The Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle (LLF) is seeking to support applications in linguistics and language sciences to Research Associate positions at the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS).
CNRS Research Associate positions are full-time permanent positions intended for candidates in their early career. Applicants must hold a PhD by the application deadline. Knowledge of French is not required.
Although CNRS recruits researchers by way of a national competition, applicants are encouraged to select one or more research labs to which they would like to be assigned, and support is crucial for a successful application.
Located at Université Paris Cité, the LLF has about 80 members, including 36 permanent faculty members, working on every subfield of linguistics. In recent years, it has extended its focus from formal and theoretical linguistics to domains such as psycholinguistics, experimental linguistics, computational linguistics, dialogue, typology, and Sign language linguistics.
The LLF is interested in supporting a limited number of applicants, with an excellent research record and willing to develop a project that would fit the lab's areas of inquiry.
Prospective applicants that wish to be supported by the LLF will be invited to contact the lab in the late fall, sending a CV (including a publication list) and a short description of their research profile to the board of directors. Decisions on whether support is granted will be taken within a few weeks. More details will be provided here in the fall of 2023 once the official schedule for applications will be published by the CNRS.