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PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE

MAVEBA 2019 – FINAL PROGRAMME

DECEMBER 17, 2019 >>

08:30-08:45 WELCOME ADDRESS
08:45-10:45 SESSION I – PARKINSON’S DISEASE AND SPEECH
Chairpersons: J. Schoentgen, A. Tsanas
08:45-09:00 FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY AND DURATION CUES FOR SENTENCE FOCUS IN MANDARIN:
PARKINSON’S AND HEALTHY SPEAKERS
X. Chen, D. Sidtis
09:00-09:15 TEMPORAL REVERSION OF PHONATION INSTABILITY IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE BY
NEUROACOUSTICAL STIMULATION
P.Gómez-Vilda, G.Gálvez-García, A. Gómez-Rodellar, D. Palacios-Alonso, G. de Arcas-Castro
09:15-09:30 A NEUROMECHANICAL MODEL OF JAW-TONGUE ARTICULATION IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE
SPEECH
A.Gómez, A. Tsanas, P. Gómez, D. Palacios, A. Álvarez, R. Martínez
09:30-09:45 PARKINSON’S DISEASE CLASSIFICATION BASED ON VOWEL SOUND
D.Hemmerling, D. Sztaho
09:45-10:00 ANALYSIS OF PHONATORY FEATURES FOR THE AUTOMATIC DETECTION OF PARKINSON’S
DISEASE IN TWO DIFFERENT CORPORA
L. Moro-Velázquez, J. Andrés Gómez-García, N. Dehak, J. I.Godino-Llorente
10:00-10:15 JOINT ANALYSIS OF VOCAL JITTER, FLUTTER AND TREMOR IN VOWELS SUSTAINED BY
NORMOPHONIC AND PARKINSON SPEAKERS
J. Schoentg2en, A. Kacha, F. Grenez
10:15-10:30 THE EFFECTS OF DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION ON SPEECH ARTICULATION AND
VOCALIZATION IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE
J.J. Sidtis, D.Van Lancker Sidtis
10:30-10:45 BIOMEDICAL SPEECH SIGNAL INSIGHTS FROM A LARGE SCALE COHORT ACROSS SEVEN
COUNTRIES: THE PARKINSON’S VOICE INITIATIVE STUDY
A.Tsanas, S. Arora
10:45-11:00 COFFEE BREAK
11:00-13:15 SESSION II – SINGING VOICE
Chairpersons: M. Kob, O. Calcinoni
11:00-11:15 IMPACT OF HISTORIC RECORDING DEVICES ON THE SINGING VOICE
Malte Kob
11:15-11:30 TOWARDS A SOMATOSENSORY TRAINING DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT FOR LYRIC SINGING
PEDAGOGY
E.Angelakis, A.Georgaki
11:30-11:45 ASSESSING ARTICULATION IN SINGING DURING A VOWEL MATCHING EXERCISE USING
ARTICULOGRAPHY: A PILOT STUDY
H. Daffern, A.Gully
11:45-12:00 INTONATION TENDENCIES IN A SINGING QUINTET: EVOLUTION ACROSS REHEARSALS
S. D’Amario, D.M. Howard
12:00-12:15 FACE VIBRATIONS MEASUREMENT IN SINGING — PILOT STUDY
M. Frič, P.Dlask, V. Hruška
12:15-12:30 COMPARISON OF SOUND RADIATION BETWEEN POP AND CLASSICAL SINGERS
I. Podzimková, M. Frič
12:30-12:45 DISSOCIATION OF SPOKEN AND SUNG VOCAL PRODUCTION
D. Van Lancker Sidtis, Y-J. Kim, J.J. Sidtis
12:45-13:00 SHOULD I OPEN MY MOUTH MORE TO SING LOUDER?
A.Vurma
13:00-13:15 THE SINGER’S MIND
L. Balliro
13:15-14:00 LUNCH
14:00-16:00 SESSION IIII – SPECIAL SESSION – EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION OF THE ARTISTIC
VOICE
Moderator: F. Fussi
14:00-14:30 SOVTE: BETWEEN MYTH AND REALITY
F. Fussi
14:30-15:15 THE SOVTE PROTOCOLS: INDICATIONS AND CRITICISM IN VARIOUS SINGING STYLES
E. Biavati, E. Bruni
15:15-16:00 G.E.M.M.A. TRAINING: A LINK BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGY AND LOGOPAEDICS IN THE
TREATMENT OF SINGING VOICE DISORDERS
E. Rosa
16:00-16:15 COFFEE BREAK
16:15-17:15 SESSION IV – VOICE AND EMOTIONS
Chairpersons: N.Vanello, J. Schlömicher – Thier
16:15-16:30 THE CORRELATION BETWEEN POETIC RHYTHM AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN SUBJECTS
READING AND PERCEIVING RUSSIAN POETRY
K. Evgrafova, P.Skrelin, V. Evdokimova, T. Chukaeva
EMOTIONALLY EXPRESSED VOICES ARE RETAINED
16:30-16:45 EMOTIONALLY EXPRESSED VOICES ARE RETAINED IN MEMORY FOLLOWING A SINGLE
EXPOSURE
Y-J. Kim, J. J. Sidtis, D. Van Lancker Sidtis
16:45-17:00 ELECTRODERMAL ACTIVITY AND SPEECH FEATURES AS PREDICTORS FOR AROUSAL LEVEL
CHANGES AFTER AFFECTIVE WORD PRONUNCIATION
N. Vanello, A. Greco, C. Marzi, E. P. Scilingo
17:00-17:15 A COMMONLY SHARED CODE FOR SADNESS IN HUMAN VOCALIZATIONS AND MUSIC
REVEALED BY HUMAN INFANT CRIES
G. Zeloni, F. Pavani
17:15-18:15 SESSION V – VOICE QUALITY
Chairpersons: S. Ternström, P. Gómez-Vilda
17:15-17:30 TOWARDS ROBUST FEATURES IN VOICE DISEASE DIAGNOSIS: MFCCs VS. PNCCs
M. Madruga, Y. Campos-Roca, C. J. Pérez
17:30-17:45 ELECTROGLOTTOGRAPHIC VOICE MAPS OF UNTRAINED VOCALLY HEALTHY ADULTS, WITH
GENDER DIFFERENCES AND GRADIENTS
S. Ternström, R. R. Patel
17:45-18:00 ACOUSTIC AND ELECTROGLOTTOGRAPHIC PARAMETRISATION OF PHONATORY QUALITY
PROVIDE VOICE PROFILES OF PATHOLOGICAL SPEAKERS
M. Pützer, W.Wokurek
18:00-18:15 VOCAL QUALITIES OF SARCASTIC UTTERANCES: CROSS-LINGUISTIC STUDY OF ENGLISH AND
KOREAN
S.-Y. Yang
18:15-21:00 SALA VERDE PALAZZO INCONTRI, VIA DEI PUCCI 1
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT – VOCAL ENSEMBLE “TEMPUS FLORIDUM”
WELCOME COCKTAIL

