University of Passau is Looking for a Chair of Multilingual Computational Linguistics (W3)

Submitted by Linda Stokman on 3 March 2021

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Passau invites applications for the tenured civil-service post of:

Chair of Multilingual Computational Linguistics (W3)

This post is available to start immediately.

The University of Passau is seeking an expert of international renown to represent the subject of multilingual computational linguistics with a focus on automated language processing methods in teaching and research.

Candidates must have rigorous knowledge of the core computational linguistics concepts of several sub-areas (including lexis, morphology, syntax, discourse linguistics, pragmatics, language technology and machine learning) and be familiar with various methodological approaches and their application in multilingual contexts. A willingness to develop and apply theories, methods and technologies in the service of cultural sustainability and linguistic ecology is expected.

The multilingual computational linguistics chair to be established should take as its object of analysis and comparison different European national languages and variants thereof. Relevant teaching experience is required.

To be considered, your application must reach the University by 28 March 2021.

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