Last updated: August 13th, 2001

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23rd

 

TIME

 

AUDITORIUM 1

 

AUDITORIUM 2

08.30

 

OPENING SESSION

Chair: Johan Sundberg

 

 

 

 

 

08:45

 

 

 

09.00

 

 

 

09:15

 

 

 

09.30

 

Titze I

INVITED LECTURE: Physical and physiological understanding of vocal exercises

 

 

09:45

 

 

 

 

10.00

 

COFFEE

 

 

10:15

 

 

 

10.30

 

SESSION 1

Basic biological aspects: applications to voice disorders

Chair: Bengt Carlsöö

Gray S

Keynote: Witnessing a revolution in voice research: genomics, tissue engineering, biochips, and what's next!

 

Discussant:

Rubin J

 

 

10:45

 

 

 

11.00

 

 

 

11:15

 

 

 

11.30

 

FREE PAPERS

Chair: Per-Åke Lindestad

Iwamura S – Misdirected reinnervation of the larynx

 

 

11:45

 

Iwamura S - An anatomical assessment of the crico-arytenoid joint location

 

 

12.00

 

Pabst F, Sundberg J, Ternström S - Phonation threshold pressure in normal subjects before and after voice stress test

 

 

12:15

 

Schade G, Hess M, Rassow B - Morphometric measurement of laryngeal structures with a two-point light projection method

 

 

12.30

 

LUNCH

 

 

 

 

12:45

 

 

 

 

13.00

 

 

 

 

13:15

 

 

 

 

 

 

13.30

 

SESSION 1 continued         

Chair: Philippe de Jonckere

Hertegård S, Dahlqvist Å, Laurent C, Olofsson K, Sederholm E, Hallén E, Testad P – Cross-linked hyaluronan and collagen treatment of glottal insufficiency - clinical data and videostroboscopic measurements

 

 

13:45

 

Zara M, Harmengnies B, Huet K - Functional and voice quality changes under the effect of voice breaking

 

 

14.00

 

Stelzig Y, Gall V, Hey C, Neumann K - Speech and voice disorders in Parkinson's disease

 

 

14:15

 

Iwamura S - Lateral crico-arytenoid muscle pull surgery for one-vocal-fold paralysis

 

 

 


 

14.30

 

ACCOMPANYING EVENT 1

Dissertation pipeline: in and after

Chair: Kittie Verdolini

Schneider F, Mürbe D, Pabst F, Hofmann G, Sundberg J – Relation of X-ray-morphological measures of the upper airways to physiological properties of the singing voice in singing students

 

 

14:45

 

Granqvist S, Hertegård S - In vivo examination of resonances in the larynx using external acoustic excitation

 

 

15.00

 

Iwarsson J – Effects of lung volume and breathing behavior on voice function

 

 

15:15

 

Thomasson M – Operatic singers' breathing: a study of lung volume, rib cage and abdominal wall movements

 

 

15.30

 

COFFEE

 

 

15:45

 

 

 

 

16.00

 

ACCOMPANYING EVENT 1 continued

Bele I - Sonority and ringing voice quality in male speaking voices

 

 

16:15

 

Verdonck-de Leeuw IM, Mahieu HF - The development of an "integrated rehabilitation profile" for patients who underwent a total laryngectomy

 

 

16.30

 

Henrich N, Doval B, d'Alessandro C, Castellengo M - Spectral effect of glottal source parameters

 

 

16:45

 

Ylitalo R, Lindestad P-Å, Ramel S - Symptoms, laryngeal findings and 24-hour 2-site pH monitoring in patients with suspected gastroesophago-pharyngeal reflux

 

 

17:00

 

END

 

 

 

18:00

 

STADSHUSET (CITY HALL) BUFFET RECEPTION

bus leaves promptly at 17.15

 

 

 

20:30

 

SONG & BEER PUB (KTH)

at KTH, Drottning Kristinas väg 31

“Tekniska högskolan” underground station, red line

 

 

 


FRIDAY, AUGUST 24th

 

TIME

 

AUDITORIUM 1

 

AUDITORIUM 2

08.30

 

SESSION 2

Voice source: acoustics and imaging

Chair: Ingo Titze

 

Hess M

Keynote: Imaging of the Larynx - Extending the use of stroboscopy-related techniques

 

Discussants:

Hertegård S

Svec J

 

 

 

 

