Speech Prosody in Interaction

The form and function of intonation in human communication

​A project funded by the European Research Council (ERC-ADG-835263)
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HIGHLIGHTS

The SPRINT team welcome Katherine Marcoux who will be joining SPRINT as Lab Manager on 1st January 2021. 

The SPRINT team has now moved to Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

SPRINT now has its own OSF and RG pages. Check them out and follow us: OSFRG.

SPRINT members presented a poster, titled "Speech data collection at a distance: Comparing the reliability of acoustic cues across homemade recordings" at the special session "Acoustics Virtually Everywhere" in the 179th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. (Time & Session Information)

Cong presented a pre-recorded video lecture of the paper "Where does the beat fall? Speech-beat alignment in Mandarin and English singing" at the 179th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. (Time & Session Information)

Cong has won the Summer Vacation Research Prize 2020 (a competition held by the University of Kent).

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SPRINT

SPRINT is the acronym of grant ERC-ADG-835263 titled "Speech Prosody in Interaction: The form and function of intonation in human communication". SPRINT is a 5-year (2019-2024) €2,481,196 research program funded by the European Research Council (ERC). Amalia Arvaniti is the Principal Investigator. SPRINT is based at Radboud University.

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