Institute of Phonetics
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2009 (doc.) – Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, General Linguistis
2005 (Ph.D.) – Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, Phonetics
1995 (Mgr.) – Faculty of Education, Charles University in Prague, English Language and Literature
1987 (Mgr.) – Faculty of Education at Ústí n. Labem, Czech Language – Music
since 1999 Institute of Phonetics, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
1996 – 1999 Faculty of Education, Charles University in Prague
1992 – 1996 The Bell School a.s., teacher of English
1984 – 1992 primary school teacher
My current research interests include foreign accentedness and specifically Czech English, and speech prosody, mainly the rhythm of speech.
since 2010 member of the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Arts
2010 – 2012 head of the Ethical Committee of the faculty
1997 – 2000 post-service courses on phonetics and phonology for teachers of English, for the Association of Teachers of English in the Czech Republic (ATECR).
International Phonetic Association (IPA)
2016 – 2018: Age-related changes in acoustic characteristics of adult speech (Co-Investigator)
2016 – 2018: Combining phonetic and corpus-based approaches to remedy disruptive effects in synthetic speech (team member)
2012 – 2016: Effect of group variability factors on the perception of speaker personality (Principal Investigator)
2014 – 2015: Cognitive load in processing speech with foreign accent (Principal Investigator)
2012 – 2014: Speaker-specific characteristics in Czech and their potential applicability in forensic phonetic practice (team member)
2007 – 2011: Sound to Sense (Co-Investigator)
2005 – 2007: Notions of phonetic description in relation to acoustic, perceptual and articulatory characteristics of speech (team member)
I teach courses of Current Trends in Phonetic Sciences, Psychophonetics, Speech Acquisition, as well as English Phonetics and Phonology and Phonetic Variability of English.