Call for Papers & Important Dates

Dear authors, please note that there is currently an ongoing call for papers.
 
 
IMPORTANT DATE:
01 Aug 2021:       Full-paper submission deadline (will NOT be extended!) 
05 Sep 2021:       Notification of acceptance (revised papers can be resubmitted until after the conference) 
03 Oct 2021:        Early bird registration deadline 
02-04 Dec 2021: SEFOS II conference 
27 Feb 2022:       Deadline for the resubmission of revised full papers 


 


       

SEFOS II has teamed up with the proceedings branch of deGruyter, "Sciendo", to publish widely visible (open access) article-length proceedings papers (10-15 pages including figures and references or about 5,000-7,000 words). The paper template is available here: doc
The SEFOS II proceedings will be submitted to major indexing services, such as DOAJ, Publons, Web of Science (CPCI), Semantic Scholar, Google Scholar, etc. 
 


 
SELECTION OF SCIENTIFIC AREA TOPICS
 
- Coarticulation within and across the segment-prosody divide
- Inter-individual differences in the production and perception of articulation and prosody
- Effects of age, gender and other speaker-specific features on patterns of articulation and prosody
- Cross-linguistic comparisons of patterns of articulation and prosody
- Patterns of articulation of prosody in first and foreign language acquisition
- How environmental/adverse conditions shape articulation and prosody
- (Dis)Entrainment and other conversational effects on articulation and prosody
- Interplay of articulation and prosody in conveying communicative meanings and functions
- Interplay and representation of articulation and prosody in speech technology
- Interplay of articulation and prosody in speech perception
- Articulation and prosody in multimodal communication
- Effects of speaking styles on the production and perception of articulation and prosody
- Articulation and prosody in human-machine interaction
- Corpora, tools, and devices related to (an integrative) articulation and prosody research
- Annotation or analysis methods related to (an integrative) articulation and prosody research