Pintér Gábor

Cím: Dr. PhD
Nem: Férfi
Születési év: 1977
Születési hely: Magyarország
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Hivatali telefonszám: 81+(0)78-803-7422

Doktori tanulmányok
Doktori (PhD) védés éve: 2008
Tudományág: Nyelvtudomány
Disszertáció címe: Asymmetrical segment distributions in Japanese
Oklevelet kiállító intézmény: Kobe University, Japán

MA-tanulmányok
MA-fokozat megszerzésének éve: 2005
Tudományág(ak): Bölcsészettudomány
Oklevelet kiállító intézmény: Kobe University, Japán

Egyéb tanulmányok és képesítések

Intézmény Képesítés Év
     
     
     

Munkatapasztalat
Jelenlegi munkaadó: Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem
Kar: Bölcsészettudományi Kar
Intézet: Keleti Nyelvek és Kultúrák Intézete
Tanszék: Japanológia Tanszék
Beosztás: egyetemi adjunktus

Jelenlegi munkaadó: Kobe University, School of Languages and Communication Japán
Beosztás: egyetemi docens

Korábbi munkaadó: Advanced Media Inc. (Tokyo), Core Technology Group
Beosztás: programozó

Egyéb korábbi munkaadó:
Beosztás:


Kutatási és oktatási szakterületek

Oktatás: fonológia, fonetika, morfológia, általános nyelvészet, angol nyelv, magyar nyelv
Kutatási területek: fonológia, fonetika, automatikus beszédfelismerés

Tudományos kutatócsoportban vagy projektben való részvétel

Project: Phonological Characteristics of the Japanese Lexicon (Kutatásvezető: Haruo Kubozono)
Intézmény: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics,
Státusz: külső tag

Phonology Association in Kansai (PAIK) (elnök, szervező)

Project: Stochastic & theoretical phonological research based on databases and phonetic experiments (Kutatásvezető: Takeru Honma) (8 kutatóval)
JSPS - Scientific Research B
Státusz: kutató


Oktatásszervezés, tudományszervezés

Időszak Funkció vagy tevékenység
2011-2013 English Education Division: vezetőségi tag
2013-2014 MA angol felvételi vizsgabizottság tagja,
   
   
   

Nyelvtudás

Nyelv Nyelvtudás szintje és fajtája
japán felsőfokú, Nemzetközi Japán Nyelvi Alkalmassági Vizsga: 1. szint
koreai középfokú, Koreai Nyelvi Alkalmassági Vizsga: 3. szint
angol felsőfokú
magyar anyanyelvi
   

Díjak és kitüntetések

Díj vagy kitüntetés neve Kiadó intézmény Elnyerés éve
     
     
     

Tagság tudományos társaságokban

Szervezet neve Betöltött funkció
The Phonological Society of Japan vezetőségi tag
National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics külső project tag
Phonology Association in Kansai (PAIK) szervező, elnök
International Speech Communication Association tag
Association for Laboratory Phonology tag

Vendégoktatás és kutatóutak külföldi intézményekben

Időszak Intézmény Tevékenység
2011-2015 Kansai University, Japan megbízott oktató (nyelvészet)
2005-2007 Osaka University of Foreign Studies megbízott oktató
(magyar társalgás)
     
     
     

Doktori témavezetések

Doktori hallgató neve,
intézmény
Kutatási téma / Disszertáció címe Védés éve
     
     
     
     

Opponencia doktori védéseken

Doktori hallgató neve,
intézmény
Kutatási téma / Disszertáció címe Védés éve
??? (Xue Jinyang),
Kobe University
Long vowel reduction in Japanese 2014
     
     
     

 

Publikációs lista

(MTMT)


Monográfiák





Szerkesztett kötetek, folyóiratok



Könyvfejezetek

Pintér, G. (2015). Emergence of new consonant phonemes. In H. Kubozono (ed.) Handbook of Japanese Phonetics and Phonology, Chapter 3, 121–166, De Gruyter Mouton.

Pintér, G., S. Mizuguchi, K. Tateishi (2014). Perception of Prosodic Prominence and Boundaries by L1 and L2 Speakers of English. In Proceedings of InterSpeech 2014, Singapore.

Jokisch, Oliver, Tristan Langenberg, Gábor. Pintér, (2014). Intonation-Based Classification of Language Proficiency Using FDA. In Nick Campbell, Dafydd Gibbon, and Daniel Hirst (eds.) Speech Prosody 7, 795–798.

Pintér, G. (2013). Perceptual distance and the decline of Japanese velar glides. In: Kyoung Kwon (ed.) Japanese linguistics and Japanese education. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies: Seoul, 295–310. [in Japanese]

Pintér, G. (2008). Asymmetrical phonologization in Japanese: A case study. In H. Kubozono (ed.) Asymmetries in Phonology: An East-Asian Perspective, 165–181, Tokyo: Kuroshio.


