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  A network newsletter
  for the International Phonetic Association
  and for the Phonetic Sciences

  March 2003


Linda Shockey, University of Reading, UK <[log in to unmask]>
Gerry Docherty, University of Newcastle, UK <[log in to unmask]>
Paul Foulkes, University of York, UK <[log in to unmask]>
Lisa Lim, National University of Singapore <[log in to unmask]>

E-mail address:
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The foNETiks archive can be found on the WWW at:

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  [new ones marked ++]
  [date of first appearance follows]

7 - 9 March 2003. Texas Linguistics Society. Theme: The Dynamics of 
Coarticulation in Speech Production and Perception. The University of 
Texas at Austin, USA. http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~tls/ (10/02)

27 - 29 March 2003. International Colloquium on Prosodic Interfaces.
Nantes, France.
<[log in to unmask]> (06/02)

4 - 5 April 2003. ISCA (International Speech Communication Association)
Tutorial and Research Workshop on Multilingual Spoken Document Retrieval.
Macau. (prior to ICASSP2003 in Hong Kong; see next entry)
http://www.se.cuhk.edu.hk/MSDR/ (10/02)

6 - 10 April 2003. The 28th International Conference on Acoustics,
Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP). Convention & Exhibition Center,
Hong Kong. http://www.eie.polyu.edu.hk/~icassp03/ (12/02)

7 - 11 April 2003. Ecole thmatique de phonologie et de phontique. Ile de
Porquerolles, France. http://www.lpl.univ-aix.fr/~etpp03;
<[log in to unmask]> (10/02)

10 - 12 April 2003. 39th Annual Meeting of Chicago Linguistic Society
http://humanities.uchicago.edu/orgs/cls/ <[log in to unmask]> (01/03)

14 - 16 April 2003. ISCA/IEEE Workshop on Spontaneous Speech Processing
and Recognition. Tokyo, Japan. (after ICASSP2003 in Hong Kong; see entry
above) http://www.sspr2003.com/index.html (12/02)

++ 14 - 16 April, 2003. LAGB Spring Meeting 2003. Sheffield, UK.
[further details below]

18 - 20 April 2003. Phonetics Today: IV International Conference. 
Moscow, Russia. <[log in to unmask]> (11/02)

1 -3 May 2003. 34th Poznan Linguistic Meeting (including a special
panel on "Focus on Accents" <[log in to unmask]> (01/03)

20 - 23 May 2003. NOLISP 03: ISCA (International Speech Communication
Association) Tutorial and Research Workshop on Non-Linear Speech
Processing. Le Croisic, France. <[log in to unmask]> (12/02)

22-24 May, 2003. Manchester Phonology Meeting, University of Manchester,
UK. http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/acadepts/humarts/english/11mfm.html (2/03)

++ 2 - 4 June, 2003. 5th Annual Meeting of the Groupe De Recherche 
Phonologie. Montpellier, France.
http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/acadepts/humarts/english/gdr2003.htm (03/03)
[further details below]

11 - 12 June 2003. Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia. Lisbon, Portugal
<[log in to unmask]> (03/01)

19 - 21 June 2003. Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychology (TENNET
XIV). Universit du Qubec, Montreal, Canada. http://www.tennet.ca;
<[log in to unmask]> (12/02)

27 June, 2003. Speech Dynamics by Ear, Mouth, and Machine. Kyoto, Japan.
<[log in to unmask]> (2/03)
http://www.ieice.or.jp/iss/jpn/sp-200306workshop.htm 1 - 4 July 2003. 
Child Phonology Conference. UBC, Vancouver. 
<[log in to unmask]>; <[log in to unmask]> (09/02; 12/02)

7 - 11 July 2003. Headhood, Contrastivity and Specification; and 
Representations to Constraints and from Constraints to Representations. 
Universit de Toulouse-Le Mirail, Toulouse, France. 
<[log in to unmask]> (11/02)

