(Provisional) Workshop Programme

Presentations

WEDNESDAY, 23.02.2022
13:45 – 14:15Cornelia Ebert, Clemens Steiner-Mayr & Markus Steinbach (University of Frankfurt/Main & University of Göttingen) Visual communication
14:15 – 15:15Ellen Fricke (invited presentation, University of Chemnitz) tba
15:15 – 15.45Irene Mittelberg (RWTH Aachen) Iconicity – embodiment – image schemas. Towards a spectrum of different degrees of gesturally enacted schematicity
Coffee
16:30 – 17:00Arnulf Deppermann (IDS Mannheim) Ecologically adaptive multimodal practice: Varieties of gestural and verbal conduct in recipient designed spatial reference
17:00 – 17:30Cécile Meier (University of Frankfurt/Main) Different types of count nouns?
17:30 – 18:00Naomi Francis, Patrick Georg Grosz & Pritty Patel-Grosz (University of Oslo) Analyzing the ‘throwing away’ gesture as a common ground management device
THURSDAY, 24.02.2022
09:00 – 09:30Volker Gast (University of Jena) Communicating with the eyebrows. A corpus-based study of facial articulation in interviews with David Letterman
09:30 – 10:00Ronny Bujok, Antje Meyer & Hans Rutger Bosker (MPI for Psycholinguistics & Donders Institute, Radboud University) The role of visual articulatory vs. gestural cues in audiovisual lexical stress perception
10:00 – 10:30Patrick Georg Grosz, Elsi Kaiser & Francesco Pierini (University of Oslo, University of Southern California & École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales) Beat-related face emoji in multimodal written communication
Coffee
11:15 – 11:45Patrick C. Trettenbrein, Matteo Maran, Nina-Kristin Pendzich, Jan Pohl, Thomas Finkbeiner, Angela D. Friederici & Emiliano Zaccarella (MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences & University of Göttingen) Can detection of extraneous visual signals reveal the syntactic structure of sign language?
11:45 – 12:15Anna Kuder (University of Warsaw & University of Köln) Palm-up and throw-away gestures in Polish, German and Russian Sign Language – A corpus-based study
12:15 – 12:45Sarah Bauer (University of Hamburg) Looking at place of articulation as a first approach to identifying metaphors of German Sign Language in the domain of ‘cognition’
Coffee
13:45 – 14:45Okan Kubus (invited presentation, Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal) tba
FRIDAY, 25.02.2022
11:45 – 12:45Jeremy Kuhn (invited presentation, Institut Jean Nicod) tba
12:45 – 13:15Emar Maier (University of Groningen) Face emojis as use-conditional pictures 🤔
13:15 – 13:45Nadine Bade, Philippe Schlenker & Emmanuel Chemla (University of Potsdam & Ecole Normale Supérieure) Word learning with visual animations as a window into the Triggering Problem – introducing a new paradigm
13:45 – 14:15Maria Esipova (University of Oslo) From performatives to performances

Posters

Lara Billion, Melanie Huth & Rose Vogel (University of Frankfurt/Main)
Mathematics as a handicraft – Gesture and action use of young learners while working on diagrams

Carolin Dix & Alexandra Groß (University of Bayreuth)
Raising both eyebrows as visual change-of-state marker

Christian Dobel, Oliver Mothes, Lena Mers, Joachim Denzler & Orlando Guntinas-Lichius (University of Jena & Jena University Hospital)
The communicating face: Comparing expressive facial behavior in response to imitation or verbal instruction

Celina I. von Eiff & Stefan R. Schweinberger (University of Jena)
Visual effects from facial information to voice perception in normal hearing individuals and cochlear implant users

Natasha Janzen Ulbricht & Michaela Sambanis (FU Berlin)
“Gesture are good because they tell you what’s coming.” Classroom-based empirical studies on gesture and second language word learning

Helene Kreysa, Maria Glaser, Hannah-Sophia Boltz & Stefan R. Schweinberger (University of Jena, HU Berlin & Jena University Hospital)
Multimodal communication: The impact of an instructor’s eye gaze on cognitive performance in a spoken question-answer interaction

Alternates

Lara Billion, Melanie Huth & Rose Vogel (University of Frankfurt/Main)
Mathematics as a handicraft – Gesture and action use of young learners while working on diagrams

Natasha Janzen Ulbricht & Michaela Sambanis (FU Berlin)
“Gesture are good because they tell you what’s coming.” Classroom-based empirical studies on gesture and second language word learning

Carolin Dix & Alexandra Groß (University of Bayreuth)
Raising both eyebrows as visual change-of-state marker