The Department of Linguistics at the University of Tübingen, Germanyinvites applications for a PhD (or Postdoc) position in the group ofProf. Dr. Detmar Meurers: http://sfs.uni-tuebingen.de/en/tcl
This is a university position, with an initial period of appointmentof three years, with the possibility of renewal for another three years. The position involves independent research and teaching (2hrs/week during the semester) and related departmental duties. The degree programs in computational linguistics are taught in English, so knowledge of German is not a prerequisite. The position is at the rank of Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (German scale TV-L E13 50% = 19.75hrs/week), for which salary starts at € 22.000 per year, increasingwith experience and marital status.
Ideal candidates have an excellent Master's degree in Computational Linguistics or a related field and link to the strengths of the group and the excellent research context in Tübingen. Candidates with an interdisciplinary interest in Second Language Learning, Education, or Psychology are particularly encouraged to apply and may be associated with the Excellence Initiative LEAD graduate school in Empirical Educational Science: http://purl.org/lead/4
Applications should include:-
Cover letter spelling out research experience & interest in position
- Academic CV
- Copy of MA degree and transcript
- Names and emails of two referees
Send applications by email as a single pdf attachment to:
Lisa Becker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For questions, please email Detmar Meurers <email@example.com>
Applications received by December 22, 2015 will receive fullconsideration, although interviews may start at any time and will continue until the position has been filled.
The University of Tübingen is an equal opportunity employer regarding professional opportunities for women and men. Equally qualified candidates with physical challenges will be given preference. Employment will be conducted by the central university administration. The NLP CALL list is housed at the University of Waterloo (Canada) and administrated by Mat Schulze (mschulze ä uwaterloo.ca). See http://artsservices.uwaterloo.ca/mailman/listinfo/nlp call for more information.