SESSION 1 (onsdag 13.20-14.40) — Rhythm and Quantity

Chair: Eva Strangert

13.20-13.40Kari SuomiStress, Accent and Vowel Durations in FinnishPDF

13.40-14.00Wim van DommelenQuantification of Speech Rhythm in Norwegian as a Second LanguagePDF

14.00-14.20Diana Krull, Hartmut Traunmüller, and Pier Marco BertinettoLocal Speaking Rate and Perceived Quantity: An Experiment with Italian ListenersPDF

14.20-14.40Robert McAllister, Miyoko Inoue, and Sofie DahlL1 Residue in L2 Use: A Preliminary Study of Quantity and Tense-laxPDF


SESSION 2 (onsdag 15.10-16.30) — Dialectal and Sociophonetic Variation

Chair: Olle Engstrand

15.10-15.30Frantz Clermont and Elisabeth ZetterholmF-pattern Analysis of Professional Imitations of "hallå" in three Swedish DialectsPDF

15.30-15.50Jonas LindhA Case Study of /r/ in the Västgöta DialectPDF

15.50-16.10Petra Bodén and Julia GroßeYouth Language in Multilingual GöteborgPDF

16.10-16.30Rein Ove SikvelandHow do we Speak to Foreigners? — Phonetic Analyses of Speech Communication between L1 and L2 Speakers of NorwegianPDF

16.45-17.30Visning av Humanistlaboratoriet



SESSION 3 (torsdag 9.20-10.20) — Articulation and Perception

Chair: Wim van Dommelen

09.20-09.40Emilia Ahlberg, Julia Backman, Josefin Hansson, Maria Olsson, and Anette LohmanderAcoustic Analysis of Phonetically Transcribed Initial Sounds in Babbling Sequences from Infants with and without Cleft PalatePDF

09.40-10.00Hartmut TraunmüllerCross-modal Interactions in Visual as Opposed to Auditory Perception of VowelsPDF

10.00-10.20Lisa Gustavsson, Ellen Marklund, Eeva Klintfors, and Francisco LacerdaDirectional Hearing in a Humanoid RobotPDF


SESSION 4 (torsdag 10.50-11.50) — Speech Technology

Chair: Björn Granström

10.50-11.10Per-Anders JandeModelling Pronunciation in Discourse ContextPDF

11.10-11.30Susanne SchötzData-driven Formant Synthesis of Speaker AgePDF

11.30-11.50Marcus UnesonKnowledge-light Letter-to-Sound Conversion for Swedish with FST and TBLPDF

SESSION 5a (torsdag 11.50-12.10) — PRE-POSTER SESSION

Chair: Merle Horne



SESSION 5b (torsdag 13.30-15.00) — POSTER SESSION

Chair: Merle Horne

Ulla BjursäterA Study of Simultaneous-masking and Pulsation-threshold Patterns of a Steady-state Synthetic Vowel: A Preliminary ReportPDF

Jens Edlund and Mattias Heldner/nailon/ — Online Analysis of ProsodyPDF

Gert Foget Hansen and Nicolai PharaoMicrophones and MeasurementsPDF

Pétur HelgasonSMTC — A Swedish Map Task CorpusPDF

Jonas LindhPreliminary Descriptive F0-statistics for Young Male SpeakersPDF

Yasuko Nagano-Madsen and Takako AyusawaCross-speaker Variations in Producing Attitudinally Varied Utterances in JapanesePDF

Daniel Neiberg, Kjell Elenius, Inger Karlsson, and Kornel LaskowskiEmotion Recognition in Spontaneous SpeechPDF

Maria Sjöström, Erik J. Eriksson, Elisabeth Zetterholm, and Kirk P. H. SullivanA Switch of Dialect as DisguisePDF

Gabriel Skantze, David House, and Jens EdlundProsody and Grounding in DialogPDF

Eva Strangert and Thierry DeschampsThe Prosody of Public Speech — A Description of a ProjectPDF

Niklas Öhrström and Hartmut TraunmüllerAcoustical Prerequisites for Visual HearingPDF


SESSION 6 (torsdag 15.00-16.20) — L2 and Foreign Accent

Chair: Bob McAllister

15.00-15.20Una CunninghamDescribing Swedish-accented EnglishPDF

15.20-15.40Snefrid HolmThe Relative Contributions of Intonation and Duration to Degree of Foreign Accent in Norwegian as a Second LanguagePDF

15.40-16.00Bosse ThorénPhonological Demands vs. System Constraints in an L2 SettingPDF

16.00-16.20Katrin StöltenEffects of Age on VOT: Categorical Perception of Swedish Stops by Near-native L2 SpeakersPDF

19.00-Konferensmiddag, Kulturkrogen


SESSION 7 (fredag 9.00-10.20) — Interaction and Discourse

Chair: Kari Soumi

09.00-09.20Rolf Carlson, Kjell Gustafson, and Eva StrangertProsodic Cues for HesitationPDF

09.20-09.40Olov EngwallFeedback from Real & Virtual Language TeachersPDF

09.40-10.00Mattias Heldner and Jens EdlundProsodic Cues for Interaction Control in Spoken Dialogue SystemsPDF

10.00-10.20Merle HorneThe Filler EH in SwedishPDF


SESSION 8 (fredag 10.50-12.10) — Intonation and Prominence

Chair: Mattias Heldner

10.50-11.10Christian JensenAre Verbs Less Prominent?PDF

11.10-11.30Yuni KimVariation and Finnish Influence in Finland Swedish Dialect IntonationPDF

11.30-11.50Jonas Beskow, Björn Granström, and David HouseFocal Accent and Facial Movements in Expressive SpeechPDF

11.50-12.10Gilbert Ambrazaitis and Gösta BrucePerception of South Swedish Word AccentsPDF


Sidansvarig: itht.luse | 2014-02-14