Phonetics Colloquium

Phonetics Colloquium

Current research findings in phonetics are presented in the form of lectures and discussions in the colloquium. It takes place - unless stated otherwise - from 14:15-15:45 in room 5.09 in building C7.2 at the specified dates.

 For questions and suggestions please contact Jürgen Trouvain.

 

Winter Semester 2019/20

Wed,
6 Nov 2019,
12:00-13:30
Marjolein van Os (UdS)Counting 'uhm's: How tracking the distribution of native and non-native disfluencies influences online language comprehension
Wed,
13 Nov 2019,
14:15-15:45

Benjamin Lindquist
(MPI Wissenschaftsgeschichte Berlin & Princeton U)

Synthetic Speech: From Art to Algorithm
Wed,
8 Jan 2020,
14:15-15:45
Ingo Siegert (U Magdeburg)Differences in Speech Behavior for Human-Directed and Device Directed Speech for the application of addressee-detection
Wed,
22 Jan 2020,
14:15-15:45
Tina Bögel (U Konstanz)Frequency effects and prosodic boundary strength
postponed to 22 Apr 2020

Stefanie Jannedy (ZAS Berlin)

Phonetisches Detail und Soziale Bedeutung im Berliner Kiezdeutsch

Contact

Phonetics
Department of Language Science and Technology
Saarland University
Campus, Building C7.2
66123 Saarbrücken 
Germany

Secretary

Cristina Deeg

Building C7.2, Room 4.11 
Tel.: +49 681 302 2926
Fax: +49 681 302 4684
Email