Dr. Daniel Duran

Publications before the time at ZAS

Monograph

In preparation
  • Daniel Duran: Vowel duration in multiethnolectal Stuttgart German.
  • Daniel Duran and Peter Auer: The vowel space of multiethnolectal (Stuttgart) German.
  • Further information at daniel-duran.de and simphon.net.

Articles and presentations

Coming soon
  • Daniel Duran, Julian Happes and Daniel Schumacher: „Rothschildtheorie: Jetzt wird gemordet“ — Antijüdische Stereotype im Deutschrap zwischen Identitätsbestimmung, Metapher und Antisemitismus. Presentation at: (Deutsch-)Rap und Gewalt: Ambivalenzen und Brüche. Workshop at the Pädagogischen Hochschule Schwäbisch Gmünd. April 2021.
  • Daniel Duran and Peter Auer: Acoustic features of multiethnolectal Stuttgart German. Presentation at the workshop „The Sounds of Multiethnolects in (Western) Europe“. Zürich, 2020. Postponed.
  • Göz Kaufmann and Daniel Duran: Of Snoidels and Hofdüütsch: Some (Standard German) Keys to the Phonetic Variation in Pomerano. Accepted journal paper.
2021
2020
  • Sarah Warchhold and Daniel Duran: Perception of Synthetic Voices in Human-Agent Interaction. In: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction. 224-226. Sydney, Australia, November 2020. DOI: 10.1145/3406499.3418756
  • Daniel Duran: Automatische Optimierungsverfahren in der akustischen Analyse soziophonetischer Feldaufnahmen. Presentation at: 16. Tagung zur Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum (P&P). Trier. September 2020. Supplementary material: https://github.com/simphon/PP2020
  • Daniel Duran and Natalie Lewandowski: Cognitive factors in speech production and perception: A socio-cognitive model of phonetic convergence / Kognitive Faktoren in der Sprachproduktion und Perzeption: Ein sozio-kognitives Modell der phonetischen Konvergenz. In Language and Mind: Proceedings from the 32nd International Conference of the Croatian Applied Linguistics Society, edited by Mihaela Matešić and Anita Memišević, 15–31. Berlin: Peter Lang, 2020.
  • Daniel Duran and Natalie Lewandowski: Demonstration of a Serious Game for Spoken Language Experiments — GDX. In Proceedings of the LREC 2020 Workshop Games and Natural Language Processing, edited by Stephanie M. Lukin, 68–78. Marseille: European Language Resources Association (ELRA), 2020.
  • Matthias Wilke, Daniel Duran, and Natalie Lewandowski „Wanted! – Assessing effects of distraction on working memory in speech perception“. In Akten der Konferenz „Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum (P&P14)“ / Proceedings of the Conference „Phonetics and Phonology in the German Language Area (P&P14)“, edited by Elissa Pustka, Markus A. Pöchtrager, Alexandra N. Lenz, Johanna Fanta-Jende, Julia Horvath, Luise Jansen, Julia Kamerhuber, Nicola Klingler, Hannah Leykum, and John Rennison, 99–102. Wien: Institut für Romanistik, Universität Wien & Institut für Schallforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2020. [DOI: 10.25365/phaidra.159]
2019
2018
  • Matthias Wilke, Daniel Duran, Natalie Lewandowski: Wanted! – Assessing effects of distraction on working memory in speech perception. Presentation at: Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum (P&P). September 2018, Universität Wien.
  • Jenny Krüwald, Daniel Duran und Natalie Lewandowski: Gamification in the phonology lab. Presentation at: LabPhon16 - Variation, development and impairment: Between phonetics and phonology, Lisboa, Portugal, June 2018.
  • Daniel Duran, Natalie Lewandowski: Cognitive factors in speech production and perception: the case of phonetic convergence. Presentation at: Croatian Applied Linguistics Society, 32nd International Conference: Language and Mind, Rijeka, May 2018. [Book of abstracts]
  • Natalie Lewandowski, Daniel Duran: Testing speech perception today and tomorrow: serious computer games as perception tests. In: A. Berton, U. Haiber & W. Minker (eds.): Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2018: Tagungsband der 29. Konferenz. TUDpress, 2018 (p. 232–239).
