Overview

The Department of Linguistics at Stockholm University is looking for a
new PhD candidate in the area of computational linguistics/natural
language processing. The position is fully funded for 4 years. Extension up to one
year is possible if the candidate performs teaching or other duties at
the department, and further extension is granted in case of parental or
sick leave.

The choice of thesis topic is not restricted to a particular project,
but should be aligned with the research profile of the department.
Possible topics include multilingual NLP methods, machine translation,
or computational methods for other areas of research at the department
(language acquisition, linguistic typology, phonetics, sign language).

Company:

Stockholm University

Qualifications:

N/A

Specific requirements:

The position is fully funded for 4 years.

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About Stockholm University

Stockholm University is one of the 100 highest ranked universities in the world and Sweden’s largest institution for higher education with leading international and national research in a wide variety of fields. More than 70 000 students are currently studying here and we offer 75 master’s programmes taught in English within science, the humanities, social sciences and law.

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