Ireland: 18 PhD Studentships and 7 Postdoc Positions

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Deadline: 31 Aug 2008


Deadline: 31 Aug 2008

Number of  PhD Studentships and Postdoc Positions are available at the Centre for
Next Generation Localisation (CNGL), Ireland. 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) 
  • Systems Framework (SF)

Available Positions

  • 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).

  • 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.

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

Applications and Further Information

  • Deadline for applications: 31st August 2008
  • To apply send CV and contact details of 2 referees to


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    quoting the appropriate reference

  • Please visit for more detailed information on each position.    


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