Computational Linguistics: Embodied Semantics: Doctoral/Postdoctoral Position Available at Bremen University, Germany.
As part of the subproject P01 “Embodied semantics for the language of action and change” of the EASE (Everyday Activities and Science Engineering – https://ease-crc.org/) Collaborative Research Center, a full-time doctoral or postdoctoral research position is available at Bremen University until June 2025 to work on combining natural language semantics with simulation. Simulation is now widely accepted as playing a key role in the comprehension of natural language utterances and the successful applicant will have the opportunity to work on this exciting area within the diverse and vibrant interdiscipinary context of the EASE research center. Ideally applicants should be familiar with approaches to natural language semantics in computational linguistics or simulation or both. Interested applicants are invited to send the usual documents (letter of intent, CV, qualifications, etc.) by email to Prof. John Bateman (email@example.com), quoting the Bremen University position reference A168/21. The position is to be filled as soon as possible.