[Corpora-List] PhD Grants in Paris

Yonatan Ginzburg yonatan.ginzburg at paris7.jussieu.fr
Tue Dec 16 23:40:28 CET 2014


I- 3 year PhD Grants

The laboratoire de lingusitique formelle supports applications for a 3 year PhD Grant, starting september 2015. Candidates based in France are invited to contact an adviser before April 1st. International candidates, with no previous study in France or maximum 1 year, should contact a potential adviser before January 5th,

in order to apply to an international SPC Grant http://www.univ-paris-diderot.fr/sc/site.php?bc=accueil&np=pageActu&ref=6720

Laboratoire de Linguistique formelle Université Paris Diderot & CNRS www.llf.cnrs.fr

possible advisers: Anne Abeillé Sabrina Bendjaballah Olivier Bonami Berthold Crysmann Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie Carmen Dobrovie Sorin Caterina Donati Bernard Fradin Barbara Hemforth Jonathan Ginzburg Jean Lowenstamm Yannick Mathieu Lucia Tovena

II- Mobility grants for Phd Students The aim of the Laboratoire d’excellence “Empirical Foundations of Linguistics: data, methods, models” (Labex EFL) is to promote innovative and interdisciplinary research within Linguistics and related fields. Specific interest is given to empirical foundations (corpus analysis and experimental methods) of linguistic research. For the 2nd time, the Labex EFL offers mobility grants for a period of 3 months each (one university semester, Spring or Fall semester) to PhD students in linguistics and related fields.

The Labex EFL is a nine year project, funded by the French Government (ANR-10-LABX-0083). It gathers 12 research teams (Alpage, CRLAO, HTL, Lacito, Lattice, LIPN, Llacan, LLF, LPP-P3, LPP-P5, MII, Sedyl) from 5 members of Sorbonne Paris Cité University (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Université Paris Diderot, Université Paris Descartes, Université Paris 13 et Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales), in a partnership with the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (INRIA) and the French Research and Development Institute (IRD).

Up to 5 applicants will be provided a mobility grant for the academic year 2015-2016. Candidates must be PhD students from a University outside of France, working in different fields of linguistics, including but not limited to empirical and experimental linguistics, typology, field linguistics, computational linguistics, psycholinguistics. The selected candidates will receive a stipend of 4000 Euros. During their fellowship they will be hosted by one of the research units of the Labex EFL (http://www.labex-efl.org/?q=en/about/partners) and will attend research seminars at one of the partner universities. A certificate of attendance and validation of these seminars will be provided at the end of the semester.

The application file should include the following: Cover letter CV An official document certifying their enrollment in a PhD program A statement (4-5 pages) explaining their PhD project and its relevance to the research topics of the Labex EFL A letter of recommendation from their PhD supervisor A letter of invitation from a local EFL project advisor cosigned by the director of the inviting laboratory

Deadline for applications: January 15, 2015. Applications should be sent to Pollet Samvelian with Nadège Thorez in copy of the e-mail (pollet.samvelian at univ-paris3.fr and nadege.thorez at univ.paris3.fr)

The applications will be examined by the Labex EFL board of directors and the head of the training programme. Final decisions will be made by the restricted scientific council by the end of January 2015.



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