Ludovik Béchard-Tremblay

Following undergraduate studies in music and in translation, Ludovik Béchard-Tremblay is currently an MA student in second language acquisition at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (Canada). His research investigates the use of tools such as text-to-speech and automatic speech recognition to provide pronunciation training, notably in the context of a university ESL course for seniors.

Research interests: Music, Phonology, Phonetics, SLA.

icon Affiliation: Dr. S. Rigoulot Lab & Dr. P. John Lab & Dr. S. Hétu Lab

icon University: University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières

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