Publications

PATENTS

  1. M. Zañartu, A. Weinstein, J. Schwarzenberg, G. Carrasco, J. Rosas, F. Rubilar, “Advanced Voice Monitor”, Provisional US Patent submission, EFS ID 40199158, August 2020.
  2. M. Díaz, M. Zañartu “Method for estimating force and pressure of collision in vocal cords from high-speed laryngeal videos”, US10783630B2, Patent granted on 2020-09-22. US Patent and PCT.
  3. M. Zañartu, G. R. Wodicka, J. C. Ho, R. E. Hillman, and D. D. Mehta, “System and Methods for Evaluating Vocal Function Using an Impedance-Based Inverse Filtering of Neck Surface Acceleration”, U.S./Europe Patent WO/2012/112985, filing date Feb-20-2012, date issued Aug-24-2012. Link
  4. M. W. Beltman, M. Zañartu, A. Raychowdhury, A. P. Rangarajan, M. E. Deisher, “Speech audio processing: Low power pre-processing algorithms and circuits to enhance speech recognition for handheld, mobile and embedded devices in noisy environment”, U.S./Europe Patent WO/2012/003269, filing date June-30-2010, date issued Jan-05-2012. Link.

JOURNAL PAPERS (WoS)

  1. J. G. González, J. I. Yuz, H. Garnier, A. Morales, J. P. Cortés, M. Zañartu, “Continuous-Time Model Identification of the Subglottal System”, Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, in press.
  2. E. J. Ibarra, J. D. Arias-Londoño, M. Zañartu, J. I. Godino-Llorente, (2023) “Towards a Corpus (and Language)-Independent Screening of Parkinson’s Disease from Voice and Speech through Domain Adaptation”, Bioengineering, Vol 10, no. 11, pp. 1316. DOI: 10.3390/bioengineering10111316, linkpdf.
  3. M. Serry, G. A. Alzamendi, M. Zañartu, S.D. Peterson “An Euler–Bernoulli-type beam model of the vocal folds for describing curved and incomplete glottal closure patterns”, Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, Vol 147, pp. 106130, DOI: 10.1016/j.jmbbm.2023.106130, linkpdf.
  4. J. J. Deng, B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, and S. D. Peterson (2023), “The effect of swelling on vocal fold kinematics and dynamics”, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, Vol. 22, pp. 1873–1889, DOI: 10.1007/s10237-023-01740-3, linkpdf.
  5. J. Cuadros, L. Z. Rivera, C. Castro, G. Whitaker, M. Otero, A. Weinstein, E. Martínez, P. Prado, M. Zañartu (2023) “DIVA meets EEG: Model Validation using Formant-Shift Reflex”, Applied Sciences, Vol 13(13), pp 7512. DOI: 10.3390/app13137512, linkpdf.
  6. A. Morales, J. I. Yuz, J. P. Cortés, J. G. Fontanet, M. Zañartu (2023) “Glottal Airflow Estimation Using Neck Surface Acceleration and Low-Order Kalman Smoothing”, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, Vol. 31, pp. 2055-2066, DOI: 10.1109/TASLP.2023.3277269, linkpdf
  7. M. Serry, G. A. Alzamendi, M. Zañartu, S.D. Peterson (2023) “Modelling the influence of the extrinsic musculature on phonation”, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, Vol 22, pp.1365–1378, DOI: 10.1007/s10237-023-01724-3, linkpdf.
  8. M. Motie-Shirazi, Matías Zañartu, Sean D. Peterson, Daryush D. Mehta, Robert E. Hillman, Byron D. Erath (2023), “Effect of nodule size and stiffness on phonation threshold and collision pressures in a synthetic hemilaryngeal self-oscillating vocal fold model”, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 153(1), pp. 654-664, DOI: 10.1121/10.0016997. linkpdf
  9. J. P. Cortés, J. Z. Lin, K. L. Marks, V. M. Espinoza, E. J. Ibarra, M. Zañartu, R. E. Hillman D. D. Mehta (2022), “Ambulatory monitoring of subglottal pressure estimated from neck-surface vibration in individuals with and without voice disorders”, Applied Sciences, Vol 12(21), pp.10692. DOI:10.3390/app122110692. linkpdf
  10. M. D. Groll, S D. Peterson, M. Zañartu, J. M. Vojtech, C. E. Stepp (2022), “Evaluating the Relationship between Relative Fundamental Frequency and the End of Vocal Fold Collision in Voicing Offset”, in press, Journal of Voice. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvoice.2022.09.016. Linkpdf
  11. C. Castro, P. Prado, V. M. Espinoza, A. Testart, D. Marfull, R. Manríquez, C. E. Stepp, D. D. Mehta, R. E. Hillman, M. Zañartu, (2022) “Lombard Effect in Individuals with Non-Phonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction: Impact on Acoustic, Aerodynamic, and Vocal Fold Vibratory Parameters”, Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, Vol 65(8), pp 2881-2895, DOI: 10.1044/2022_JSLHR-21-00508 – linkpdf
  12. M. Motie-Shirazi, S. D. Peterson, M. Zañartu, D. D. Mehta, R. E. Hillman, and B. D. Erath, (2022) “Collision pressure and dissipated-power dose in a self-oscillating silicone vocal fold model with a posterior glottal opening” Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, Vol 65(8), pp 288-2895, DOI: 10.1044/2022_JSLHR-21-00471 – linkpdf
  13. H. R. Weerathunge, G. A. Alzamendi, G. J. Cler, F. H. Guenther, C. E. Stepp, M. Zañartu (2022) “LaDIVA: A neurocomputational model providing laryngeal motor control for speech acquisition and production”, PLOS Computational Biology, 18(6): e1010159. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1010159 – linkpdf
  14. J. Deng, M. Serry, M. Zañartu, B.D. Erath; S. D. Peterson (2022) “Modeling the influence of COVID-19 protective measures on the mechanics of phonation”, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol 151(5), pp 2987–2998. DOI: 10.1121/10.0009822 linkpdf.
