Heete Sahkai

17.05.1972
6177 510
heete.sahkai@eki.ee

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
2003–...    Eesti Keele Instituut, Teadur (1,00)
 
 
Haridustee
2002–2011    doktorantuur Tallinna Ülikoolis, lingvistika
1998–2002    magistrantuur Tartu Ülikoolis, prantsuse keel
1990–1998    bakalaureuseõpe Eesti Humanitaarinstituudis, romanistika

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.6. Filoloogia ja lingvistika; PÕHISUUND: Süntaks
 
 
Lisainfo
Ettekandeid rahvusvahelistel konverentsidel:

Asu, Eva Liina; Lippus, Pärtel; Sahkai, Heete; Salveste, Nele – F0 declination in read vs. spontaneous Estonian. – Nordic Prosody XII, Trondheim, 09.-13.08.2016.

Sahkai, Heete; Mihkla, Meelis – Pre-focal givenness and accentuation in Estonian. – Nordic Prosody XII, Trondheim, 09.-13.08.2016.

Asu, Eva Liina; Lippus, Pärtel; Salveste, Nele; Sahkai, Heete – F0 declination in spontaneous Estonian: implications for pitch-related preplanning in speech production. – Speech Prosody 2016, Boston, 31.05-03.06.2016.

Mihkla, Meelis; Sahkai, Heete; Kalvik, Mari-Liis – Acoustic correlates of emphasis in Estonian –ICPhS 2015, Glasgow, 10.08-14.08.2015.

Sahkai, Heete – A productive „Resultative cum Locative Alternation“ construction in Estonian – The 8th International Conference on Construction Grammar, University of Osnabrück, 03.-06.09.2014.

Sahkai, Heete; Kalvik, Mari-Liis; Mihkla, Meelis – Prosody of contrastive focus in Estonian –Interspeech 2013, Lyon, 25.-29.08.2013.

Sahkai, Heete; Kalvik, Mari-Liis; Mihkla, Meelis – Perception of broad, narrow and contrastive focus in Estonian – XXVIII Fonetiikan päivät, Turu, 25.-26.10.2013.

Sahkai, Heete; Kalvik, Mari-Liis; Mihkla, Meelis – Prosodic effects of Information Structure in Estonian – Nordic Prosody XI, Tartu, 15.08-17.08.2012.

Publikatsioonid

Klass
Aasta
Publikatsioon
 
1.1.
2016
3.1.
2016
1.1.
2015
1.1.
2015
3.1.
2015
3.4.
2015
4.1.
2015
3.4.
2014
1.1.
2013
3.1.
2013
1.2.
2011
2.3.
2011
1.2.
2010
3.1.
2010
1.1.
2009
3.4.
2009
1.1.
2008
1.2.
2006
1.2.
2005
1.1.
2003
1.2.
1999

Heete Sahkai

17.05.1972
6177 510
heete.sahkai@eki.ee

Career

Institution and occupation
2003–...    Institute of the Estonian Language, Researcher (1,00)
 
 
Education
2002–2011    doctoral studies, Tallinn University, linguistics
1998–2002    master's studies, University of Tartu, french philology
1990–1998    bachelor's studies, Estonian Institute of Humanities, romance philology

Qualifications

 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.6. Philology and Linguistics
 
 
Additional information
Presentations

Asu, Eva Liina; Lippus, Pärtel; Sahkai, Heete; Salveste, Nele – F0 declination in read vs. spontaneous Estonian. – Nordic Prosody XII, Trondheim, 09.-13.08.2016.

Sahkai, Heete; Mihkla, Meelis – Pre-focal givenness and accentuation in Estonian. – Nordic Prosody XII, Trondheim, 09.-13.08.2016.

Asu, Eva Liina; Lippus, Pärtel; Salveste, Nele; Sahkai, Heete – F0 declination in spontaneous Estonian: implications for pitch-related preplanning in speech production. – Speech Prosody 2016, Boston, 31.05-03.06.2016.

Mihkla, Meelis; Sahkai, Heete; Kalvik, Mari-Liis – Acoustic correlates of emphasis in Estonian –ICPhS 2015, Glasgow, 10.08-14.08.2015.

Sahkai, Heete – A productive „Resultative cum Locative Alternation“ construction in Estonian – The 8th International Conference on Construction Grammar, University of Osnabrück, 03.-06.09.2014.

Sahkai, Heete; Kalvik, Mari-Liis; Mihkla, Meelis – Prosody of contrastive focus in Estonian –Interspeech 2013, Lyon, 25.-29.08.2013.

Sahkai, Heete; Kalvik, Mari-Liis; Mihkla, Meelis – Perception of broad, narrow and contrastive focus in Estonian – XXVIII Fonetiikan päivät, Turu, 25.-26.10.2013.

Sahkai, Heete; Kalvik, Mari-Liis; Mihkla, Meelis – Prosodic effects of Information Structure in Estonian – Nordic Prosody XI, Tartu, 15.08-17.08.2012.

Publications

Category
Year
Publication
 
1.1.
2016
3.1.
2016
1.1.
2015
1.1.
2015
3.1.
2015
3.4.
2015
4.1.
2015
3.4.
2014
1.1.
2013
3.1.
2013
1.2.
2011
2.3.
2011
1.2.
2010
3.1.
2010
1.1.
2009
3.4.
2009
1.1.
2008
1.2.
2006
1.2.
2005
1.1.
2003
1.2.
1999