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Dr. Natalie Lewandowski

Head, Project Controlling & Management Office (PCMO)

As Head of the Project Controlling & Management Office (PCMO), Dr. Natalie Lewandowski works with a team of project coordinators, managers, and industry collaboration/business development experts to support scientific proposal writing and project management at HLRS. She is involved in the coordination of H2020 and national projects.

Dr. Lewandowski’s scientific interests and expertise include experimental (acoustic) phonetics, psycholinguistics, cognitive science, second language acquisition, exemplar theory and data science. Her special focus lies on studying phonetic alignment in human-human verbal interactions (phonetic convergence).

Natalie Lewandowski holds a PhD in experimental phonetics/computational linguistics from the University of Stuttgart.

Publications

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2021 [ to top ]

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    Koller, B., Lewandowski, N.: Synergetic Build-up of National Competence Centres All over Europe. In: Resch, M.M., Wossough, M., Bez, W., Focht, E., und Kobayashi, H. (Hrsg.) Sustained Simulation Performance 2019 and 2020. S. 183–190. Springer International Publishing, Cham (2021).
     

2020 [ to top ]

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    Duran, D., Lewandowski, N.: Cognitive factors in speech production and perception: A socio-cognitive model of phonetic convergence. Gehalten auf der (2020).
     
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    Duran, D., Lewandowski, N.: Demonstration of a Serious Game for Spoken Language Experiments - GDX. Workshop on Games and Natural Language Processing. S. 68–78. European Language Resources Association, Marseille, France (2020).
     
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    Fey, F., Lewandowski, N.: Uptalk in German: Investigation on the GECO database. In: Pustka, E. (Hrsg.) Akten der Konferenz "Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum (P&P14)". S. 54–57. Pustka, Elissa (Universität Wien) (2020).
     
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    Wiilke, M., Duran, D., Lewandowski, N.: Wanted! - Assessing effects of distraction on working memory in speech perception. Akten der Konferenz "Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum (P&P14)". S. 99–102. Pustka, Elissa (Universität Wien) (2020).
     

2019 [ to top ]

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    Lewandowski, N., Duran, D.: Individual Differences in Implicit Attention to Phonetic Detail in Speech Perception. Proc. Interspeech 2019. S. 2255–2259. Interspeech 2019 (2019).
     
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    Lewandowski, N., Jilka, M.: Phonetic Convergence, Language Talent, Personality and Attention. Frontiers in Communication. 4, (2019).
     

2016 [ to top ]

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    Duran, D., Lewandowski, N., Schweitzer, A.: A 3D computer game for testing perception of acoustic detail in speech. Proc. Mtgs. Acoust. 28, 060004- (2016).
     

2013 [ to top ]

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    Schweitzer, A., Lewandowski, N.: Convergence of articulation rate in spontaneous speech. In: Bimbot, F., Cerisara, C., Fougeron, C., Gravier, G., Lamel, L., Pellegrino, F., und Perrier, P. (Hrsg.) INTERSPEECH. S. 525–529. ISCA (2013).
     

2012 [ to top ]

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    Lewandowski, N.: Talent in nonnative phonetic convergenceUniversität Stuttgarthttp://elib.uni-stuttgart.de/handle/11682/2875 (2012).
     

2010 [ to top ]

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    Lewandowski, N., Schweitzer, A.: Prosodic and segmental convergence in spontaneous German conversations, https://asa.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1121/1.3508804, (2010).
     

2009 [ to top ]

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    Lewandowski, N., Dogil, G.: Perception‐production loop in native–non‐native dialogs: Phonetic convergence, https://doi.org/10.1121/1.4784713, (2009).
     
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    Lewandowski, N.: Sociolinguistic factors in language proficiency: phonetic convergence as a signature of pronunciation talent. Gehalten auf der (2009).
     

2008 [ to top ]

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    Lewandowski, N., Wade, T., Dogil, G.: Phonetic convergence and language talent within native-nonnative interactions. In: Botinis, A. (Hrsg.) Proceedings of ExLing 2008 (2008).