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14.06.2022

NeuroSpeech workshop in Cologne – 20 June, 2022!

This hybrid and interdisciplinary workshop aims to strengthen the international cooperation between neurologist and speech scientists working on neurospeech data. We look forward to discussing topics of speech motor control in the scientific and clinical context. For further details take a look at our schedule on the left.

Everyone who is interested in the workshop is welcome.

You can participate on site or online and the registration is free of charge.

If you would like to participate please sign up HERE and learn more about the event HERE.

17.12.2021

Transnational teaching - We are part of the EduVEnture Cologne (IVAC)

We participate in the transnational teaching projects organized by the EduVEnture Cologne (IVAC). This is a virtual exchange program between the Université de Paris (Ioana Chitoran, Department of Linguistics) and the University of Cologne (Doris Mücke and Simon Rössig, IfL-Phonetik). Together we teach the MA course “Joint seminar on variability in speech production and perception” this semester. Invited speakers are Doug Whalen from Haskins Laboratories (New Haven) and Georgia Zellou (University of California). The course has been a success and is a look into the future of transitional teaching. The students from Paris and Cologne benefit from the connection of the experimental linguistic laboratories. A real-life exchange is also planned.

18.11.2021

Simon Roessig receives Offermann-Hergarten Prize 2021

Dr. Simon Roessig has been awarded the Offermann-Hergarten Prize of the University of Cologne's Faculty of Arts and Humanities for his book Categoriality and continuity in prosodic prominence. The Offermann-Hergarten Foundation promotes young academics in the Humanities by awarding them with a monetary prize for their published work.

Congratulations Simon!

02.07.2021PaPe 2021 – Student Awards

Lena Pagel receives special mention for Best Oral Presentation at PaPe 2021

Congratulations! – Lena Pagel has been awarded a special mention for Best Oral Presentation for her talk on "Prominence relations and articulatory modifications in habitual and loud speech” at the 4th Phonetics and Phonology in Europe. The conference was held virtually from 21–23 June 2021. See the Student Award winners here

17.06.2021

Special Issue: Prosodic Prominence – A Cross-Linguistic Perspective

The special issue in Language and Speech on "Prosodic Prominence – A Cross-Linguistic Perspective", edited by Martine Grice and Frank Kügler, is out now. Read here

04.03.2021Interview

Tabea Thies über Chancen und Herausforderungen einer praxisbezogenen Promotion in Zeiten der Pandemie

Als Stipendiatin im Integrated Track und Mercator Fellow bei a.r.t.e.s. promoviert Tabea Thies mit einer Arbeit zum Einfluss von Levodopa und tiefer Hirnstimulation auf die Sprechdynamik von PatientInnen mit Morbus Parkinson. Im Interview spricht sie über ihre vielversprechende Arbeit und die Praxisphase ihrer Promotion in Zeiten der Corona-Pandemie.

26.02.2021DGfS 2021 in Freiburg

Martine Grice gives keynote address

Martine Grice gave a keynote address on Autosegmental Phonology at the annual conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS). The conference took place at the University of Freiburg (via zoom) from 23 to 26 February 2021.

12.02.2021

Fakultätspreis der Universität zu Köln (Philosophische Fakultät) an Tobias Schröer

Herzlichen Glückwunsch!

Tobias Schröer erhält den Fakultätspreis WS 2020/21 der Philosophischen Fakultät der Universität zu Köln für seine Bachelorarbeit zum Thema: "Investigating potential acoustic correlates of sonority: Intensity vs. periodic energy".

18.12.2020

Special Issue: Journal of Phonetics

18.11.2020

Leo Spitzer Prize 2020 for Martine Grice

Martine Grice was awarded the Leo Spitzer Prize 2020 for outstanding academic achievements.
Information about the winners of the Future Prizes 2020 can be found here.

06.11.2020

Call for Papers: Special issue of Languages

We are pleased to announce the call for papers for our special issue on "Aging- and Disease-related Changes in Speech Production”. The guest editors are: Anne Hermes, Antje Mefferd and Tabea Thies. More info can be found here.

August 2019

Prosody Visualisation Challenge at ICPhS

Congratulations to Aviad Albert, Francesco Cangemi and Martine Grice for winning the Prosody Visualisation Challenge at the International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences in Melbourne this month. Their poster was entitled "Can you draw me a question?"

The Phonetics lab was well represented International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences with five talks plus an invited talk in the satellite workshop "Intonational Phonology of Typologically Rare or Understudied Languages"

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