  15. J. P. Cortés, G. A. Alzamendi, A. J. Weinstein, J. I. Yuz, V. M. Espinoza, D. D. Mehta, R. E. Hillman, M. Zañartu, (2022) “Kalman Filter Implementation of Subglottal Impedance-Based Inverse Filtering to Estimate Glottal Airflow during Phonation”, Applied Sciences, 12(1), 401; DOI: 10.3390/app12010401 – linkpdf
  16. G. A. Alzamendi, S. D. Peterson, B. D. Erath, R. E. Hillman, M. Zañartu (2022), “Triangular body-cover model of the vocal folds with coordinated activation of five intrinsic laryngeal muscles”, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol 151(1), pp. 17-30, DOI: 10.1121/10.0009169 – linkpdf
  17. E. J. Ibarra, J. Parra, G. A. Alzamendi, J. P. Cortés, V. M. Espinoza, D. D. Mehta, R. E. Hillman and M. Zañartu (2021), “Estimation of subglottal pressure, vocal fold collision pressure, and intrinsic laryngeal muscle activation from neck-surface vibration using a neural network framework and a voice production model”, Frontiers in Physiology, section Computational Physiology and Medicine, Vol 12, pp. 1419. DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2021.732244, linkpdf
  18. D. D. Mehta, J. B. Kobler, S. M. Zeitels, M. Zañartu, E. J. Ibarra, G. A. Alzamendi, R. Manriquez, B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson, R. H. Petrillo, R. E. Hillman, (2021) “Direct measurement and modeling of intraglottal, subglottal, and vocal fold collision pressures during phonation in an individual with a hemilaryngectomy”, Applied Sciences-Basel, Special issue “Computational Methods and Engineering Solutions to Voice II”, 11(16), 7256; DOI:10.3390/app11167256, linkpdf
  19. M. Motie-Shirazi, M. Zañartu; S. D Peterson, B. D Erath, (2021) “Vocal fold dynamics in a synthetic self-oscillating model: Intraglottal aerodynamic pressure and energy”, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol 150(2), pp.1332–1345, DOI: 10.1121/10.0005882, linkpdf
  20. M. Motie-Shirazi, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson, B. D. Erath (2021), “Vocal fold dynamics in a synthetic self-oscillating model: Contact pressure and dissipated energy dose,” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol 150(1), pp. 478-489, DOI: 10.1121/10.0005596, linkpdf
  21. L. A. Mora, H. Ramirez, J. I. Yuz, Y. Le Gorrec, M. Zañartu (2021) “Energy-based fluid-structure model of the vocal folds”, IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information, Volume 38(2), pp 466–492, DOI:10.1093/imamci/dnaa031, linkpdf
  22. D. Deliyski, M. Shishkov, D. Mehta, H. Ghasemzadeh, B. Bouma, M. Zañartu, A.de Alarcon, R. Hillman, (2021) “Laser-Calibrated System for Transnasal Fiberoptic Laryngeal High-Speed Videoendoscopy”, Jounal of Voice, Vol 35(1), pp. 122-128, DOI: 10.1016/j.jvoice.2019.07.013. linkpdf.
  23. E. Martínez-Montes, Y. García-Puente, M. Zañartu, P. Prado-Gutiérrez, (2020) “Chirp analyzer for estimating amplitude and latency of steady-state auditory envelope following responses”, IEEE Trans Neural Syst and Rehab Eng, vol. 28(12), pp. 2744 – 2753, DOI: 10.1109/TNSRE.2020.3032835, linkpdf
  24. R. E. Hillman, C. E. Stepp, J. H. Van Stan, M. Zañartu, D. D. Mehta (2020) “An Updated Theoretical Framework for Vocal Hyperfunction” American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, Vol 29(4), pp 2254-2260, DOI: 10.1044/2020_AJSLP-20-00104. linkpdf
  25. V. E. Espinoza, D. E. Mehta, J. Van Stan, R. E. Hillman, M. Zañartu (2020), “Glottal aerodynamics estimated from neck-surface vibration in women with phonotraumatic and nonphonotraumatic vocal hyperfunction”, Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, Vol 63(9), pp.2861-2869. DOI: 10.1044/2020_JSLHR-20-00189. linkpdf
  26. G. Alzamendi, R. Manriquez. J. Hadwin, J. J. Deng, S. D. Peterson, B. D. Erath, D. D. Mehta, R. E. Hillman, M. Zañartu (2020) “Bayesian estimation of vocal function measures using laryngeal high-speed videoendoscopy and glottal airflow estimates: An in vivo case study”, J. Acous. Soc. Am., 147(5), pp EL434-EL439. DOI:10.1121/10.0001276. linkpdf
  27. J. Z. Lin, V. M. Espinoza, K. L. Marks, M. Zañartu, D. D. Mehta (2020), “Improved subglottal pressure estimation from neck-surface vibration in healthy speakers producing non-modal phonation”, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, Vol 14(2), pp 449-460, DOI: 10.1109/JSTSP.2019.2959267. linkpdf
  28. J. A. Mucarquer, P. Prado, M. J. Escobar, W. El-Deredy, and M. Zañartu (2020) “Improving EEG muscle artifact removal with an EMG array”, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation & Measurement, Vol 69(3), pp 815-824, DOI: 10.1109/TIM.2019.2906967. linkpdf
  29. D.D. Mehta, J. Kobler, S. Zeitels, M. Zañartu, B. D. Erath, M. Motie-Shirazi, S. D. Peterson, R. Petrillo, R. E. Hillman (2019) “Toward Development of a Vocal Fold Contact Pressure Probe: Bench-Top Validation of a Dual-Sensor Probe Using Excised Human Larynx Models”, Applied Sciences-Basel, Special issue “Computational Methods and Engineering Solutions to Voice”, 9(20), pp.4360. DOI:10.3390/app9204360. link
