Upcoming LiRI events

Experimental Methods in Language Science

Two talks in spring semester 2023

Thursdays, starting 16.15 to 18:00.

Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend. 



Date Invited Speaker Title  
16 March David Reich, Machine Learning Group, University of Potsdam

Synthesizing human gaze data for inference tasks from eye movement

Abstract (PDF, 80 KB)

Room KOL-G-221
11 May Dr Claire Nance, Linguistics & English Language, Lancaster University

Gaelic tongues: Phonetic typology and implications for sound change 

Abstract (PDF, 144 KB)

Room KOL-H-321


Building Online Experiments in Gorilla

Interested in running a study online, but don’t know where to start? In this workshop you will learn how to implement experiments in Gorilla: an easy-to-use online experiment builder tool. We will cover building tasks and questionnaires using Gorilla’s Task Builder, how to combine them into an experiment and run it. We will also look into the data files with results from your experiment produced by Gorilla, and how to organise these data into a form suitable for running statistics. No programming experience required.

Date: 2023-04-27 14:00 to 17:00

Room: AND 4.57

Please book your place on Eventbrite.

Find your thesis with LiRI - information event

SAVE THE DATE: 1st of June, 2023, 16.15 - 18.00, followed by an Apéro

Why: inspire student projects for BA and MA theses working with LiRI

Who and what: short presentations about potential topics for BA and MA theses from professors and lecturers coming from various study programs in linguistics and psychology, followed by informal discussions between students, lecturers and experts during apéro.

Where: Room KOL-F-123

Program will be published in April


Workshop - CAMVA 2023

Computational and Quantitative Approaches to Multimodal Video Analysis 

June 22-23, 2023

More information.