3 August 2003. Intonation in language varieties - AM approaches. 
Satellite workshop at ICPhS2003 [see next entry]. Universitat de 
Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain. 
http://www.vuw.ac.nz/lals/icphs/intonation_in_varieties.html (10/02)

3 - 9 August 2003. ICPhS2003: The 15th International Congress of 
Phonetic Sciences. Barcelona, Spain.
http://shylock.uab.es/icphs/ (08/01)

6 - 8 August 2003. 2nd International Conference on Speech, Writing and
Context. Osaka, Japan.
<[log in to unmask]> (12/02)

11 - 15 August 2003. Fourth World Congress on Fluency Disorders. 
Montreal, Canada. http://www/ifacongress2003.com (05/02)

28 - 31 August 2003. ISCA (International Speech Communication
Association) Tutorial and Research Workshop: Error Handling in Spoken
Dialogue Systems. Hotel Roc et Neige, Chateau-d'Oex-Vaud, Switzerland.
http://www.speech.kth.se/error/; < [log in to unmask]> (12/02)

1 - 4 September 2003. EUROSPEECH'2003: 8th European Conference on Speech
Communication and Technology. Geneva, Switzerland.
http://www.symporg.ch/eurospeech/ (08/01)

5 - 8 September 2003. DiSS'03: Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech.
Gothenburg, Sweden. http://www.ling.gu.se/konferenser/diss03/ (12/02)

11 - 14 September 2003. 4th UK Language Variation and Change Conference.
University of Sheffield, UK. <[log in to unmask]> (04/02)

8 - 10 October 2003. 2nd International Workshop on the Phonology and
Morphology of Creole Languages. University of Siegen, Germany.
http://www.uni-siegen.de/~engspra/workshop/ (11/02)

++ 9 - 12 October, 2003. 32nd Annual Meeting on New Ways of Analyzing 
Variation (NWAVE32). Philadelphia, PA, USA.
http://www.ling.upenn.edu/NWAVE (03/03)
[further details below]

16 - 18 October, 2003. Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, Albuquerque, New
Mexico, USA. <[log in to unmask]> http://www.unm.edu/~davee/symposium.html 

++ 14 - 16 November, 2003. 6th North West Centre for Linguistics 
Conference: Prosody and Pragmatics. Preston, UK.
http://www.nwcl.salford.ac.uk (03/03)
[further details below]

8 - 10 December 2003. 6th International Seminar on Speech Production. 
Sydney, Australia. http://www.maccs.mq.edu.au/events/2003/issp2003;
http://www.maccs.mq.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/speechprodconf (10/02)

++ 26 - 29 February, 2004. ICPLA: 10th meeting of International Clinical 
Phonetics & Linguistics Association, Lafayette, Louisiana.
[further details below]

11 - 13 March, 2004. Kempelen Memorial Conference, Budapest, Hungary.
<[log in to unmask]> http://www.nytud.hu/kempelen2004 (2/03)

23 - 26 March 2004. Speech Prosody 2004. Nara, Japan.
<[log in to unmask]> (10/02)

29 - 30 March 2004. International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of
Languages - with Emphasis on Tone Languages. Institute of Linguistics,
Beijing, China. <[log in to unmask]> (12/02)

++9 - 11 September, 2004. International Conference on Tone and 
Intonation. Santorini, Greece.
[further details below]


ICPLA10 2004

The 10th meeting of International Clinical Phonetics & Linguistics
Association will take place in Lafayette, Louisiana in 2004, and the
Organising Committee is now issuing the formal Call for Papers.

The Conference will take place from Wednesday night 26 February 2004
until Saturday 29th. An innovation for ICPLA10 will be the introduction
of a fourth plenary lecture, on Wednesday night, just before the
welcoming buffet/reception. This plenary will be presented by Dr John W.
Oller, Jr., and the other plenary speakers will be advertised soon.

