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  • First Name:
    BN
  • Surname:
    Sapkota
  • High School:
    Janak High School
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    Gaindakot
  • District:
    Nawalparasi
  • Current University/College:
    NUI Galway
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    Computer Science
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    Galway
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    Gaindakot
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    Male
  1. Post Doctoral Research Associate (m/f) in Computational Linguistics The Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at the University of Innsbruck (Austria) is seeking a candidate in the position of postdoctoral research associate (m/f) in the area of Natural Language Engineering and large scale semantic annotation. The work will involve statistical and symbolic language processing and knowledge technologies, and their use in the eSWAN project. DERI is one of the leading research groups in the area of Semantic Web technologies with excellent ties to relevant research groups worldwide and is located right in the heart of the Alps, with an exceptional standard of living and an attractive combination of a beautiful city and unique opportunities for sports activities all year round. We expect * an excellent PhD degree in Computational Linguistics or related disciplines or an equivalent academic degree, * the willingness to combine formal scientific work with application-oriented research in projects funded by the European Commission and national agencies. The following skills (and others) will be relevant: * language processing, information retrieval, speech recognition * machine learning and information theory * technical authoring * research project administration * ontological data modelling and knowledge management * use of GATE (http://gate.ac.uk) * programming in Java and in script languages * software engineering, components, systems modelling and design * programming tools like CVS, JBuilder, make, ANT, ... * database programming in SQL and JDBC * finite state language analysis * computational linguistics We are looking for individuals who will continue their existing stream of research and lead a project that aims at large-scale information extraction from the web, utilizing a a large, distributed cluster architecture. Leading this project will also include management responsibility for a number of junior researchers. We offer * the stimulating environment of a leading research group in the area of Semantic Web research, * excellent ties to research groups worldwide, * up-to-date infrastructure and resources, including sufficient funding for attending international conferences, and * standardized exchange tracks with Stanford University and other universities. For further information regarding this position and DERI, please see http://www.deri.at. We invite your application by e-mail to hr@deri.org. Please include a current resume, a list of publications, and digital versions of your most relevant works. Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) Prof. Dr. Dieter Fensel Institut für Informatik University of Innsbruck Technikerstraße 21a A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
  2. Dear all, Currently I am in Palo Alto, CA for a couple of weeks. I would like to meet our Nepalese brothers/sisters living in the nearby area. Would any one be willing to meet and advice me about the places of interest? Many thanks in advance. Bn Sapkota
  3. Sorry Guys: I found following error(s): GAT should be GAP
  4. Hi All (Nepalese in Ireland), After a long gat I got a chance to visit Chautari again. Along with the 'Time' I am now moved to the Republic of Ireland from the Netherlands. Actually its already been like 6 months I'm in Irealand. I am thinking to have one Get Together of all Nepalese currently living in Ireland to form an unitiy between us. What you guys think about it. If you have any suggestions please drop them down... -BN-
  5. manish ji, you might want to try www.universities.com -BN-
  6. B.N

    Newsletter from WNSO

    Good Work! Congratulation...
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    Happy New Year

