Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam
|Job category||Graduate Fellowship / Fixed term|
|AOS||Philosophy of information (logic, mathematics, computer science, linguistics, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, musicology and philosophy)|
Philosophy of Language
Philosophy of Mind
Philosophy of Cognitive Science
|AOC||philosophy of language|
|Location||Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands|
|Application deadline||Monday, January 14 2013 (local time)|
|Start date||1st September 2013|
The Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) currently has a PhD fellowship available at the Faculty of Humanities starting on 1st September 2013. Applications are now invited from excellent candidates wishing to conduct research in an area in which either the Logic and Language group or the Language and Computation group at ILLC are active.
Research at ILLC
The Institute for Logic, Language and Computation is a research institute at the University of Amsterdam, in which researchers from the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Humanities collaborate. Its central research area is the study of fundamental principles of encoding, transmission and comprehension of information. Research at ILLC is interdisciplinary, and aims at bringing together insights from various disciplines concerned with information and information processing, such as logic, mathematics, computer science, linguistics, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, musicology and philosophy. Research is organized in three research groups: Logic and Computation (LoCo), Logic and Language (LoLa) and Language and Computation (LaCo). For an overview of the research being carried out in the different groups, please have a look at "Research at ILLC" (link below). For the research carried out by the individual staff members of ILLC, see "People at ILLC" (link below) and check their personal webpages.
Research at ILLC: http://www.illc.uva.nl/Research/Programmes/
The PhD candidate will be appointed at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam. The appointment is for 4 years for 0,8 fte under de terms of the employment currently valid for the Faculty. In the first instance, a contract will be given for 16 months, with an extension for the following 32 months on the basis of a positive evaluation
The salary for the position (on a full-time base) will be € 2042 during the first year (gross per month) and will reach € 2612 during the fourth year, in accordance with the CAO for Dutch universities.
Applications for the PhD position should include a research proposal, a letter of motivation, a CV, a list of grades obtained for your Bachelor and Master (or equivalent) programmes, as well as names and contact details of two academic referees. Please supply each document separately in .pdf format, giving the files self-explanatory names (e.g. CV NAME.pdf). Please also include a writing sample (such as your MSc thesis or a term paper), preferably a link to an online version. The proposal should follow the guidelines provided in the link below. The research proposal should outline what kind of research you wish to undertake and why you believe the Logic and Language group or the Language and Computation group at ILLC would provide the right environment for your PhD studies.
You are welcome to contact an appropriate member of the senior scientific staff at ILLC to discuss your plans ahead of applying formally.
Completed applications should be submitted by 23.59 hours (CET) on January 14th 2013 to Tanja Kassenaar, T.Kassenaar[at]uva.nl, stating your name and "PhD fellowship ILLC FGW" in the subject field. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Guidelines project proposal: http://www.illc.uva.nl/NewsandEvents/Attachments/Guidelines_PhD_proposals_2013.pdf
For general information, you may also contact the chair of the Selection Committee, Dr Robert van Rooij (email address below)
Working at the UvA: http://www.uva.nl/en/about-the-uva/working-at-the-uva/why-the-uva
|Time created||Thursday, November 22 2012, 5:07pm|
|Last updated||Monday, November 26 2012, 11:29am|
|Contact name||Dr Robert van Rooij|
|Web address for more information||http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AFO100/phd-positions-at-...|