ICPLA10 has been timed to allow delegates to attend the Mardi Gras
celebrations in Louisiana just before the conference starts. Mardi Gras
parades and festivities take place, of course, in New Orleans, and Baton
Rouge. But there are also many other towns in the Acadiana region of the
state that hold celebrations. Lafayette itself hosts several parades,
and arrangements will be made with the conference hotel to provide
special rates for delegates deciding to come a day or two early. Full
details on accommodations and costs will be available in the next couple
of months, and members will be e-mailed. Details will also be made
available on the ICPLA website

Call for Papers
We now invite all ICPLA members to submit abstracts for consideration at
ICPLA10. We do also welcome abstracts from non-members. Papers are
welcome all areas of our field.

Abstracts should be submitted electronically to [log in to unmask]
The abstract should be no longer than 350 words; please state whether
you wish the abstract to be considered as an oral presentation (20 mins
+ 10 mins discussion) or a poster, or for either. As with ICPLA9, we
hope to publish selected papers in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics
and Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders.

Please provide abstracts in the following format: title; author(s) and
affiliation(s); text of abstract; references (please keep to minimum);
status (oral / poster / either); name and full postal address of
communicating author, together with phone, fax, and e-mail details.

Please submit abstracts by 30th May 2003. We aim to inform authors of
the reviewers' decisions during July 2003. If you have any queries,
please consult the Organising Committee on [log in to unmask]


International Conference on Tone and Intonation

Short Title: Tone and Intonation
Location: Massaria, Santorini, Greece
Date: 09-Sep-2004 - 11-Sep-2004
Web Site: http://www.let.kun.nl/tie
Contact Person: Carlos Gussenhoven
Meeting Email: [log in to unmask]

Linguistic Subfield(s):
Typology, Psycholinguistics, Phonology, Phonetics, Neurolinguistics,
Language Description

Meeting Description:

The International Conference on Tone and Intonation will be held at
the Santorini Image Hotel in Massaria (Santorini, Greece), 9-11
September 2004. The conference is the closing event of a three-year
scientific exchange programme funded by the European Science
Foundation as the Network 'Tone and Intonation in Europe' (TIE). The
aim of the network has been to stimulate and coordinate research on
the prosody of European languages and language varieties, with special
emphasis on languages that feature lexical tone. The workshops have
been devoted to tonogenesis, experimental procedures, and typology,
and have attempted to embed the discussion of the European languages
in a global typological perspective.

The conference intends to close off the Network programme in the same
spirit, and will thus include contributions dealing with European as
well as non-European languages. While there will be a preference for
papers on the interaction between intonation and lexical tone,
typologically, historically and psycholinguistically oriented work,
including brain imaging research, on either tone or intonation is

Invited speakers:

Gösta Bruce (Lund)
Jack Gandour (Purdue)
José Hualde (Illinois)
Larry Hyman (Berkeley)
Sun-Ah Jun (UCLA)
Shigeki Kaji (Tokyo U Foreign Studies)
John Kingston (UMass)
Bob Ladd (Edinburgh)
David Odden (Chicago)
Lisa Selkirk (UMass)
Hubert Truckenbrodt (Tübingen)
Zendo Uwano (Tokyo)

This announcement also serves as the first call for
abstracts. Abstracts are invited on any of the topics mentioned in the
conference description. They should have no more than 400 words,
excluding bibliographical references and illustrations, and not exceed
two pages. They should either be Word-files or pdf-files and be sent
as email attachments to [log in to unmask] before 1 March 2004.

Network coordinators:
Amalia Arvaniti (Southern California), Gorka Elordieta (Basque
Country), Sónia Frota (Lisbon), Esther Grabe (Oxford), Carlos
Gussenhoven (chair, Nijmegen), Aditi Lahiri (Constance), Tomas Riad
(Stockholm), Norval Smith (Amsterdam)



6th North West Centre for Linguistics Conference: Prosody and

Short Title: 6th NWCL Conference
Location: Preston, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Date: 14-Nov-2003 - 16-Nov-2003
Call Deadline: 23-May-2003

Web Site: http://www.nwcl.salford.ac.uk
Contact Person: Anne Wichmann
Meeting Email: [log in to unmask]