    Happy New Year to all members of WNSO... I wish you all the best for the days to come...
  8. NIDI is looking for a Research Assistant (The Netherlands), 38 hours per week Netherlands Interdsciplinary Demographic Institute Job description Function title: Research Assistent Under the supervision of the Project Manager, the research assistant will fulfil the following core tasks: - To collect information from donors, recipient countries, NGOs and other sources, and process these data (extensive follow up, data validation and data entry). - To conduct analyses, generate output (tables and maps) and write research reports on resource flows for population activities. - To keep abreast with specific concepts relating to resource flows and costing issues. - To contribute to exploring possibilities for continuation of the project after 2003. - To participate in the elaboration of the new project proposal. - In case of approval of a new project phase (2004-2005): to fulfil the tasks assigned by the Project Manager. Requirements Required education/skills: Qualifications: - Degree in economic or social disciplines (minimally tertiary non-university level ‘HBO’). - Familiarity with substantive issues related to health (care) financing, population and development and reproductive health. - Experience in extensive use of relational databases, preferably MSAccess. - Familiarity with large-scale surveys. - Experience in management and analysis of financial flows. - Excellent command (written and oral) of English and preferably of other UN languages. Competences: - Critical mind. - Team player, but also capable to work independently. - Excellent communication skills. - Result orientation. - Tact. - Ability to work under pressure. Organization Netherlands Interdsciplinary Demographic Institute NIDI is the national demographic institute of the Netherlands. Its principal task is to study population issues, with a special emphasis on population-related social developments that are relevant to policymaking at both national and international level. The Institute employs a multidisciplinary staff of around 60 persons, who conduct research on the determinants and consequences of demographic trends, which is characterised by an interdisciplinary approach and international orientation. In the Department of Population, Migration and Development the project ‘Financial Resource Flows for Population Activities’ is conducted. General project information: The project, which started on 1 January 1997, is executed by NIDI in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). It established and further develops a world-wide data collection, monitoring and information dissemination system on financial resource flows for activities realized within the following fields in, or for the benefit of, developing countries and countries-in-transition: family planning, reproductive health, STDs and HIV/AIDS, as well as basic research and population censuses. Data are collected through annual surveys. In addition to the mail inquiries, country case studies are being implemented. The year 2003 is the final year of the current project cycle. NIDI aims at a continuation of the project and currently discusses with all partners possibly future project developments. Conditions of employment Salary: scale 09. Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 3090 Employment basis: Temporary for specified period Duration of the contract: one year , with the possibility of extension Maximum hours per week: 38 Additional conditions of employment: Conditions of employment: - A full-time contract of one year, with a possibility of extension. - Position to be filled as soon as possible. - A salary level up to a maximum of € 3,090 gross per month at full-time employment, depending on level of experience. The conditions of employment of NIDI are laid down in the ‘CAO-Onderzoekinstellingen’, which can be consulted through the NIDI website (information in Dutch). Additional Information Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from: Mrs. J. Eckhardt-Gerritsen, Projectmanager E-mail address: eckhardt@nidi.nl Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links: * About the organization (http://www.nidi.nl) * Background information about the project (http://www.nidi.nl/resflows) Application You can apply for this job by sending your application to: NIDI drs. N. van Nimwegen, acting Director P.O.-Box 11650 2502 AR THE HAGUE the Netherlands E-mail address: directie@nidi.nl
  9. The Netherlands Institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, NIDI's Resource Flows Project is looking for a Researcher Job description Function title: Researcher Core tasks: Under the supervision of the Resource Flows Project Manager, the researcher will fulfil the following core tasks: 1. Within the framework of the development of the new project proposal: ( a ) To explore and give technical advice on ways to capture expenditures from sub-national levels. ( b ) To explore and give technical advice on ways to estimate total world-wide domestic expenditures. ( c ) To explore and give technical advice on ways to include other actors involved in funding of financial resources for population activities (health insurance companies, private sector). 2. To keep abreast with, and advise on specific concepts relating to resource flows and costing issues, including National Health Accounts. 3. To conduct analyses on the interrelations between financial resource flows and population and development issues, including HIV/AIDS. 4. In case of approval of a new project phase: to to fulfil the tasks assigned by the Project Manager. Requirements Required education/skills: University Graduate Qualifications: - Degree in health economics or development economics with substantive knowledge of health systems. - Strong familiarity with substantive issues related to health (care) financing, population and development and reproductive health. - High level of computer literacy. - Experience in management and analysis of financial flows. - Excellent command (written and oral) of English and preferably of other UN languagesCompetences: - Applied researcher. - Critical mind. - Team player, but also capable to work independently. - Excellent communication skills. - Result orientation. - Tact. - Ability to work under pressure. She/he should be willing to travel abroad on short-term assignments. Organization NIDI (institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) The Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) NIDI is the national demographic institute of the Netherlands. Its principal task is to study population issues, with a special emphasis on population-related social developments that are relevant to policymaking at both national and international level. The Institute employs a multidisciplinary staff of around 60 persons, who conduct research on the determinants and consequences of demographic trends, which is characterised by an interdisciplinary approach and international orientation. In the Department of Population, Migration and Development the project ‘Financial Resource Flows for Population Activities’ is conducted. The ‘Resource Flows’ project, which started in 1997, is executed by NIDI in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). Its primary aim is to monitor financial flows on population activities in developing countries and countries-in-transition, including activities on family planning, reproductive health, STDs and HIV/AIDS, as well as basic research and population censuses. The principal method of data collection consists of annual mail surveys. The year 2003 is the final year of the current project cycle. For the subsequent project phase (2004-2005), alternative data collection methods need to be explored and implemented to better cover or estimate expenditures on population activities. In addition, research efforts should be broadened to assess program effectiveness and the demographic impacts of (the lack of) resources spent on population activities, especially with regard to HIV/AIDS. NIDI aims at a continuation of the project and currently discusses with all partners possibly future project developments. Conditions of employment Estimated maximum salary per month: eur 4000 - 4500 Salary: scale 12. Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 4506 Duration of the contract: one year with the possibility of extension Additional conditions of employment: Conditions of employment: -A full-time contract of one year, with a possibility of extension. -Position to be filled as soon as possible. -A salary level up to a maximum of € 4,506 gross per month at full-time employment, depending on level of experience. The under 1.a, 1.b and 1.c described tasks could also be carried out on the basis of a two-to-three months service contract. Additional Information Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from: dr. B.J. De Bruijn, Head of Dpt. E-mail address: bruijn@nidi.nl Application You can apply for this job by sending your application to: NIDI drs. N. van Nimwegen, Acting Director P.O. Box 11650 2502 AR THE HAGUE the Netherlands E-mail address: directie@nidi.nl PS: Your complete application includes Written applications, including a letter of interest and CV.
  10. B.N

