Since September 2018, I have been working as a temporary lecturer and researcher (Attaché Temporaire d'Enseignement et de Recherche - ATER) at the Université de Tours, where I teach several Undergraduate courses at the Department of Linguistics.
From March to May 2017 I was a visiting researcher at the University of Antwerp (CLiPS - Computational Linguistics and Psycholinguistics Research Center), where I study prosodic characteristics of CI and NH children.
I received my PhD in Linguistics from the Université Grenoble Alpes, prepared at Gipsa-Lab, UMR 5216 (Grenoble, France). During my PhD, I studied the production and intelligibility of speech of 5-to-11 year old children wearing cochlear implant (CI) and age-matched normally hearing (NH) children. My work was focussing on segmental characteristics of the children's speech production.
I am interested in the following topics:
- acoustic phonetics
- segmental and suprasegmental characteristics of speech production
- relations between production and perception of acoustic cues
- intelligibility of speech
- typical and atypical L1 acquisition
- stages in phonological development
- L2 acquisition
Last update: Sept., 2019