Cikkek tudományos folyóiratokban

Pintér, G., S. Mizuguchi, K. Yamato (2014). Boundary and prominence perception by Japanese learners of English: A preliminary study. Phonological Studies (Phonological Society of Japan), 17, 59–66.

Pintér, G. (2011). Developing an open source pronunciation training system. Bulletin of School of Languages and Communication, 8, 52–60.

Pintér, G. (2010). Technical report about the current limitations of computer assisted pronunciation training systems. Bulletin of School of Languages and Communication, 7, 1–5.

Pintér, G. (2008). Syntagmatic and paradigmatic conditions on Japanese vowel devoicing. Phonological Studies (Phonological Society of Japan), 11, 27–32.

Pintér, G. (2007). Prosodic versus sequential constraints in phonotactics: A case study from Japanese. Kobe Papers in Linguistics, 5, 197–215.

Pintér, G. (2006). Richness of the Base and lexicon optimization in language change. Phonological Studies (Phonological Society of Japan), 9, 99–106.

Pintér, G. (2005). Vowel coalescence in Middle Japanese. Phonological Studies (Phonological Society of Japan), 8, 81–88.

Mark, S., K. Dohlus, G. Pintér (2005). Seeing geminates and hearing singletons: A pilot study. Theoretical and applied linguistics at Kobe Shoin, 8, 133–142.

Pintér, G. (2002). The minimal automaton of Japanese phonotactics. Online publication at Research Institute for Theoretical Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. [in Hungarian]

Pintér, G. (1999). The intonation of interrogative sentences in Japanese and Hungarian. Bulletin for Osaka University of Foreign Studies, 1, 81–94. [in Japanese]


Konferenciaközlemények




Recenziók




Fordítások




Szépirodalmi alkotások



Film és multimédia




Diszkográfia




Konferenciaszervezés




Nyilvános megjelenések

Pintér, G. (2014). Representational approaches to Japanese CV phonotactics. FAJL 2014, International Christian University, Tokyo.

Pintér, G., S. Mizuguchi, K. Yamato (2013). Prosody Perception by Japanese Learners of English. International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tokyo.

Pintér, G., (2012). A Usage-Oriented Approach to Building Language Learners’ Speech Corpora. International Workshop on Corpus Linguistics and Endangered Dialects –The 22nd Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tokyo.

Pintér, G. (2014). A brief outline of automatic speech recognition: Theory and (an) application. Global Seminar, Ritsumeikan University. [invited seminar talk].

Pintér, G., S. Mizuguchi (2013). Prosody Perception by Japanese EFLs. Phonology Association at Kansai (PAIK), Kobe University, November session.

Pintér, G. (2013). Towards User Generated Speech Databases in Language Education. The 13th Korea-Japan Workshop on Linguistics and Language Processing, Waseda University.

Pintér, G. (2013). The emergence of the stop-affricate system in Japanese. Phonology Association at Kansai (PAIK), Kobe University, April session.

Pintér, G. (2013). Hungarian overseas students and Japan. EU Japanese studies seminar, Kansai University. [invited seminar talk].
Pintér, G. (2012). Limitations of Computer Assisted Pronunciation Training Systems. JALT, Osaka chapter, January session. [invited talk]

Pintér, G. (2009). About the origins of Japanese CV restrictions. Phonology Forum, Kobe University.

Pintér, G. (2008). Investigating the origins of CV restriction in Japanese. Tokyo Circle of Phonologists (TCP), November session.

Pintér, G. (2007). Sequential constraints in phonotactic description. Phonology Forum, Sapporo University.

Pintér, G. (2007). Phonetic knowledge in language learning: A case study of Japanese learners of Hungarian. Information and Communications Technology in the Analysis, Teaching and Learning of Languages, Hiroshima.

Pintér, G. (2007). The interaction of contextual vowels and formant transitions in Japanese fricative perception. 315th Regular Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan, Tokyo University.

Pintér, G. (2007). Investigating the correlation between functional load and perceptual salience in Japanese alveolar obstruents. 2nd Joint Meeting of Phonological Association in Kansai and Tokyo Circle of Phonologists, Atami.

Pintér, G. (2006). Modeling diachronic changes of vowels: A computational approach. Phonology Forum, Waseda University.

Pintér, G. (2005). Where have the Japanese velar glides gone? LingO: Linguistics at Oxford, University of Oxford.

Pintér, G. (2004). Resolving hiatus in pre-modern Japanese. Phonology Forum, Hiroshima University.

Pintér, G. (2004). Vowel coalescence in Japanese: An OT approach with unary features. Phonology Association at Kansai (PAIK), Kobe University, February session.

