Author at Research Group in Computational Linguistics The Research Group in Computational Linguistics invites applications for TWO 3 year PhD studentships in the area of translation technology.
These two PhD studentships are part of a university investment which also includes the appointment of a reader (the equivalent of associate professor) and a research fellow with the aim to strengthen the existing research undertaken all black oakleys by members of the group in this area. These funded student bursaries consist of a cheap sunglasses outlet stipend towards living expenses (14,500 per year) and remission of fees. The purpose of these posts is to strengthen the research group by enhancing its research and publications in the field of translation technology. The appointed candidates will be expected to produce REF returnable outputs, attract external income, seek industrial collaborations, teach at Masters level and supervise PhD students. The successfully completed FIRST project has developed various components which help users to analyse the complexity of texts and rewrite texts in order to make them more accessible for readers with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). These components were integrated in the OpenBook tool, but they cannot be used in isolation. In an attempt to make some of this technology available for other researchers, we started a process of releasing some of the components individually.
The first component to be released as a web demo is the syntactic AboutThe Research Group in Computational Linguistics (RGCL) at the University of Wolverhampton was founded by Prof. Ruslan Mitkov in 1998 and is one of the leading research institutes in the UK. The group is well known for its high level research with oakley splinter strong international and inter sector collaboration, and is renowned for its innovative NLP research and development of various NLP oakley glasses blue tools and resources.
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