  • Daniel Duran, Natalie Lewandowski: Untersuchung der kognitiven Beanspruchung durch Sprachassistenzsysteme. In: A. Berton, U. Haiber & W. Minker (eds.): Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2018: Tagungsband der 29. Konferenz. TUDpress, 2018 (p. 159–166).
  • Natalie Lewandowski, Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni: Acoustic and social correlates of perceived voice attractiveness. In: Malte Beltz, Christine Mooshammer, Susanne Fuchs, Stefanie Jannedy, Oksana Rasskazova and Marzena Żygis (eds.): Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries (P&P 13). Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft. Humboldt-Universität. Berlin, 2018 (p.113–116). DOI: 10.18452/18805.
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
  • Mihael Duran and Daniel Duran: Vorstandswechsel und Medieneinfluss: Eine Sentiment‐Analyse.
    Beitrag zur 11. Jahrestagung des Arbeitskreises Empirische Personal‐ und Organisationsforschung (AKempor); München.
  • Michael Walsh, Daniel Duran and Jagoda Bruni: Exemplar-based categorisation of vowels using acoustic and articulatory data.
    Phonetik & Phonologie 9 -- Book of Abstracts, p.96, 2013, Zürich.
  • Daniel Duran: The strength of perceptual magnets determined by different neighbourhoods.
    Phonetik & Phonologie 9 -- Book of Abstracts, p.29, 2013, Zürich.
  • Tomasz Kuczmarski, Daniel Duran, Norbert Kordek and Jagoda Bruni:Magnet Effect in the perception of Mandarin Chinese T1 and T3.
    Book of Abstracts of the 8th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL 8), 2013, p.19, Paris.
  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni und Grzegorz Dogil: Acoustic and articulatory information as joint factors coexisting in the context sequence model of speech production.
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA), 2013 Vol. 19, pp. 060091. ICA 2013 Montreal. [DOI: 10.1121/1.4799009]
  • Tomasz Kuczmarski, Daniel Duran, Norbert Kordek and Jagoda Bruni: Second-degree polynomial approximation of Mandarin Chinese lexical tone pitch contours -- a preliminary evaluation.
    In: Petra Wagner (ed.): Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2013 -- Tagungsband der 24. Konferenz; Bielefeld, 26. - 28. März 2013. TUDpress, pp. 218-222. ISBN: 978-3-944331-03-4
  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni and Grzegorz Dogil: Modeling multi-modal factors in speech production with the Context Sequence Model.
    In: Petra Wagner (ed.): Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2013 -- Tagungsband der 24. Konferenz; Bielefeld, 26. - 28. März 2013. TUDpress, pp. 86–92. ISBN: 978-3-944331-03-4
2012
  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni, Hinrich Schütze and Grzegorz Dogil: Specification in context – incorporation of an aritculatory factor into the Context Sequence Model.
    Presentation at: 43rd Poznań Linguistic Meeting (PLM), September 2012, Poznań, Polen.
    Abstract [PDF]
  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni, Michael Walsh, Hinrich Schütze and Grzegorz Dogil: Phonological constraints verified by a rich memory exemplar model: extrametricality and articulatory binding in Polish obstruent-sonorant rhymes.
    Book of Abstracts of the 13th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, 2012, pp. 217-218. Stuttgart.
2011
  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni, Hinrich Schütze and Grzegorz Dogil: Using unlabeled EMA data in a speech production model with a rich memory.
    Presentation at 7. Tagung zu Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum (P&P 7), October 2011, Osnabrück.
    Abstract [PDF]
  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni, Grzegorz Dogil and Hinrich Schütze: Speech Events are Recoverable from Unlabeled Articulatory Data: Using an Unsupervised Clustering Approach on Data Obtained from Electromagnetic Midsaggital Articulography (EMA).
    Interspeech Conference Proceedings, 2011, pp. 2201-2204. Florence, Italy.
  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni, Hinrich Schütze and Grzegorz Dogil: Context Sequence Model of Speech Production Enriched with Articulatory Features.
    Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), 2011, pp. 615-618. Hong Kong.
2010