LINGUIST List 25.1209|
Tue Mar 11 2014
Calls: Phonology, Phonetics/Brazil
Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk
From: Eleonora Albano <albanounicamp.br>
Subject: 1st International DINAFON Meeting
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Full Title: 1st International DINAFON Meeting
Short Title: DINAFON 2014
Date: 18-Aug-2014 - 21-Aug-2014
Location: Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil
Contact Person: Eleonora Albano
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.dinafon.iel.unicamp.br/eng/events/dinafon2014/main
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology
Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2014
DINAFON (Speech Dynamics) is a Brazilian interinstitutional research group directed by Brazilian phonetician Eleonora Albano, from the State University of Campinas, in close collaboration with Belgian phonetician Didier Demolin, from Université Stendhal, Grenoble.
The group's research interests revolve around phenomena of speech perception, production and processing as they unfold in the time domain.
This is the 1st International DINAFON Meeting, and the 6th National Edition of the Annual Open DINAFON Meeting. It will be held at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) from August 18 to August 21.
DINAFON 2014 is a sequel to SPSASSD, São Paulo School of Advanced Studies in Speech Dynamics, held in São Paulo in June 2010. Most of the invited speakers in this DINAFON edition were members of the SPSASSD faculty. This new round of discussions will focus on dynamical relationships between speech perception and production.
Call for Papers:
The theme of DINAFON 2014 is 'Speech and Language Dynamics'. We invite submissions on all aspects of the relationship between speech and language:
- Computational modeling
- Language variation and change
- Language acquisition (L1 or L2)
Submissions open: March 10
Submissions close: April 30
Notification of acceptance: June 20
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