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Dr. Aude Noiray

Principal Investigator

 

Campus Golm
Building 14, Room 2.05

Linguistics Department
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 24-25
14476 Potsdam

 

consulting hours
by appointment

About Me

My research currently focuses on the development of spoken language in children, using behavioral, acoustic and articulatory measurements. A main interest is to track the maturation of speech motor control together with phonological & lexical developments.

Other domains of interests regard 1) the link between spoken language & reading acquisition, 2) speech planning both in adults and children 3) the relation between speech production & perception and how this relation develops with age.
To read more about our current studies, please visit Projects.

Aside research, I love travelling around the world and hiking. There is nothing more energising and relaxing for me than being in the mountains. In the past six years, I have also become a passionate dancer. Thanks to dance, I have developed a new perspective on both language and motor control and I can better appreciate how the body stands as a universal communication tool.

Weblinks

haskins.yale.edu/staff/noiray.html   researchgate.net/profile/Aude_Noiray

Research affiliations

Research affiliate Haskins Laboratories
Associate Member Laboratoire de Phonétique de l’UQAM, Montréal

Education

2015-now: Researcher, University of Potsdam, Germany
2012-2014: Post-doc, University of Potsdam, Germany
2007-2012Post-doc, Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, USA
Febr. 2008: Doctorate, Language Sciences (magna cum laude), GIPSA lab Stendhal University, Grenoble, France

Recent teaching

Summers & Winters 2015, 2016, 2017: Invited talks in M.Sc. Linguistics, EMCL, IECL; Bs. Linguistics
  Selected Topics in Language Acquisition
  Typical and atypical language acquisition
  Development of speech production
  Fondation for scholarly work

          Summer 2012-2014Lecturer, Bs. Linguistics
            Selected Topics in Language Acquisition
            Typical and atypical language acquisition

          From 2004- 2007: Lecturer, Bs. Language Sciences Dep., Stendhal University, Grenoble
            Phonetic-Phonology I: Language development from birth to first words
            Phonetic-Phonology II: Articulatory phonetics; consonant systems of the world’s languages
            Textual practices (oral and written communication)

          Supervision

          Current:
            PhD candidates: Dzhuma Abakarova, Stella Krüger, Elina Rubertus 
            Ms. students: Adi Bocian, Lisa Hintermeyer, Jennifer Sander, Ryssa Moffat (co-supervized with M. Wieling)
            Bs. students: Isabella Helbig 
            Interns: Olivia Taylor

          Past:
            2016-2017: Ms. student: Dzhuma Abakarova; Bs student: Gwendolyn Kaiser 
            2015: Ms. student: Elina Rubertus
            2014: Bs. students: Elina Rubertus; Julia Hartel 

          Research grants & scholarships

            2018- : Understanding spoken language organization in the first decade of life (Principal investigator, DFG)
            2017: Grant for the organization of international scientific events , conference Ultrafest VIII 
            2014- 2017: New methodologies for investigating the development of coarticulation in children (Principal  investigator, DFG).
            2015- 2019: PredictAble (Investigator, Marie Curie ITN).
            Nov 2003- 2006: Merit-based PhD scholarship (MENRT, France)

          Recent publications

            Peer reviewed Journals

          Noiray, A., Wieling, M., Abakarova, D., Rubertus,& Tiede, M. (submitted). Back from the future: nonlinear anticipation in adults and children´s speech.

          Rubertus, E., Noiray, A. (PLOS one, in revision). On the development of gestural organization: A cross-sectional study of long-distance anticipatory coarticulation.

          Abakarova, D., Noiray, A, & Iskarous, K. (Journal of Acoustical Society of America, in revision). Quantifying lingual coarticulation in German using Mutual Information: an ultrasound study. 

          Noiray, A., Abakarova, D., Rubertus, Krüger, S. (2018). How children organise their speech in the first years of life? Insight from ultrasound imagingJournal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.

          Noiray A., Iskarous K., & Whalen D-H. (2014). Variability in English vowels is comparable in articulation and acoustics. Laboratory Phonology, 5(2), 271-288. PMID: 25101144

          Noiray A., Ménard L., & Iskarous K. (2013). The Development of Motor Synergies in Children: Ultrasound and Acoustic Measurements. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 133 (1), 444-452. . DOI: 10.1121/1.4763983

          Ménard L., & Noiray A. (2011). The development of lingual gestures in speech: Comparing synthesized vocal tracts with natural vowels. Fait de Langue, 37, 189-202. PMID: 25383006

          Noiray A., Cathiard M-A., Ménard L., & Abry C. (2011). Test of the Movement Expansion Model: Anticipatory vowel lip protrusion and constriction in French and English speakers. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 129 (1), 340-349. DOI:10.1121/1.3518452

            Conference proceedings

          Tserkezis, S., Ries, J., Noiray, A (2017). Lingual coarticulation in German typical versus reading disordered children. Ultrafest 8, October 4-6, Potsdam.

          Noiray, A., Abakarova, D., Rubertus, E., & Ries, J. (2017). How does the tongue learn to speak a language fluently? A cross-sectional study in German. Speech Motor Control, Groningen, July 7th.

