Ting Huang
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Ting
Huang
MIT Postdoctoral Fellow

MIT Linguistics and Philosophy
77 Massachusetts Avenue, 32-D808
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA

Phonology, Phonetics, Language Variation, Articulatory/Acoustic Theory

Journal Articles

Refereed works

  1. Ting Huang, Chang, Yueh-chin and Feng-fan Hsieh. 2016. “Articulatory Characteristics of the Coronal Consonants in Malaysian Mandarin: with Special Reference to the Non-“canonical””, Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol.46, No.4, pp.743-783.
  2. Yuchau E. Hsiao and Ting Huang. 2007. “The Prosody of Mandarin Finger Rhymes”, Journal of Chinese Language Teaching, Vol.4, No.2, pp.29-42.

Works In-prep

  1. Ting Huang, Chang, Yueh-chin and Feng-fan Hsieh. “Post-focus Compression in Malaysian Hokkien: A variegated feature?”
  2. Chang, Yueh-chin, Feng-fan Hsieh and Ting Huang. “A comparative acoustic study of Malaysian Hokkien and Coastal Taiwanese vowel systems: With special reference to central vowels”

 

Conference Proceedings

  1. Ting Huang, Yueh-chin Chang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2014. “Incomplete Neutralization of Sibilant Consonants in Penang Mandarin: A Palatographic Case Study”, Journal of Acoustical Society America 136, pp. 2173-2173. <http://dx.doi.org/10.1121/1.4899866>
  2. Ting Huang, Yueh-chin Chang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2013. “A Study of Palatalized and Non-palatalized Sibilants in Penang Mandarin”, In Lee, Wai-Sum (ed.), Proceedings of The International Conference on Phonetics of the Languages in China (ICPLC-2013), pp. 111-114.
  3. Ting Huang, Yueh-chin Chang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2011. “An Acoustic Analysis of Central Vowels in Malaysian Hokkien”, In Wai-Sum Lee and Eric Zee (eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS XVII), pp. 914-917. <https://www.internationalphoneticassociation.org/icphs-proceedings/ICPhS2011/index.htm>
  4. Ting Huang. 2009. “Prosodic Influences on Chinese Tongue Twister Effects”, In Xiao, Yun (ed.), Proceedings of The 21st North America Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-21), pp. 55-64. <https://naccl.osu.edu/proceedings/naccl-21>
  5. Weirong Chen & Ting Huang. 2010. “A Repairing Strategy for Tonal Coarticulation: a Case Study of Taiwanese Mandarin”, Proceedings of The 60th annual conference of the Chinese Linguistics Society of Japan (CLSJ-60), pp. 160-164.
  6. Weirong Chen & Ting Huang. 2009. “Tonal Patterns of Yong-chun Dialect Spoken in Melaka”, Proceedings of The 59th annual conference of the Chinese Linguistics Society of Japan (CLSJ-59), pp. 346-350.
  7. Ting Huang & Wanjun Luo. 2005. “A Moraic Account for the Glottalized Codas in Japanese and Southern Min”, Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Phonology, pp. 315-330.

Invited Talk

May 25, 2016. “Speech Characteristics of Malaysian Mandarin”, Talk at National Hsinchu University of Education, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

