Prof. Dr. Grzegorz Dogil †

Prof. Dr. phil habil
Grzegorz Dogil †
Lehrstuhlinhaber "Experimentelle Phonetik"

Grzegorz Dogil †
Universität Stuttgart
Institut für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
Pfaffenwaldring 5b
70569 Stuttgart

Mit großer Trauer teilen wir mit, dass Professor Dr. Grzegorz Dogil, Lehrstuhlinhaber für Experimentelle Phonetik, nach langer Krankheit am Dienstag, den 26.12.2017, verstorben ist.

  • Sonderforschungsbereich 732 
    Incremental specification in context
    (supported by DFG, 7/2006-6/2010)
    • Project A1: Incremental specification of focus and givenness in a discourse context
      Project A2: Exemplar-based speech representation
      Project A3: Incremental specification in speech
      Project A4: Phonetic convergence in spontaneous speech 
  • Schwerpunktprogramm 1234 
    Sprachlautliche Kompetenz: Zwischen Grammatik, Signalverarbeitung und neuronaler Aktivität
    • Project: Phonetic perceptual reference space for prosodic phonological categories
      (supported by  DFG, 7/2006-6/2009)
  • Prosody Acquisition
    • Project: Tonal and temporal development of L1 prosodic categories
      (supported by DFG, 7/2008-6/2011)
    • Project: First language acquisition of acoustic correlates of word stress
      (supported by DFG, 10/2004-9/2007)
  • SmartWeb
    • Project: Speech synthesis in a system enabling mobile access to the Semantic Web
      (supported by BMBF, 4/2004-3/2007)
  • Prosody Production
    • Project: A computational model of target oriented production of prosody
      (supported by  DFG, 10/2001-9/2004)
  • SmartKom
    • Project: Speech output component for a multimodal system
      (supported by  BMBF, 9/1999-9/2003)
  • Schwerpunktprogramm Sprachproduktion
    • Project: The neuroanatomic foundation of language production: Visual examination using functional Magnet Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
      (supported by DFG, 1997-2003)
  • Speech Synthesis
    • Project: Modeling of the linguistic context for speech synthesis
      (supported by DFG; project completed)
  • Alignment Project
    • Project: Segmentation of Speech Data from the Mannheim Institute of German Language (IDS)
      (supported by the Ministery of Research and Education, Baden-Wuerttemberg; project completed)
  • Sonderforschungsbereich 340
    • Project C4: Aspects of Prosodic Structure for Discourse Representation Theory
      (supported by DFG; project completed)
  • Neurophonetik
  • Modelle der Sprachproduktion
  • Klinische Linguistik
  • Sprachtalent

 Sommersemester 2013

  • Sprache und Gehirn, Montag 17:30-19:00, V 5.01/02
  • CL Team-Lab, Montag 15:45-17:15, V 5.01/02
  • Research Seminar, Donnerstag 14:00-15:30, V 5.01/02


  • Duran, Danial, Bruni, Jagoda, Dogil, Grzegorz, Roux, Justus (2017) The Social Life of Setswana Ejectives. Proc. Interspeech 2017, 3787-3791, DOI: 10.21437/Interspeech.2017-922


  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni, Grzegorz Dogil: Modelling social aspects of sound change with the Kamoso framework. Präsentation bei: 4th International Workshop on Sound Change, University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland. April 2017.




  • Jagoda Bruni, Daniel Duran und Grzegorz Dogil: Usage-based phonology and simulations as means to investigate unintuitive voicing behavior. Proceedings of the Annual Meetings on Phonology, Vol. 2, 2016. DOI:



  • Schweitzer, Antje; Lewandowski, Natalie; Duran, Daniel; Dogil, Grzegorz Attention, please! -- Expanding the GECO database in Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow.
  • Schweitzer, Katrin; Gärtner, Markus; Riester, Arndt; Rösiger, Ina; Eckart, Kerstin; Kuhn, Jonas; Dogil, Grzegorz Analysing automatic descriptions of intonation with ICARUS in Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech) pp. 319-323 Dresden.
  • Schweitzer, Katrin; Walsh, Michael; Calhoun, Sashsa; Schütze, Hinrich; Möbius, Bernd; Schweitzer, Antje; Dogil, Grzegorz Exploring the relationship between intonation and the lexicon: Evidence for lexicalised storage of intonation Speech Communication 6:65-81.