Linguistic Subfield(s): Pragmatics, Phonology, Phonetics

Meeting Description:
Organised by Anne Wichmann (University of Central Lancashire) and
Diane Blakemore (University of Salford)

Invited speakers: Carlos Gussenhoven, Jill House, John Local, Deirdre

The focus in research in prosody has recently moved from intonational
phonology to areas which interface with other domains, most notably
discourse and pragmatics. At the same time, research in pragmatics and
discourse has recognized a need to take account of prosodic
phenomena. In this way, it has become possible to identify a set of
phenomena where research in pragmatics feeds into research in prosody
and vice versa - for example, focus and information structure,
questions about processing units and the identification of an
utterance, the communication of attitudes and emotions, constraints on

The aim of this conference is to provide a forum in which researchers
from prosody and pragmatics can pool their research, and in this way
contribute to a fuller understanding of the role prosody plays in
pragmatic interpretation.


We invite abstracts for papers (30 mins + 10 mins
discussion). Abstracts will be chosen both for the inherent quality of
the particular prosodic/pragmatic analyses they offer and their
potential contribution to the development of the interface between
prosody and pragmatics.

A selection of papers from the conference will be published in a
Special Issue of The Journal of Pragmatics (eds. Anne Wichmann & Diane

Submission of abstracts:
Abstracts must conform to the following guidelines:
_ abstracts must be sent in electronic form (Word, WP, RTF)
_ abstracts must be no longer than 1 page (A4) and typed in a Times
New Roman (12pt) font
_ abstracts must have the title of the paper centred at the top of the page
_ the author's name, affiliation and title of paper must be given on a
separate page (abstracts will be refereed anonymously)


Abstracts must sent in electronic form (Word, WP, RTF) to Anne
Wichmann and Diane Blakemore at the addresses below by 23 May 2003.
You will be notified if your abstract has been accepted by 13 June 2003.
Diane Blakemore <[log in to unmask]>
Anne Wichmann <[log in to unmask]>


5th Annual Meeting of the Groupe De Recherche Phonologie

Location: Montpellier, France
Date: 02-Jun-2003 - 04-Jun-2003
Call Deadline: 05-Apr-2003

Web Site: http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/acadepts/humarts/english/gdr2003.htm
Contact Person: Phil Carr
Meeting Email: [log in to unmask]
Linguistic Subfield(s): Phonology

Meeting Description:

The 5th annual meeting of the Groupe De Recherche (GDR) Phonologie
will take place at the Universite Paul Valery, Montpellier, France,
from 9.00 a.m. on Monday 2nd June 2003 until midday, Wednesday 4th

Universite Paul Valery, Montpellier
Batiment de Recherche et Etudes Doctorales (BRED), Route de Mende

Organisers: Phil Carr, Damien Chabanal, Ksenija Djordjevic, Mohamed
Embarki, Patrick Honeybone

With the support of the GDR Phonology (CNRS 1954; Director: Professor
Bernard Laks) and Dipralang EA 739 (Universite Paul Valery; Director:
Professor Pierre Dumont)

Invited speakers:
Professor Larry Hyman (Berkeley)
Professor Marilyn Vihman (Bangor)

- ------------------------

Scientific Committee: Gabriel Bergounioux (Orleans), Phil Carr
(Montpellier III), Jean-Pierre Chevrot (Grenoble III), Jacques Durand
(Toulouse II), Laurence Labrune (Bordeaux III), Bernard Laks (Paris
X), Jean Lowenstamm (Paris VII)

- ------------------------

Call for Papers

Abstracts are welcome on any area of phonological/phonetic inquiry,
including LabPhon approaches, sociolinguistic approaches, generative
approaches (OT, Lexical Phonology, Government Phonology and others),
acquisition studies, history and philosophy of phonetics/phonology.

Abstracts should be one side of A4 (author's name and details on
separate sheet, please) and should be submitted by email to both Phil
Carr ([log in to unmask]) and Damien Chabanal
([log in to unmask]).

