We’re hiring academic assistants!
Are you a Master Student in AI, Computer Science, Linguistics or Communication Science?
Do you want to get paid for working in an exciting research project that combines research strengths from different disciplines?
We are currently looking for student assistants for three interdisciplinary projects involving computational linguistics, computer science, communication science and history. Positions are for 1 day per week during the academic year 2014-2015.
- Mining Causal Graphs From Patient Records: analyzing patient records to model medical practitioners’ actions to check whether clinical guidelines are in step with the ‘real world’
- Political Discourse and the News: compare politicians, topics and opinions in parliamentary data and how they are presented in the media.
- Time will tell a different story: identify how opinions and perspectives change over time by analyzing historic data.
More information on the projects can be found on their individual websites.
How to Apply
- Students with background in Computer Science or Linguistics and interest in NLP can apply to all three projects.
- Knowledge representation and reasoning students should apply to Mining Causal Graphs From Patient Records
- Communication science students can apply to Political Discourse and the News
Information on how to apply for individual projects can be found on the projects’ websites.
If you want to apply for more than one project, please send an email to the project managers  <firstname.lastname@example.org>, listing:
– your undergraduate degree,
– the master courses you have taken and intend to take,
– a list of your grades,
– a brief motivation, indicating preference for a particular project (if any)
– an indication of your availability (starting date).
- Antske Fokkens
- Laura Hollink
- Annette Ten Teije
- Serge Ter Braake
- Wouter Van Atteveldt
- Marieke Van Erp