Overview

The Statistical Natural Language Processing Lab at the Department of Computational Linguistics at Heidelberg University (http://www.cl.uni-heidelberg.de/statnlpgroup/), led by Prof. Stefan Riezler, invites applications for a fully funded Postdoc position. The position is situated in a research project on bandit/reinforcement learning for spoken language translation, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Furthermore, it is highly recommended that the Postdoc candidate contributes to the lab and the study program by regularily teaching in our Computational Linguistics program. The appointment is for up to three years and starts at the earliest convenience in 2018. Payment is according to the German TV-L 13 scale (http://www.dfg.de/formulare/60_12/60_12_en.pdf)

Company:

Heidelberg University

Qualifications:

Applicants should
1. hold a PhD in Computational Linguistics, Computer Science or a related field;
2. have a proven record of excellence in research in the fields of machine learning and/or machine translation;
3. have strong programming skills;
4. have experience in large-scale experimentation;

Language requirements:

5. have good communication skills in English, both oral and written.

Educational level:

Ph. D.

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About University of Heidelberg

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