08:45

 

 

 

09.00

 

 

 

09:15

 

 

 

09.30

 

 

 

09:45

 

 

 

 

 

10.00

 

COFFEE

 

 

10:15

 

 

 

10.30

 

SESSION 2 (a)

FREE PAPERS

Chair: David Howard

Fourcin A, Abberton E - Aspects of hearing in voice pitch and timbre analysis

 

SESSION 2 (b)

FREE PAPERS

Chair: Markus Hess

Berry D - Highspeed quantitative imaging in excised human larynx experiments

10:45

 

Abberton E, Fourcin A - Vocal fold contact ratios and voice quality in the connected speech of young women

 

Larsson H, Hertegård S, Hammarberg B - High-speed tool box

11.00

 

Schutte H, Miller D - Phase and closed quotient of the voice source as factors in the production of vocal-tract standing waves in sung high notes

 

Orr R, de Jong F, Cranen L, Boves L - The effect of stroboscopic intrusion on speech recordings

11:15

 

Neumann K, Gall V, Schutte H, Miller DG - Influences of the interaction between subglottal and supraglottal pressure waves and vocal fold vibrations on voice production

 

Gall V - The voice source and its resonatory consequences - a multichannel study

11.30

 

Szabo A, Hammarberg B, Södersten M - Simultaneous recordings with a voice accumulator device and a DAT-recorder - preschool teachers' voices at work

 

Murphy P - A cepstrum-based harmonics-to-noise ratio applied to aperiodic voice signals

11:45

 

Södersten M, Hammarberg B, Szabo A, Granqvist S - Mean fundamental frequency, sound pressure level, phonation time and background noise level during work for pre-school teachers with functional voice disorders

 

Lessing J, Fröhlich M, Michaelis D, Strube HW, Kruse E - A neural network based method to assess voice quality from continuous speech for different voice disorders

12.00

 

van As CJ, Op de Coul BMR, van den Hoogen FJA, Koopmans-van Beinum FJ, Hilgers FJM - Quantitative videofluoroscopy: a new evaluation tool for tracheoesophageal voice

 

Neubauer J, Mergell P, Herzel H - Spatio-temporal analysis of biphonic phonation revealing desynchronization of spatial modes

12:15

 

Blixt V, Pahlberg-Olsson J, Hammarberg B, Lindestad P-Å - Ventricular fold vibration in voice production

 

Vilkman E, Alku P, Vintturi J - Loud extreme of voice in the light of time domain parameters extracted from the amplitude features of glottal flow and its derivative

 


12.30

 

LUNCH

POSTER SESSION 1 (glass gallery)

Adelmann W – What are today's problems for (professional) children choirs and what reasons may cause them?

Ambrazevicius R – Statics and dynamics in vocal performance: Lithuanian tradition

Bolfan-Stosic N, Awan SN – Differentiation of voice disorders in children using acoustic characteristics of the voice

Comins R – The results of voice care and skills tuition provided for Post-Graduate Certificate of Education trainees in UK

Granqvist S – The self-to-other relation applied as a phonation detector for voice accumulation

Jonsdottir V – Effects of electrical amplification on teacher's classroom speech. A case study

Kovacic G, Budanovac A – Self-reported demographic details, history on voice-related diseases, subjective voice complaints, life-style habits, and voice description in primary school teachers

Løvbakk J – Vocal fatigue among priests

Orr R, de Jong F, Cranen L – The use of phonetography for assessment of the student teacher's voice

Pettersen V, Westgaard RH – EMG biofeedback lower excess activity in the trapezius and the sternocleidomastoideus (STM) muscles during singing

Ross J, Sundberg J – Syllable and tone boundaries in singing

Rainero R – Singing-based voice therapy for dysphonia: a case report

Sonninen A – Mechanical stress in phonation: the whiplash hypothesis

Vlasov E – The vocal fold characteristics of a human synthesizer

Vokral J, Novak A, Vohradnik M – On the analysis of acoustic and psychoacoustic quality of singer's formant

 

12:45

 

13.00

 

13:15

 

WORK­SHOP ROOM 1

 

Gates L – The use of heightened text in vocal pedagogy and therapy

WORK­SHOP ROOM 2

 

Sääf-Rothoff A – Voice therapy in groups of patients with functional voice disorders

WORK­SHOP ROOM 3

 

 

WORK­SHOP ROOM 4

 

