The University of Iowa

Ingo Titze

Ingo Titze
UI Foundation Distinguished Professor; Joint appointment: School of Music
Education: 
PhD, Brigham Young University
Office: 
330 SHC
Phone: 
(319) 335-6600

Research interests
Acoustics and biomechanisms of speech, with primary emphasis on computer simulation of human vocalization.

Publications
Klemuk, S.A., Riede, T., Walsh, E.J., and Titze, I.R. (in review). Tiger and lion vocal folds are adapted to produce low-pitched sounds. Ann Biomedical Engineering

Titze, I.R. & Hunter, E.J. (in press). Feasibility of measurement of a voice range profile with a semi-occluded vocal tract. Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology.

Titze, I.R., Worley, A.S., and Story, B.H. (2011). Source-vocal tract interaction in female operatic singing and theatre belting. Journal of Singing , Vol. 67(5): 561-572.

Popolo, P.S., Titze, I.R. and Hunter, E.J. (in press). Towards a self-rating tool of the inability to produce soft voice based on nonlinear events: a preliminary study. Acta Acustica-Acustica

Titze, I.R. (in review). Adhesion of a monolayer of fibroblast cells to fibronectin under sonic vibrations in a bioreactor. Ann of Otology Rhinology & Laryngology

Titze, I.R. (in press). Vocal fold mass is not a useful quantity for describing F 0 in vocalization. J. Speech Language, Hear. Res .

Hunter, E.J. and Titze, I.R. (2010). Variation of intensity, fundamental frequency, and voicing for teachers in occupational versus non-occupational settings. J. Speech Language, Hear. Res . 53(4): 862-875.

Klemuk, S.A., Lu, X., Hoffman, H., and Titze, I.R.. (2010). Phonation threshold pressure predictions using viscoelastic properties up to 1400 Hz of injectables intended for Reinke's Space. The Laryngoscope .120(5): 995-1001.

Titze, I.R., Fitch, W.T., Hunter, E.J., Alipour, F., Montequin, D., Armstrong, D.L., McGee, J., and Walsh, E.J. (2010). Vocal power and pressure-flow relationships in excised tiger larynges. J Ex Biol 213(Pt 22): 3866-3873.

Titze, I.R. and Hunter, E.J. (2010) Feasibility of measurement of a voice range profile with a semi-occluded vocal tract. Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology e-Pub ahead of print.

A current list of Ingo Titze’s publications are available through the National Library of Medicine's website, PubMed.