LINGUIST List 13.2450

Fri Sep 27 2002

Confs: Speech Production - Sydney, Australia

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  1. Marija Tabain, 6th International Seminar on Speech Production

Message 1: 6th International Seminar on Speech Production

Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 18:06:46 +1000
From: Marija Tabain <>
Subject: 6th International Seminar on Speech Production


The Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science (MACCS) and the Speech
Hearing and Language Research Centre (SHLRC) at Macquarie University
are pleased to host the sixth in the series of Speech Production
Seminars, which will be held in Sydney, Australia from December 8th to
10th, 2003.
We look forward to continuing the tradition established at the
previous meetings in Kloster Seeon, Grenoble, Leeds, Old Saybrook and
Autrans of bringing together leading experts for the presentation and
discussion of current research into all aspects of speech production.


The meeting will maintain the customary focus of the Speech Production
Seminars on the analysis and modelling of all aspects of articulatory
processes. The following list of themes is not meant to be exhaustive:

Acoustic to articulatory inversion	
Aerodynamic models 
Articulatory-acoustic relations	
Articulatory synthesis 	
Audiovisual synthesis	
Biomechanical modelling	
Cerebral organization of speech 
Connected speech processes	
Disorders of speech motor control	
Instrumental techniques	
Models of motor control 


Prof Max COLTHEART 	(Macquarie University) 
Dr Karen CROOT 		(Sydney University) 
Ass Prof Janet FLETCHER	(University of Melbourne) 
Prof Jonathan HARRINGTON(University of Kiel) 
Dr Sallyanne PALETHORPE	(Macquarie University) 
Dr Marija TABAIN		(Macquarie University)


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Call for papers will be announced in December 2002, and the deadline
for submission of abstracts will be March 31, 2003.

The conference website can be viewed at:


Prof Andy BUTCHER 	(Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia)
Prof Frank GUENTHER 	(Boston University, Boston, USA)
Prof Pat KEATING 		(UCLA, Los Angeles, USA)


The conference will be held at The International College of Tourism
and Hotel Management, which is housed within St Patrick's College, one
of the most spectacular buildings in Sydney. Located at Manly, this
former monastery offers magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean and
Manly beach and is only a short walk into the centre of Manly. From
here Sydney city can easily be reached by ferry.
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