Klaas Seinhorst

Presentations

2017:
  • The Russian adaptation of [y] as L1 bimodal perception. Phonetics and Phonology in Loanword Adaptation 2017, Phonology and Phonetics in Europe, University of Cologne.
  • Coronal underspecification as a possible result of transmission noise. With Silke Hamann. 25th Manchester Phonology Meeting, University of Manchester.
  • Regularization can be explained by transmission noise alone. 4th International Workshop on Sound Change, University of Edinburgh.
  • Coronal underspecification as a possible result of transmission noise. Cancelled due to illness. With Silke Hamann. 14th Old World Conference in Phonology, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf.

  • 2016:
  • Mind the gap: inductive biases in phonological feature learning. Evolang XI, The University of Southern Mississippi / Tulane University, New Orleans.
  • Prevoicing in Standard German plosives: implications for phonological representations? With Silke Hamann. 13th Old World Conference in Phonology, Budapest.

  • 2015:
  • The role of complexity in possible sound changes. 2nd Edinburgh Symposium on Historical Phonology, University of Edinburgh.
  • Filling in the blanks — acquisition meets typology. LEC Talk, research group Language Evolution and Computation, University of Edinburgh.
  • Phonological mind tricks: how acquisition affects typology. Phonetik/Phonologiekolloquium, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf.
  • Inductive biases in plosive inventories: an experimental approach. GLOW 38, Workshop: The Implications of Computation and Learnability for Phonological Theory, Université Paris Diderot.

  • 2014:
  • Learning biases in phonological typology. Sound Change in Interacting Human Systems, University of California, Berkeley.

  • 2013:
  • The learnability of phoneme inventories. LEC Talk, research group Language Evolution and Computation, University of Edinburgh.
  • Simulating the acquisition of Dutch word-initial consonant clusters with q-HG. With Tamás Biró. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 23, Twente University, Enschede.