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Phonetics Lunch Meeting

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Each week during term time - irregularly also outside terms - we have a group meeting on Wednesdays from 12:15 to 13:45. Currently, this takes place in a hybrid format - in person in AND 2.23, and online via Zoom (Join). During this meeting, we discuss the latest news relevant for our lab and our research. This is followed by a short presentation by one of the group members on a topic of his/her choice. Such a presentation can be the discussion of an interesting paper or the demonstration of own research results. Sometimes we also invite guest speakers.

Everybody who is interested in our phonetics group is welcome!

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In the Spring Term 2024 we have the following presentations (Time 12:15-13:45):

Date Speaker & Topic
21.02.2024 General organisation
28.02.2024

Leah Bradshaw

Title: Peek-a-boo, I sound like you: Phonological rhymes overpower the utility of acoustic-phonetic overlap for speaker discrimination

06.03.2024 PhD students update session
13.03.2024

Invited Speaker: Prof. Dr. David R. Mortensen - Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh

Title: Extension is all you need, but good intentions help too

20.03.2024

 

27.03.2024

Volker Dellwo

Title: Overview of research on South-East Asian languages

10.04.2024

Teodora Vucović,  Masoumeh Chapariniya and Aref Farhadipour

Title: 

17.04.2024

Invited speaker

Title:

24.04.2024

Invited Speaker: Prof. Dr. Franco Cutugno - University of Naples Federico II, Naples

Title: tbd

08.05.2024

Invited Speaker: Prof. Dr. Hansjoerg Mixdorff  - University of Applied Science, Berlin 

Title: tbd

15.05.2024

Verônica Penteado Siqueira

Title: Speech Synchronization

22.05.2024

Alessandro De Luca

Title: Trust and Deceive game first results

Andrea Frohlich

Title: tbd

29.05.2024

Daniel Friedrich

Title: Co-registration of Simultaneous Electromagnetic Articulography and Electroencephalography for Precise Articulatory and Neural Data Alignment