Ingo R. Titze
Dr. Ingo R. Titze earned BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Utah and his PhD in physics from BYU. He taught at BYU, California Polytechnic University, Pomona College, the University of Petroleum and Minerals in Saudi Arabia, Gallaudet College, the University of Maryland, and Westminster Choir College in New Jersey. He has been a consultant to Bell Laboratories and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and is now consulting for the Wilbur James Gould Voice Research Center.
Generally Dr. Titze’s research areas include the biomechanics of human tissues, computer simulation of speech, acoustic phonetics, speech science, voice disorders, professional voice production, musical acoustics, and singing synthesis.