Prior Meetings and Presentations
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Scientific Underpinnings of Vocal Exercises, Ingo R. Titze (2011) given at UNLV for NATS local chapter.
From Lungs to Lips: Creation and Control of Vocal Sounds, Ingo R. Titze (2005) given at the Ravenna Conference. (Best viewed with Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher).
Resonating your Vocal Tract to Match your Pitch, Ingo R. Titze (2004), given at the National Association of Teachers of Singing National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. (Best viewed with Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher).
A Vision for Utah. Vocology: The Science and Practice of Voice Habilitation, Ingo R. Titze, given at the Videolaryngostroboscopy Workshop held at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. (Internet Explorer 6.0 is recommended to view this presentation).
Vocology: The Science and Practice of Voice Habilitation, Ingo R. Titze (2004), given at the Hans von Leden, MD, Symposium on Voice Care (Internet Explorer 6.0 is recommended to view this presentation).
Vocal Dosimetry: Theoretical and Practical Issues, Jan Svec (2003), given at The Conference Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, ASHA & NATS, Hamburg, Germany. (A pdf file)
How Far Can The Vocal Folds Travel? Ingo R. Titze, (2002), American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference, Atlanta.
Conference Web Proceedings
PAS II: 2004 Physiology and Acoustics of Singing Conference - A mulitmedia archive of presentations and discussions, National Center for Voice and Speech, Denver.
Research Techniques for Voice and Speech (2002). A Web-based second life to this meeting focused on the research applications to voice and speech of RNA identification, micro array analysis, population genetics techniques, family linkage, microscopy techniques, protein identification, tissue engineering, biomaterials, biomechanics, and clinical trials. Madison.
The 3rd Biennial International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics (2002). An archive of the biennial ICVPB, organized by an international group of investigators actively involved in research on the larynx and voice.