DECEMBER 18, 2019 >>

DECEMBER 19, 2019 >>

SESSION I – PARKINSON’S DISEASE AND SPEECH

  1. FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY AND DURATION CUES FOR SENTENCE FOCUS IN MANDARIN: PARKINSON’S AND HEALTHY SPEAKERS
    Xi Chen, Diana Sidtis
  2. TEMPORAL REVERSION OF PHONATION INSTABILITY IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE BY NEUROACOUSTICAL STIMULATION
    Pedro Gómez-Vilda, Gerardo Gálvez-García, Andrés Gómez-Rodellar,Daniel Palacios-Alonso, Guillermo de Arcas-Castro
  3. A NEUROMECHANICAL MODEL OF JAW-TONGUE ARTICULATION IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE SPEECH
    A.Gómez, A. Tsanas, P. Gómez, D. Palacios, A. Álvarez, R. Martínez
  4. PARKINSON’S DISEASE CLASSIFICATION BASED ON VOWEL SOUND
    Daria Hemmerling, David Sztaho
  5. ANALYSIS OF PHONATORY FEATURES FOR THE AUTOMATIC DETECTION OF PARKINSON’S DISEASE IN TWO DIFFERENT CORPORA
    Laureano Moro-Velázquez, Jorge Andrés Gómez-García, Najim Dehak, Juan Ignacio Godino-Llorente
  6. JOINT ANALYSIS OF VOCAL JITTER, FLUTTER AND TREMOR IN VOWELS SUSTAINED BY NORMOPHONIC AND PARKINSON SPEAKERS
    J. Schoentgen, A. Kacha, F. Grenez
  7. THE EFFECTS OF DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION ON SPEECH ARTICULATION AND VOCALIZATION IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE
    John J. Sidtis, Diana Van Lancker Sidtis
  8. BIOMEDICAL SPEECH SIGNAL INSIGHTS FROM A LARGE SCALE COHORT ACROSS SEVEN COUNTRIES: THE PARKINSON’S VOICE INITIATIVE STUDY
    Athanasios Tsanas, Siddharth Arora