  30. M. Motie-Shirazi, M. Zanartu, S. D Peterson, D. D. Mehta, J. Kobler, R. E. Hillman, B. D. Erath, (2019) “Toward Development of a Vocal Fold Contact Pressure Probe: Sensor Characterization and Validation Using Synthetic Vocal Fold Models”, Applied Sciences-Basel, Special issue “Computational Methods and Engineering Solutions to Voice” , 9(15), pp. 3002. DOI: 10.3390/app9153002. link
  31. B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson, K. S. Weiland, M. W. Plesniak, M. Zañartu, (2019)”An acoustic source model for asymmetric intraglottal flow with application to reduced-order models of the vocal folds”, PLoS ONE 14(7): e0219914. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0219914. link
  32. M. Diaz-Cadiz, S. D. Peterson, G.E. Galindo, V. M. Espinoza, M. Motie-Shirazi, B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu (2019) “Estimating Vocal Fold Contact Pressure from Raw Laryngeal High-Speed Videoendoscopy Using a Hertz Contact Model”, Applied Sciences-Basel, Special issue “Computational Methods and Engineering Solutions to Voice”, 9(11), pp. 2384; DOI:10.3390/app9112384. link pdf special issue
  33. P. Prado-Gutiérrez, M. Otero, E. Martínez-Montes, A. Weinstein, M.J. Escobar, W. El-Deredy, M. Zañartu (2019) “A Method for Tracking the Time Evolution of Steady-State Evoked Potentials.”, J. Vis. Exp. (147), e59898, DOI:10.3791/59898 (2019). linkpdf
  34. D. Mehta, V. M. Espinoza, J. H. Van Stan, M. Zañartu, R. E. Hillman, (2019) “The difference between first and second harmonic amplitudes correlates between glottal airflow and neck-surface accelerometer signals during phonation”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 145(5), pp. EL386-EL392. DOI: 10.1121/1.5100909. linkpdf
  35. R. Manriquez, S. D. Peterson, P. Prado, P. Orio, G. Galindo, M. Zañartu, (2019) “Neurophysiological Muscle Activation Scheme for Controlling Vocal Fold Models”, IEEE Trans Neural Syst and Rehab Eng, vol 27(5), pp. 1043 – 1052, DOI: 10.1109/TNSRE.2019.2906030. link pdf
  36. P Prado, E. Martínez, A. Weinstein, M. Zañartu, (2019) “Estimation of auditory steady-state responses based on the averaging of independent EEG epochs”, PLoS ONE 14(1): e0206018. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0206018 link
  37. J.P. Cortes, V. M. Espinoza, M. Ghassemi, D. Mehta, J. Van Stan, R. Hillman, J. Guttag, M. Zañartu (2018), “Ambulatory assessment of phonotraumatic vocal hyperfunction using glottal airflow measures estimated from neck-surface acceleration”, PLoS ONE 13(12): e0209017. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0209017. link
  38. G. E. Galindo, S. D. Peterson, B. D. Erath, C. Castro, R. E. Hillman, M. Zañartu (2017), “Modeling the pathophysiology of phonotraumatic vocal hyperfunction with a triangular glottal model of the vocal folds”, Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, Vol. 60(9), pp. 2452–2471, DOI: 10.1044/2017_JSLHR-S-16-0412. link pdf
  39. V. M. Espinoza, M. Zañartu, J. H. Van Stan, D. D. Mehta, and R. E. Hillman (2017) “Glottal Aerodynamic Measures in Women With Phonotraumatic and Nonphonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction”, Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, Vol. 60(8), pp. 2159–2169, DOI: 10.1044/2017_JSLHR-S-16-0337 link – pdf
  40. Y. Chien, D. D. Mehta, J. Guðnason, M. Zañartu, and T. F. Quatieri, (2017) “Performance Evaluation of Glottal Inverse Filtering Algorithms Using a Physiologically Based Articulatory Speech Synthesizer”, IEEE/ACM Trans. Audio Speech Lang. Proc., Vol 25(8), pp. 1718-1730. DOI: 10.1109/TASLP.2017.2714839. linkpdf
  41. B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson (2017) “Modeling Viscous Dissipation During Vocal Fold Contact: The Influence of Tissue Viscosity and Thickness with Implications for Hydration”, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, Vol 16(3), pp 947-960. DOI: 10.1007/s10237-016-0863-5. linkpdf
  42. P. Hadwin, G. Galindo, K. Daun, M. Zañartu, B. Erath, E. Cataldo, and S. Peterson (2016), “Bayesian Estimation of Non-Stationary Parameters in a Body Cover Model of the Vocal Folds”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol 139(5), pp 2683-2696. DOI:10.1121/1.4948755. linkpdf
  43. Robertson D, Zañartu M, Cook D (2016) “Comprehensive, Population-Based Sensitivity Analysis of a Two-Mass Vocal Fold Model”. PLoS ONE 11(2): e0148309. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0148309. linkpdf
  44. D. D. Mehta, J. H. Van Stan, M. Zañartu, M. Ghassemi, J. V. ,Guttag, V. M. Espinoza, J. P. Cortés, H. A. Cheyne, and R. E. Hillman, (2015). “Using ambulatory voice monitoring to investigate common voice disorders: Research update,” Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. vol. 3, article 155, pp. 1–14. DOI: 10.3389/fbioe.2015.00155. link pdf
