Tenure-Track Research Faculty

Tenure-Track Research Faculty
  The Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica (ILAS), Taiwan is inviting applicants who have demonstrated research excellence in the areas of phonetics, language acquisition, and /or human language technology, preferably with a strong research background in linguistics-oriented data science including quantitative analysis and modeling, experimental research, and machine learning on the basis of authentic speech/language resources for a tenure-track position at all levels (Assistant, Associate or Full Professor equivalent). A Ph.D. in Linguistics or related field is required by the time of application.
  The successful candidate will be joining a vibrant research-only program in linguistics with substantial research resources, two active research laboratories (Phonetics and Cognitive Linguistics) and competitive benefits.
  Applicants for the position will need to demonstrate a record of (or evidence for the promise of) scholarly productivity that will advance the program’s research profile. Other expectations for the position include: applying for extramural funding, participating in Institute activities, performing institutional and academy services, and mentoring junior faculty members when applicable.
 The deadline for all applications is May 15, 2019.
 Interested applicants are required to provide the following documents:
 (1) Application letter
 (2) Curriculum vitae in English and Chinese
 (3) List of publications in English and Chinese
 (4) Copies of representative publications for the last five years (Applicants for the rank of assistant research fellow must submit his/her Ph.D. dissertation)
 (5) Statement of research achievements and 5-year research plan in English and Chinese
 (6) Contact information for 3 references
A soft copy and a hard copy of the above documents should be mailed to:
Address: Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica
No. 128, Section 2, Academia Road
Nankang, Taipei 115, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Attention: Jo-wang LIN, Director

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