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Calls: Comp Ling, Neuroling, Phonetics/Canada
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International Seminar on Speech Production 2011
Message 1: International Seminar on Speech Production 2011
From: Lucie Menard <issp2011uqam.ca>
Subject: International Seminar on Speech Production 2011
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Full Title: International Seminar on Speech Production 2011
Short Title: ISSP'11
Date: 20-Jun-2011 - 23-Jun-2011
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Contact Person: Lucie Menard
Meeting Email: issp2011uqam.ca
Web Site: http://www.issp2011.uqam.ca
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Neurolinguistics; Phonetics
Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2010
Dear speech researcher,
We are pleased to announce that the the ninth International Seminar on
Speech Production (ISSP'11) will be held in Montreal, Canada from June
20th to 23rd, 2011. ISSP'11 is the continuation of a series of seminars
dating back to Grenoble (1988), Leeds (1990), Old Saybrook (1993),
Autrans (1996), Kloster Seeon (2000), Sydney (2003), Ubatuba (2006), and
Strasbourg (2008). Several aspects of speech production will be covered,
such as phonology, phonetics, linguistics, mechanics, acoustics, physiology,
motor control, neurosciences and computer science.
For this edition, a special session will be organized in honor of Dr. Joseph
Perkell, for his contribution to the field.
Looking forward to your venue in Montreal in 2011!
The organizing committee,
Lucie Ménard (UQAM)
Shari R. Baum (McGill)
Vincent Gracco (McGill)
David Ostry (McGill)
Call For Papers
Topics of interest for ISSP'11 include, but are not restricted to the following:
-Intra- and inter-speaker variability
-Acoustic to articulatory inversion
-Connected speech processes
-Models of motor control
-Aerodynamic models and data
-Cerebral organization and neural correlates of speech
-Disorders of speech motor control
-Speech and language acquisition
-Plasticity of speech production and perception
Prospective authors are invited to submit an abstract (Two pages maximum,
Times font, 12 points) via the conference website by November 15th 2010.
The online submission website will be made available via this link. Authors
will need to create an account in order to be able to submit their papers.
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