  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni, Michael Walsh und Grzegorz Dogil: A Hybrid Model to Investigate Language Change. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4. Paper number 735. Retrieved from





  • Schweitzer, Antje; Lewandowski, Natalie; Dogil, Grzegorz Advancing corpus-based analyses of spontaneous speech: Switch to GECO! Abstract and Poster Presentation at LabPhon, Tokyo.


  • Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni und Grzegorz Dogil: Modeling multi-modal factors in speech production with the Context Sequence Model.
    In: Petra Wagner (Hrsg.): Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2013 -- Tagungsband der 24. Konferenz; Bielefeld, 26. - 28. März 2013. TUDpress, pp. 86–92. ISBN: 978-3-944331


  • Duran Daniel; Bruni, Jagoda; Dogil, Grzegorz Correlation between acoustic and articulatoryinformation as factors coexisting in the Context Sequence Model of speechproduction. Montreal ASA meeting 2013 (accepted)


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Crossing the quantal barriers of features: subglottal resonances and Swabian diphthongs in Goldsmith et al. Tones and features, Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter. 

  • Daniel, Duran; Jagoda, Bruni; Dogil, Grzegorz: Specification in context - incorporation of an articulatory factor into the Context Sequence Model. Proceedings of the 43rd PLM conference (Poznan, Poland).

  • Duran, Daniel; Bruni, Jagoda; Michael, Walsh; Hinrich, Schütze; Grzegorz, Dogil: Phonological constraints verified by a rich memory exemplar model: extrametricality and articulatory binding in Polish obstruent-sonorant rhymes. Book of abstracts of the 13th Conference of Laboratory Phonology, Stuttgart, Germany, July 27-29, 2012.
  • Schweitzer, Katrin; Eckart, Kerstin; Dogil, Grzegorz; Augurzky, Petra Prosodic Balance poster presentation at the 13th conference on laboratory phonology (LabPhon 13).



  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Schweitzer, Antje Quantal effects in the Temporal Alignment of Prosodic Events in Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (Hong Kong) pp. 595-598.  

  • Duran, Daniel; Bruni, Jagoda; Dogil, Grzegorz; Schütze, Hinrich Speech events are recoverable from unlabeled articulatory data: Using an unsupervised clustering approach on data obtained from Electromagnetic Midsaggital Articulography (EMA) in Interspeech Conference Proceedings pp. 2201-2204. 

  • Duran, Daniel; Bruni, Jagoda; Schütze, Hinrich; Dogil, Grzegorz Context Sequence Model of Speech Production Enriched with Articulatory Features in Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) pp. 615-618. Schweitzer, Katrin; Eckart, Kerstin; Augurzky, Petra; Lewandowski, Natalie; Dogil, Grzegorz A corpus-phonetic investigation of prosodic balance in German talk at "Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) 2011", Paris, France. (Abstract submission).


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Hard-wired phonology in Fougeron et al. (Eds.) Laboratory Phonology 10 pp. 343-380. Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter. 
  • Möcke, Doris; Sieczkowska, Jagoda; Niemann, Henrik; Grice, Martine; Dogil, Grzegorz Sonortity Profiles, Gestural coordination and Phonological Licensing– Obstruent-Sonorant clusters in Polish . 

  • Sieczkowska, Jagoda; Dogil, Grzegorz Voicing profile of sonorants in consonant clusters: a case of Polish, German and American English .

  • Sieczkowska, Jagoda; Möbius, Bernd; Dogil, Grzegorz Specification in Context - devoicing processes in Polish, French, American English and German . 