Hitech Development AB – Title to follow (Soundswell editing software)

13.30

 

13:45

 

 

14.00

 

 

 

POSTER SESSION 1 continued

14:15

 

WORK­SHOP ROOM 1

 

Mickelson NP – HearFones - an exploration of a new tool

WORK­SHOP ROOM 2

 

Reinders A – The history of the female voice in West European operatic music

WORK­SHOP ROOM 3

 

Sihvo M – Increased oral pressure, a method to facilitate voice production

WORK­SHOP ROOM 4

 

Ericson P – Self-regulation in voice therapy

14.30

 

14:45

 

15.00

 

COFFEE

 

 

 

15:15

 

WORKSHOP ROOM 1

 

Stenlund Tyrén A – Voice therapy for asthma patients in group

WORKSHOP ROOM 2

 

Rothenberg M – A new tool for measuring voice nasality and real-time biofeedback

WORKSHOP ROOM 3

 

Elliot N – Easy movement and easy phonation. A warm up program

WORKSHOP ROOM 4

 

Popeil L – Rhythm and blues singing

 

 

15.30

 

 

15:45

 

 

16.00

 

 

 

 

16:15

 

ACCOMPANYING EVENT 2

Non-verbal communication

Chair: Anne-Maria Laukkanen

Bachorowski J-A

INVITED LECTURE: Not all laughs are alike: laugh acoustics, social context, and emotion-induction

 

 

16.30

 

 

 

16:45

 

FREE PAPERS

Schlömicher-Thier J, Zauner B, Weikert M, Hesse H-P, Bernatzky G, Baumbauer F – The shouting voice as an artistic expression in relation to singing and speaking

 

 

17.00

 

Laukka P, Juslin P – Acoustical correlates of emotional dimensions in vocal expression of emotion

 

 

17:15

 

END

 

 

 

17:30

 

PARTY WITH LIONS

current and recent doctoral students plus invited guests (invitations with your personal details)

bus transportation provided promptly at 17.15

 

 

 

19:00

 

CONCERT ”Swedish Vocal Art Summit”

Nybrokajen 11

(opposite Dramaten Theatre and next door to Radisson Strand Hotel)

 

 

 

 


SATURDAY, AUGUST 25th

 

TIME

 

AUDITORIUM 1

 

AUDITORIUM 2

08.30

 

SESSION 3

Assessment & efficacy of voice treatment

Chair: Elisabeth Sederholm

Verdolini K – Keynote: Voice efficacy

 

Discussants:

Vilkman E

Casper J

 

 

 

08:45

 

 

 

09.00

 

 

 

09:15

 

 

 

09.30

 

 

 

09:45

 

 

 

 

10.00

 

COFFEE

 

 

10:15

 

 

10.30

 

SESSION 3 (a)

FREE PAPERS

Chair: Erkki Vilkman

McGlashan JA, Stavroulaki P, Bethenna K, Towle B, Reeves K – Voice assessment using the Speech Studio software program

 

SESSION 3 (b)

FREE PAPERS

Chair: Harm Schutte

Dejonckere P – Voice assessment: objectivity or subjectivity?

10:45

 

Holmberg E, Hillman R, Hammarberg B – Efficacy of voice treatment: changes in aerodynamic and acoustic measures of voice in vocal nodule clients across voice therapy

 

Manfredi C, Aniello MD, Bruscaglioni P – A fast subspace approach to speech denoising

11.00

 

Chan K, Yiu E – The use of synthesized anchors and training to improve the reliability of perceptual voice evaluation

 

Sederholm E, Hertegård S, Dahlqvist Å, Laurent C, Hallén L, Testad P – Cross-linked hyaluronan and collagen used as injection substances for treatment of glottal insufficiency - results from perceptual and acoustic voice analyses

 

11:15

 

Ma E, Yiu E – Assessing quality of life in dysphonic individuals using the Voice Activity and Participation Profile (VAPP)

 

Chernobelsky S – The use of electroglottography in the treatment of deaf adolescents with puberphonia

11.30

 

Crevier-Buchman L, Maeda S, Brasnu D, Halimi P, Vaissiere J – Specific voice treatment after supracricoid partial laryngectomy: a phonetic study

 

Lehto L, Rantala L, Huotari L, Virkki-Ukeleghe I, Vilkman E – Voice symptoms before and after voice training

11:45

 

Ihre E, Hammarberg B – Voice therapy given to a hoarse asthma patient treated with inhaled corticosteroids: preliminary results from a clinical study

 

Batty SV, Howard DM, Garner PE – A pilot study to assess a portable real-time voice analyser during clinic client consultations

12.00

 

Weikert M, Kaiser G, Büchner R, Schlömicher-Their J – Mutation's dysphonia - a real illness from the phoniatrician's point of view?

