SST 2014

SST2014 will be held in Christchurch, New Zealand
3rd -5th December 2014

Welcome to Christchurch, New Zealand. The Garden City is looking forward to hosting you at SST2014!



Conference programme


Tutorial Day information


Getting around Christchurch

Student prizes

ASSTA New Researcher Awards

How to submit


Keynote Speakers:

Tutorial Day Workshops:

The Tutorial Day will be held at the University of Canterbury on 2nd December 2014.

SST 2014 Organising Committee

  • Lynn Clark, University of Canterbury
  • Donald Derrick, University of Canterbury
  • Jen Hay, University of Canterbury
  • Beth Hume, University of Canterbury
  • Jeanette King, University of Canterbury
  • Megan McAuliffe, University of Canterbury
  • Emma Parnell, University of Canterbury
  • Catherine Theys, University of Canterbury
  • Paul Warren, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Catherine Watson, University of Auckland
  • Kevin Watson, University of Canterbury

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Workshop on the Role of Prosody in Language Learning: Stress, Tone and Intonation

Australian Hearing Hub, 16 University Drive, Macquarie University, Sydney Australia, 8th and 9th December 2014

Keynote Speakers

  • Professor Denis Burnham (MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney)
  • Professor Anne Cutler (MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney)
  • Professor Paul Smolensky (Department of Cognitive Science, Johns Hopkins University)

Invited Speakers

  • Dr Colleen Holt (University of Melbourne)
  • Dr Chigusa Kurumada (University of Rochester)
  • Professor Geraldine Legendre (Johns Hopkins University)
  • Professor Reiko Mazuka (Riken Brain Science Institute)
  • Dr Jason Shaw (MARCS Institute and School of Humanities and Communication Arts, University of Western Sydney)

For further information, including the program and registration, please see:

Public Lecture by Professor Paul Smolensky, Johns Hopkins University
Australian Hearing Hub, 16 University Drive, Macquarie University, Sydney Australia, 9th December 2014, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Computational approaches to mind and brain: How language is profoundly shaped by its neural substrate

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