CROCO: Publications and impact

Conference presentation: Liker, M.: Electropalatographic analysis of vowels in quasi-spontaneous speech, Challenges in analysis and processing of spontaneous speech, CAPSS2017, Budapest, Hungary, 14-17 May 2017, http://capss2017.nytud.hu/, photo credit: CAPSS2017 team


Conference presentation: Liker, M., Vidović Zorić, A.: Govorne pogreške i izgovorne geste: elektropalatografsko istraživanje (Speech errors and articulatory gestures: an electropalatographic investigation), CALS 2018 (Language and Mind), 32nd International conference, Rijeka, Croatia, 3-5 May 2018, http://hdpl.hdpl.hr/home

Conference presentation: Kantoci, E., Marijić, M., Bukovčan, L, Liker, M.: Elektropalatografsko istraživanje asimilacija: kategorijalnost i stupnjevitost (Electropalatographic investigation of assimilation: categorical or gradient), CALS 2018 (Language and Mind), 32nd International conference, Rijeka, Croatia, 3-5 May 2018, http://hdpl.hdpl.hr/home

Conference presentation: Carović, I.: Razlika u varijabilnosti hrvatskih vokala u značenjskim i beznačenjskim riječima: ultrazvučno istraživanje (Difference in variability of Croatian vowels in real and nonsense words: an ultrasound investigation), CALS 2018 (Language and Mind), 32nd International conference, Rijeka, Croatia, 3-5 May 2018, http://hdpl.hdpl.hr/home


Conference presentation: Liker, M.: Tongue-to-palate contact patterns and variability of Croatian vowels, ICPLA 2018, 17th International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Conference Association Conference, Malta, 23-25 October 2018, https://www.um.edu.mt/events/icpla2018

      

On the left: Jim Scobbie from QMU Edinburgh “presenting” our poster 😮

Breaking news from Malta: Prof. Vesna Mildner elected the President of the International Phonetics and Linguistics Association (ICPLA)! 🙂


Paper: Mildner, V. (2018). Aspects of coarticulation. In Gosy, M. & Graczi, T. E. (Eds.) Challenges in analysis and processing of spontaneous speech. Budapest: Research Institute for Linguistics & Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 27-48.

Challenges in analysis and processing of spontaneous speech – könyvmegjelenés