  45. A. F. Llico, M. Zañartu, A. J. Gonzalez, G. R. Wodicka, D. D. Mehta, J. Van Stan andR. E. Hillman, (2015) “Real-time estimation of aerodynamic features for ambulatory voice biofeedback”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 138(1), pp. EL14-EL19, DOI: 10.1121/1.4922364. linkpdf
  46. M. Zañartu, G. Galindo, B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson, G. R. Wodicka, R. E. Hillman (2014) “Modeling the effects of a posterior glottal opening on vocal fold dynamics with implications for vocal hyperfunction”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 136(6), pp. 3262–3271, DOI: 10.1121/1.4901714. linkpdf
  47. A. Tsanas, M. Zañartu, M. Little, C. Fox, L. Ramig, and G. Clifford, (2014) “Robust fundamental frequency estimation in sustained vowels: Detailed algorithmic comparisons and information fusion with adaptive Kalman filtering”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 135(5), pp. 2885-2901, DOI: 10.1121/1.4870484. link pdf
  48. M. Ghassemi, J. Van Stan, D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu, H. A. Cheyne II, R. E. Hillman, and J. V. Guttag (2014) “Learning to detect vocal hyperfunction from ambulatory neck-skin acceleration features: Initial results for vocal fold nodules”, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., Vol. 61(6), pp.1668-1675, DOI: 10.1109/TBME.2013.2297372. linkpdf
  49. B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson, M. Zañartu, G. R. Wodicka, K. C. Stewart, and M. W. Plesniak (2013) “Response to “Comments on ‘A theoretical model of the pressure distributions arising from asymmetric intraglottal flows applied to a two-mass model of the vocal folds’” [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 130, 389–403 (2011)] (L)” J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 134(2), pp.913–916. DOI: 10.1121/1.4812775. link
  50. M. Zañartu, J. C. Ho, D. D. Mehta, R. E. Hillman, and G. R. Wodicka, (2013) “Subglottal impedance-based inverse filtering of speech sounds using neck surface acceleration”, IEEE Trans. Audio Speech Lang. Proc., 21(9), pp. 1929-1939. DOI: 10.1109/TASL.2013.2263138 pdf link1link2.
  51. B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, K. C. Stewart, M. W. Plesniak, D. E. Sommer, and S. D. Peterson (2013) “A review of lumped-element numerical models of voiced speech”, Speech Comm. 55(5), pp. 667–690. DOI:10.1016/j.specom.2013.02.002. pdf link
  52. D. E. Sommer, B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, and S. D. Peterson (2013), “The Impact of glottal area discontinuities on block-type vocal fold models with asymmetric tissue properties”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 133(3), pp. EL214-EL220. pdf
  53. D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu, S. W. Feng, H. A. Cheyne, and R. E. Hillman, (2012) “Mobile voice health monitoring using a wearable accelerometer sensor and a smartphone platform”, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., Vol 59(11), pp.3090-3096, DOI: 10.1109/TBME.2012.2207896. pdf.
  54. D. E. Sommer, B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, and S. D. Peterson (2012), “Corrected Contact Dynamics for the Steinecke and Herzel Asymmetric Two-Mass Model of the Vocal Folds”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 132(4), pp. EL272-EL276, DOI:10.1121/1.4734013. pdf.
  55. D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu, T. F. Quatieri, D. D. Deliyski, and R. E. Hillman (2011), “Investigating acoustic correlates of human vocal fold phase asymmetry through mathematical modeling and laryngeal high- speed videoendoscopy” , J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 130(6), pp. 3999-4009. DOI: 10.1121/1.3658441. pdf
  56. B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson, and M. W. Plesniak (2011), “Nonlinear vocal fold dynamics resulting from asymmetric fluid loading on a two-mass model of speech” ,Chaos, Vol. 21, pp. 033113-1-8. DOI: 10.1063/1.3615726. pdf
  57. B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson, M. Zañartu, G. R. Wodicka, and M. W. Plesniak (2011), “A theoretical model of the pressure distributions arising from asymmetric intraglottal flows applied to a two-mass model of the vocal folds”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 130(1), pp.389-403. DOI: 10.1121/1.3586785. pdf
  58. M. Zañartu, D. D. Mehta, J. C. Ho, G. R. Wodicka, and R. E. Hillman (2011), “ Observation and analysis of in vivo vocal fold tissue instabilities produced by nonlinear source-filter coupling: A case study “, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 129(1), pp.326-339. DOI: 10.1121/1.3514536. pdf.
