PhD Student
Phonetics

Tel. +43 51581-2544
Email: jan.luttenberger(at)oeaw.ac.at

Academic background


Jan Luttenberger studied Applied Linguistics at the University of Vienna. He wrote his master's thesis on the reception and popular cultural appropriation of computer games in online forums, entitled "From game to story. User generated computer game based text genres as part of popular culture ".

Current research


Since October 2017, Jan Luttenberger works at the Institute for Acoustic Research in the research group Phonetics. In the SFB project "German in Austria" he examines the basic dialect in Lower Austria, Styria and Burgenland.

Publications

Publications

  • Rausch-Supola M.; Moosmüller S.; Leykum H.; Schmid C.; Luttenberger J. (2022) Die Ausbreitung des Wiener velarisierten Laterals: ein Vergleich Wien - NeunkirchenAkustische Phonetik und ihre multidisziplinären Aspekte. Ein Gedenkband fü Sylvia Moosmüller (M. Pucher and Balazs, P., eds.). Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, .
  • Luttenberger J.; Weihs N.; Pucher M. (2021) L-Velarization in Austrian German dialect. NWAV49. Austin.
  • Luttenberger J. (2021) Effects of Non-Linear Peripheral Processing Stages on Contextual Interaural-Level-Difference Coding. Proceedings of Forum Acusticum 2021. Lyon.
  • Pucher M.; Klingler N.; Luttenberger J.; Spreafico L. (2020) Accuracy, recording interference, and articulatory quality of headsets for ultrasound recordings. Speech Communication, Bd. 123, S. 83-97.
  • Luttenberger J.; Fanta-Jende J. (2020) "Viennese" Monophthongs: present - marked - given? On Intra-individual Variation of the Realization of /ae/ and /ao/ Diphthongs in Standard German Pronunciation in rural Austria. Proceedings of the Phonetics and Speech Technology Workshop (ÖLT2018). S. 45-58.
  • Lozo C.; Pucher M. (2019) The thought collective behind thirty years of progress in speech synthesis. 3rd Workshop of History of Speech Communication Research.
  • Noll A.; Stuefer J.; Klingler N.; Leykum H.; Lozo C.; Luttenberger J.; et al. (2019) Sound Tools eXtended (STx) 5.0 – a powerful sound analysis tool optimized for speech. Proceedings Interspeech 2019. Graz S. 2370-2371.
  • Luttenberger J. (2017) Vom Spiel zur Story. Usergenerierte computerspielbasierte Textgenres als Teil der Populärkultur. . Universität Wien, Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, .
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