SESSION II – SINGING VOICE

  1. IMPACT OF HISTORIC RECORDING DEVICES ON THE SINGING VOICE
    Malte Kob
  2. TOWARDS A SOMATOSENSORY TRAINING DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT FOR LYRIC SINGING PEDAGOGY
    Angelakis Evangelos, Georgaki Anastasia
  3. ASSESSING ARTICULATION IN SINGING DURING A VOWEL MATCHING EXERCISE USING ARTICULOGRAPHY: A PILOT STUDY
    Helena Daffern, Amelia Gully
  4. INTONATION TENDENCIES IN A SINGING QUINTET: EVOLUTION ACROSS REHEARSALS
    Sara D’Amario, David M. Howard
  5. FACE VIBRATIONS MEASUREMENT IN SINGING — PILOT STUDY
    Marek Frič, Pavel Dlask, Viktor Hruška
  6. COMPARISON OF SOUND RADIATION BETWEEN POP AND CLASSICAL SINGERS
    Iva Podzimková, Marek Frič
  7. DISSOCIATION OF SPOKEN AND SUNG VOCAL PRODUCTION
    Diana Van Lancker Sidtis, Y-J. Kim, John J. Sidtis
  8. SHOULD I OPEN MY MOUTH MORE TO SING LOUDER?
    Allan Vurma
  9. THE SINGER’S MIND
    L. Balliro

SESSION IIII – SPECIAL SESSION – EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION OF THE ARTISTIC VOICE
Moderator: Franco Fussi

  1. SOVTE: BETWEEN MYTH AND REALITY
    F. Fussi
  2. THE SOVTE PROTOCOLS: INDICATIONS AND CRITICISM IN VARIOUS SINGING STYLES
    E. Biavati, E. Bruni
  3. G.E.M.M.A. TRAINING: A LINK BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGY AND LOGOPAEDICS IN THE TREATMENT OF SINGING VOICE DISORDERS
    E. Rosa

SESSION IV – VOICE AND EMOTIONS

  1. THE CORRELATION BETWEEN POETIC RHYTHM AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN SUBJECTS READING AND PERCEIVING RUSSIAN POETRY
    Karina Evgrafova, Pavel Skrelin, Vera Evdokimova, Tatjana Chukaeva
  2. EMOTIONALLY EXPRESSED VOICES ARE RETAINED IN MEMORY FOLLOWING A SINGLE EXPOSURE
    Y-J. Kim, J. J. Sidtis, D. Van Lancker Sidtis
  3. ELECTRODERMAL ACTIVITY AND SPEECH FEATURES AS PREDICTORS FOR AROUSAL LEVEL CHANGES AFTER AFFECTIVE WORD PRONUNCIATION”
    Nicola Vanello, Alberto Greco, Claudia Marzi, Enzo Pasquale Scilingo
  4. A COMMONLY SHARED CODE FOR SADNESS IN HUMAN VOCALIZATIONS AND MUSIC REVEALED BY HUMAN INFANT CRIES
    G. Zeloni, F. Pavani

SESSION V – VOICE QUALITY

  1. TOWARDS ROBUST FEATURES IN VOICE DISEASE DIAGNOSIS: MFCCs VS. PNCCs
    M. Madruga, Y. Campos-Roca, C. J. Pérez
  2. ELECTROGLOTTOGRAPHIC VOICE MAPS OF UNTRAINED VOCALLY HEALTHY ADULTS, WITH GENDER DIFFERENCES AND GRADIENTS
    Sten Ternström, Rita R. Patel
  3. ACOUSTIC AND ELECTROGLOTTOGRAPHIC PARAMETRISATION OF PHONATORY QUALITY PROVIDE VOICE PROFILES OF PATHOLOGICAL SPEAKERS
    Manfred Pützer, Wolfgang Wokurek
  4. VOCAL QUALITIES OF SARCASTIC UTTERANCES: CROSS-LINGUISTIC STUDY OF ENGLISH AND KOREAN
    Seung-yun Yang