  59. J. C. Ho, M. Zañartu, and G. R. Wodicka (2011), “An anatomically-based, time-domain acoustic model of the subglottal system for speech production ”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 129(3), pp.1531-1547. DOI: 10.1121/1.3543971. pdf
  60. M. Zañartu, J. C. Ho, S. S. Kraman, H. Pasterkamp, J. E. Huber, and G. R. Wodicka (2009) “Air-borne and tissue-borne sensitivities of bioacoustic sensors used on the skin surface,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., vol. 56, pp. 443-51. DOI: 10.1109/TBME.2008.2008165. pdf
  61. D. D. Mehta, D. D. Deliyski, S. M. Zeitels, M. Zañartu, and R. E. Hillman (2009), “Integration of ultra high-speed color videoendoscopy with time-synchronized measures of vocal function”, Laryngoscope, Vol. 119, Supplement 1, p.S34. DOI: 10.1002/lary.20351.
  62. M. Zañartu, L. Mongeau, and G. R. Wodicka (2007), “Influence of acoustic loading on an effective single mass model of the vocal folds”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 121(2), pp. 1119-1129. DOI:10.1121/1.2409491 pdf

JOURNAL PAPERS IN REVIEW

  1. C. Castro, J.P. Cortes, L. Z-Rivera, P. Prado, A. Weinstein, M. Zanartu, “Modeling voice production and self-perception in noise: Understanding the Lombard Effect in Non-Phonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction”, submitted for publication
  2. I. Zalazar, G. Alzamendi, M. Zañartu, G. Schlotthauer, “Maximum Correntropy Linear Prediction for Voice Inverse Filtering: Theoretical Framework and Practical Implementation”, submitted for publication
  3. J. A. Parra, C. A. Calvache, G. Alzamendi, E. Ibarra. L. Solaque, S. D. Peterson, M. Zañartu, “Asymmetric triangular body-cover model of the vocal folds with bilateral intrinsic muscle activation”, submitted for publication
  4. E. J. Ibarra, G. E. Galindo, G. A. Alzamendi, J. P. Cortes, C. Castro, R. Manríquez, A. Testart and M. Zañartu, “Empirical Distribution of Glottal Edges (EDGE): A Statistical Assessment of Vocal Fold Kinematics Using High-Speed Videoendoscopy”, submitted for publication
  5. E. J. Ibarra, J. D. Arias-Lodoño, J. I. Godino-Llorente, D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu “Subject-specific modeling by domain adaptation for the subglottal pressure estimation from neck-surface acceleration signals”, submitted for publication
  6. J. Sepúlveda, J. Parra, E. Ibarra, M. Araya, P. De la Cuadra, M. Zañartu, “Estimation of physiological vocal features from neck surface acceleration signals using Probabilistic Bayesian Neural Networks”, submitted for publication

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. D. D. Mehta, D. D. Deliyski, S. M. Zeitels, M. Zañartu, and R. E. Hillman (2015). Integration of transnasal fiberoptic high-speed videoendoscopywithtime-synchronized recordings of vocal function. In K. Izdebski, Y. Yan, & R. Patel (Eds.), Normal & Abnormal Vocal Folds Kinematics: HSDP, OCT & NBI®, Volume I: Technology. San Francisco: Pacific Voice & Speech Foundation, 105-114. pdf. The book is available in amazon here.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. E. Ibarra, G. A. Alzamendi, M. Zañartu, “Estimating the biomechanics of vocal function from glottal airflow measures using constrained extended Kalman filter and body cover model of the vocal folds”, Proceedings of the Annual Voice Foundation Symposium 2023; Philadelphia, PA.
  2. J. Martinez, M. Zañartu, “Comparative Analysis of Intrinsic Muscle Activation of the Larynx Using the EMG Decomposition Method in Different Phonatory Tasks. A Preliminary Study”, Proceedings of the Annual Voice Foundation Symposium 2023; Philadelphia, PA.
  3. J. Parra, BS, G. Alzamendi, M. Zañartu, “Nodule Approximation in a Triangular Shaped Vocal Fold Model“, Proceedings of the Annual Voice Foundation Symposium 2023; Philadelphia, PA.
  4. J. P. Cortés, C. Castro, P. Prado, L. Zepeda, V. Espinoza, and M. Zañartu, “Exploring the Lombard effect in participants with non-phonotraumatic vocal hyperfunction using a simplified version of the DIVA model”, 51st Anniversary Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, June 1 – 5, Philadelphia, PA, 2022.
  5. V. Espinoza, J. P. Cortés, M. Zañartu, G. Alzamendi, J. I. Yuz, D. D. Mehta,and R. E. Hillman “Modeling and Estimation of Neck-Surface Skin and Subglottal Systems with an ARMA-based model”, 51st Anniversary Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, June 1 – 5, Philadelphia, PA, 2022.
  6. H. R. Weerathunge, G. A. Alzamendi, G. J. Cler, F. H. Guenther, C. E. Stepp, M. Zañartu “LaDIVA: A neurocomputational model providing laryngeal motor control for speech acquisition and production” Madonna Motor Speech Conference, Feb 17-20, 2022, Charleston, South Carolina.
  7. M. Zañartu, “Acústica de la voz cantada y de instrumentos musicales”, 77° Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología 2021, 9-12 Noviembre 2021, online.
  8. Emiro J. Ibarra, Jesús A. Parra, Gabriel A. Alzamendi, Juan P. Cortés, Víctor M. Espinoza, Matías Zañartu, “Método para la estimación de la función vocal usando un sensor de aceleración”, 77° Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología 2021, 9-12 Noviembre 2021, online.
