Klessa Katarzyna

Katarzyna Klessa – (PhD habil.) phonetician, Assistant Professor at the Department of Phonetics, Institute of Linguistics, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. Her research interests focus on the analysis and development of spoken language resources, especially with application to speech prosody, particularly timing and rhythm phenomena across speaking styles, also for disordered speech. She initiated the design and development of Annotation Pro, a freely available software tool (annotationpro.org) for annotation of linguistic and paralinguistic features in speech, as well as basic perception tests. Her recent work related to speech corpora includes the design and development of Paralingua corpus of conversational and affective speech in Polish or NeuroPerKog multi-lingual stimuli corpus of adult-directed and infant-directed speech for EEG and eye-tracting studies aimed at the investigation of phonemic hearing and speech development in babies. Another track of her research interests are language archives and dissemination of knowledge about endangered or under-resourced languages (e.g., inne-jezyki.amu.edu.pl, languagesindanger.eu).



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