USC Phonetics and Phonology Group
Hosted by the University of Southern California
What does the USC Phonetics & Phonology Group do?
We study how the sound patterns of languages shape the form of words and phrases (phonology), and
What the articulatory, acoustic, and perceptual characteristics of those sounds are and how they are produced and processed (phonetics).
Mairym Llorens Monteserín won first
place in the Speech Communication student poster
competition at the New Orleans Acoustical Society of
American meeting for her poster "Verbal tic grouping and
duration in the speech of a person with
Here's a picture of Professor Byrd, Miran
Oh, Sarah Harper, and Cynthia Lee at the December ASA
and Fall 2017
The SoCal Hearing Research Meeting
will be at UC Riverside on Saturday, September 23 from
8:30am–5pm. Further info can be found at http://socalhearing.ucr.edu/
Peter Guekguezian has accepted a
post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Rochester.
Brian Hsu is now a postdoctoral
scholar at the University of North Carolina, Chapel
Samantha Gordon Danner has
successfully defended her dissertation "Effects of
communicative task on the relation between vocal tract
and manual gestures."
Khalil Iskarous has been promoted to
Associate Professor of Linguistics with tenure.
USC Linguistics Facebook Page with current departmental activities