Overview

The Natural Language Processing group in the School of Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore has two open positions for research associate in the areas of natural language processing (NLP) and ontology engineering as follows:

1) One research associate (RA) position is funded by Rolls-Royce, and aims at developing novel methods for text mining from speech recognition results, and semantic indexing and search and the development of prototypes demonstrating the successful application of the research. It involves applying scientific, technical and software engineering skills to conduct research on text mining in collaboration with the speech recognition group at NTU.

2) The other RA position aims at developing new clinical NLP applications for electronic medical records (EMRs) of Singapore hospitals, dealing with such issues as syntactic/semantic parser adaptation for the Singaporean EMRs and semantic similarity measurement. It involves applying scientific, technical and software engineering skills to conduct research on natural language processing, ontology engineering, and/or clinical informatics.

Company:

Nanyang Technological University

Qualifications:

Master degree in Computational Linguistics, Computer Science, or a related discipline with specialization in natural language processing, ontology engineering, and/or clinical informatics. Independent research experiences are expected.

Educational level:

Master Degree

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About Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Young and research-intensive, Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) is the fastest-rising university in the world’s Top 50 and ranked 39th globally. NTU is also placed 1st amongst the world’s best young universities.

NTU offers engineering, science, business, humanities, arts and social sciences, and medicine. Its new medical school, the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, is set up jointly with Imperial College London.

With 400 partnerships including joint PhD programmes with top academic institutions and joint laboratories with industry leaders such as BMW, Rolls-Royce and Robert Bosch, NTU is also ranked No. 1 globally for industry income and innovation.

Helmed by Professor Bertil Andersson, winner of the 2010 Wilhelm Exner Medal, NTU is known for its cutting-edge research and revolutionary technological innovation. NTU is the No. 1 Asian university in terms of research citation impact (Thomson Reuters Incites 2012).

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