The group has many opportunities for people interested in getting involved in Natural Language Processing research.
We currently have the below vacancies available in the group
For more information and for applications: Search and apply for jobs using reference number UOS006366.
For more information and for applications: Search and apply for jobs using reference number UOS006365.
All the above are advertised on the University's job site and relevant email distribution lists.
Closing date: open until filled, but we are looking to interview candidates early May 2013.
To apply, use the University's online application form and provide the name of project PI (Lucia Specia) when asked to name a supervisor. Please also send an email with your CV to me. Check the advert.
Closing date: 31 May 2013.
To apply, use the University's online application form and provide the name of project PI (Kalina Bontcheva) when asked to name a supervisor. Please also send an email with your CV to me. Check the advert.
We are interested in hearing from students interesting in studying PhDs in topics related to Natural Language Processing. Some suggestions for potential topics can be found on the homepages of individual academics - Dr Trevor Cohn, Prof. Rob Gaizauskas, Dr Mark Hepple, Dr Mark Stevenson & Dr Lucia Specia.
PhD applications shoud be made through the Computer Science Department.
Undergraduate and Masters
Together with the Speech and Hearing research group, we offer an MSc course in Computer Science with Speech and Language Processing that covers a wide range of topics in Natural Language Processing and Speech Processing.
Members of the group teach modules relevant to Natural Language Processing, including Text Processing, Natural Language Processing and Introduction to Machine Learning. These modules are offerred at both the senior undergraduate and MSc level. In addition members of the group offer both group and individual projects on NLP-related topics.
Scientists from other universities or industrial research labs who wish to visit on sabbatical or to carry out collaborative research are always welcome. While we cannot offer financial support for such visits, visitors who have the support of their home institution or government can usually be accomodated and given access to our research facilities.