The University of Manchester invites applications for a Research Fellow in Natural Language Processing and Text Mining to increase its capacity in Natural Language Processing and Text Mining, which is available immediately for an initial 5 year period leading to an open-ended academic position.

The Research Fellow will further strengthen the research profile of the text mining research group at the University of Manchester and the National Centre for Text Mining. We are looking for an outstanding candidate that has a vision for making a significant impact on natural language processing, text mining research and its applications. The Fellow will be part of the Discovering Safety Programme project funded by Lloyds Register Foundation in collaboration with the Health and Safety Executive. This post is one of the key first posts to be appointed in the Thomas Ashton Institute for Risk and Regulatory Research.

You will join the vibrant research environment of the Text Mining research group at the School of Computer Science and will be a member of the National Centre for Text Mining, which is developing cross cutting and innovative approaches for text mining applications using NLP and machine learning.

As a member of the Thomas Ashton Institute, the Fellow will join, and help establish, a multidisciplinary centre of excellence and expertise, which offers an exciting opportunity for ground breaking and excellent research to inform both government regulatory regimes and industry practice.


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