  • Wade, Travis; Dogil, Grzegorz; Schütze, Hinrich; Walsh, Michael; Möbius, Bernd Syllable frequency effects in a context-sensitive segment production model Journal of Phonetics 38, p.227-239. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Rota, Guiseppina Direct brain-feedback and prosody processing in Fuchs et al. (Eds) Some Aspects of Speech and the Brain, Peter Lang Verlag, pp. 35-58.
  • Dogil, Grzegorz (Editor) Language Talent and Brain Activity. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin.
  • Anufryk, Volha; Dogil, Grzegorz On prosodic variation and pronunciation aptitude: a case study of German speakers of English The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 

  • Lewandowski, Natalie; Dogil, Grzegorz Perception-production loop in native-non-native dialogs: Phonetic convergence (A) Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125(4):2768. 

  • Schneider, Katrin; Dogil, Grzegorz; Möbius, Bernd German boundary tones show categorical perception and a perceptual magnet effect when presented in different contexts in Proceedings of Interspeech 2009 (Brighton) pp. 2519-2522.  

  • Schweitzer, Katrin; Riester, Arndt; Walsh, Michael; Dogil, Grzegorz Pitch Accents and Information Status in a German Radio News Corpus in Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech) Brighton. 

  • Sieczkowska, Jagoda; Dogil, Grzegorz Voicing profile of Polish and German sonorants in obstruent clusters in Proceedings of Meetings of on Acoustics volume 6 pp. 062002-062002-6. 

  • Sieczkowska, Jagoda; Möbius, Bernd; Schweitzer, Antje; Walsh, Michael; Dogil, Grzegorz Voicing profile of Polish consonants: [r] in obstruent clusters in Proceedings of Interspeech 2009 (Brighton) pp. 2319-2322.  


  • Dogil, Gzegorz Aspects of the neural representation of spoken language in van Sterkenburg (Ed.) Unity and Diversity of Languages, John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 59-72.
  • Baumotte, Henrike; Dogil, Grzegorz Coarticulation in non-native speakers of English: /elV/-sequences in non-proficient vs. proficient learnersin Proceedings of the 2^nd ISCA Workshop on Experimental Linguistics. ExLing 2008 Athens, Grece. 

  • Lewandowski, Natalie; Wade, Travis; Dogil, Grzegorz Phonetic convergence and language talent within native-nonnative interactions in A. Botinis, editor, Proceedings of ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics University of Athens Athens, Greece. 

  • Madsack, Andreas; Lulich, Steven; Wokurek, Wolfgang; Dogil, Grzegorz Subglottal Resonances and Vowel Formant Variability: A Case Study of High German Monophthongs and Swabian Diphthongs LabPhon11, Wellington. 


  • Barbisch, Martin; Dogil, Grzegorz; Möbius, Bernd; Säuberlich, Bettina; Schweitzer, Antje Unit selection synthesis in the SmartWeb project in Proceedings of the 6th ISCA Workshop on Speech Synthesis (SSW-6, Bonn) pp. 304-309.  

  • Baumotte, Henrike; Dogil, Grzegorz State of the art of phonetic language aptitude linking phonetic as well as phonological models to empirical neuroimaging (neurolinguistic) research in H. D. Zimmer; C. Frings; A. Mecklinger; B. Opitz; M. Pospeschill and D. Wentura, editors, Cognitive Science 2007. Proceedings of the 8^th Annual Conference Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society of Germany Saarbrücken, Germany. 

  • Baumotte, Henrike; Lenz, Matthias; Dogil, Grzegorz; Reiterer, Susanne Coarticulatory resistance as a basis for a foreign accent: V-to-V coarticulation in German VCV-sequences: A pilot study in S. Van Daele; A. Housen; F. Kuiken; M. Pierrard and I. Vedder, editors, Complexity, Accuracy and Fluency in Second Language Use, Learning & Teaching. Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van Belgie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten, Wetteren: Universa Press. 

