Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science

Language Technologies Institute Director Search

The School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University is seeking an energetic and visionary leader for the position of Full Professor and Director of the Language Technologies Institute.   The Language Technologies Institute (LTI), one of seven academic units in the School.  LTI is the world’s premier academic and research departments in natural language technology.  It educates the leaders of tomorrow and performs groundbreaking research in the areas of Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, Information Extraction, Summarization & Question Answering, Information Retrieval, Text Mining & Analytics, Knowledge Representation, Reasoning & Acquisition, Language Technologies for Education, Machine Learning, Machine Translation, Multimodal Computing and Interaction, Speech Processing, and Spoken Interfaces & Dialogue Processing.

Search Committee

Randy Bryant
Search Committee Chair
University Professor, Computer Science 
Maxine Eskenazi
Principle System Scientist
Language Technologies
Lori Levin
Research Professor
Language Technologies
Krista Mcguigan
Associate Business Director
Language Technologies
Teruko Mitamura
Research Professor
Language Technologies
Louis-Philippe Morency
Associate Professor
Language Technologies
Graham Neubig
Associate Professor
Language Technologies
Bhiksha Raj
Professor
Language Technologies
Norman Sadeh
Professor
Software Research