The Natural Language Processing Group at the National University of
Singapore invites applications for multiple Research Assistant and
Research Fellow positions in the Department of Computer Science, School
of Computing (SoC), in the research areas of conversational question
answering, grammatical error correction, medical text mining, and
natural language processing for low-resource languages. The initial
appointment is for a period of one year, with possible extension subject
to research funding availability. The candidate will join at the rank of
Research Assistant or Research Fellow, depending on qualifications and


National University of Singapore


For the research fellow position, the candidate should possess a PhD
degree in computer science or a related discipline, and a strong
publication record in natural language processing, deep learning, or
related areas. Strong programming skills and good command of English
(both spoken and written) are also required.

Language requirements:

good command of English (both spoken and written)

Educational level:

Master Degree

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