  9. J. Parra, M. Zañartu “Descubriendo parámetros físicos subyacentes a partir de las distribuciones ambulatorias diarias de un modelo matemático de voz”, 77° Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología 2021, 9-12 Noviembre 2021, online.
  10. Mohsen Motie-Shirazi, Matías Zañartu, Sean Peterson, Byron Erath, “Fluid-structure energy exchange during phonation: investigation of dissipated collision energy by direct measurement of internal tissue velocity”, 74th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, November 21–23, 2021, Phoenix, Arizona
  11. G. A. Alzamendi, S. D. Peterson, B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, “Investigating antagonistic muscle control in non-phonotraumatic vocal hyperfunction using a triangular body-cover model of the vocal folds”, 14th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, AQL 2021, June 7-10 2021, Online.
  12. R. Manríquez, V. M. Espinoza, C. Castro, J. P. Cortés, and M. Zañartu, Calibration Uncertainty of Impedance-based Inverse Filtering from Neck Surface Acceleration ”, 14th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, AQL 2021, June 7-10 2021, Online.
  13. E. J. Ibarra, J. A. Parra, G. A. Alzamendi, J. P. Cortés, V. M. Espinoza, M. Zañartu “A Machine Learning Framework for Estimating Subglottal Pressure during Running Speech from Glottal Airflow measures, 14th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, AQL 2021, June 7-10 2021, Online.
  14. M. Motie-Shirazi, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson, B. D. Erath, “Influence of a posterior glottal opening on dissipated collision power: synthetic self-oscillating vocal fold investigations”, 14th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, AQL 2021, June 7-10 2021, Online.
  15. J. A. Parra, E. Ibarra, G. A. Alzamendi, J. P. Cortés, M. Zañartu.”Discovering Underlying Physical Parameters From Daily Phonotrauma Index Distributions using Monte Carlo Simulations of a Low-Dimensional Voice Production Model”, 14th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, AQL 2021, June 7-10 2021, Online.
  16. C. Castro, V. Espinoza, J. Pablo Cortes, P. Prado, M. Zañartu, “Lombard effect retention after noise removal in patients with phonotraumatic and non-phonotraumatic vocal hyperfunction”, 14th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, AQL 2021, June 7-10 2021, Online.
  17. M. D. Groll, S. D. Peterson, M. Zañartu, J. M. Vojtech, C. E. Stepp “Evaluating the relationship between relative fundamental frequency and the end of vocal fold collision in voicing offset”,  14th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, AQL 2021, June 7-10 2021, Online.
  18. Javier G. Fontanet, Juan I. Yuz, Matías Zañartu, “Parametric Identi fication of a Linear Time Invariant Model for a Subglottal System, 19th IFAC Symposium on System Identification, (SYSID 2021), July 13-16 2021, Online.
  19. M.Zañartu, D.D. Mehta, and R. E. Hillman, “Why is the clinical assessment of vocal aerodynamics relevant?”, The 2021 American Society of Thermal and Fluids Engineers (ASTFE) Conference, May 26-28, 2021.
  20. Mohsen Motie-Shirazi, Matias Zañartu, Sean D. Peterson, Byron D. Erath, “Compensation for a Posterior Glottal Opening Leads To Vocal Fold Trauma: Measurements of Contact Force as a Function of Aerodynamic and Kinematic Measures”, SB3C2020, Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport Conference, June 17-20, 2020, Vail, CO, USA.
  21. J. A. Undurraga, J. Lienart, P. Prado, M. Zañartu, D. McAlpine, “On the relation between binaural temporal processing and speech understanding in noise” 43rd Mid-Winter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, San José, CA Jan 25-29, 2020.
  22. P. Prado-Gutierrez, M. Otero, E. Martinez-Montes, A. Weinstein, M. J. Escobar, W. El-Deredy, M. Zañartu. “Unexplored characteristic of the steady state responses: from adaptation to persistence”, Listen & Learn Workshop 2019, Hearing Hub Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, 18-19 November 2019.
  23. P. Prado-Gutierrez, M. Otero, E. Martinez-Montes, A. Weinstein, M. J. Escobar, W. El-Deredy, M. Zañartu. “Unexplored characteristic of the steady state responses: from adaptation to persistence”, 2019 Australasian Auditory Neuroscience Workshop, Adelaide, Australia, 30 November 2019.
  24. McKenna, V.S., Alvar, A.M., Zañartu, M., Malandraki, G.A., & Huber, J.E. “Neck-surface accelerometry in voice and swallowing research”. Mi-Bio Summit on Flexible and Stretchable Bioelectronics, West Lafayette, IN, USA, July 29-31. poster
  25. Gabriel A. Alzamendi, Christian Castro Toro, Sean D. Peterson, Byron D. Erath, Matías Zañartu, “Modeling Modal, Breathy, and Pressed Voice Qualities: The Role of Intrinsic Laryngeal Muscle Activation”, 48th Voice Foundation Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 29 – June 2, 2019.
  26. Juan Pablo Cortés, Víctor M. Espinoza, Christian Castro Toro, Rodrigo Manríquez Peralta, Alba Testart Tobar, Matías Zañartu, “Classification Performance of Paired Subjects with Vocal Hyperfunction in the Presence of Subglottal Inverse Filtering Uncertainties: Pilot Study under Laboratory Conditions”, 48th Voice Foundation Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 29 – June 2, 2019.
