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A Group of People Curious About Patterns in Speech.

Speech is grounded in the relation between how we perceive sound and how we control articulation. Students and faculty in the Cornell Phonetics Lab conduct research to better understand how speech patterns arise and change over time.


Research Spotlight

Francesco Burroni

Lexical Tone Acquisition in Children

2020

Dan Burgdorf

Phonetic Expression of Glides & High Vowels via Realtime Auditory Feedback

2020

Kaelyn Lamp

Predicting the amplitude envelope with interpretable models: Testing whether stress and sonority manifest as intensity variation

2020


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Katherine Blake

Grad Student

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30th November 2020 11:30 AM

Automatic Movie Analysis and Summarization via Turning Point Identification

Movie analysis is an umbrella term for many tasks aiming to automatically interpret, extract, and summarize the content of a movie. Potential applications include generating shorter versions of scripts to help with the decision making process in a production company, enhancing movie recommendation engines, and notably generating movie previews.<...


Location: Colloquium Link

3rd December 2020 02:00 PM

Creating an Effective CV (Curriculum Vitae) - lecture by Dr. Jean-luc Doumont

Please join us on Thu 3 Dec at 20:00 CET (2PM Eastern Standard Time) for ‘Creating an effective curriculum vitae’, a classic communication lecture by Dr Jean-luc Doumont for students and professionals at ...


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    26th October 2020

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    17th October 2020

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    16th October 2020

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The Cornell Phonetics Lab welcomes students with diverse backgrounds and interests. Prospective graduate students are encouraged to read more about the Cornell Linguistics Department application procedures.