SST 2014

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

Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to making SST 2014 such a fun event.

 

Conference Proceedings

(pdf file)

Registration

 

Tutorial Day information

Conference programme

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: http://mq.edu.au/wapsti

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

For further information, including registration, please see: ling.mq.edu.au/paul-smolensky

 

 

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