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Anneliese Kelterer studied general linguistics in Graz (2010-2015, 2018-present) and linguistics and phonetics in Lund (2015-2018). Her research interests are the phonetics and phonology of spontaneous speech, conversational speech, Austrian German varieties and under-described languages. For her master’s thesis, she conducted a field trip to Mexico in 2017 to investigate the phonology of Chichimec (Oto-Manguean family), which was funded by the Birgit Rausing Language Programme. In 2019, she started her PhD on prosody in Austrian conversational speech in the research project Cross-layer language models for conversational speech (supervisor: Dina El Zarka, project leader: Barbara Schuppler).
- Conference paper Zarka D., Kelterer A. & Schuppler B. (2020) An analysis of prosodic prominence cues to information structure in Egyptian Arabic. in Proceedings of Interspeech 2020 (pp. 1883-1887). [more info] [doi]
- Conference paper Linke J., Kelterer A., Dabrowski M., Zarka D. & Schuppler B. (2020) Towards automatic annotation of prosodic prominence levels in Austrian German. in Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2020 (pp. 1000 - 1004). [more info] [doi]
- Conference paper Schuppler B. & Kelterer A. (2020) Developing an Annotation System for Communicative Functions for a Cross-Layer ASR System. in ESSLLI Workshop "Integrating Perspectives on Discourse Annotation". [more info]
- Journal article Kelterer A. & Schuppler B. (2020) Phonation type contrasts and tone in Chichimec. in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 147(4), p. 3043-3059. [more info] [doi]
- Abstract Kelterer A. & Schuppler B. (2019) Phonationstypen im Chichimeco: akustische Korrelate und Herausforderungen.. [more info]
- Conference paper Kelterer A. & Schuppler B. (2019) Acoustic Correlates of Phonation Type in Chichimec. in Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2019 (pp. 1981-1985). [more info]
- Conference paper Kelterer A., Ambrazaitis G. & House D. (2018) Head beats as pitch-accompanying visual correlates of primary and secondary lexical stress: evidence from Stockholm Swedish compounds.. (pp. 124 - 128).