SESSION VI – VOCAL FOLDS DYNAMICS

SESSION VIa

  1. PERTURBATION OF CYCLE LENGTHS AND CYCLE PEAK AMPLITUDES IN DIPLOPHONIC VOICES
    Philipp Aichinger
  2. TRACKING OF MULTIPLE FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCIES IN STANDARD TEXT READINGS OF DIPLOPHONIC SPEAKERS
    Philipp Aichinger
  3. AERODYNAMICS OF GLOTTAL VIBRATION ONSET
    P. H. DeJonckere, J.Lebacq
  4. A GLOTTAL AREA WAVEFORM MODEL FOR MULTI-PULSED VOCAL FRY
    Vinod Devaraj, P. Aichinger
  5. MODELLING LONGITUDINAL PHASE DIFFERENCES IN A LUMPED AND DISTRIBUTED ELEMENTS VOCAL FOLD MODEL
    Carlo Drioli, Philipp Aichinger
  6. EXTRACTING VOCAL FOLD KINEMATIC PARAMETERS FROM VIDEOKYMOGRAMS VIA SIMULATION OF CLINICALLY OBSERVED DATA
    Sridhar Bulusu, S. Pravin Kumar, Jan G. Svec, Philipp Aichinger

SESSION VIb

7. VOCAL FOLD OSCILLATORS AT LARGE ASYMMETRIES
Jorge C. Lucero, Xavier Pelorson, Annemie Van Hirtum
8. PHYSICAL STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF LEFT-RIGHT VOCAL FOLDS ANGLE ASYMMETRY ON PHONATION
Annemie Van Hirtum, Anne Bouvet, Xavier Pelorson, Isao Tokuda
9. THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL MODELING OF LESIONS OF THE VOCAL FOLDS
Xavier Pelorson, Anne Bouvet, Annemie Van Hirtum
10. VOICE SOURCE EFFECTS OF FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY VARIATION
Johan Sundberg

SESSION VII – COMET SESSION – ACTOR’S AND ACTRESS’ VOICES
Moderator: Philippe Dejonckere

  1. SPECTRAL SPECIFICITIES OF ACTING VOICE IN PROFESSIONAL ACTRESSES
    P.H. DeJonckere, H. Stoffels
  2. SHORT TERM EFFECT OF ‘SEMIOCCLUDED VOCAL TRACT EXERCISES’ ON HEALTHY ACTORS’ VOICES
    Valentina Di Natale, Giovanna Cantarella, Claudia Manfredi, Annaclara Ciabatta, Cosimo Becherini, Philippe DeJonckere
  3. SINGING WHILE ACTING AND VICE-VERSA
    Orietta Calcinoni
  4. THE SHOUTING VOICE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF SHOUTING ABILITY AS A ‘FITNESS’ PARAMETER FOR ALL VOICE USERS
    Josef Schlömicher – Thier, Matthias Weikert
  5. THE ACTORS VOICE: LAUGHING, CRYING AND SHOUTING IN THE MRI
    Bernhard Richter, Louisa Traser, Michael Burdumy, Matthias Echternach, Claudia Spahn
  6. DISTORTED VOCALITY: SUPRAGLOTTIC MANAGEMENT IN ACTING AND DUBBING
  7. Franco Fussi, Eleonora Bruni

HISTORICAL NOTE – CELEBRATING LEONARDO DA VINCI: AUDIOLOGY AND VOCOLOGY PRECURSOR
Orietta Calcinoni

SESSION VIII – VOCAL FOLDS PARALYSIS/ABNORMALITIES

  1. PHONOSURGICAL TREATMENT OF BILATERAL LARINGEAL PARALYSES
    Giovanna Cantarella
  2. SELECTIVE SURFACE STIMULATION IN UNILATERAL VOCAL FOLD PARALYSIS (UVFP)
    Berit Schneider-Stickler, Matthias Leonhard, Matthias Krenn, Winfried Mayr
  3. ULTRAHIGH RESOLUTION OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY FOR DETECTING TISSUE ABNORMALITES OF THE ORAL AND LARYNGEAL MUCOSA: A
    PRELIMINARY STUDY
    Niels Møller Israelsen, Anders Overgård Jønsson, Mette Pedersen

