|8 Apr 2002 - 10 Apr 2002||All day||Aix-en-Provence, France|
TIPS is an interdisciplinary conference whose unifying focus is temporal integration of different types of sensory information in the perception and understanding of speech. Central questions concern the dynamics of speech perception, especially how the listener combines short-domain and long-domain acoustic cues to a phonemic distinction, and the nature of the perceptual "glue" that allows different chunks of acoustic information to hold together as the speech signal is processed.
TIPS is dedicated to the memory of Peter Jusczyk.
Invited speakers: Peter Bailey, Nathalie Bedoin, Cathi Best, Alain de Cheveigné, Anne Christophe, John Coleman, Martin Cooke, Chris Darwin, Jean-François Démonet, Gerry Docherty, Carolyn Drake, Gareth Gaskell, Stephen Goldinger, David Gow, Steven Greenberg, Stephen Grossberg, Michel Habib, Sarah Hawkins, Chris Kello, Simon King, John Laver, Björn Lindblom, John Local, Françoise Macar, Maria Mody, Brian Moore, Lynne Nygaard, Robert Port, Robert Remez, Stuart Rosen, Shihab Shamma, Betty Tuller.
TIPS is an ISCA International Tutorial and Research Workshop. The main sponsors are the CNRS and the British Academy, together with support from l’Université de Provence, the University of Cambridge, and Clare Hall, Cambridge.