Dionysia Saratsli


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Dionysia Saratsli has completed her BA studies in English Language and Literature of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is a MA student at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, at the School of English of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. During her MA studies, she has completed research work on the fields of Phonetics and Phonology, completing two research studies entitled The Effect of Stress Clash on Greek Vowels and Consonants and Optimality Theory: Comparison with Other Phonological Frameworks and Role in Phonological Acquisition. Her research interests revolve around speech disorders, acoustic phonetics and language disorders. She is currently part of SpeakGreek, a research project that aims to the development of an online pronunciation training tool for learners of Greek as a foreign/second language and for people with speech and hearing disorders (http://speakgreek.web.auth.gr/wp/language/en/). Her research work includes the recording and development of the acoustic database (in collaboration with Eirini Kelmali) as well as the phonetic analysis of those data, focusing on selected segmental and suprasegmental features (tools used: Praat: speech analysis system and EasyAlign: an automatic phonetic alignment tool).

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