Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Fachrichtung 4.7 Universität des Saarlandes
Bernd Möbius - Research Projects

Bernd Möbius - Research projects

Current* and completed research projects

  • *Speech Synthesis: Phonetic convergence in human-computer interaction (CHI-C) (DFG, 2016-2020)
  • *Phonetic Structure: Information density and the predictability of phonetic structure (DFG, SFB 1102, C1, 2014-2022)
  • *Intercomprehension: Mutual intelligibility and surprisal in Slavic intercomprehension (INCOMSLAV-2) (DFG, SFB 1102, C4, 2018-2022)
  • *SimPhon.Net: Usage-based approaches, computational modeling and simulation studies in phonetics and phonology (DFG, coordinator: Daniel Duran, University of Freiburg)

  • Speech Learning: Individualized feedback for computer-assisted spoken language learning (DFG/ANR, 2013-2016)
  • Exemplar Theory: Exemplar-based speech representation (DFG, SFB 732, Stuttgart, 2006-2014).
  • Speech Production: The syllable as a processing unit in speech production: Evidence from frequency effects on coarticulation (DFG, SPP-1234, 2009-2012).
  • Prosody Acquisition: Tonal and temporal development of prosodic categories in children acquiring German (DFG, 2008-2012).
  • Prosody Perception: Phonetic perceptual reference space for prosodic phonological categories (DFG, SPP-1234, 2006-2009).
  • Prosody Acquisition: An exemplar-theoretic model of the acquisition of the acoustic correlates of word stress (DFG, 2004-2007).
  • SmartWeb: Speech synthesis in a system enabling mobile access to the Semantic Web (BMBF, 2004-2007).
  • Prosody Production: A perception and target oriented model of the production of prosody (DFG, 2001-2004).
  • SmartKom: Speech synthesis in a multimodal system, based on the IMS German Festival system (BMBF, 1999-2003).
  • DeKo: Derivational and compositional morphology of German (BW-MWK, 2000-2001).
  • G2P: Grapheme-to-phoneme conversion and syllabification.
  • Multilingual TTS: The Bell Labs system, and in particular its German version.