Phonetics and Phonology 2020

The phonetics and phonology research group at AU are organising the second meeting of speech sound researchers in Denmark, and of people working on Danish. This year, because of the spread of covid-19, we will be hosting the meeting as an ONLINE EVENT.

The Phonetics and Phonology in Denmark (PPDK) meetings are meant as a forum for exchanging ideas (and sparking new research collaborations), as well as contributing to a more tight-knit research community in Denmark. As with the 2018 instalment of PPDK, this year’s meeting will include two workshops on sound topics. Our two keynote speaker, Amalia Arvaniti and Adrian Simpson, will be leading these workshops. More detail to follow.

The meeting will take place on 30 November and 1 December 2020. Presentations will be accepted on any language, as well as on theoretical and applied aspects of phonetics and phonology. We welcome abstracts from both staff and students. Abstract submission opened on 20 May, and abstracts should be submitted via EasyChair before 1 August. Abstracts should be a maximum of 500 words long, written in single spaced Times New Roman, and be submitted as a pdf file. Submission will be carried out through EasyChair (see the submission link below). Notifications of acceptance will be sent out in October 2020.

The call for papers is here: https://easychair.org/cfp/PPDK2020

The submission link is here: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ppdk2020

Follow the @PPDK2 Twitter handle for news and updates.


 

Important dates:

  • 20 May – abstract submission opens.
  • 1 August – abstract submission closes.
  • October 2020 – notifications of acceptance.
  • 30 November and 1 December – PPDK 2020 meeting!

 

Presentation formats

The conference will feature oral and poster presentations.  The exact format of both have not been finalised yet. However, oral presentations will be given a 20-minute time slot each, with 10 minutes for questions and discussion. Posters will be featured in an online format and discussed in groups.