Pintér, G. (2003). Hungarian geminates. The Uralic Society of Japan, Kansai University.

Pintér, G. (2002). Topic-focus articulation of Japanese sentences. European Association for Japanese Studies –Workshop for Doctoral Students, Paris.


Egyéb





Gábor Pintér

Title: Dr.
Gender: M
Year of Birth: 1977
Place of Birth (Country): Hungary
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Doctoral Studies
Year of Doctoral Defence (PhD / CSc): 2008
Discipline: Linguistics
Title of Thesis: Asymmetrical segment distributions in Japanese
Issuing Institution: Kobe University

MA Studies
Year of Obtaining the MA Degree: 2005
Discipline(s): Linguistics
Issuing Institution: Kobe University

Further Studies and Qualifications

Institution Qualification Year of Obtaining the Qualification
     
     
     

Employment
Current Employer: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities
Institute: Institute for Oriental Studies
Department: Japanese
Current Position(s):

Current Employer: Kobe University in Japan
Institute: School of Languages and Communication
Current Position(s): associate professor

Previous Employer: Advanced Media Inc. (Tokyo)
Previous Position Held: Programmer, Core Technology Group


Areas of Research and Teaching

Teaching: phonology, phonetics, morphology, general linguistics, English, Hungarian
Research: phonology, phonetics, automatic speech recognition

Membership in Research Groups and Projects

Project: Phonological Characteristics of the Japanese Lexicon (leader: Haruo Kubozono)
Instittue: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics,
Status: external member

Phonology Association in Kansai (chair, organizer)
status: organizer, chair

Project: Stochastic & theoretical phonological research based on databases and phonetic experiments (leader: Takeru Honma) (8 members)
Grant: JSPS - Scientific Research B
status: project member

Educational Functions, Curriculum Development and Other
Teaching-Related Activities

Period Function or Activity
2011-2013 English Education Division: board member
2013-2014 Undergraduate English Entrance Exam committee member (ca. 7000 applicants)
   
   
   

Language Skills

Language Level and Kind of Proficiency
Japanese fluent, Japanese-Language Proficiency Test: Level 1
Korean intermediate, Korean-Language Proficiency Test: Level 3
English fluent
Hungarian native
   

Honours, Distinctions, and Prizes

Name of Distinction Issuing Institution Year of Issuing
     
     
     

Membership in Academic Societies

Name of Organization Function (if any)
The phonological society of Japan board member
National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics external project member
Phonology Association in Kansai (PAIK) organizer, chair
International Speech Communication Association member
Association for Lboratory Phonology member
   

Guest Professorships and Research Fellowships in Foreign
Institutions

Period Institution Activities
2011-2015 (now) Kansai University, Japan part-time professor (linguistics)
2005-2007 Osaka University of Foreign Studies part-time professor (Hungarian conversation)
     
     
     

Promotorship in Doctoral Studies

Name of
Doctoral Student,
Institution
Research Topic / Title of Dissertation Year of Defence
(if applicable)
     
     
     
     

Opponentship in Doctoral Defences

Name of
Doctoral Student,
Institution
Title of Dissertation Year of Defence
???,
Kobe University
Long vowel reduction in Japanese 2014
     
     
     

 

List of Publications

(MTMT)


Monographs





Edited Books and Journals




Chapters in Books

Pintér, G. (2015). Emergence of new consonant phonemes. In H. Kubozono (ed.) Handbook of Japanese Phonetics and Phonology, Chapter 3, 121–166, De Gruyter Mouton.

Pintér, G., S. Mizuguchi, K. Tateishi (2014). Perception of Prosodic Prominence and Boundaries by L1 and L2 Speakers of English. In Proceedings of InterSpeech 2014, Singapore.

Jokisch, Oliver, Tristan Langenberg, Gábor. Pintér, (2014). Intonation-Based Classification of Language Proficiency Using FDA. In Nick Campbell, Dafydd Gibbon, and Daniel Hirst (eds.) Speech Prosody 7, 795–798.

Pintér, G. (2013). Perceptual distance and the decline of Japanese velar glides. In: Kyoung Kwon (ed.) Japanese linguistics and Japanese education. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies: Seoul, 295–310. [in Japanese]

Pintér, G. (2008). Asymmetrical phonologization in Japanese: A case study. In H. Kubozono (ed.) Asymmetries in Phonology: An East-Asian Perspective, 165–181, Tokyo: Kuroshio.


Articles in Academic Reviews (Printed and Electronic)

Pintér, G., S. Mizuguchi, K. Yamato (2014). Boundary and prominence perception by Japanese learners of English: A preliminary study. Phonological Studies (Phonological Society of Japan), 17, 59–66.

