Jonathan Harrington is Professor of Phonetics and Digital Speech Processing and Director of the IPS, University of Munich. He joined the Institute of Phonetics at the Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich in October 2006. His research interests are in experimental phonetics, laboratory phonology, speech database development, and sound change.
A list of publications can be found here.
Information on teaching can be found here.
Current major projects
- SoundAct: The actuation of sound change. European Research Council Advanced grant (2023-2028, project no. 101053194).
- InterAccent: Human interaction and the evolution of spoken accent. European Research Council Advanced grant (2017-2023, project no. 742289).
- Nasal coarticulation and sound-change: a real-time MRI study. German Research Council grant (2017-2022 with J. Frahm, Göttingen, and P. Hoole, Munich; grant no. HA 3512/15-1).
Completed major projects
- PhonLab: A clinical phonetics laboratory service: diagnostics of speech impairment via the web. European Research Council proof--of-concept grant. (2017-2018, project no. 737552).
- SCATS: Sound change and the acquisition of speech. European Research Council Advanced Grant (2012-2017, project no. 295573).
- VW-Stiftungs-Project: P A G E – Prosodic and Gestural Entrainment in Conversational Interaction across Diverse Languages
Institut für Phonetik und Sprachverarbeitung, LMU, Schellingstr. 3, D 80799 München, Germany
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