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1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 rd TIME AUDITORIUM 1 AUDITORIUM OPENING SESSION Chair: Johan Sundberg 08: : Titze I INVITED LECTURE: Physical and physiological understanding of vocal exercises 09: COFFEE 10: : 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 11: FREE PAPERS Chair: Per-Åke Lindestad Iwamura S Misdirected reinnervation of the larynx 11:45 Iwamura S - An anatomical assessment of the cricoarytenoid joint location

2 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 LUNCH 12: : 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 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

3 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 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 COFFEE 15: 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 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 :30 SONG & BEER PUB (KTH) at KTH, Drottning Kristinas väg 31 Tekniska högskolan underground station, red line

4 FRIDAY, AUGUST 24 th TIME AUDITORIUM 1 AUDITORIUM : 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 09: : COFFEE 10: SESSION 2 (a) FREE PAPERS Chair: David Howard Fourcin A, Abberton E - Aspects of hearing in voice pitch and timbre analysis 10:45 Abberton E, Fourcin A - Vocal fold contact ratios and voice quality in the connected speech of young women SESSION 2 (b) FREE PAPERS Chair: Markus Hess Berry D - Highspeed quantitative imaging in excised human larynx experiments Larsson H, Hertegård S, Hammarberg B - High-speed tool box 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 Szabo A, Hammarberg B, Södersten M - Simultaneous recordings with a voice accumulator device and a DATrecorder - preschool teachers' voices at work Murphy P - A cepstrum-based harmonics-to-noise ratio applied to aperiodic voice signals

5 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 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 LUNCH POSTER SESSION 1 (glass gallery) Adelmann W What are today's problems for (professional) children choirs and what reasons may cause them? 12:45 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 : :45 Gates L The use of heightened text in vocal pedagogy and therapy WORKSHOP ROOM 1 Sääf-Rothoff A Voice therapy in groups of patients with functional voice disorders WORKSHOP ROOM 2 WORKSHOP ROOM 3 Hitech Development AB Title to follow (Soundswell editing software) WORKSHOP ROOM 4 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 POSTER SESSION 1 continued 14: :45 Mickelson NP HearFones - an exploration of a new tool WORKSHOP ROOM 1 Reinders A The history of the female voice in West European operatic music WORKSHOP ROOM 2 Sihvo M Increased oral pressure, a method to facilitate voice production WORKSHOP ROOM 3 Ericson P Self-regulation in voice therapy WORKSHOP ROOM 4

6 15.00 COFFEE 15: :45 Stenlund Tyrén A Voice therapy for asthma patients in group WORKSHOP ROOM 1 Rothenberg M A new tool for measuring voice nasality and realtime biofeedback WORKSHOP ROOM 2 Elliot N Easy movement and easy phonation. A warm up program WORKSHOP ROOM 3 Popeil L Rhythm and blues singing WORKSHOP ROOM : 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 16:45 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 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 :00 CONCERT Swedish Vocal Art Summit Nybrokajen 11 (opposite Dramaten Theatre and next door to Radisson Strand Hotel)

7 SATURDAY, AUGUST 25 th TIME AUDITORIUM 1 AUDITORIUM :45 SESSION 3 Assessment & efficacy of voice treatment Chair: Elisabeth Sederholm Verdolini K Keynote: Voice efficacy Discussants: Vilkman E Casper J : : COFFEE 10: 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 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 SESSION 3 (b) FREE PAPERS Chair: Harm Schutte Dejonckere P Voice assessment: objectivity or subjectivity? Manfredi C, Aniello MD, Bruscaglioni P A fast subspace approach to speech denoising 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

8 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 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: : 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

9 13: :45 Mertz TM - Awakening the voice through work on the level of primary functions WORKSHOP ROOM 1 Lindestad P-Å, Larsson H, Granqvist S - High-speed imaging of normal phonation: practical on-line demonstrations WORKSHOP ROOM 2 Martynenko G - On the interaction of vocal and speaking techniques of sound production WORKSHOP ROOM 3 Schmid-Tatzreiter E, Schmid R - The Bonavox method WORKSHOP ROOM 4 POSTER SESSION 2 continued : :45 Melton J - Integrating singing technique into theatre voice training WORKSHOP ROOM 1 Cornut G, Bouchayer M, Rugheimer G - Assessing complex dysphonia the application of videostroboscopy WORKSHOP ROOM 2 Fex B - Accent method - theory and practice WORKSHOP ROOM 3 Comins R - A practical presentation of voice awareness for trainee teachers WORKSHOP ROOM 4 POSTER SESSION 2 continued COFFEE 15:15 IN AUDITORIUM 1 Meylan M Masterclass in musical theatre style of singing 15.30

10 15: :15 SESSION 3 continued Chair: Maria Södersten Ohlsson A-C - Voice handicap index in Swedish - validation and reliability 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 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

11 SUNDAY, AUGUST 26 th TIME AUDITORIUM 1 AUDITORIUM : :15 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 : : COFFEE 10: 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 11:15 Seidner W, Wohlt G - Perceptive and acoustical features of male and female alto voices SESSION 4 (b) Chair: Friedemann Pabst Mäki E, Lunden S, Niemi H-M, Laukkanen A-M - Perceptual effects of a 5-minute vocal loading Winkworth A, McCabe P - The "vocal process" of becoming an actor: vocal risk profiles of first year acting students 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 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 12:15 Yiu E, Chan R - Vocal fatigue in amateur singers Leino T - Voice quality of Finnish female actors LUNCH 12: : :45 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 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 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 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 COFFEE 15: Laukkanen A-M, Syrjä T, Leino T - Effects of a twomonth vocal exercising with and without spectral biofeedback on student actors' speaking voice 16:15 Barlow CA, Howard DM - Singing voice development in adolescence

13 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 CLOSING REMARKS 17:15 17:30 END

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