Conference Presentations

  1. Ting Huang, Yueh-chin Chang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2016. “Post-focus compression: All or nothing?”, Poster presented at The 5th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA-172) and Acoustical Society of Japan, Honolulu, U.S.A.
  2. Ting Huang, Yueh-chin Chang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2016. “Variation in Tone Sandhi of Malaysian Mandarin”, Paper presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation Asia-Pacific Region 4 (NWAV-AP4), Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan.
  3. Ting Huang. 2015. “Attribution of Tonal Systems in Penang Mandarin”, Paper presented at The 23rd Annual Conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL-23) and First International Symposium on Sino-Korean Linguistics (ISSKL-1), Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea.
  4. Ting Huang, Yueh-chin Chang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2014. “Incomplete Neutralization of Sibilant Consonants in Penang Mandarin: A Palatographic Case Study”, Poster presented at The 168th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA-168), Indiana, U.S.A.
  5. Ting Huang, Yueh-chin Chang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2013. “A Study of Palatalized and Non-palatalized Sibilants in Penang Mandarin”, Paper presented at The International Conference on Phonetics of the Languages in China (ICPLC-2013), City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.
  6. Ting Huang. 2012. “A Comparative Study of Post-focus Compression in Two Dialects of Malaysian Hokkien”, Paper presented at The 20th Annual Meeting of the IACL (IACL-20), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, Taiwan
  7. Ting Huang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2012. “Post-Focus Compression in Malaysian Hokkien and its implications for the syntax-phonology interface”, Paper presented at Consortium Workshop 2012, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
  8. Ting Huang. 2012. “A Comparative Study of Post-Focus Compression in Malaysian Hokkien”, Paper presented at 2012 ILAS Workshop, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  9. Ting Huang, Yueh-chin Chang & Feng-fan Hsieh. 2011. “An Acoustic Analysis of Central Vowels in Malaysian Hokkien”, Paper presented at The 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS XVII), 2011, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.
  10. Ting Huang & Adam Yin-Hung Peng. 2010. “A Comparative Study of Vowel Variations between Melaka Yongchun Hokkien and Hsinchu Coastal Hokkien.”, Paper presented at The 2ND International Congress of Oversea Chinese Languages, Huaqiao University, Quanzhou, China.
  11. Ting Huang & Adam Yin-Hung Peng. 2010. “Toward The Role of Non-peripheral Vowels in Pan-Quanzhou Southern Min”, Paper presented at the conference of “Accent on Tone” Phonology and Phonetics in Shanghai, 2010, Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai, China.
  12. Weirong Chen & Ting Huang. 2010. “A Repairing Strategy for Tonal Coarticulation: a Case Study of Taiwanese Mandarin”, Paper presented at The 60th Annual Conference of The Chinese Linguistic Society of Japan, 2010, Kanagawa University, Yokohama, Japan.
  13. Ting Huang. 2009. “The Nonharmonic Structure in Chinese Tongue Twisters.” Paper presented at The 2009 Graduate Student Workshop on Phonology, 2009, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  14. Ting Huang. 2009. “Prosodic Influences on Chinese Tongue Twister Effects.” Paper presented at The 21st North America Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-21), 2009, Bryant University, Rhode Island, U.S.A.
  15. Ting Huang. 2009. “On the Lapse of Chinese Tongue Twisters”, Paper presented at The 17th annual conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics, 2009, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris, France.
  16. Weirong Chen & Ting Huang. 2009. “Tonal Patterns of Yong-chun Dialect Spoken in Melaka”, Paper presented at The 59th Annual Conference of The Chinese Linguistic Society of Japan, 2009, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
  17. Ting Huang. 2009. “Dispersive Tone Sandhi: Revisiting the Checked Tones of Melaka Yongchun Dialect”, Paper presented at Mao Kong Forum-The First International Graduate Student Conference on Modern Phonology, 2009, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  18. Ting Huang. 2008. “The Rhythmic Structure in Mandarin Finger Rhymes.” Paper presented at NTHU phonetics-phonology workshop, 2008, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
  19. Yuchau E. Hsiao & Ting Huang. 2006. “Rhythmic Diversity: A Corpus Study of Southern Min and Mandarin Finger Rhymes”, Paper presented at The 14th Annual Conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics & 10th International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics Joint Meeting, 2006, Taipei, Taiwan.
  20. Ting Huang & Yuchau E. Hsiao. 2006. “The Role of Stress in Mandarin Finger Rhymes”, Paper presented at The 18th North America Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-18), 2006, Western Washington University, Bellingham, U.S.A.
  21. Yuchau E. Hsiao & Ting Huang. 2006. “The Rhythm Structure of Chinese Child Verse”, Paper presented at the UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Linguistic Colloquium, 2006, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.
  22. Ting Huang. 2005. “On two cases of coda-onset harmony”, Paper presented at The 1st Theoretical Phonology Conference.
  23. Ting Huang & Wanjun Luo. 2005. “A Moraic Account for the Glottalized Codas in Japanese and Southern Min”, Paper presented at The 3rd International Conference on Phonology: The Phonology-Morphology Circle of Korea.