EPSRC Studentship Available in South Asian Computer Corpus Linguistics
Applications are invited for a three year PhD studentship in the Department of
Linguistics and Modern English Language, Lancaster University funded by the
EPSRC. The studentship covers fees and a provides a cost of living stipend (see
www.epsrc.ac.uk for more details).
The student will research in an area which supports the EMILLE project (see
www.emille.lancs.ac.uk). The precise research area is open to negotiation,
though a focus on natural language processing is expected. EPSRC studentships
are open to UK nationals only (though fees only awards are possible for
Preference will be given to candidates fluent in one or more of the following
languages: Bangla, Gujarati, Hindi, Panjabi, Sinhalese or Tamil. An ability to
program will be seen as an advantage.
For further details contact Tony McEnery (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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