Research Priming Fund Success

A group including myself, George Bailey, Amelia Gully, Eleanor Chodroff (Linguistics), Helena Daffern (Electronic Engineering), and Nick Pears (Computer Science) have been awarded Research Priming funding by the University of York to purchase an electromagnetic articulograph and ultrasound. The equipment will be used to explore shared interests in understanding and modelling the vocal tract for a range of different applications. The aim is that the equipment will facilitate collaborative research across departments in the future.

More information can be found here.

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