|Volume 6: No. 49|
Temple U./CIS (Philadelphia): two IS/CS/AI faculty professors.
MIT Spoken Language Systems Group: BS research specialist.
Syracuse Language Systems (Syracuse,NY): two MS/PhD NLP researchers for text processing, dialog understanding, and grammar verification.
Motorola's Chicago Corporate Research Laboratories (Schaumburg, IL): BS/MS intern, to work with HMM/NN speech recognizer.
SRA International, Inc. (Fairfax, VA): BS/MS NLP research programmers for AI-based multilingual data extraction/IR, summarization, routing, machine translation, content clustering, fusion, and data mining.
Seattle aerospace company: PhD NLP technologist.
VISA Int. (San Francisco): BS AI engineers for NN data mining and fraud modeling.
Fortune 500 co. (Chicago?): PhD in NN OCR and handwriting recognition, for a new research group.
UWaterloo (Ontario): CS chair.
BT Labs/Intelligent Systems Research Group (Ipswich, UK): PhD for R&D in intelligent agents for machine learning, scheduling, AI, etc.
UBirmingham (UK): PhD research fellow in evolutionary computation for intelligent agents.
USussex (UK): two research fellowships in evolutionary robotics and biological sensory modeling.
Rank Xerox Research Centre (Cambridge, UK): research scientist in distributed document technologies.
UStirling (Scotland): lecturer in descriptive and computational linguistics.
The German Research Center for AI (DFKI GmbH; Saarbruecken): computational linguists for information access, message extraction/understanding, and grammar engineering.
Austrian Research Inst. for AI (OFAI; Vienna): German-speaking NLP research engineer.
CSIRO Australia's Div. of Information Technology (Melbourne): PhD research leader for text-based information management.
National University of Singapore/ISCS (NUS): 2 PhD research fellows and 3 BS RAs in medical informatics (AI, knowledge acquisition, probabilistic reasoning, decision theory).
The Chinese University of Hong Kong/CSE: PhD faculty in SE, data mining, digital libraries, visual programming, and architectures.