          Abakarova, D., Iskarous, K., Ries, J., & Noiray, A. (2017). Quantifying lingual coarticulation versus in GermanAbstraction, Diversity, and Speech Dynamics, Munich, May 3rd.

          Krüger, S., Noiray, A, & Ries, J. (2017). The development of vowel space in German speaking childrenAbstraction, Diversity, and Speech Dynamics, Munich, May 3rd

          Noiray, A., Abakarova, D., Rubertus, E., & Ries, J. (2017). On the domain of intra-syllabic coarticulation in German childrenAbstraction, Diversity, and Speech Dynamics, Munich, May 3rd.

          Rubertus, E., Abakarova, D., Ries, J., & Noiray, A. (2017). Comparing coarticulatory directions in child speech. Proceedings of PaPe, Cologne

          Rubertus, E., Abakarova, D., Ries, J., & Noiray, A. (2016). Anticipatory V-to-V Coarticulation in German PreschoolersProceedings of P&P 12, Munich, Oct 12-14.

          Noiray, A., Abakarova, D., Rubertus, E., Iskarous, K., Ries, J., & Tiede, M (2016). Coarticulation magnitude in German childrenLabphon 15, Ithaca, July 15th.

          Noiray, AAbakarova, D., Rubertus, E., & Mooshammer, C. (2016). Lexical and phonological effects on word planning in English childrenLabphon 15Satellite Speech planning and production in children, Ithaca, July 13th.

          Noiray, ARubertus, E., & Mooshammer, C. (2016). Phonological competition in young learners of EnglishLabphon 15Satellite Speech planning and production in children, Ithaca, July 13th.

          Noiray, A., Ries, J., & Tiede, M. (2015). Sonographic & Optical Linguo-Labial Articulation Recording system (SOLLAR), Ultrafest VII, Hong Kong, Dec 8-10.

          Rubertus, E., Abakarova, D., Ries, J., Tiede, M., & Noiray, A. (2015). Development of coarticulation in German children: Acoustic and articulatory locus equationsUltrafest VII, Hong Kong, Dec 8-10.

          Abakarova, D., Iskarous, K., Ries, J., Tiede, M., & Noiray, A (2015). Development of coarticulation in German children: Mutual Information as a measure of coarticulation and invarianceUltrafest VII, Hong Kong, Dec 8-10.

          Rubertus, E., Noiray, A., & Mooshammer, C. (2015). Speech planning in preschoolers’ picture naming. Proceedings Workshop on Infant Language Development, Stockholm, Sweden, p. 155.

          Whalen, D. H., Shaw, P. A., Noiray, A., & Antony, R. (2011). Analogs of Tahltan consonant harmony in English CVC syllables. In W.-S. Lee & E. Zee (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 2129-2132). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.

          Whalen D.H., Noiray, A., Iskarous K., & Bolanos L. (2009). Relative contribution of jaw and tongue to the vowel height dimension in American English. Acoustics’09, San Antonio, Oct. 26-30.

          Kavitskaya D., Iskarous K., Noiray, A., & Proctor, M. (2008). Trills and palatalization: Consequences for sound change. Proceedings of the 17 th Meeting of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics, Yale University, May 9-11.

          Noiray, A, Iskarous K., & Whalen D.H. (2008). Tongue-jaw synergy in vowel height production: Evidence from American English. Proceedings of 8th International Speech Production Seminar, Strasbourg, Dec. 8-12.

            Book chapters

          Noiray, A., Cathiard MA., Abry C. & Ménard L. (2010). Lip Rounding Anticipatory Control: Crosslinguistically Lawful and Ontogenetically Attuned. Speech Motor Control: New developments in basic and applied research, ed. Ben Maassen & Pascal H.H.M. van Lieshout, Oxford University Press. 153-171.

          Noiray, A., Cathiard MA., Ménard L. & Abry C. (2008). Emergence of a vocalic gesture control: Attunement of the anticipatory rounding temporal pattern in French children. Emergence of language Abilities, ed. Sophie Kern, Frédérique Gayraud et Egidio Marsico, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 100-116.

          Noiray, A., Iskarous K., & Whalen D.H. (2008). Tongue-jaw synergy in vowel height production: Evidence from American English. Proceedings of 8th International Speech Production Seminar, Strasbourg, France, December 8-12, 81-84.

          Kavitskaya D., Iskarous K., Noiray, A., & Proctor, M. (2008). Trills and palatalization: Consequences for sound change. Proceedings of the 17thMeeting of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics, New Haven, May 9-11th, 97-110.

            Dissertations

          - PhD dissertation: L'anticipation d'arrondissement vocalique et le Modèle d'Expansion du Mouvement. Deux extensions : du français à l'anglais et de l'adulte à l'enfant 

          (Translation: Vocalic rounding anticipation and the Movement Expansion Model. Two extensions: from French to English and from children to adults.)

          - Master dissertation: Capturer la voix des émotions authentiques chez l'acteur: premiers pas vers "peut-on entendre le jeu de l'acteur"? 

          (Translation: First step in capturing the expression of natural versus simulated emotions in the voice of actors).