Language of abstracts and papers: French or English.

Time for papers: 30 minutes, plus 10 minutes for questions.

Please use SIL Doulos for phonetic symbols, and send your abstract as
a Word file.

We plan to run a poster session, if there are sufficient numbers of
poster papers offered. Please indicate whether you are prepared, or
would prefer, to offer your paper as a poster.

Deadline for abstracts: 05/04/03

Website: http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/acadepts/humarts/english/gdr2003.htm


32nd Annual Meeting on New Ways of Analyzing Variation

Short Title: NWAVE32
Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States of America
Date: 09-Oct-2003 - 12-Oct-2003
Call Deadline: 01-Jun-2003

Web Site: http://www.ling.upenn.edu/NWAVE
Contact Person: Bill Labov
Meeting Email: [log in to unmask]
Linguistic Subfield(s): Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

NWAVE32 will be held in Philadelphia from October 9th to 12th, 2003.

For more information and the Call for Papers, see the NWAVE32 web
site: http://www.ling.upenn.edu/NWAVE


Linguistic Association of Great Britain Spring Meeting 2003

Short Title: LAGB Spring Meeting 2003
Location: Sheffield, United Kingdom
Date: 14-APR-03 - 16-APR-03

Web Site: http://www.shef.ac.uk/english/language/conferences/lagb/
Contact Person: Claire Cowie
Meeting Email: [log in to unmask]
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Second Circular
The Linguistic Association of Great Britain Spring Meeting 2003 will
take place in the centrally situated city of Sheffield, from 14th -
16th April, 2003. The local organisers are Claire Cowie
([log in to unmask]) and Therese Lindstrom
([log in to unmask]).


University or Organization: The University of Edinburgh
Department: School of Informatics
Rank of Job: Chair of Speech Technology
Specialty Areas: Speech Technology



The University invites applications for a Chair of Speech Technology,
to be held within the School of Informatics. We seek a candidate who
will further develop the strengths of the School, and in particular
the Centre for Speech Technology Research (CSTR), operated jointly
with the School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences
(PPLS). Example areas of interest are: Speech Recognition; Speech
Signal Processing; Speech Synthesis; Statistical Models for Speech and
Language Processing; Spoken Information Extraction and Retrieval.

In addition to outstanding strength in research and scholarship, the
successful candidate should provide leadership and inspiration for
fundamental research in CSTR and the School, encourage the integration
of his/her own research with that of others, and play an active role
in teaching and administration. The appointment is full-time and the
salary will be within the normal professorial salary range.

Edinburgh was the only university in the UK to have achieved a 5*A
rating in Computer Science in the 2001 RAE. With 87 research-active
staff submitted for assessment, it has the UK's biggest research group
in this area. With over 1000 research active staff in 5 or 5* units,
Edinburgh was also 5*-rated in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
(29) and 5-rated in Linguistics (22).

For informal inquiries, contact Professor Mark Steedman (by telephone:
+44 (0)131 650 4631, or e-mail to [log in to unmask]).

Further particulars including details of the application procedure can
be obtained from the World Wide Web at
http://www.informatics.ed.ac.uk/events/vacancies/ or from:

Human Resources
The University of Edinburgh
9 - 16 Chambers Street
Edinburgh EH1 1HT

e-mail: [log in to unmask]
telephone: +44 (0) 131 650 9601

Please quote Ref: 312143

Address for Applications:

        Attn: Human Resources
        The University of Edinburgh
        9 - 16 Chambers Street
        Edinburgh, EH1 1HT
        United Kingdom

        Applications are due by 28-March-2003

Contact Information:
        Prof. Mark Steedman.
        Email: [log in to unmask]
Tel: +44 (0)131 650 4631
        Website: http://www.informatics.ed.ac.uk/events/vacancies/


University or Organization: SSSolutions
Rank of Job: Localization Engineer
Specialty Areas: Phonetics, Phonology, Syntax
Required Language(s):French (Code = FRN);German, Standard (Code = GER)


Assist developers and testers in developing speech recognition engines
for French and German.  Works closely with developers on feature
implementation and checking data for spelling and pronunciation
consistency.  Will work closely with test to assess status and create
test sets.  Provides language assistance for other team members.  Pay
would be $24-27/hr, duration of the job would be up to one year.
Location is Redmond, WA. You must be local or able to relocate at your
expense immediately. No visa or immigration issues.