SESSION IX – KEYNOTE LECTURE
DEVELOPING NEW SPEECH SIGNAL PROCESSING ALGORITHMS FOR BIOMEDICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES APPLICATIONS: PRINCIPLES, FINDINGS, CHALLENGES, AND A VIEW TO THE FUTURE
Athanasios Tsanas

SESSION X – BIOMECHANICS/DEVICES

  1. EXPERIMENTAL MODELLING OF GLOTTAL AREA DECLINATION RATE IN VOWEL AND RESONANCE TUBE PHONATION
    Jaromír Horáček, Radolf Vojtěch, Bula Viteslav, Anne-Maria Laukkanen
  2. DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AN ANECHOIC SUBGLOTTAL TRACT FOR EXCISED LARYNX EXPERIMENTS
    Hugo Lehoux, Vít Hampala, Jan G. Švec
  3. SHAKER: PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS OF A POTENTIAL DEVICE FOR VOICE TRAINING AND THERAPY
    Anne-Maria Laukkanen , Jaromír Horáček , Vojtěch Radolf
  4. MECHANIZED ANIMATION OF EXCISED HUMAN LARYNX
    Thierry Legou, Fabrice Silva, Thomas Helie, Henri Boutin, Djella Chalabi, David Roze, Antoine Giovanni, Aude Lagier

SESSION XI – SPEECH

  1. BEATBOX SOUNDS RECOGNITION USING A SPEECH-DEDICATED HMM-GMM BASED SYSTEM
    Solene Evain, Adrien Contesse, Antoine Pinchaud, Didier Schwab, Benjamin Lecouteux,Nathalie Henrich Bernardoni
  2. AM-FM DECOMPOSITION OF SPEECH SIGNAL: APPLICATIONS FOR SPEECH PRIVACY AND DIAGNOSIS
    Petr Motlicek, Hynek Hermansky, Sriram Ganapathy
  3. THE TOMATIS ELECTRONIC EAR EFFECTS ON SIMPLE VOCALIZATIONSMarco Prenassi, Walter Coppola, Giovanni Ramponi, Tiziano Agostini, Sara Marceglia
  4. FREE SORTING TASK OF SPEECH DISORDERS BY EXPERT AND NON-EXPERT LISTENERS
    Woisard Virginie, Gaillard Pascal

SESSION XII – VOICE VS OTHER PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNALS/DISEASES

  1. THE INTELLIGIBILITY OF SPEECH IN POLISH SPEAKERS BORN WITH CLEFT LIP AND/OR PALATE
    Wiktor Gonet, Maria Hortis-Dzierzbicka, Edyta Zomkowska
  2. THE EFFECT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON THE PHONETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SPEECH
    V. V. Evdokimova, E. A. Zakharchenko
  3. CHANGES TO VOICE PRODUCTION CAUSED BY LONG-TERM HEARING LOSS (HL)
    I.V. Kastyro, A.N. Kovalenko, Torshin V.I., Draginskaya E.S.
  4. COMPARISON OF IMMEDIATE EFFECTS OF VOCAL BREATHING EXERCISES AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY (HRV) IN HEALTHY
    STUDENTS
    Kastyro I.V., Kovalenko A.N., Torshin V.I., Draginskaya E.S., Grosu D., Skopich A.
  5. AN ALGORITHM FOR DETECTING THE ONSET OF LINGUISTIC SEGMENTS IN CONTINUOUS ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM SIGNALS
    C. Tonatiuh Hernández-del-Toro, Carlos A. Reyes-García
  6. DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN CHILDREN AND ADULT FACES USING BODY AND HEAD RATIO AND GEOMETRIC FEATURES
    C.A. Reyes-García, E. Morales-Vargas, H. Peregrina-Barreto, C. Manfredi
  7. SONIFICATION TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO EEG SIGNALS OF NONMOTOR GENERALIZED ONSET EPILEPTIC SEIZURES
    L. Frassineti, R. Guerrini, C. Barba, F. Melani, F. Piras, C. Manfredi
  8. BIOVOICE: A MULTIPURPOSE TOOL FOR VOICE ANALYSIS
    Maria Sole Morelli, Silvia Orlandi, Claudia Manfredi