Tekla Etelka Gráczi


gteE-mail:
graczi.tekla.etelka[at]nytud.mta.hu or graczi.tekla.etelka[at]btk.elte.hu

Research areas: obstruent voicing, coarticulation

Education

2013: PhD-degree: 2013, Thesis title: Zörejhangok akusztikai fonetikai elemzése a zöngésségi oppozíció függvényében (Acoustic phonetic approach to the voicing opposition of obstruents)

2005–2008: PhD studies: program of Hungarian Linguistics at ELTE

2005: certification in Speech Perception Diagnostics and Therapy

2002–2006: Special Program of Experimental and Applied Phonetics (ELTE)

2001–2006: studied Hungarian Linguistics and Literature at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE); degree: 2006.

1995–2001: Szent István High School (higher level maths class)

 

Academic Positions

Since 2016: research fellow in the MTA-ELTE Momentum Lingual Articulation Research Group

since 2014: Research Fellow at Research Institute for Linguistics, MTA

2008–2014: Junior Research Fellow at Research Institute for Linguistics, MTA

2003–2006: intern, Department of Phonetics ELTE BTK

 

Teaching Experience

2006–2012: lectures at Department of Phonetics, ELTE

 

Supervising

1 BA-thesis

 

Awards, Scholarships, Grants

2011: ISCA Google Grant to support participation on Interspeech 2011

2005: Scholarship for Scientific Works by Students, Eötvös Loránd University

2005: Scholarship of Hungarian Republic for Outstanding Students

2005: Award of the best presentation of young researchers with Angéla Imre: Congress of the Hungarian Society of Phonetics, Phoniatrics and Logopedics.

 

Research Projects, Grants

2016–: MTA-ELTE Momentum Lingual Articulation Research Group, leader: Alexandra Markó

2013–2017: Annotation and development of BEA spoken language database – funded by the National Research Foundation, leader: Mária Gósy

2008–2012: Development of BEA spoken language database – funded by the National Research Foundation, leader: Mária Gósy

 

Professional Activities:

 

Review-services: Beszédkutatás (Speech Research journal, regularly), The Phonetician (journal, regularly), Félúton (conference for PhD students in Linguistics, several times), Beszédkutatás (Speech Research conference, regularly), BSc-thesis reviews for the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (several times)

 

Editing: Guest editing of The Phonetician 2012 with Steven M. Lulich (2012)

 

Technical-editing: The Phonetician (since 2012), Beszédkutatás (Speech Research) journal (2009–2014), Proceedings of annual Alkalmazott Nyelvészeti Doktoranduszkonferencia (5th to 8th Conference for Students in Applied Linguistics, 2011-2014)
Organizing: Challenges in analysis and processing of spontaneous speech (CAPSS2017 to be held in May 2017), Beszédkutatás (Speech Research) conference (since 2005: bi-, and triannual conference), Alkalmazott Nyelvészeti Doktoranduszkonferencia (5th to 8th Conference for Students in Applied Linguistics, (2011-2014: annual), Fonetika a felsőoktatásban (Phonetics in higher education, 2004), International Workshop in Phonetics Dedicated to the Memory of Wolfgang von Kempelen (2004)

 


Publications: (MTMT) Altogether 58 publications, of which

  • 32 journal papers (5 international, 27 national)
  • 14 conference papers (8 international, 6 national)
  • 9 book chapters (9 national)
  • 3 others

  1. Siptár Péter, Gráczi Tekla Etelka, Degemination in Hungarian : Phonology or phonetics?, In: ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA, vol. 61, no. 4, 2014, pp. 443-471 DOI WoS
  2. Neuberger Tilda, Gyarmathy Dorottya, Gráczi Tekla Etelka, Horváth Viktória, Gósy Mária, Beke András, Development of a large spontaneous speech database of agglutinative Hungarian language, In: Text, Speech, and Dialogue, Brno, Csehország, 2014, pp. 424-431 DOI
  3. Gráczi Tekla Etelka, Kohári Anna, Multiple bursts in Hungarian voiceless plosives and VOT measurements, In: Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), Köln, Németország, 2014, pp. 158-161 link
  4. Gráczi TE, Bárkányi Zs, Voiced fricatives in Hungarian, In: Grammatika és kontextus, 2013, pp. 81-96
  5. Gráczi TE, 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences Hong Kong, China, 17–21 August 2011, In: PHONETICIAN, vol. 103/104, 2012, pp. 97-98
  6. Gráczi TE, Voicing contrast of intervocalic plosives in Hungarian, In: Proceedings of 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, Hongkong, 2011, pp. 759-762
  7. Gráczi TE, Lulich SM, Csapó TG, Beke A, Context and speaker dependency in the relation of vowel formants and subglottal resonances : Evidence from Hungarian, In: Interspeech 2011, 12th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Firenze, Olaszország, 2011, pp. 1901-1904 WoS pdf Scopus
  8. Markó A, Gráczi TE, Bóna J, The realization of voicing assimilation rules in Hungarian spontaneous and read speech : Case studies, In: ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA, vol. 57, no. 2-3, 2010, pp. 210-238 WoS
  9. Gráczi TE, Bata S, The effect of familiarization on temporal aspects of turn-taking : A pilot study, In: ACTA LINGUISTICA HUNGARICA, vol. 57, no. 2-3, 2010, pp. 307-328 WoS
  10. Csapó TG, Bárkányi Zs, Gráczi TE, Bőhm T, Lulich SM, Relation of formants and subglottal resonances in Hungarian vowels, In: 10th annual conference of the International Speech Communication Association 2009 (INTERSPEECH 2009), Egyesült Királyság / Anglia, 2010, pp. 484-487 WoS pdf Scopus
  11. Markó A, Gráczi TE, How to ask a question in Hungarian esophageal speech. A pilot study, In: Linguistics: the Challenge of Clinical Application, 2009, pp. 63-69
  12. Horváth Viktória, Gráczi Tekla Etelka, Beszédkutatás 2009 [Hungarian Speech Research 2009], 2009, pp. 97-98
  13. Csapó TG, Gráczi TE, Bárkányi Zs, Beke A, Lulich SM, Patterns of Hungarian vowel production and perception with regard to subglottal resonances, In: PHONETICIAN, vol. 99-100, 2009, pp. 7-28 link
  14. Bóna Judit, Gráczi Tekla Etelka, Markó Alexandra, Coarticulation Rules and Speaking Style Dependency, In: Proceedings of the 8th International Seminar on Speech Production 2008, Strasbourg, Franciaország, 2008, pp. 245-248 pdf
  15. Markó Alexandra, Gráczi Tekla Etelka, The effect of the suprasegmental structure of the stimuli on the word activation processes, 2005