  • Baumotte, Henrike; Müller, Horst M.; Dogil, Grzegorz Lexical access from spectrum? Phonetic properties of proper names and common nouns in German and Mandarin Chinese in H. D. Zimmer; C. Frings; A. Mecklinger; B. Opitz; M. Pospeschill and D. Wentura, editors, Cognitive Science 2007. Proceedings of the 8^th Annual Conference Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society of Germany Saarbrücken, Germany. 

  • Benner, Uta; Flechsig, Ines; Dogil, Grzegorz; Möbius, Bernd Coarticulatory resistance in a mental syllabary in Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (Saarbrücken) pp. 485-488.  


  • Schneider, Katrin; Lintfert, Britta; Dogil, Grzegorz; Möbius, Bernd Phonetic grounding of prosodic categories in Stefan Sudhoff; Denisa Lenertová; Roland Meyer; Sandra Pappert; Petra Augurzky; Ina Mleinek; Nicole Richter and Johannes Schließer, editors, Methods in Empirical Prosody Research pp. 335-361 de Gruyter, Berlin; New York.  

  • Schweitzer, Antje; Braunschweiler, Norbert; Dogil, Grzegorz; Klankert, Tanja; Möbius, Bernd; Möhler, Gregor; Morais, Edmilson; Säuberlich, Bettina; Thomae, Matthias Multimodal speech synthesis in Wolfgang Wahlster, editor, SmartKom: Foundations of Multimodal Dialogue Systems pp. 411-435 Springer.  



  • Dogil, Grzegorz, Folia Linguistica Special Issue on Voicing XXXVIII/1-2, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin.
  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Ackermann, Hermann; Grodd, Wolfgang; Haider, Hubert; Kamp, Hans; Mayer, Jörg; Riecker, Axel; Röhm, Dietmar; Wildgruber, Dirk; Wokurek, Wolfgang Brain dynamics induced by language production in Thomas Pechmann and Christopher Habel, editors, Multidisciplinary Approaches to Language Production pp. 397-431 Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Ackermann, Hermann; Mayer, Jörg; Riecker, Axel; Wildgruber, Dirk Das Sprechnetzwerk im menschlichen Gehirn: Evidenz aus der funktionalen Kernspintomographie und aus der Klinik in Horst Müller, editor, Neurokognition der Sprache pp. 191-211 Stauffenburg, Tübingen. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Frese, Inga; Haider, Hubert; Röhm, Dietmar; Wokurek, Wolfgang Where and how does grammatically geared processing take place - and why is Broca's area often involved. A coordinated fMRI/ERBP study of language processing Brain and Language 89(2):337-345.

  • Schweitzer, Antje; Braunschweiler, Norbert; Dogil, Grzegorz; Möbius, Bernd Assessing the acceptability of the SmartKom speech synthesis voices in Proceedings of the 5th ISCA Speech Synthesis Workshop (Pittsburgh, PA) pp. 1-6. 



  • Dogil, Grzegorz Naturally! Festschrift für Wolfgang Ulrich Dressler in Chris Schaner-Wolles; John R. Rennison and Friedrich Neubarth, editors, Interfacing language and speech in the human brain pp. 97-103 Rosenberg & Sellier, Wien. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Understanding Prosody in Gert Rickheit; Theo Herrmann and Werner Deutsch, editors, Psycholinguistics: An International Handbook pp. 544-566 Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz How we say When it happens in Hans Kamp and Uwe Reyle, editors, Intonation of Aspectual Meaning: Remarks on NOCH in German pp. 1-17 Max Niemeyer Verlag, Tübingen. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Riecker, Axel; Ackermann, Hermann; Wildgruber, Dirk; Mayer, Jörg; Haider, Hubert; Grodd, Wolfgang; Kamp, Hans The Speaking Brain: a tutorial introduction to fMRI experiments in the production of speech, prosody and syntax Journal of Neurolinguistics (15):59-90. 

