Working at Schütze Lab

We are always looking for new group members with passion, talent, and grit!

You will have the chance to work at the cutting edge of research in computational linguistics and NLP. You may be exploring multilinguality on a Bible corpus of 1700+ languages, improving and enhancing latest transformer models or pushing the state of art on existing NLP tasks; you will be involved in asking the interesting questions, designing algorithms, conducting experiments and finally presenting your research in the best conferences around the world.

Current open positions

Presently we have open BSc/MSc thesis positions in the following areas. Kindly apply on this form. You can also apply if you have a thesis topic of your own :

More topics will be added, so check back again.

Applications for PhD and Postdoc positions

If you are interested in working with us as a PhD student or postdoc, please send us an email. State briefly why you are interested and attach a CV, including information about your academic profile. No need for a separate cover letter or certificates. Important: please insert “Application PhD” or “Application Postdoc” in the subject line. If you are applying to a specific advertisement, note this in your email.

Masters/Bachelors Thesis and Internships

  • If you want to do a thesis at the lab, kindly fill out this form or look at the advertised thesis topics above.
  • If you are a Master/Bachelor student in Computational Linguistics at LMU, please be mindful of the deadlines advertised on the CIS website. Additionally you can pick one of the topics at this link (only available to LMU students).
  • Sometimes, we take master students or summer interns if we get exceptional applicants (this usually means very good grades and a personal recommendation). Please fill out this form and mention that you are interested in an internship.

Computational Linguistics Degree at CIS

If you are interested in pursuing a Bachelor/Master degree at LMU Munich, please see the CIS website.