The successful candidate will engage in cutting-edge research in the
area of Digital Humanities. In particular, the candidate will
contribute to the development of language technology tools for the
lemmatization and morphosyntactic analysis of medieval texts from
Denmark, both in Danish and Latin. Furthermore s/he will engage in the
application of machine learning to the task of automatic dating and
localization of the same texts using existing linguistic annotations
as well as visual features. The candidate will work in close
collaboration not only with computational linguists from CST, but also
with experts in manuscript studies and philology (including digital
More detail on the project and how to apply for the position can be
University of Copenhagen
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About University of Copenhagen
With over 40,000 students and more than 9,000 employees, the University of Copenhagen is one of the largest institutions of research and education in the Nordic countries.
With its more than 525 years, the University of Copenhagen is one of the oldest universities in Northern Europe. Being the largest institution of education and research in Denmark, the University has gone through numerous changes through the ages.
The University of Copenhagen was inaugurated on 1 June 1479, after King Christian I was granted approval for its establishment by Pope Sixtus IV. Based on a German model, the university consisted of four faculties: Theology, Law, Medicine and Philosophy.