cpl Events


The CWRU Cognitive Phonetics Lab has sponsored the following seminars on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Speech Production and Perception Research


2007


Wednesday, January 17

Prof. Osamu Fujimura, Professor Emeritus, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, The Ohio State University "Symbolic representation in language and biology", 4-5pm, 618 Crawford Hall.

2006


Friday, February 10

Prof. O. Fujimura, International Institute for Advanced Studies, Kyoto, Japan - “A New Direction of Speech Research”, CHSC Rm. 407, 3 pm.

Thursday, February 16 - Extra Lecture at DMLL

Prof. G. Carden - Department of Linguistics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC – “Pidginization, creolization, and binding theory”, Department of Modern Languages and
Literatures, Baker-Nord Center, Clark 206, 11:30 AM.

Friday, February 17

Prof. G. Carden - Department of Linguistics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC – “ Instrumental Phonetics for the Working Clinician ”, CHSC Rm. 407, 3 pm.

Friday, March 3

Prof. M. Trudeau – Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, The Ohio State University – "Tracheoesophageal Voice Restoration's Weak Link, the Voice Prosthesis", CHSC Rm. 407, 3 pm.

Rescheduled: Thursday. March 30

Prof. R. Fox – Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, The Ohio State University – "Systematic Effects of Prosodic Prominence on Vowel Quality:  A source of sound change?", CHSC Rm. 407, 4:15 pm.

Friday, April 14

Prof. H. Sussman - Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, UT Austin -"A Neurobiological Perspective on Phonetic Variability", CHSC Rm. 407, 3 pm.

Rescheduled: Wednesday, April 19

Prof. A. Shah - Department of Speech and Hearing, Cleveland State University – "A 3-D Investigation of Foreign-Accentedness", Guilford Parlor, Department of Modern Languages & Literatures, 12:30 pm.

2005


Monday, November 28

Prof. D. Wang, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University - “An Auditory Scene Analysis Approach to Speech Segregation and Restoration ”, Nord Rm. 310B, 12 pm.