 

Müller R, Kühn M – The function of the voice after partial resection of the larynx

 




12:15

 

LUNCH

POSTERS 2 (GLASS GALLERY)

Bolfan-Stozic N, Hedever M, Sardelic S – Acoustical analyses of disordered voices in children with sigmatisms

Boykova N – Clinical aspects of voice changes in diabetes mellitus

Calcinoni O, Sferra C – Occupational dysphonias: linking clinic to work environments

Dahle A – Supra-glottal hyperadduction, a case study

Li N, Yiu E, Cheung L – Endoscopic and aerodynamic characteristics of modal, creaky and falsetto voice production

Oudes M, Orr R, de Jong F – Predictive parameters for occupational voice strain

Skreb F, Kovacic G – The indication of change of the acoustic characteristics of the voice in respect to hyperthyroidism

Lundström E, Hammarberg B – High-speed imaging recordings of the pharyngo-esophageal voice source in laryngectomees

McNaughton E – Breathing for singing and its vocal pedagogy: a critical review

Misun V – Experimental analysis of the human vocal tract spectral properties within vowel generation

Michaelis D, Kruse E – On the pitch perception of pathological voice

Pabon P – Voice dynamics and spectral slope

Pettersen V, Westgaard RH – The effect of reduced activity in the trapezius and the sternocleidomastoideus muscles on activation of the breathing muscles during singing

Rahko T, Sihvo M, Rorarius E, Pakarinen L – A new approach to facilitate voice production by treating the benign paroxysmal positional vertigo

Vohradnik M, Vokral J, Horacek J – The acoustic pressure in different parts of supraglottal acoustic spaces

 

12.30

 

12:45

 

13.00

 

 


 

13:15

 

WORK­SHOP ROOM 1

 

Mertz TM - Awakening the voice through work on the level of primary functions

WORK­SHOP ROOM 2

 

Lindestad P-Å, Larsson H, Granqvist S - High-speed imaging of normal phonation: practical on-line demonstrations

WORK­SHOP ROOM 3

 

Martynenko G - On the interaction of vocal and speaking techniques of sound production

WORK­SHOP ROOM 4

 

Schmid-Tatzreiter E, Schmid R - The Bonavox method

 

POSTER SESSION 2 continued

 

13.30

 

13:45

 

14.00

 

 

 

14:15

 

WORK­SHOP ROOM 1

 

Melton J - Integrating singing technique into theatre voice training

WORK­SHOP ROOM 2

 

Cornut G, Bouchayer M, Rugheimer G - Assessing complex dysphonia – the application of videostroboscopy

WORK­SHOP ROOM 3

 

Fex B - Accent method - theory and practice

WORK­SHOP ROOM 4

 

Comins R - A practical presentation of voice awareness for trainee teachers

 

POSTER SESSION 2 continued

 

14.30

 

14:45

 

15.00

 

COFFEE

 

 

15:15

 

IN AUDITORIUM 1

 

Meylan M

Masterclass in musical theatre style of singing

 

 

 

15.30

 

 

 

15:45

 

 

 

16.00

 

 

 

 

16:15

 

SESSION 3 continued

Chair: Maria Södersten

Ohlsson A-C - Voice handicap index in Swedish - validation and reliability

 

 

16.30

 

Speyer R, Wieneke G, DeJonckere PH - Effects of logopedic voice therapy: a multidimensional approach

 

 

16:45

 

Hakkesteegt MM, Brocaar MP, Homans NC, Jansen RSF, de Jong VM, Temme W - Clinical evaluation of the Dysphonia Severity Index

 

 

17.00

 

Vintturi J, Laukkanen A-M, Siikki I, Lukkarila P, Vilkman E - Perceptual changes in speaking voice after a 45-minute vocal rest during a vocally loading task

 

 

17:15

 

END

 

 

 

18:30

 

RECEPTION at Vasa Museum, Djurgården

(bus numbers 44, 47 and 69 or by ferry)

