Professor John Coleman
Address: Phonetics Laboratory, University of Oxford, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JF, United Kingdom
Email: takes the form email@example.com
Tel: 01865 270440
Research interests: Phonetics, speech technology, laboratory phonology and computational linguistics.
"John" is a very common name in the Coleman clann. So if you're looking for my Oxford namesake, the psychologist in the Department of Education whose primary interest is adolescence, look here or here. For the American TV weatherman and climate change denier, the English football manager and former player, the Australian rules footballer, or any other John Colemans, you'll need to search elsewhere.
- Speech synthesis: long ago I worked on formant synthesis in computational phonology (e.g. IPOX)
- I am currently using speech synthesis to model sound change, and to reconstruct the audio form of spoken words from the past (the Ancient Sounds project)
- Spoken language corpora, especially the Audio edition of the Spoken BNC, and the IViE corpus
- Vocal tract imaging See our movies here!
- Computational phonology
- Neurology and psychology of speech production and perception; Foreign Accent Syndrome
- Declarative and probabilistic phonology
- Berber (follow this link for audio examples)
I am on sabbatical in HT 2016, but will be returning to regular teaching after the Easter vacation.