Workshop Measurement of Speech Respiration and Speech Preparation Phases

When

18/19 February 2020

Where

Saarland University, Dept. Language Science and Technology, Building C7.4, Conference Room

How to get there

There are several bus lines going from town to campus: 101, 102, 109, 111, 112, 124, 150.

A ride from "Rathaus" (town hall) to "Universitšt Campus" takes about 15 minutes, costs at the ticket machine or at the bus driver: 2.60 EUR for a single ticket or 5.80 for a day ticket. More information on bus riding in SB.

It is a 5 minute walk from bus stop "Universitšt Campus" to the workshop location in building C7.2, see the campus map.

Accommodation

Invited speakers (if not agreed otherwise) will reside in Hotel Madeleine (near Johanniskirche and Rathaus), just two tram stops from the train station (or 10 minutes walking).

Other options for accommodation are for instance Four Side Hotel (near the train station), Hotel Weller (more budget, between town and university) or the Youth hostel (they also have single rooms, also located between town and university).

Programme

Tuesday, 18 Feb 2020

09 00 - 09 20 Opening and Intro: Jürgen Trouvain (Saarland U)

09 20 - 09 35 Short talk 1: Phil Hoole (LMU Munich): Approaches to paralinguistic sounds in perception and production
09 35 - 09 50 Short talk 2: Camille Fauth (U Strasbourg): Enjoy the silence! Pauses: articulatory, acoustic and physiological considerations

09 50 - 10 20 Coffee break

10 20 - 11 10 Long talk 1: Susanne Fuchs (ZAS Berlin): The involvement of respiration in local and global aspects of speech
11 10 - 11 25 Short talk 3: Oxana Rasskazova (HU Berlin): Temporal coordination of articulatory and respiratory events prior to speech initiation
11 25 - 11 40 Short talk 4: Heather Weston (ZAS Berlin): Temporal organization of breath vs. silent pauses in spontaneous German speech under varying respiratory load
11 40 - 11 55 Short talk 5: Oliver Niebuhr (SDU Sønderburg): Breathing in expressive speaking and listening contexts

11 55 - 13 00 Lunch break

13 00 - 13 15 Short talk 6: Hélène Serré (GIPSA Grenoble): Speech and breathing in different conditions of limb movements and over time
13 15 - 13 30 Short talk 7: Eva Székely (KTH Stockholm): Breathing and speech planning in spontaneous speech synthesis
13 30 - 15 00 Practical session 1: Jörg Dreyer (ZAS Berlin)

15 00 - 15 30 Coffee break

15 30 - 16 20 Long talk 2: Marcin Włodarczak (Stockholm U): Interactional functions of breathing
16 20 - 17 50 Practical session 2: Marcin Włodarczak (Stockholm U)

19 00 Dinner

Wednesday, 19 Feb 2020

09 00 - 10 30 Practical session 3: Raphael Werner

10 30 - 11 00 Coffee break

11 00 - 11 50 Long talk 3: Adrian Simpson (U Jena): Where does the air pressure come from? The production of ejectives in German and Georgian

11 50 - 12 00 Closing: Bernd Möbius

12 00 Lunch