research opportunity at XRCE, Grenoble

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Andreas Eisele (Andreas.Eisele@xrce.xerox.com)
Wed, 15 Jul 1998 11:03:01 +0200


Apologies for cross-posting... ************************************* * LCG TMR Network * * Learning Computational Grammars * * * ************************************* **************************************************************************** * PRE/POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY AT XEROX RESEARCH CENTRE, GRENOBLE * **************************************************************************** LCG (Learning Computational Grammars) is a research network funded by the EC Training and Mobility of Researchers programme (TMR). The LCG network involves seven European partners. The research goal of the network is to use machine learning techniques to extend a variety of computational grammars. The particular focus of XRCE's research will be on the integration of explicit grammatical knowledge with example-based evidence, such as a set of stored analyses in data oriented parsing, for example. See http://www.let.rug.nl/~nerbonne/tmr/lcg.html for more details. Up to three years of pre- or postdoctoral funding are available at XRCE, starting immediately. The ideal candidate will have research experience or strong interest in NLP and machine learning (including statistical techniques). As the funding is provided by the EU Training and Mobility of researchers programme there are some restrictions on who may benefit from it: * Candidates must be aged 35 or younger * Candidates must be Nationals of an EU country, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland or Israel * Candidates must have studied or be studying for a Doctoral Degree * Candidates cannot be French Nationals * Candidates cannot have worked in France more than 18 of the last 24 months If you are interested and eligible, e-mail your CV and the names and addresses of two referees to the address below. Your CV should include a list of recent publications. Please also outline in 2-3 pages your interest in LCG, how it is related to work you have done, and any special expertise you bring to the problem. --------------------------------------------- Andreas Eisele Andreas.Eisele@xrce.xerox.com Multilingual Theory and Technology Xerox Research Centre Europe Phone: +33 (0)4 76 61 50 86 6 chemin de Maupertuis Fax: +33 (0)4 76 61 50 99 F-38240 Meylan, France URL: http://www.xrce.xerox.com


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