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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Postdoctoral position in Language Technology at Goteborg

Postdoctoral position at
the Centre for Language Technology

CLT Gteborg  announces one nine-month full-time
postdoctoral research position. Applicants should have completed a PhD
before the application deadline and within five years of that date.
The start date is negotiable but should be during the autumn of 2007 or early 2008.
The deadline for applications is *20th May* (midnight Swedish time).

The Centre for Language Technology is a collaboration between
researchers at Gteborg University, Chalmers University of Technology
and the IT University of Gteborg with the following contributing
departments: Computer Science and Engineering, Linguistics,
Philosophy, and Swedish Language. The successful candidate will be
placed in one of these departments. In addition to research,
some teaching duties may be included.

Applications for this position should be made electronically on
 where you will be asked for

a project description (8--10pp) describing a project which can be
conducted feasibly within the nine months allocated to the
appointment. The description should make clear how the research
relates to CLT's research programme

a CV

a copy of the degree certificate

a complete list of publications

up to 10 publications relevant to your application

(If documents are not available electronically they may be sent by
ordinary mail. Instructions appear on the website.)

Inquiries can be directed to 

Lars Borin