Dr Ingo Titze, educated as a physicist (Ph.D.) and engineer (M.S.E.E.), has applied his scientific knowledge to a lifelong love of clinical voice and vocal music.
His research interests include biomechanics of human tissues, acoustic phonetics, speech science, voice disorders, professional voice, music acoustics, and the computer simulation of voice.
He is the father of vocology, a specialty in speech-language pathology.
He defined the word as “the science and practice of voice habilitation.”
Past Short Courses
Friday 26th May 2023
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Linear and Non-linear Mechanisms of Human Sound Production
Dr Brad Story
Dr Ingo Titze
This course will review the basics of self-sustained vocal fold vibration, excitation of the vocal tract, wave propagation and resonance.