Overview

Multiple positions are available in the research areas of grammatical error
correction and statistical machine translation. The initial appointment is
for a period of one year, with possible extension subject to research
funding availability. The candidates will join at the rank of Research
Assistant, at a starting monthly salary of around S$3,400, depending on
qualifications and experience.

Company:

National University of Singapore

Qualifications:

A candidate should possess a good honors
degree or equivalent in computer science or a related discipline. Strong
programming skills and good command of English (both spoken and written) are
required. Candidates interested in pursuing research leading to a PhD degree
in computer science at NUS with specialization in natural language
processing are preferred.

Language requirements:

good command of English (both spoken and written) is required

Educational level:

Master Degree

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About National University of Singapore

A leading global university centred in Asia, the National University of Singapore (NUS) is Singapore's flagship university which offers a global approach to education and research with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise.

Its 16 faculties and schools located in three campus locations – Kent Ridge, Bukit Timah and Outram - provide a broad-based curriculum underscored by multidisciplinary courses and cross-faculty enrichment. The University also offers programmes such as student exchange, entrepreneurial internships at seven NUS Overseas Colleges, and over 70 double degree, joint degree and concurrent degree programmes with some of the world’s top universities. In 2012, NUS is ranked 23rd in the World Reputation Rankings published by the Times Higher Education.

Known as a research-intensive university, NUS has three Research Centres of Excellence (RCE) and 22 university-level research institutes and centres.