Partners

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Partners

Initiators

  • Martin Ball
  • Emeritus Professor, Linköping University, Sweden
  • Clinical phonetics/phonology, sociolinguistics, minority languages
  • Nicole Müller
  • University College Cork
  • Clinical linguistics, bilingualism, dementia, acquired speech and language disorders, minority languages

Partners

  • Henk van den Heuvel
  • CLST, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands
  • Data curation, speech technology, speech pathology
  • Alice Lee
  • University College Cork
  • Speech sound disorders, speech disorders due to structural deficits, motor speech disorders, typical articulation
  • Nicola Bessell
  • University College Cork
  • Typical and atypical phonetics and phonology, speech variability, acoustic analysis, problem-based learning design, research ethics

  • Satu Saalasti
  • University of Helsinki
  • Multisensory perception of speech in individuals with autism spectrum disorders and  neural mechanisms underlying real-life language
  • Katarzyna Klessa
  • Adam Mickiewicz university in Poznan, Poland
  • speech prosody; acoustic and paralinguistic phonetics; design and development of speech and language databases; tools and resources for the speech analysis, including disordered speech (cf. e.g. annotationpro.org)
  • Anita Lorenc
  • The Institute of Applied Polish Phonetics Studies, University of Warsaw
  • clinical phonetics; speech and language therapy; articulatory and acoustic phonetics; speech and language disorders in cases of hearing loss
  • (Barabara) May Bernhardt
  • University of British Columbia
  • Crosslinguistic phonological development, assessment, intervention; ultrasound in intervention
  • Tim Bressmann
  • University of Toronto, Canada
  • Cleft palate, craniofacial syndromes, head and neck cancer, speech sound disorders
  • Vesna Mildner & Marko Liker
  • University of Zagreb, Croatia
  • Coarticulation, instrumental physiological analysis of speech, sociophonetics
  • Traci Walker
  • University of Sheffield
  • Clinical and typical phonetics/phonology, conversation analysis of developmental and atypical interactions
  • Joaquim Llisterri
  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
  • Clinical phonetics, spoken language resources, Catalan and Spanish phonetics
  • Hanne Gram Simonsen
  • University of Oslo, Norway
  • Clinical and typical linguistics and phonetics/phonology, acquisition, multilingualism, aphasia, dementia
  • Mile Vuković
  • Faculty of Special Education and Rehabilitation
  • Aphasia and related speech and language disorders
  • Khiet Truong
  • Human Media Interaction, University of Twente
  • Emotion recognition, Alzheimer patients
  • Alain Ghio
  • Aix-Marseille University, LPL, CNRS, France
  • Voice and speech assessment 
  • Marina Ruiter
  • CLS, Radboud University, Nijmegen
  • Acquired language disorders (e.g., aphasia and cognitive communication disorders)
  • Martin Matthiesen
  • CSC – IT Center for Science, Finland
  • Sensitive Data, Encryption, Systems Administration 
  • George Christodoulides
  • University of Mons, Belgium
  • Speech prosody; speech under cognitive load; computational paralinguistics; speech technology and machine learning
  • Stuart Cunningham
  • University of Sheffield
  • Clinical uses of speech technology, particularly for people with dysarthria

Interested partners

  • Bert de Swart
  • Radboud UMC & HAN, Nijmegen
  • Rehabilitation, speech & swallowing disorders
  • Martina Ozbič
  • Faculty of education, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Language therapy and special and rehabilitative pedagogy