  27. Pavel Prado, Álvaro Cavieres, Lucia Zepeda, Alejandro Weinstein, Matías Zañartu, Sonja Kotz, Wael El-Deredy, “Understanding Cortical Activation Associated with Corollary Discharge during Speech Production: The Role of Active and Passive Listening”, 48th Voice Foundation Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 29 – June 2, 2019.
  28. Matías Zañartu, “Estimating Vocal Fold Contact Pressure In Vivo from Raw Laryngeal High-Speed Videoendoscopy using a Hertz Contact Model”, invited talk at the special session “Quantifying Vocal Fold Contact Pressure using Direct and Indirect Measurement Modalities”, 48th Voice Foundation Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 29 – June 2, 2019.
  29. Pavel Prado, Christian Castro, Alejandro Weinstein, Lucía Zepeda, Juan Mucarquer and Matías Zañartu,” Cortical Mechanisms Controlling the Speech Production During Lombard Effect: An EEG Study.”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  30. Jonathan Deng, Paul Hadwin, Mohsen Motie-Shirazi, Byron Erath, Matías Zañartu And Sean Peterson,” Extracting Reduced-Order Model Parameters from High-Speed Video Of Silicone Vocal Folds Using A Gradient-Based Approach”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  31. Paul Hadwin, Mohsen Motie-Shirazi, Byron Erath, Matías Zañartu And Sean Peterson,” Estimating Patient-Specific Contact Pressures Using A Finite Element Model”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  32. Mohsen Motieshirazi, Sean Peterson, Matias Zanartu, Daryush Mehta, James Kobler, Robert Hillman And Byron Erath, “Contact Pressure and Length as A Function of Posterior Glottal Area: Synthetic Vocal Fold Investigations”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  33. Jonathan Lin, Victor Espinoza, Matias Zanartu, Katherine Marks And Daryush Mehta, “Accelerometer-Based Prediction of Subglottal Pressure In Healthy Speakers Producing Non-Modal Phonation”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  34. Daryush Mehta, James Kobler, Matías Zañartu, Byron Erath, Mohsen Motie-Shirazi, Sean Peterson, Robert Petrillo And Robert Hillman, “Vocal Fold Collision Pressure Amplitude and Timing In An Excised Hemilarynx Setup With Dual High-Speed Videoendoscopy”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  35. Juan P. Cortés, Gabriel Alzamendi, Alejandro Weinstein, Juan Yuz, Víctor Espinoza, Daryush Mehta, Jarrad Van Stan, Robert Hillman And Matías Zañartu, “Uncertainty Of Ambulatory Airflow Estimates And Its Effect On The Classification Of Phonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  36. Gabriel A. Alzamendi, Sean D. Peterson, Byron Erath And Matías Zañartu, “Updated Rules for Constructing A Triangular Body-Cover Model Of The Vocal Folds From Intrinsic Laryngeal Muscle Activation”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  37. Gabriel Alzamendi, Sean Peterson, Byron ErathandMatías Zañartu, “On the Role Of Simultaneous Observations For A Bayesian Estimation Of Subglottal Pressure And Laryngeal Muscle Activation”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  38. Víctor Espinoza, Daryush Mehta, Jarrad Van Stan, Robert HillmanandMatias Zañartu, “Comparing Accelerometer and Oral Airflow Based Aerodynamic Measures In Patients With Vocal Hyperfunction” ,The13thInternationalConferenceonAdvancesin Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  39. Dimitar Deliyski, Hamzeh Ghasemzadeh, David Ford, Daryush Mehta, Milen Shishkov, Brett Bouma, James Kobler, Matías Zañartu, Alessandro De Alarcon and Robert Hillman, “Laser-Projection System and Method For 3D Calibrated Laryngeal Measurements Using Transnasal Flexible High-Speed Videoendoscopy”, The 13th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 2 – 4, 2019.
  40. M. Zañartu “Cortical Mechanisms Controlling Speech Production During Altered Auditory Feedback: An EEG Study of The Lombard Effect”, 2nd International Hearing Research Symposium IHeaR 2019: Closing the auditory efferent Loop, April 24 – 26, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  41. P. Prado, C. Christian, A. Weinstein, L. Zepeda, M. Zañartu, “Cortical activation of healthy volunteers and muscle tension dysphonia (MTD) patients during Lombard Effect: an EEG study”, Joint meeting of the Chilean Societies of Biology, Genetics, Evolution, and Neuroscience, November 20-22, Puerto Varas, Chile.
  42. M. Zañartu, ”Endoscopía laríngea de alta velocidad y monitoreo ambulatorio de la voz: Avances en el análisis objetivo de la función vocal”, LXXV Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología, 21-24 Noviembre, Santa Cruz, Chile.
  43. Manrıquez, R; Peterson, S.D; Prado, P; Orio, P; Zañartu, M. “Modelamiento de fluctuaciones aleatorias en la activación muscular laríngea para modelos matemáticos de las cuerdas vocales”, LXXV Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología, 21-24 Noviembre, Santa Cruz, Chile.
  44. C. Castro, P. Prado, D. Marfull, A. Testart, V. Espinoza, M. Zañartu, ”Efecto Lombard y disfonía musculo tensional: cambios acústicos, aerodinámicos y biomecánicos”, LXXV Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología, 21-24 Noviembre, Santa Cruz, Chile.
  45. A. Testart, C. Castro, G. Galindo, F. Pérez, M. Zañartu, “Nuevo método de análisis visual de videoendoscopía laríngea de alta velocidad para el estudio de asimetrías vibratorias en patologías vocales”, LXXV Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología, 21-24 Noviembre, Santa Cruz, Chile.
