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Anders Eriksson is an emeritus professor in phonetics at Stockholm University. He is an active researcher in areas of linguistics/phonetics such as acoustic phonetics, speech perception, forensic phonetics and forensic psychology. He has been active in forensic phonetic case work and is a member in The International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics (IAFPA). Recent research in forensic phonetics has been focused on methods used in speaker comparisons for forensic purposes.
Renata Passetti has a Ph.D. in Linguistics at University of Campinas, Brazil. Her research interests include Forensic Phonetics, especially the study of the telephone transmission effect on speech. Nowadays she is a postdoc researcher at Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil, and works on the phonetic-perceptual description of voice quality in audio messaging apps. Her actual research is funded by CAPES at the Academic Cooperation Program at Public Security and Forensic Sciences.
Julio Cesar Cavalcanti has a PhD in Linguistics by the University of Campinas – UNICAMP, having carried out his doctorate internship at the Department of Linguistics at Stockholm University – SU. His current research is primarily concerned with the analysis of phonetic-acoustic patterns in genetically-related and non-related speakers, with a particular focus on speaker discriminatory parameters and their forensic applications. His research was funded by CNPq and the CAPES-STINT cooperation.
P. A. Barbosa obtained his PhD degree in 1994 from the INP de Grenoble in France and his tenure in 2006 from the State University of Campinas, where he is associate professor at the Dep. of Linguistics. He is responsible for the Speech Prosody Studies Group and his interests are direct to experimental prosody, acoustic phonetics, speech rhythm, dynamical systems theory, speech pathology analysis, L2/FL phonetics. He is Editor of the Journal of Speech Sciences.