for a COMPUTER SCIENTIST / COMPUTATIONAL LINGUIST.
The successful applicant will be working on the digital text analysis project OPATCH (Open Platform for Access to and Analysis of Textual Documents of Cultural Heritage) and become active part of the Institute's language technologies research group.
Applications should be sent to communication.multilingualism at eurac.edu within September 30th, 2013.
Further information on the position are available here: http://www.eurac.edu/en/research/institutes/multilingualism/Jobs/ComputerScientistComputationalLinguist_01.08.2013.html
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