  • Möbius, Bernd; Dogil, Grzegorz Phonemic and postural effects on the production of prosody in Bernard Bel and Isabelle Marlien, editors, Proceedings of the Speech Prosody 2002 Conference pp. 523-526 Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Aix-en-Provence. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Mayer, Jörg Sprache und Gehirn: ein audio-visuelles Tutorial .  

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Möbius, Bernd Toward a perception based model of the production of prosody Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 110(5, Pt. 2):2737. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Möbius, Bernd Towards a model of target oriented production of prosody in Proceedings of the European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Aalborg, Denmark) volume 1 pp. 665-668 ISCA. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Riecker, Axel; Ackermann, Hermann; Wildgruber, Dirk; Grodd, Wolfgang Opposite hemispheric lateralization effects during speaking and singing at motor cortex, insula and cerebellum NeuroReport 11:200-208. 

  • Mayer, Jörg; Haider, Hubert; Dogil, Grzegorz; Ackermann, Hermann; Erb, Michael; Riecker, Axel; Wildgruber, Dirk; Grodd, Wolfgang Cognitive substrate of syntactic operations - evidence from fMRI NeuroImage 11(5):302.  

  • Riecker, Axel; Ackermann, Hermann; Wildgruber, Dirk; Mayer, Jörg; Dogil, Grzegorz; Haider, Hubert; Grodd, Wolfgang Articulatory/Phonetic Sequencing at the Level of the Anterior Perisylvian Cortex: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Study Brain and Language 75(2):259-276. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Acoustic landmarks and prosodic asymmetries in Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) pp. 128-134 San Francisco. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz The phonetic manifestation of word stress in Harry van der Hulst, editor, Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe pp. 273-334 de Gruyter, Berlin. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz West Slavic in Harry van der Hulst, editor, Word Prosodic Systems in the Languages of Europe pp. 877-896 de Gruyter, Berlin. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Jilka, Matthias; Möhler, Gregor Rules for generation of TOBI-based American English intonation Speech Communication 28(2):83-108. 

  • Mayer, Jörg; Dogil, Grzegorz; Wildgruber, Dirk; Riecker, Axel; Ackermann, Hermann; Grodd, Wolfgang Prosody in speech production: A fMRI study in Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) pp. 635-638 San Francisco.  

  • Mayer, Jörg; Dogil, Grzegorz; Wildgruber, Dirk; Riecker, Axel; Ackermann, Hermann; Grodd, Wolfgang; Haider, Hubert Die funktionelle Neuroanatomie der Prosodiegenerierung MS. Universität Stuttgart.  


  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Claßen, Kathrin; Jessen, Michael; Marasek, Krzysztof; Wokurek, Wolfgang Stimmqualität und Wortbetonung im DeutschenLinguistische Berichte 174:202-245. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Mavimbela, Patricia; Mayer, Jörg Speech Encoding and Apraxia of Speech: Evidence from Xhosa in Wolfram Ziegler and Karin Deger, editors, Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics pp. 414-422 Whurr Publishers Ltd., London. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Mayer, Jörg The mapping of prosody in speech production: Methodological issues NeuroImage 7(4):189-191.  

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Mayer, Jörg Selective phonological impairment: a case of Apraxia of Speech Phonology 15:143-188.  

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Möhler, Gregor Phonetic invariance and phonological stability: Lithuanian pitch accents in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP) pp. 75-86 Sydney.  

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Rapp, Stefan Same news is good news: automatically collecting reoccuring radio news stories in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP) pp. 18-24 Sydney. 

  • Riecker, Axel; Wildgruber, Dirk; Ackermann, Hermann; Mayer, Jörg; Dogil, Grzegorz; Haider, Hubert; Grodd, Wolfgang Motor cortex activation of elementary and complex orofacial movements NeuroImage 9:18-34. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Kuhn, Jonas; Mayer, Jörg; Möhler, Gregor; Rapp, Stefan Prosody and discourse structure: Issues and experiments in Proceedings of the ESCA Workshop on Intonation: Theory, Models and Applications pp. 99-102 Athens, Greece.  

