applicants and how to apply: https://clara.uib.no/vacancies/esr-position-at-cuni/

For further information about the available position, the project and for other practical information, please contact Dr. Marketa Lopatkova, lopatkova at ufal.mff.cuni.cz. See also the web page of the institute: http://ufal.mff.cuni.cz/.

=========================================== RNDr. Marketa Lopatkova, Ph.D. Charles University in Prague Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics

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