    nepalnews

    Santos ji! You can try http://www.nepalnews.com NOT http://nepalnews.com Thanks,
  11. It looks the same as before, but for newbie, it may be easier to surf the sites.
  12. Thank you all. Thank you Himal ji and Santo ji for trapping the errors. I fixed some dead links that occured on netherlands.wnso.org. Anybody can help finding more errors, dead links, etc...? Thank you once again. -Success-
  13. Thank you very much. Its nothing but your insipiration.
  14. The department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the Groningen University Hospital (AZG), is looking for a gynaecologist with the profile of a (future) perinatologist. The main function of the AZG is to provide excellent health care, scientific research, training and education. Important activities of the subdepartment of Obstetrics are Obstetric High Care (OHC) and antenatal diagnosis. Main research topics are: maternal serum screening for antenatal diagnosis, vascular pathology within preeclampsia and HELLP-syndrome, placenta pathology in early pregnancy, backgrounds of intra-uterine fetal death and pelvimetry. The start of the OHC and the establishment of an Obstetric Daycare Centre (DOC) are now well underway. The extension of the staff is closely related to this. The tasks and responsibilities of the new obstetrician are to be defined in mutual consideration. Hence, the department offers many possibilities for personal development. Requirements: Required education/skills: Important personal characteristics are: team spirit and collegiality, ambition, (demonstrable) affinity with the sub-areas as well as an eye for the psychosocial aspects of the field. We expect active participation in the scientific research of the department. Also (recently) registered gynaecologists who aim for further academic education are requested to apply. Employment basis: Permanent Additional conditions of employment: A suitable remuneration will be offered to you. You can apply for this job by sending your application to: Academisch Ziekenhuis Groningen Bureau Arbeidsvoorziening Postbus 30 001 9700 RB Groningen The Netherlands E-mail address: m.kleiverda@penb.azg.nl --------------- I wish you good luck
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