The OCP18 will take place entirely as a virtual event. The time zone of OCP18 is Central European Standard Time (GMT+1)

Chair                 Francesc Torres-Tamarit (SFL, CNRS, Université Paris 8)
Technical assistants: Joana Catany (Universitat de les Illes Balears) and Vicky Leonetti (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

9-9:30                Welcome remarks

Chair                  Clàudia Pons-Moll (Universitat de Barcelona)

9:30-10:30         Invited speaker: The phonology-morphology interface in enclisis. Eulàlia Bonet

10:30-11             Coffee break

Breakout room 1 Bonet

Session 1:

11-11:30           Dittongo mobile and g infixation: reducing root allomorphy in Italian verbs. Edoardo Cavirani

11:30-12           Two kinds of epenthesis in Brazilian Portuguese. Alex Chabot

12-12:30           Bipositionality and place licensing in Getxo Basque palatalization. Shanti Ulfsbjorninn and Katalin Balogné Bérces

12:30-13           Discussion

Breakout room 1 Cavirani

Breakout room 2 Chabot

Breakout room 3 Ulfsbjorninn & Balogné Bérces

13-14:30     Lunch

Session 2:

Chair                Maria del Mar Vanrell (Universitat de les Illes Balears)
Technical assistants: session 2 – Christopher Little and Esperança Colom (Universitat de les Illes Balears); session 3 – Josep Ramon Santiago and Pere Garau (Universitat de les Illes Balears)

14:30-15           When glides are obstruents, or Turkish [j]. Stefano Canalis, Semra Özdemir, Utku Türk and Ümit Tunçer

15-15:30           A rate-independent acoustic attribute of gemination: A cross-linguistic perspective. Anne Hermes, Sam Tilsen and Rachid Ridouane

15:30-16           How vowel length interacts with final lengthening: A corpus study. Ludger Paschen, Susanne Fuchs and Frank Seifart

16-16:30          Coffee break

Breakout room 1 Canalis et al.

Breakout room 2 Hermes et al.

Breakout room 3 Paschen et al.

Session 3:

16:30-17           A gradually developing lexicon leads to robust emergence of phonological features in a neural network. Klaas Seinhorst, Paul Boersma and Silke Hamann

17-17:30           A richer model is not always more accurate: Evaluating phonotactic knowledge with 8,400 Nonwords. Calvin Yang and Kevin Tang

17:30-18           Modeling the acceptability of Mandarin pseudowords with big data– the case of gradient phonotactics. Kevin Tang, Kaixuan Gong, Jingyi Yang, Sixian Du and Yanduo Chen

18-18:30          Discussion

Breakout room 1 Seinhorst et al.

Breakout room 2 Yang & Tang

Breakout room 3 Tang et al.