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Seminars

Introduction
This seminar series explores speech perception and speech production by humans and machines. Presentations are given by members of the Speech Communication Group and also by distinguished speech researchers from other academic, medical, and corporate institutions.

Presentations will typically take place on Wednesdays from 1.30 to 2.30 pm at MIT in room 36-428 on the 4th floor of building 36, located at 50 Vassar Street in Cambridge, about a 10 minute walk from the Kendall/MIT Red Line stop. On coming out of the elevator in building 36, turn to the right and turn right into the corridor for the Research Laboratory of Electronics. Room 36-428 is on the right hand side of that corridor. Refreshments will be served 15 minutes before the talk.


list of speakers

 

SPRING 2007 SCHEDULE
Date Speaker Topic Additional information
21 Feb 2007 Om D. Deshmukh Speech enhancement Abstract
28 Feb 2007 Takayuki Ito Cutaneous afferent information Abstract
14 Mar 2007 Sorin Dusan Vocal tract length Abstract
21 Mar 2007 Ken Stevens Quantal theory and enhancement Abstract
4 Apr 2007 Khalil Iskarous
11 Apr 2007 Alec Marantz MEG and Morphology
18 Apr 2007 Susan Voss Otoacoustic Emissions
25 Apr 2007 Rhea Paul Auditory Preferences in Toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorders
2 May 2007 Kiyoshi Honda
9 May 2007 Adam Albright

 









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