[Elsnet-list] Brighton, UK: PhD studentships in Natural Language Technology - deadline 15 June

R.P.Evans at brighton.ac.uk R.P.Evans at brighton.ac.uk
Tue Jun 12 11:18:47 CEST 2007

EPSRC-funded PhD studentships in Natural Language Technology
School of Computing, Mathematics and Information Sciences
University of Brighton

Applications are invited for a three-year EPSRC-funded PhD studentship 
in Natural Language Technology at the University of Brighton, available 
from October 2007.

The Natural Language Technology Group (NLTG) in the School of Computing, 
Mathematics and Information Sciences (CMIS) has funding to support 
students interested in pursuing research in natural language technology 
to PhD level. You must have a good honours degree (2.1 or first) and 
ideally a masters (MSc/MA) or equivalent in computer science, 
computational linguistics, linguistics or a related discipline. Your 
application should include an indication of a possible topic or area in 
natural language technology research that you are interested in. You may 
also include a more detailed project proposal if you wish. Example areas 
(with possible supervisors) that we would particularly welcome include:

- Statistical approaches to language generation(Belz, Langkilde-Geary)
- Inheritance-based statistical languagemodelling (Evans)
- Lexical knowledge representation (Evans,Cahill)
- Analysing the subjective content of text(Genereux, Evans)

This is not an exhaustive list - if you have other ideas or have any 
other academic enquiries, please contact Dr Roger Evans 
(R.P.Evans at brighton.ac.uk) to discuss them. For further information 
about this studentship, the Natural Language Technology Group and 
Computing at the University of Brighton, see 

Studentship details and eligibility

An EPSRC studentship has two components: payment of fees to the 
university and payment of a stipend (a grant for living expenses) to the 
student (for three years - the 2007/08 rate is £12,600 per year). If you 
have been resident in the UK for three years when you apply, you will be 
normally eligible for both components. If not, please check on our 
website for further information about eligibility.


For full details of the application process and forms, please see 
Applications may be made directly to the CMIS research administrator, 
Sam Eden-Green: S.A.Eden-Green at brighton.ac.uk.

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 15 June 2007.

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