Established in 2012, the Phonology Laboratory (OEM708) nurtures student research in the technical aspects of linguistics. It also supports various projects led by faculty members and is a platform for cross-institutional collaborative research in the area of phonetics and phonology.
(a) Planning an eye-tracking experiment (top) and a lab meeting led by undergraduate researchers (bottom)
(b) One of the two sound-attended rooms, with equipment and software for acoustic research and data analysis.
(c) Equipment for studying speech production: Electropalatograph (EPG), useful in investigating the contact between the hard palate and the tongue (top), and Ultrasound, useful in non-invasive measurement of articulatory gestures (bottom).
(d) Equipment for studying auditory and perceptory aspect of speech: Eye-tracking system, useful for measuring eye position/movement during language processing such as reading and listening (top), and Paradigm™, a software for designing and running of linguistic experiments (bottom).
For use of the laboratory, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.