View into the Speech Lab
Recording booth
An EEG Participant doing a speaker recognition task
Preparing an EMA experiment
Focusing the eye tracker

Lab space and equipment

The LiRI lab for experimental research is equipped with a bundle of data acquisition units, mainly for use in phonetics, psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics. They are available to researchers and to external partners. If you are interested to use them, please contact Andrew Clark, the LiRI lab manager, by email:


Further details about the rules and regulations for the lab use and the equipment can be found on our LiRI Wiki.


LiRI lab equipment

5 Recording booths that allow for visual contact between participants, equipped with high-quality acoustic recording equipment


3 Behavioral testing cubicles


2 Electroencephalogram (EEG) booths


2 EEG systems for use in the lab EEG booths


Electromagnetic Articulograph (EMA)


Electro Glottography (EGG), with or without laryngoscopy (including 4k frame-rate camera)


2 Ultrasound


Eye-tracking system EyeLink 1000 Plus


Functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS)


Biosemi, Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR)


Physiological Monitoring System


Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Monitoring


Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)




Anechoic cabin (to be acquired at a date to be announced, built in Forum UZH)

Portable devices available on loan (can be used outside of the lab)    

10 LENA Pro devices with recorders


2 EyeLink Portable Duo


Tobii Spectrum EyeTracker (from mid 2022)


Eye-tracking glasses: 2 Pupil invisible, 2 Tobii Pro


3 EEG systems








8 High resolution video cameras with equipment


5 Fieldwork cameras




LENA licenses


Tobii Pro lab licenses




Gorilla Experiment Builder