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2018 Colloquium Series

Date/timeSpeaker Title & Link to AbstractVenue
30/1/2018
12.00pm - 1.00pm
Dr Gwendolyn Hyslop When “tone” is “voice” and “voice” is tone: tone and tonogenesis in Kurtöp AHH 3.610
26/2/2018 2.00pm - 3.00pm Dr Anna Eva Hallin Language processing and awareness in Swedish-speaking school-age children with and without developmental language disorder AHH 3.610
19/3/2018
11.00am - 12.30pm
Philip Schulz

Variational inference and deep generative models - Part 1

9 Wally's Walk, Room 357
20/3/2018
12.00pm - 1.30pm
Philip Schulz

Variational inference and deep generative models - Part 2

9 Wally's Walk, Room 357
4/6/2018
11.00am-12noon
Peter Anderson Language and vision using deep neural nets AHH 3.610
5/6/2018
2.00pm - 3.00pm
A/Prof Amanda Rysling Preferential early attribution in segmental perception and its consequences for phonology AHH 3.610
5/7/2018
2.00pm - 3.00pm
Prof Emily Bender Articulating how our NLP data and systems do and don't represent the world: Toward mitigating bias and enabling better science 9 Wally's Walk, Room 357
23/7/2018
2.00pm - 3.00pm
Prof Erika Hoff What bilingual children teach us about language development AHH 3.610
24/7/2018
12noon - 1.00pm
Prof Johanne Paradis Bilingual development in children with language and communication disorders from migrant families AHH 3.610
24/7/2018
2.00pm - 3.00pm
Prof Theo Marinis The development of phonological awareness and reading decoding in bilingual children: effects of bilingualism and language dominance AHH 3.610
30/7/2018
11.00am - 12noon
Prof Mark Steedman A formal universal of natural language grammar AHH 3.610
1/8/2018
2.30pm - 3.30pm
Prof Bonnie Webber Discourse coherence: Concurrent explicit and implicit relations AHH 3.610
11/9/2018
11.00am - 12noon
Dr James Grama, Dr Simón GonzálezExpanding the study of linguistic variation through forced alignmentAHH 3.610
26/9/2018
3.00pm - 4.00pm
Dr Alison HolmWhat do we know about speech sound disorders in bilingual children?AHH 3.610
16/10/2018
11.00am - 12noon
Prof Niels SchillerMorphological processing in speech production: The case of compoundingAHH 3.610
21/11/2018
11.00am- 12noon
Dr Vitória Piai Language and speech functioning through an electrophysiological lensAHH 3.610
17/12/2018
2.00pm - 3.00pm
E/Prof Tom WasowWhy are natural languages so ambiguous?AHH 3.610

2018 Workshops/Conferences

DateInvited SpeakersTitle and link to further information/registrationVenue
23/4/2018-24/4/2018

Prof Xu Hai Guangdong

Prof Rosemary Clerehan

Prof Lynda Yates

Medical Terms and their Contexts of UseDelbridge Room 558,
Level 5, SW12 (C5A)
26/7/2018-27/7/2018

Prof Erika Hoff

Prof Theo Marinis

Dr Carmel O'Shannessy

Prof Johanne Paradis

Prof Gillian Wigglesworth

Current Issues in Child Bilingual DevelopmentAHH Level 1 Lecture Theatre
12/9/2018Dr Simón González
Dr James Grama
Keeping up to date with forced alignment: the Montreal Forced AlignerAHH Level 3 
Room 3.610
3/12/2018Dr Martijn Wieling

CLaS-CCD Workshop on analyzing dynamic phonetic data using generalized additive mixed modelling

AHH Level 3
Room 3.610

2018 Public Lectures

DateSpeakerTitle and link to further informationVenue
24/4/2018
12noon - 1:00pm
Professor Scott Johnson
University of California Los Angeles
Mechanisms of statistical learning in infancyAHH Level 1 Lecture
Theatre
   

2017 Workshops/Conferences

Date/timeInvited Speakers Title & Link for further informationVenue
8/3/2017
  • Professor Katherine Demuth (Macquarie University)
  • Associate Professor Mridula Sharma (Macquarie University)
  • Professor Gillian Wigglesworth  (University of Melbourne)
  • Dr Anna Stephen (University of Melbourne)
The relationship between Indigenous children's ear health and phonological awareness in remote communitiesAHH 3.610
7/11/2017-8/11/2017
  • Dr Jill Duncan (The University of Newcastle, Australia)
  • Dr Megan Gilliver (National Acoustic Laboratories, Sydney, Australia)
  • Dr Fiona Kyle (City University of London, UK)
  • Professor Amy R Lederberg (Georgia State University, USA)
  • Professor Greg Leigh (Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, Sydney, Australia)
Maximising the potential for proficient reading in young people with hearing loss: What does the evidence tell usAHH Level 1 Lecture Theatre
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