Skills Required:
Fluency in German, French, and English are required. Must additionally
have linguistic knowledge of French and German (phonetics and
phonology preferred, syntax useful). The ability to script in Perl or
VBScript is a plus. Must have the ability to work independently and as
part of a team. Must be able to communicate effectively with both team
members and subcontractors. Must have excellent problem solving and
time management skills. Must be highly organized and detail oriented.
Bachelor's degree in related field preferred. Excellent verbal and
written communication skills in English required. Must have excellent
problem solving and time management skills. Must be highly organized
and detail oriented. Bachelor's degree in related field
preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in
English required.

Donn Dore
206 264-5514
Discover the Difference

Address for Applications:

        Please Use EMail Address:
        Donn Dore
        [log in to unmask]
Applications are due by 28-Feb-2005

Contact Information:
        Donn Dore.
        Email: [log in to unmask]
Tel: 206 264-5514


Postdoc opportunity at ENST, Paris

ENST (Paris) and LORIA/ISA and LORIA/Speech Group are involed in a 
project aiming at assisting second language acquisition. The first stage 
of this project is to assemble already developed components, a basic 3D 
face model, 2D vocal-tract model, and an acoustic model of the vocal 
tract for speech synthesis, to formulate a coherent speaking head.

We have already developed a basic 3D face model, in addition to 2D 
vocal-tract model, and an acoustic model of the vocal tract for speech 
synthesis. In the 3D model, 65 vertices represent the face; most of them 
located on the lower half of the face where deformations are important. 
Five "articulatory" parameters control the position of these vertices 
during speech production.  Although we obtain a rough human face like 
object by connecting (or meshing) the vertices, it is not adequate for 
the language acquisition purpose. We need a more realistic looking face 
model. We seek therefore a specialist in the image processing who is 
interested in the mapping of face deformations in the rough 
representation onto a generic head model having a much finer mesh 
representation and a texture, such as Poser. The obtained realistic face 
will be combined with the 2D vocal-tract model and the acoustic 
synthesizer to constitute a coherent speaking head. We expect a 
post-doctoral researcher to work for one year in Paris.

Scientific requirement: The candidate must have a Ph.D and a strong 
experience in Computer vision and/or Speech processing (articulatory 
modeling). The candidate will be working in collaboration with members 
of the LORIA/Speech, LORIA/ISA and ENST/TSI group. We expect a 
post-doctoral researcher to work on his/her preferred topics within the 
interest of the project. We would also appreciate and value his/her own 
initiatives in the project.

Web pages of the teams involved:
and http://www.enst.fr/ura/ura-OPERA-3-4.html#Heading123

To know more about this position, contact Dr. Shinji MAEDA, Ecole 
Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Paris, France 
([log in to unmask])

To apply: The closing date for applications 15 mars, 2003. The starting 
date is april 2003. Applicants should send a full CV and supporting 
publications and arrange for two letters of reference to be sent to 
[log in to unmask]:

  Shinji Maeda
  46, rue Barrault
  75634 PARIS CEDEX 13
  Tel: +33 1 45 81 71 91

Duration : one year
Gross wage (before-tax): 21000 EUR/year


University or Organization: University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Department: Dept of Communicative Disorders
Rank of Job: Assistant/Associate Professor
Specialty Areas: Speech Language Pathology


The Department of Communicative Disorders at the University of
Louisiana at Lafayette announces a position for an Assistant/Associate
Professor in Speech and Language Pathology, tenure track position to
begin August 2003.  Responsibilities include teaching doctoral,
graduate and undergraduate courses; conducting research in areas of
expertise; providing service to the department and University
including some clinical supervision.

