Ireland: Post-Doctoral & PhD Resarch Positions

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Localisation is the adaptation of digital content to culture, locale and
linguistic environment. The Centre for Next Generation Localisation (CNGL)
is a large Academia-Industry partnership, funded by Science Foundation Ireland
and Industry Partners, with over 100 researchers developing novel technologies
addressing the key localisation challenges of volume, access and personalisation.

The major research strands within the CNGL are Integrated Language Technologies
(ILT), Digital Content Management (DCM), Localisation Technologies and Processes
(LOC) and Systems Framework (SF). We are currently recruiting:

Post-Doctoral Research Positions:

3 Post-Doctoral Positions in ILT (MT, NLP)

1 Post-Doctoral Position in DCM (Ontology Induction)

3 Post-Doctoral Positions in LOC (Workflow, Translation, Multilingual Content)

Post-Doctoral positions are for 3 years (1 year contract initially). Salary:
€38,623-45,401 per annum (depending on experience). Starting dates: now
? November 2008.

PhD Studentship Research Positions:

5 PhD Studentships in ILT (MT, NLP)
5 PhD Studentships in DCM (IR/IE, QA, Ontology Induction)

8 PhD Studentships in LOC (Workflow, Translation, Multilingual Content)

PhD positions are typically for 4 years. Stipend: €16,000 (tax free) plus
payment of registration fees. Starting dates: now ? November 2008.

CNGL provides state-of-the-art research facilities and supports travel to
present at conferences. Please visit for
more detailed information on each position.

The successful candidates will join well established research groups at Dublin
City University, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin and University
of Limerick, Ireland.

Deadline for applications: 31st August 2008

To apply send CV and contact details of 2 referees to quoting
the appropriate reference (see Please
also use for informal inquiries.

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