Phon phon on tour

Posted on October 29, 2015 by

PhD student Deepthi Gopal and lecturer Wendell Kimper recently presented their work at the AMP (Annual Meeting in Phonology) conference, in Vancouver. Deepthi had a poster on Typological and structural aspects of nasal-lateral assimilations, and Wendell gave a talk on Asymmetrical generalisation of harmony triggers.

Meanwhile, PhD student Fernanda Barrientos went to the Modelling Variability in Speech workshop in Stuttgart, to present a poster on The role of the L1 phonemic inventory in L2 category creation: effects of L2-to-L1 mapping in perception of nonnative contrasts.

Featured image: Vancouver panorama, from the AMP website.