Pintér, G. (2011). Developing an open source pronunciation training system. Bulletin of School of Languages and Communication, 8, 52–60.

Pintér, G. (2010). Technical report about the current limitations of computer assisted pronunciation training systems. Bulletin of School of Languages and Communication, 7, 1–5.

Pintér, G. (2008). Syntagmatic and paradigmatic conditions on Japanese vowel devoicing. Phonological Studies (Phonological Society of Japan), 11, 27–32.

Pintér, G. (2007). Prosodic versus sequential constraints in phonotactics: A case study from Japanese. Kobe Papers in Linguistics, 5, 197–215.

Pintér, G. (2006). Richness of the Base and lexicon optimization in language change. Phonological Studies (Phonological Society of Japan), 9, 99–106.
Pintér, G. (2005). Vowel coalescence in Middle Japanese. Phonological Studies (Phonological Society of Japan), 8, 81–88.

Mark, S., K. Dohlus, G. Pintér (2005). Seeing geminates and hearing singletons: A pilot study. Theoretical and applied linguistics at Kobe Shoin, 8, 133–142.

Pintér, G. (2002). The minimal automaton of Japanese phonotactics. Online publication at Research Institute for Theoretical Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. [in Hungarian]

Pintér, G. (1999). The intonation of interrogative sentences in Japanese and Hungarian. Bulletin for Osaka University of Foreign Studies, 1, 81–94. [in Japanese]

Conference Proceedings (Printed and Electronic)




Book Reviews




Translations




Creative Writing




Films and Multimedia (Digital Textbooks, Multimedia Creations etc.)




Discography




Organisation of Conferences




Academic and public Appearances (Live and Electronic)

Pintér, G. (2014). Representational approaches to Japanese CV phonotactics. FAJL 2014, International Christian University, Tokyo.

Pintér, G., S. Mizuguchi, K. Yamato (2013). Prosody Perception by Japanese Learners of English. International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tokyo.

Pintér, G., (2012). A Usage-Oriented Approach to Building Language Learners’ Speech Corpora. International Workshop on Corpus Linguistics and Endangered Dialects –The 22nd Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tokyo.

Pintér, G. (2014). A brief outline of automatic speech recognition: Theory and (an) application. Global Seminar, Ritsumeikan University. [invited seminar talk].

Pintér, G., S. Mizuguchi (2013). Prosody Perception by Japanese EFLs. Phonology Association at Kansai (PAIK), Kobe University, November session.

Pintér, G. (2013). Towards User Generated Speech Databases in Language Education. The 13th Korea-Japan Workshop on Linguistics and Language Processing, Waseda University.

Pintér, G. (2013). The emergence of the stop-affricate system in Japanese. Phonology Association at Kansai (PAIK), Kobe University, April session.

Pintér, G. (2013). Hungarian overseas students and Japan. EU Japanese studies seminar, Kansai University. [invited seminar talk].
Pintér, G. (2012). Limitations of Computer Assisted Pronunciation Training Systems. JALT, Osaka chapter, January session. [invited talk]

Pintér, G. (2009). About the origins of Japanese CV restrictions. Phonology Forum, Kobe University.

Pintér, G. (2008). Investigating the origins of CV restriction in Japanese. Tokyo Circle of Phonologists (TCP), November session.

Pintér, G. (2007). Sequential constraints in phonotactic description. Phonology Forum, Sapporo University.

Pintér, G. (2007). Phonetic knowledge in language learning: A case study of Japanese learners of Hungarian. Information and Communications Technology in the Analysis, Teaching and Learning of Languages, Hiroshima.

Pintér, G. (2007). The interaction of contextual vowels and formant transitions in Japanese fricative perception. 315th Regular Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan, Tokyo University.

Pintér, G. (2007). Investigating the correlation between functional load and perceptual salience in Japanese alveolar obstruents. 2nd Joint Meeting of Phonological Association in Kansai and Tokyo Circle of Phonologists, Atami.

Pintér, G. (2006). Modeling diachronic changes of vowels: A computational approach. Phonology Forum, Waseda University.

Pintér, G. (2005). Where have the Japanese velar glides gone? LingO: Linguistics at Oxford, University of Oxford.

Pintér, G. (2004). Resolving hiatus in pre-modern Japanese. Phonology Forum, Hiroshima University.

Pintér, G. (2004). Vowel coalescence in Japanese: An OT approach with unary features. Phonology Association at Kansai (PAIK), Kobe University, February session.

Pintér, G. (2003). Hungarian geminates. The Uralic Society of Japan, Kansai University.

Pintér, G. (2002). Topic-focus articulation of Japanese sentences. European Association for Japanese Studies –Workshop for Doctoral Students, Paris.

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