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Proceedings of the 12th ISSP

The Proceedings of the 12th International Seminar on Speech Production have been published through Haskins Press in online book form, and are available from here.

Thanks to all for helping make this virtual conference a success!

We have now all learned that creating an error-free video presentation is hard. In lieu of the usual conference group photo, please share your favorite bloopers, screen shots, or other ephemera to the conference blooper reel Discord channel (thanks Miriam & Phil for the suggestion!).

The ISSP 2020 Outstanding Student Presentation Awards:

1st Place
Miriam Oschkinat Adaptation to Temporal Auditory Feedback Perturbation and its Relation to General Motor Stability and Auditory Acuity

2nd Place
Dzhuma Abakarova Articulatory Strategies and Coarticulatory Patterns Across Age
Milica Janić Vowel Production in Congenitally Blind and Sighted Australian English Speakers
Miran Oh Velum-Oral Timing and its Variability in Korean Nasal Consonants
Hannah Rowe Profiling Speech Motor Control: Validation of Novel and Existing Acoustic Features
Elina Rubertus Anticipatory and Carryover Coarticulation Share a Smilar Origin: Evidence from Child Speech

Welcome to ISSP 2020 Online

ISSP was launched in 1988 in Grenoble with the aim of providing an interdisciplinary forum for researchers working on all aspects of speech production, with subsequent iterations in Leeds (1990), Old Saybrook (1993), Autrans (1996), Kloster Seeon (2000), Sydney (2003), Ubatuba (2006), Strasbourg (2008), Montreal (2011), Cologne (2014), and Tianjin (2017). While unfortunately our original plans to hold the 2020 meeting in Providence are no longer feasible, we are excited to invite you to participate in the first fully virtual instance of the ISSP.

Please click here for the Interactive Program of the meeting.

Please click here to enter the ISSP Gather.Town environment (please see this guide for instructions).

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Topics of interest for this meeting include but are not limited to coarticulation, prosody, speech neuroscience, disordered speech, speech in aging populations, speech development, phonetic convergence, articulatory synthesis, acoustic-to-articulatory inversion, speech motor control, biomechanical modeling, instrumental techniques, speech technology, co-speech gesturing, and perturbation-induced plasticity.

We look forward to welcoming you online for this latest iteration of the ISSP!

    Mark Tiede
    Doug Whalen
    Vince Gracco