Dr Justin LoLecturer - Security and Protection Science
My research is primarily situated in the area of forensic speech science, with a particular focus on questions related to bilingualism and voice identity. I maintain active interests more broadly in the areas of sociophonetics, laboratory phonology and acoustic phonetics, and am keen on bringing thereotical, practical and methodological insights from these areas to the field of forensic phonetics.
PhD Supervision Interests
I am interested in supervising students in: forensic speech science (in particular, forensic voice comparison), bilingual phonetics, sociophonetics, laboratory phonology, corpus phonetics, and especially welcome proposals that address issues at the intersection of these areas.
Many Speech Analyses
15/12/2021 → 31/07/2023
Speakers, listeners, languages: Patterns of variability and contrast in spoken language dynamics
01/09/2021 → …
Bilingualism in forensic voice comparison
01/10/2017 → …
Lancashire Tongues - Burnley
Types of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition
- Phonetics Lab