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Roux, Justus C. On the phonetic representation of clicks in Proceedings of the 5th World Cogress of Linguists pp. 72-85 Paris. 


  • Bender, Annegret; Dogil, Grzegorz; Mayer, Jörg Prosodic disambiguation of anaphoric pronouns in German discourses in Proceedings of the Discourse Anaphora and Resolution Colloquium (DAARC96) pp. 28-39 Lancaster University. 
  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Mayer, Jörg; Roux, Justus C. Syllables and unencoded speech. Clicks and their accompaniments in Xhosa in John R. Rennison and Klaus Kühnhammer, editors, Proceedings of the 8th International Phonology Meeting (Phonologica): Syllables !? pp. 49-60 The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics, Vienna. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Phonetic correlates of word stress emph Arbeitspapiere des Instituts für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung (Univ. Stuttgart), Phonetik AIMS 2(2):1-60. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Stress and accent in Baltic languages emph Arbeitspapiere des Instituts für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung (Univ. Stuttgart), Phonetik AIMS 2(2):89-112. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Stress patterns in West Slavic languages emph Arbeitspapiere des Instituts für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung (Univ. Stuttgart), Phonetik AIMS 2(2):61-88. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Haider, Hubert; Schaner-Wolles, Chris; Husmann, R. Radical autonomy of syntax: evidence from transcortical sensory aphasiaAphasiology 9(6):577-602. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Roux, Justus C.; Wokurek, Wolfgang Click articulations in Xhosa: New perspectives through Wigner Distribution Analysis in Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) volume 2 pp. 574-577 Stockholm. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Scharf, Gabriele; Hertrich, Ingo; Roca, Iggy Articulatory correlates of secondary stress in Polish and Spanish in Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) volume 4 pp. 634-637 Stockholm. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Scharf, Gabriele; Hertrich, Ingo; Roux, Justus C. An articulatory description of clicks by means of electromagnetic articulography in Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) volume 1 pp. 378-379 Stockholm. 

  • Möhler, Gregor; Dogil, Grzegorz Test Environment for the Two-Level Model of Germanic Prominence in Proceedings of Eurospeech volume 2 pp. 1019-1022 Madrid.  


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Phonologische Nachbarschaft trotz akustischer Ferne in Maria Bonner; Edith Braun and Hans Fix, editors, Nachbarschaften - Festschrift für Max Mangold pp. 57-66 Saarbrücken. 