Required qualifications include a doctoral degree in Communicative
Disorders or related area; the Certificate of Clinical Competence in
Speech-Language Pathology and eligibility for Louisiana license;
evidence of scholarly activity - multiple publications preferred;
expertise in two of the following: augmentative/alternative
communication, multiple handicapped, early intervention, traumatic
brain injury, or phonological and articulatory disorders.  Salary and
rank are dependent upon qualifications and experience.

Nominations or application letter including curriculum vitae and three
letters of recommendation should be sent to Dr. Jack S. Damico, Chair,
QSN Committee, Department of Communicative Disorders, University of
Louisiana at Lafayette, P.O. Box 43170, Lafayette, LA. 70504-3170.
Direct questions to [log in to unmask]

For initial screening, applications must be received by March 21,
2003.  The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. EEO-LA-3-02.

Address for Applications:

        Attn: Dr Jack Damico
        Dept Communicative Disorders,
        P O Box 43170,
        University of Louisiana at Lafayette
        Lafayette, LA 70504-3170
        United States of America

        Applications are due by 21-Mar-2003

Contact Information:
        Dr Jack Damico.
        Email: [log in to unmask]
Tel: 337 482 6721
        Website: http://www.louisiana.edu


PhD studentships at QMUC, Speech and Language Sciences.

Use of ultrasound to measure tongue movements (Ref:SLS1)

Changes in patterns of nonverbal communication associated with old age

Voice quality in Down's Syndrome (Ref:SLS3)

Instrumental approaches to diagnosis and/or treatment of speech 
disorders (Ref:SLS4)

Motor speech control in adult stutterers (Ref:SLS5)

Communication skills in older people with learning difficulties (Ref:SLS6)

and the department site at

The University College is allocating up to eight funded PhD studentships 
of £6,555 p.a (plus a discretionary allowance of up to £1,800 p.a and 
assistance with additional research expenses). Fees will be waived.

In addition we have a range of other bursaries including Martlet 
Scholarships for overseas students, which contribute towards the cost of 
fees and special

QMUC/Lothian University Hospitals NHS Trust jointly funded studentships.

For an application pack please contact: Human Resources on 0131 317 
3291(24 hrs) or e-mail: Margaret Wimberley quoting the appropriate 
reference number.

Completed applications should be returned by Monday 24 March 2003.

University or Organization: Queen's University
Department: Language and Linguistics
Rank of Job: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics, Syntax, Morphology, Semantics,

The Language and Linguistics Program at Queen's University, Kingston,
Canada, invites applications for a limited Term Adjunct appointment of
eight (8) months, commencing September 1, 2003.  A completed Ph.D. is
required.  The candidate will be expected to teach five (5) half
courses in the area of phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics and
topics in morpho-syntax.  The position is subject to budgetary

Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a summary of teaching
experience, and three letters of reference.  The deadline for
completed applications, including letters of reference is April 30,
2003.  Applications and letters of reference should be sent to:

Dr. Mireille Tremblay, Coordinator,
Language and Linguistics,
Queen's University,
Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6.

Academic staff at Queen's are governed by a collective agreement
between the University and the Queen's University Faculty Association,
details of which are posted at http://www.queensu.ca/qufa.  Queen's
University is committed to employment equity and welcomes applications
from all qualified women and men, including visible minorities,
aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and persons from a
diversity of sexual orientations.  In accordance with Canadian
immigration requirements, all qualified candidates are encouraged to
apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given a

Address for Applications:

        Attn: Dr. Mireille Tremblay
        Language and Linguistics,
        Kingston Hall 301
        Queen's University
        Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6

        Applications are due by 30-Apr-2003

Contact Information:
        Dr. Mireille Tremblay.
        Email: [log in to unmask]
Tel: 613-533-2095
        Fax: 613-533-6522


Deadline for inclusion of items in the next foNETiks: 30 March, 2003.

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