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The graduate programme "Linguistic Representations and Their Interpretation" at the University of Stuttgart

The graduate programme "Linguistic representations and their interpretation" ("Sprachliche Repräsentationen und ihre Interpretation") at the University of Stuttgart, which is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, is pleased to announce the following opening:

1 postdoctoral scholarship (start: May 1)

2 doctoral scholarships (start: April 1)

The position is available for 2 years.

Applicants should hold an above-average PhD, as well as be fluent in English and German.

The graduate programme is a doctoral programme in linguistics and computational linguistics at the University of Stuttgart.

The participating lecturers are: Artemis Alexiadou, Rainer Bäuerle, Gregorz Dogil, Ulrich Heid, Klaus von Heusinger, Hans Kamp, Bernd Möbius, Jürgen Pafel, Christian Rohrer, Hinrich Schütze and Achim Stein.

Information about the projects in the graduate programme can be found at

Applications including CV, copies of examination results, project proposal and at least one reference letter should be sent electronically to the Programme Director:

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pafel E-Mail: juergen.pafel [at]

Applicants are requested to send their application only in pdf format.

Interviews will take place on January 29.

Closing date for applications is January 13.

Applications from women are especially welcome.

Where qualifications, competence, and specific achievements prove to be of a similar nature, women will be considered on preferential terms within the framework of the law.

Handicapped candidates with equivalent qualifications will be shown preference.

Application Deadline: 13 January

Contact Information:

Prof. Jürgen Pafel

Email: juergen.pafel [at]

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