Save the Date! The next Conference on Motor Speech will be Feb 17-20, 2022 in Charleston, South Carolina.
Call for Papers: May 2021
Papers Dues: Sept 14, 2021
First Authors Notified: Dec 7, 2021
Early Bird Registration: Jan 26, 2022
Signal Analytics for Motor Speech (SAMS) Preconference Workshop: Feb 16, 2022
Conference: Feb 17-20, 2022
Given the ongoing and ever-shifting pandemic situation, we realize that this submission deadline may have passed under people's radars. To ensure everyone has a chance to submit presentations and ensure the quality of the conference, we have decided to extend the deadline by 2 weeks. The new deadline is Tuesday, Sept 14 at 11:59 PM PT. We look forward to receiving your submissions.
***Call for Papers is now open. Click here to view the Call for Papers document. Click here to login to the submission site.***
Hyatt Place Charleston - Historic District
560 King St
Charleston, SC 29403
The hotel block is not yet open for reservations. Please check back later in the summer.
Invited Speakers: We are delighted to announce that we will have 3 keynote talks and 1 invited panel discussion.
- Conference Keynote: Plasticity and Motor Learning: Implications for Speech Movement Disorders and Rehabilitation
- Scott Frey will discuss his work on neuroplasticity and motor planning and control. https://freylab.missouri.edu
- Gabriele Wulf will focus on factors that enhance motor learning and the integration of many of these factors into the OPTIMAL theory of motor learning. http://gwulf.faculty.unlv.edu
- Both speakers will extend findings from their work to speech production and rehabilitation.
- SAMS Keynote: Advanced Signal Analytics and Motor Speech Production
- Thomas F. Quatieri will provide an overview of his work on auditory signal processing and neuro-biophysical modeling with application to detection and monitoring of neurological, neurotraumatic, and cognitive stress conditions. https://www.ll.mit.edu/biographies/thomas-f-quatieri
- Invited Panel: Typical Speech Development and Pediatric Motor Speech Disorders: How Each Can Inform the Other
Registration is not open for the event. Please check back later in the fall.
Poster panels are 4'x8' (horizontal boards). Please plan your poster to fit. Oral presentations are 12 minutes with 8 minutes for discussion/questions. Practicing your talk will minimize the likelihood that the final minutes of your presentation will be cut off. A computer and projector will be available. Please bring your presentations on USB flash stick.
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The 2022 program is not available yet.
We're still in the process of creating the online program with abstracts. The 2020 program is available here. You can also find it in the archives (click the button at the bottom of this section).
Conference on Motor Speech
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital This course is offered for up to 2.55 ASHA CEUs (Advanced level, Professional area).