Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- General Language Studies and Linguistics
- Languages and Literature
- Phonetics, Articulography, Phonology, Prosody, Articulatory Phonetics
My research is about coordination of articulatory movements, and relates to both segmental and supra-segmental phonology. For this purpose I use an ElectroMagnetic Articulography (Carstens AG501, http://www.humlab.lu.se/en/facilities/articulography/) which can record movements in both time and space, like motion capture.
My dissertation project is specifically about the effect of different parameters on the overlapping manner of articulatory movements.
The work contributes to phonetic basic research, medical research on speech and language disorders, and research into human-computer interaction.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Paper in conference proceeding
Research output: Contribution to journal › Published meeting abstract