(Updated on Sept. 27, 2015.)





[Keynote lecture] Chair: Shin-ichiro Sano, 13:30 -

Andries Coetzee (University of Michigan)

"Modeling phonological variation" [abstract]

[Poster session 1] 14:40 -

Group A:

1. Kaoru Tomita (Yamagata University)

"Visualization of vowel spaces in language learning" [abstract]

2. Richard Gananathan (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

"The Productivity of Postnasal Voicing in Japanese" [abstract]

3. Jack Takahashi Mao

"Clear Speech Effects on Japanese Short and Long Vowels"[cancelled]

4. Guan-Nan Jiang (National Chung Cheng University)

"Learning Biases and Weight-Sensitive Stress" [abstract]

5. Shuangshuang Hu (Utrecht University)

"Online processing of lexical pitch-accent by Korean learners of Japanese" [abstract]

6. Gabor Pinter (Kobe University) & Hiroki Watanabe (Kobe University)

"Perceptual model evaluation using non-categorical data: A case study with Japanese sibilants" [abstract]

Group B:

7. Takashi Otake (E-Listening Laboratory)

"Can Japanese preschoolers recognize embedded words?" [abstract]

8. Hijo Kang (Chosun University) & Mira Oh (Chonnam National University)

"Laryngeal coocurrence restriction in Korean" [abstract]

9. Tsung-Ying Chen (National Chung Cheng University)

"Probabilistic Selection of Input in Diachronic Mandarin Tone 3 Reduction" [abstract]

10. Michinao Matsui (Osaka Health Science University)

"On the effect of the fricative vowels in the adaptation of English voiceless fricatives in Japanese" [abstract]

11. Anastasia Karlsson (Lund University)

"F0 timing in two verb-initial Formosan languages" [abstract]

12. Wong Yee Ping (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

"Difference in comprehensibility of spontaneous and read speech of Japanese" [abstract]

[Oral session] Chair: Seunghun Lee, 16:00 -

1. Hyun Kyung Hwang (NINJAL)

"The role of perceived similarity and contrast: English loanwords into Korean and Japanese" [abstract]

2. Shin-ichiro Sano (Keio University)

"Studying phonological variation using the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese" [abstract]

3. Jason Shaw (MARCS Institute, Keio University)

"Some consequences of micro-prosody for phonetic variation" [abstract]


[Keynote lecture] Chair: Michael Kenstowicz, 10:00 -

Sun-Ah Jun (UCLA)

"Interactions between word prosody, prominence type, and macro-rhythm" [abstract]

[Oral session] Chair: Reiko Mazuka, 11:20 -

4. Kumiko Sato (Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies)

"Prosody of the sentences with indeterminate words in Nagasaki Japanese" [abstract]

5. Tomoyuki Kubo (Kyushu University)

"WH-prosody and compound"

[Oral session] Chair: Clemens Poppe, 13:30 -

6. Yuki Hirose (The University of Tokyo)

"Predictive processing of compounds in adults and six to seven- year- old children" [abstract]

7. Yosuke Igarashi (Hitotsubashi University)

"Word tones at the sentence level in the Ikema dialect of Miyako Ryukyuan" [abstract]

[Poster session 2] 14:40 -

Group A:

13. Markus A. Pöchtrager (Boğaziçi University)

"What's in a cluster?" [abstract]

14. Albert Lee (University of Hong Kong) & Yi Xu (University College London)

"Conditional realisation of post-focus compression in Japanese" [abstract]

15. Chihkai Lin (University of Hawai'i)

"Special tone sandhi in Taiwan Southern Min and Taiwan Hakka" [abstract]

16. Sweta Sinha (National Institute of Technology)

"Word Stress and Rhythm in Magahi" [not presented]

17. Kyung-Ae Choi (Mokwon University)

"A study on the replacement of [p]~[h] between Korean and Japanese" [abstract]

18. Jeroen Breteler (University of Amsterdam)

"Saghala Tone is Foot-Driven" [abstract]

Group B:

19. Carolina Jorge Trujillo (University of La Laguna) & Josefa Dorta Luis (University of La Laguna)

"Approach to prosodic labeling within the framework of the autosegmental-metrical model" [abstract]

20. Gakuji Kumagai (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

"The Too-many-solutions Problem on English Word-initial sC Clusters" [abstract]

21. Thanasak Sirikanerat (Tohoku Univerisity) & Chawadon Ketkaew (Chulalongkorn University)

"Tonal assignment on English loanwords in Thai: A case study of assignment of Mid and High tone on syllable structure" [abstract]

22. Hiroko Hirano (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) & Nobuaki Minematsu (The University of Tokyo)

"An Online Prosodic Reading Tutor “Suzuki-kun” ―Visualization of Hidden Prosodic Information of Japanese Speech―" [abstract]

23. Kentaro Suganuma (Kyushu University / JSPS)

"The indexed faithfulness approach cannot capture the phonological differences between native words and loanwords in Modern Uyghur" [abstract]

24. Jane Tsay (National Chung Cheng University)

"A cross-modality study of prosody in Mandarin and Taiwan Sign Language" [abstract]

[Oral session] Chair: Tim Vance, 16:00 -

8. Haruo Kubozono (NINJAL)

"Focus prosody in Kagoshima Japanese" [abstract]

[Keynote lecture] Chair: Tim Vance, 16:30 -

Caroline Féry (Goethe University Frankfurt am Main)

"Phrase languages in the typology of intonational systems" [abstract]


[Keynote lecture] Chair, Hideki Zamma, 10:00 -

Bruce Hayes (UCLA)

"Learning-theoretic generative phonetics with maxent: a Hausa example" [abstract]

[Oral session] Chair: Yukiko Sugiyama, 11:20 -

9. Donna Erickson (Sophia University), Shigeto Kawahara (Keio University), Jeff Moore (Sophia University), Atsuo Suemitsu (JAIST) & Ian Wilson (The University of Aizu)

"Jaw displacement patterns reflect metrical structure" [abstract]

10. Seunghun Lee (ICU & The University of Johannesburg), Jeremy Perkins (The University of Aizu) & Julián Villegas (The University of Aizu)

"Acoustic methods in the study of tone: applications to Du’an Zhuang and Burmese" [abstract]

11. Andrew Martin (Konan University, RIKEN BSI), Keiichi Tajima (Hosei University), & Reiko Mazuka (RIKEN BSI)

"Function word reduction in infant-directed Japanese" [abstract]