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Peter Birkholz

Junior Professorship in Cognitive Systems
Institute of Acoustics and Speech Communication, Technical University Dresden, Germany
Visual biofeedback of speech movements by electro-optical stomatography.

Francesco Cangemi

Researcher
University of Cologne, Germany
The role of canonical forms in memory (and in the history of linguistics).

Joanne Cleland

Lecturer, Speech and Language Therapy
University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK
Using Visual Biofeedback to Teach Children with Speech Sound Disorders New Articulations

Marion Dohen

Associate professor
Gipsa-Lab, Grenoble INP and Grenoble Alpes University, France
Manual gestures in communication, language and speech development

Simon Hanslmayr

Reader in Cognitive Neuroscience
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK
Searching for memory in brain waves – The synchronization/desynchronization Conundrum

Ian S. Howard

Associate Professor
Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems, Plymouth University, UK
Learning motor actions for speech production

Leonardo Lancia

Researcher at CNRS
Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie (CNRS – Sorbonne nouvelle), Paris, France
Balancing stability and flexibility in speech perception: paradigms, data and models

Edwin Maas

Assistant Professor
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA
Principles of motor learning: What are they and do they work for speech motor learning?

Aude Noiray

Principal Investigator
University of Potsdam, Linguistics Department, Germany
Acquisition of spoken language proficiency in relation to phonological and speech motor control developments

Amélie Rochet-Capellan

Researcher at CNRS
Gipsa-Lab, CNRS and Grenoble Alpes University, France
Sensorimotor learning in laboratory and transfer of learning as a way to assess the nature of representations in speech production

Martijn Wieling

Assistant Professor
University of Groningen, Department of Computational Linguistics, the Netherlands
Using generalized additive modeling for analyzing articulography data (and other time series data)