Research Keywords

  • Voice disorders
  • Vocal Music
  • Speech Pathology
  • Computational Biology
  • Audiology
  • Anthropology

Presentations

  • International Voice Teachers of Mix: "Physiology and Acoustics Behind the Mixed Voice" and "The Aging Voice". Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/23/2016.
  • Pan-American Vocology Association: "NCVS Voice Simulator: VoxInSilico". Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/16/2016.
  • VocalizeU: "Range of Pitch and Pitch Control". Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/17/2016.
  • iSingMag; Webinar. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/17/2016.
  • Sing Talk Radio Vodcast. Other, Presented, 02/17/2016.

Research Equipment and Testing Expertise

  • Rheometry and Tissue Engineering.

Software Titles

  • VoxInSilico. VoxInSilico is a virtual laboratory for studying vocalization. Release Date: 10/14/2016.

Languages

  • English, fluent.
  • German, functional.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Central America
  • Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Northern America
  • South America

Publications

  • DeJonckere,P.H., Lebacq,J., Titze,I.R. (in review), Dynamics of the driving force during the normal vocal fold vibration cycle. J.Voice. Submitted, 11/2016.
  • Wagner, A., Titze, I.R., and Sander, E. (in press). Vibratory Stimulation Enhances Thyroid Epithelial Cell Function. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications.. In press, 11/2016.
  • Titze, I.R.and Palaparthi, A. (in press). Sensitivity of source-filter interaction to specific vocal tract shapes. IEEE Transactions Audio, Speech, Signal Processing.. In press, 11/2016.
  • Palaparthi, A., Maxfield,L.,and Titze I.R. (in review). Determining the influence of source-filter interaction on vocal fold vibration based on electroglottography. IEEE transactions on Biomedical Engineering. Submitted, 11/2016.
  • Titze, I.R., Palaparthi, A., Alipour, F., and Blake, D. (in review). Comparison of a Fiber-gel finite element model of vocal fold vibration to a standard transversally isotropic continuum model. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer.. Submitted, 10/2016.
  • Titze, I.R. Palaparthi, A. And Mau, T. (in review). Raising fundamental frequency by pinning the endpoints of the vocal ligament: a computational study. Laryngoscope. Submitted, 10/2016.
  • Hunter, E. J. and Titze, I.R. (2016). Progression of voice breaks in a nonpathological voice as an indicator of aerodigestive health. Journal of the American Geriatric Society. Aug 26. Published, 08/26/2016.
  • Maxfield, L., Palaparthi,A. and Titze,I.R. (2016). New evidence that nonlinear source-filter coupling affects harmonic intensity and fo stability during instances of harmonics crossing formants. J Voice, Aug 5.. Published, 08/05/2016.
  • Titze, I.R., Maxfield, Walker, M. (in review). A formant range profile for singers. J. Voice. Submitted, 08/2016.
  • Titze, I.R., Riede T., and Mau, T. (2016). Predicting fundamental frequency ranges in vocalization across species. PLOS Computational Biology, July 16. Published, 07/16/2016.
  • Titze, I.R., Maxfield (in review). Adapting the voice range profile for singing to include duration of voicing. Logoped. Phoniatr. Vocol. In progress, 07/2016.
  • Titze, I.R. (2016). Human Speech: A restricted use of the mammalian larynx. J. Voice. July 7. Published, 07/2016.
  • Titze, IR (2016). Can a Belt or Call Timbre be Achieved Without a Large Closed Quotient? J. Singing 72 (5). Published, 05/2016.
  • Smith, S and Titze, I.R. (2016). Characterization of flow-resistant tubes used for semi-occluded vocal tract training and voice therapy. J. Voice, April 28. Published, 04/2016.
  • Titze, IR (2016). Vocology and Audiology: Natural Partners for Exploring the Voice. J. Singing 72 (4). Published, 03/2016.
  • Titze, I.R. (2016). Some consensus has been reached on the labeling of harmonics, formants, and resonances. J. Voice.March; 30 (2), 129. Published, 03/2016.
  • Titze, I.R. (2016). Some consensus has been reached on the labeling of harmonics, formants, and resonances. J. Voice.March; 30 (2), 129. Published, 03/2016.
  • Titze,IR (2016). Can a Singer’s Personalized Formant Frequency Space be Helpful in Performing Multiple Styles? J. Singing 72 (3). Published, 01/2016.
  • Titze IR (2015). Some Consensus has been Reached on the Labeling of Harmonics, Formants, and Resonances. Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation. In press, 11/01/2015.
  • Christensen MB, Wolchok JC, Klemuk SA & Titze IR (2015). Development of a bilayer ring system for achieving high strain in commercial rheometers. Journal of biomechanics. Vol. 48, 3512-6. Published, 10/01/2015.
  • Titze IR & Hunter EJ (2015). Comparison of Vocal Vibration-Dose Measures for Potential-Damage Risk Criteria. Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR. Vol. 58, 1425-39. Published, 10/01/2015.
  • Titze IR, Maxfield L & Palaparthi A (2015). An Oral Pressure Conversion Ratio as a Predictor of Vocal Efficiency. Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation. In press, 07/01/2015.
  • Mau T, Palaparthi A, Riede T & Titze IR (2015). Effect of resection depth of early glottic cancer on vocal outcome: an optimized finite element simulation. The Laryngoscope. Vol. 125, 1892-9. Published, 07/01/2015.
  • Kapsner-Smith MR, Hunter EJ, Kirkham K, Cox K & Titze IR (2015). A Randomized Controlled Trial of Two Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Voice Therapy Protocols. Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR. Vol. 58, 535-49. Published, 06/01/2015.
  • Titze IR, Baken RJ, Bozeman KW, Granqvist S, Henrich N, Herbst CT, Howard DM, Hunter EJ, Kaelin D, Kent RD, Kreiman J, Kob M, Löfqvist A, McCoy S, Miller DG, Noé H, Scherer RC, Smith JR, Story BH, Švec JG, Ternström S & Wolfe J (2015). Toward a consensus on symbolic notation of harmonics, resonances, and formants in vocalization. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 137, 3005-7. Published, 05/01/2015.
  • Titze IR (2015). Sensitivity of odd-harmonic amplitudes to open quotient and skewing quotient in glottal airflow. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 137, 502-4. Published, 01/01/2015.