  • Bender, Annegret; Dogil, Grzegorz; Mayer, Jörg Computerunterstützte Diagnostik und Therapie der neurogenen Lautstörungen: Elektrolaryngographie in Volkbert M. Roth, editor, Computer in der Sprachtherapie pp. 125-134 Gunter Narr Verlag, Tübingen. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz La phonologie peut-elle renoncer aux traits distinctifs de classe superieure in Bernard Laks and Annie Rialland, editors, Architecture des Représentations Phonologiques pp. 187-202 Éditions du CNRS, Paris. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Wigner time-frequency representation for major places of articulation in stop consonants in Proceedings of the 12th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) pp. 390-395 Aix-en-Provence. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz The communicative function of prosody in a semantic jargon aphasia Journal of Neurolinguistics 5:353-371. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Sektionen über Phonologie und Morphonologie in Hadumod Bußmann, editor, Lexikon der Sprachwissenschaft Alfred Kröner Verlag, Stuttgart. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Jessen, Michael Bielefelder Aphasie Korpus universität Bielefeld MS. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Luschützky, Hans Christian Notes on sonority and segmental strength Rivista di Linguistica 2(2):3-56. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz The phonological and acoustic form of neologistic jargon aphasia Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 3:265-279. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Phonologische Konfigurationen, Natürliche Klassen, Sonorität und Syllabizität in Martin Prinzhorn, editor, Phonologie pp. 198-222 Westdeutscher Verlag, Opladen. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Wigner Distribution analysis of stop consonant release transients in Proceedings of the Speech Research 1989 pp. 1-6. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Aguado, M. Clitics in Lexical Phonology Linguistische Berichte 120:99-116. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz; Jessen, Michael Phonologie in der Nähe der Phonetik: Die Affrikaten im Polnischen und Deutschen in Martin Prinzhorn, editor, Phonologie pp. 223-279 Westdeutscher Verlag, Opladen. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Linguistic Phonetic Features: A study in systematic phonetics Linguistic Association University of Duisburg, Duisburg. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz On the acoustics of multiply articulated consonants Wiener Linguistische Gazette 42:3-56. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Phonological configurations, natural classes, sonority and syllabicity in Harry van der Hulst and Norval Smith, editors, Features, segmental structures and harmony processes pp. 79-103 Foris, Dordrecht. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz The Pivot model of speech parsing Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Prototypical speech events and speech parsing in Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) pp. 360-367 Tallinn. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Der Pivot Parser: Eine Hypothese zur Sprachwahrnehmung Linguistische Berichte 106:456-470. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Phonological Pivot Parsing in Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING) pp. 615-619 Bonn. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Nonlinear phonology in the area of speech and grammar pathology in Harry van der Hulst and Norval Smith, editors, Advances in nonlinear phonology pp. 161-178 Foris, Dordrecht. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Grammatical prerequisites to the analysis of speech style in Dafydd Gibbon and Helmut Richter, editors, Intonation, Accent and Rhythm, Studies in Discourse Phonology pp. 91-119 de Gruyter, Berlin. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Lexical phonology and floating inflection in Polish in Proceedings of the 5th International Phonology Meeting (Phonologica) pp. 39-47 Eisenstadt. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz On the evaluation measure for prosodic phonology Linguistics 22:281-311. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Elementary accent systems in Proceedings of the 4th International Phonology Meeting (Phonologica) pp. 89-100 Innsbruck. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Fokus marking in Polish Linguistic Analysis 6:221-245. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Autonomous suprasegmental phonology Grazer Linguistische Studien 10:19-26. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Autosegmental account of phonological emphasis Lingusitic Research Inc., Edmonton. 

  • Dogil, Grzegorz Metrical stress in Polish International Review of Slavic Linguistics 4:49-70. 


  • Dogil, Grzegorz Fokus marking in Polish Harvard Studies in Phonology 1:273-315. 


  • Vorsitzender des Organisations-Kommittees der Labphon 2012 
  • Vorstandsmitglied der "Association of Laboratory Phonology"
  • Dekan Fakultät 9, Universität Stuttgart
  • Sprecher des DFG-Schwerpunktprogramms "Lautsprachliche Kompetenz"
  • Vorstandsmitglied des SFB 732



    seit 1994

    Universität Stuttgart

    Direktor des Instituts für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung an der Universität Stuttgart

    seit 1993

    Universität Stuttgart

    Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Experimentelle Phonetik an der Universität Stuttgart (Ordentlicher Universitätsprofessor, C4)


    Universität Bielefeld

     Fakultät für Linguistik

    • Hochschulassistent, 1982-1986
    • Hochschuldozent, 1986-1993


    Universität Bielefeld: Habilitation

    Venia Legendi - Allgemeine und angewandte Sprachwissenschaft


    Johannes-Krankenhaus Bielefeld

    Klinischer Linguist an der Neurologischen Klinik


    Universität Wien

     Dozent am Institut für Sprachwissenschaft


    Universität Cambridge

    Postgrad. Fellow


    Adam Mickiewicz Universität

    wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter der Abtleilung English Language and Linguistics



    Adam Mickiewicz Universität Poznan: Doktor der Philosophie, PhD


    Maria Curie-Sklodowska Universität Lublin: Magister der Philosophie, MA