Dr. Daniel Duran

Leibniz-ZAS Berlin

Dr. Daniel Duran is a researcher in the DFG project C02 Variation in situated interaction within the framework of the CRC 1412 Register: Language-Users’ Knowledge of Situational-Functional Variation /  Research Area 1 ‘Laboratory Phonology’.

His research interests include the variation and dynamics of linguistic interaction, especially at the phonetic level, and the social factors and individual (psychological, cognitive) differences involved. Currently, he is investigating speech variation in different situations. In particular, he focuses on the dynamics of acoustic-phonetic features of spoken language in different registers and how or whether they are perceived.


C02 Variation in situated interaction


ZAS, Schützenstraße 18, 10117 Berlin

+49 30 20192 561

duran@leibniz-zas.deWebsite https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6769-2281

Publications & Presentations


  • Warchhold, Sarah; Duran, Daniel; Gessinger, Iona; Raveh, Eran  (2022) Proceedings of the Conference : Human Perspectives on Spoken Human-Machine Interaction[DOI] [ViVo]
    The FRIAS Junior Researcher Conference "Human Perspectives on Spoken Human-Machine Interaction" (SpoHuMa21) took place on November 15-17, 2021. The online event was organized by a team from the University of Freiburg (Germany), ZAS Berlin (Germany), Saarland University, Saarbrücken (Germany), and Hyro AI, Tel Aviv (Israel). SpoHuMa21 brought together young researchers in the field of spoken human-machine interaction, primarily focusing on a human-centered approach. The conference also featured invited talks by leading scientists in the field. The proceedings of SpoHuMa21 contain the submitted papers presented at the conference in the form of oral talks, preceded by an overview of the conference topic and the invited talks.
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