Welcome to the homepage of the Indiana University Phonetics Lab!
On this site, you will find the following resources to help you understand aspects of phonetics and conduct phonetic research:
- Web portal: Documents and websites for learning more about phonetics
- Education: How to learn more about phonetics via classes, the Internet, books, articles, or conferences
- Acoustics: Software for conducting acoustic analyses of speech recordings
- Experiments: Software for designing and running perception/production experiments
- Statistics: Ways to learn more about statistics and data analysis at Indiana University
- Affiliates: Related facilities, faculty, labs, and departments around the IU campus
At the top of each page, we have selected one or more 'highlighted resources' that you may find especially useful.
The phonetics community at Indiana University
Research in the IU phonetics community is very diverse, ranging from documentation of production mechanisms in understudied languages to perceptual modeling of indexical information to the phonological systems of second language learners. Some sample research project descriptions can be found on the web pages of the Linguistics Speech Laboratory, Second Language Psycholinguistics Laboratory, Speech Perception Laboratory, and Speech Research Laboratory. For additional information on language-related research at Indiana University, visit the Language Sciences homepage. There is also an informal phonetics reading group called PhLEGMe (Phonetics Literature Enjoyment Group Meeting).
About our lab and this site
The current director of the Indiana University Phonetics Lab is Ken de Jong. This website was originally created by Aaron Albin in Spring-Summer 2014. Feel free to contact either of us with questions about our lab or feedback about this website.