 

 

19:00

 

GUIDED TOUR OF 1628 WARSHIP VASA

group tours in both Swedish and English

 

 

19:30

 

DINNER & ENTERTAINMENT

 

 

 

 


SUNDAY, AUGUST 26th

 

TIME

 

AUDITORIUM 1

 

AUDITORIUM 2

08.30

 

SESSION 4

Singing & professional speaking voice

Chair: Wolfram Seidner

Sundberg J

Keynote - Sounds of singing. A matter of mode, style, accuracy, and beauty

 

Discussants:

Meylan M

Laukkanen A-M

de Jong F

 

 

 

08:45

 

 

 

09.00

 

 

 

09:15

 

 

 

09.30

 

 

 

09:45

 

 

 

10.00

 

 

 

10:15

 

 

 

 

10.30

 

COFFEE

 

 

10:45

 

 

 

11.00

 

SESSION 4 (a)

Chair: Sten Ternström

Miller D, Schutte H - Frequency and phase of the subglottal formant(s) as factors in production of the singing voice

 

SESSION 4 (b)

Chair: Friedemann Pabst

Mäki E, Lunden S, Niemi H-M, Laukkanen A-M - Perceptual effects of a 5-minute vocal loading

11:15

 

Seidner W, Wohlt G - Perceptive and acoustical features of male and female alto voices

 

Winkworth A, McCabe P - The "vocal process" of becoming an actor: vocal risk profiles of first year acting students

11.30

 

Vurma A, Ross J - Perception of "forward" and "backward" placement of the singing voice

 

Jackson-Menaldi CA, Dzul AL, Holland RW - Management of the professional voice user with allergies

11:45

 

Birch P, Björkner E, Gümoes B, Prytz S, Stavad H, Sundberg J - Effects of a velopharyngeal opening on the sound transfer characteristics of some vowels

 

Heylen L, Brouns H, Mertens F, de Bodt M - Therapy outcome in female professional voice users with voice problems

12.00

 

Chapman J - Influence of the Italian articulatory setting on Western classical singing

 

Pettersen V, Bjørkøy K, Westgaard RH, Torp HG, Foldvik AK - The association between different shapes of the tongue and the use of the muscles in areas central to voice production in speech and singing

12:15

 

Yiu E, Chan R - Vocal fatigue in amateur singers

 

Leino T - Voice quality of Finnish female actors

12.30

 

LUNCH

 

 

12:45

 

 

 

13.00

 

 

 

13:15

 

 

 

13.30

 

ACCOMPANYING EVENT 3

Survey of Internet free- and shareware tools for voice analysis

Chair: Jan Svec

Howard DM

INVITED LECTURE: An overview of speech analysis internet shareware and freeware

 

 

13:45

 

 

 

14.00

 

Skrelin P, Sherstinova T - Internet multimedia database for online analysis of voice and its phonetic features

 

 

14:15

 

SESSION 4 continued

Richter B, Löhle E, Knapp B, Weikert M, Schlömicher-Their J, Verdolini K - Harmful substances on the opera stage: possible negative effects on singers' respiratory tracts

 

 

14.30

 

Lombardo C, Brugman J, Parker D, Popeil L - Observations on belt vs classical technique using MRI and video-fluoroscopy

 

 

14:45

 

Mürbe D, Pabst F, Hofmann G, Sundberg J - Effects of training on auditory and proprioceptive feedback in singing - a longitudinal study of singers' pitch control

 

 

15.00

 

Syrjä T, Laitala M, Laukkanen A-M - Rehearsing through a foreign language as a method in actors' training: the effects on vowel pronunciation

 

 

15:15

 

Pabon P - Following the effects of voice training using computer phonetography

 

 

15.30

 

COFFEE

 

 

15:45

 

 

 

16.00

 

Laukkanen A-M, Syrjä T, Leino T - Effects of a two-month vocal exercising with and without spectral biofeedback on student actors' speaking voice

 

 

16:15

 

Barlow CA, Howard DM - Singing voice development in adolescence

 

 

16.30

 

Kooijman P, Oudes M, van Acht H, de Jong F - Muscular tension and body posture in occupational voice strain

 

 

16:45

 

Zetterholm E - Voice imitation with a high degree of success

 

 

17.00

 

CLOSING REMARKS

 

 

17:15

 

 

 

17:30

 

END