  46. V. Espinoza, J. Cortés, M. Zañartu, “Métodos de Evaluación Clínica de la Voz basados en medidas Aerodinámicas y Vibroacústicas”, LXXV Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología, 21-24 Noviembre, Santa Cruz, Chile.
  47. J.P. Cortes, V. M. Espinoza, D. Mehta, J. Van Stan, R. E. Hillman, M. Zañartu, “Estimación de medidas aerodinámicas ambulatorias con un filtro de Kalman para la evaluación de la hiperfunción vocal”, LXXV Congreso Chileno de Otorrinolaringología, 21-24 Noviembre, Santa Cruz, Chile.
  48. M. Diaz, M. Zañartu, C. Stepp, “How to construct your own high-speed flexible video endoscopy system for research and clinical applications”, The Fall Voice Conference 2018, October 25-27, Seattle, Washington, USA.
  49. V. Espinoza, D. Mehta, J.VanStan,R. E. Hillman, M. Zañartu, “Accelerometer-based aerodynamic measures for subjects with phonotraumatic hyperfunction: An in-laboratory study”, 11th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, August 1-3, 2018, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.
  50. C. Castro, P. Prado, D.Marfull, A. Testart, A. Weinstein, L. Zepeda, V. Espinoza, M. Zañartu, “Lombard effect and muscle tension dysphonia: acoustic, aerodynamic, biomechanical and cortical changes”, 11th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, August 1-3, 2018, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.
  51. J.P. Cortes, V. M. Espinoza, M. Ghassemi, D. Mehta, J. Van Stan, R. Hillman, J. Guttag, M. Zañartu, “Aerodynamic Ambulatory Assessment for Phonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction”, 11th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, August 1-3, 2018, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.
  52. J.P. Cortes, V. M. Espinoza, M. Ghassemi, D. Mehta, J. Van Stan, R. Hillman, J. Guttag, M. Zañartu, “Using Aerodynamic Features and Their Uncertainty for the Ambulatory Assessment of Phonotraumatic Vocal Hyperfunction” IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics, March 4-7, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV-USA.
  53. D.Deliyski, D. Mehta , M. Zañartu, M. Shishkov, B. Bouma, A. de Alarcon R. Hillman, “Laser-Calibrated System for Laryngeal Transnasal Flexible High-Speed Videoendoscopy”, The Voice Foundation’s 47th Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, May 30-June 3, 2018.
  54. A. Testart, G. Galindo, C. Castro, M. Zañartu. “A new visual probabilistic assessment of vocal fold vibration”, The 12th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Hong Kong, October 17-21, 2017.
  55. J. P. Cortés, M. Zañartu. “Ambulatory classification of patients with muscle tension dysphonia vs. control group”, The 12th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Hong Kong, October 17-21, 2017.
  56. R. Manrıquez, S. D Peterson, P. Prado, P. Orio, M. Zañartu, “Laryngeal muscle activation noise for physiologically-based models of phonation”, The 12th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Hong Kong, October 17-21, 2017.
  57. R. Manrıquez, S. D Peterson, P. Prado, P. Orio, M. Zañartu, “Modeling Laryngeal Muscle Activation Noise for Low-Order Physiological Based Speech Synthesis”, Proc. Interspeech 2017, pp 1378- 1382, Stockholm, Sweden, August 2017 linkpdf
  58. V. M. Espinoza, M. Zañartu, J. H. Van Stan, D. D. Mehta, and R. E. Hillman “Uncertainty of glottal airflow estimation during continuous speech using impedance-based inverse filtering of the neck-surface acceleration signal”, Fall 2017 meeting of the ASA, Boston, USA, June 25-29, 2017. pdf
  59. M.Borsky, M. Cocude, D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu, J. Gudnason, “Classification of voice modes using neck-surface accelerometer data”, IEEE ICASSP 2017, New Orleans, March 5-9 2017. link
  60. R. E. Hillman, D. Mehta, C. Stepp, M. Zanartu “Hyperfunctional Voice Disorders: Current Results, Clinical Implications, & Future Directions of a Multidisciplinary Research Program”, ASHA 2016, Philadelphia, PA, 17 -19 November 2016. link
  61. G. Galindo, S. D. Peterson, M. Zañartu, “A Bayesian virtual sensor with a subject-specific model of vocal folds”. IBERSENSOR2016, Viña del Mar, 26-28 Oct,2016. link
  62. C. Castro, P. Prado, M. Zañartu, “A comprehensive multi-sensing system to objectively assess the Lombard Effect”. IBERSENSOR2016, Viña del Mar, 26-28 Oct,2016. link
  63. R. E. Hillman, D. Mehta, C. Stepp, J. Van Stan, M. Zanartu “Objective assessment of vocal hyperfunction”, Spring 2016 Acoustical Society of America meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, 23 -27 May 2016. link
  64. M. Zañartu, G. Galindo, S. D. Peterson, B. E. Erath, R. E. Hillman ,”Modeling the pathophysiology of vocal hyperfunction” 10th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, ICVPB 2016, March 14-17, 2016, Viña del Mar, Chile. link
  65. V. Espinoza, M. Zañartu, D. Mehta, J. Van Stan, R. E. Hillman “Differentiating between females with vocal hyperfunction and matched-controls using inverse filtered aerodynamic measures”, 10th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, ICVPB 2016, March 14-17, 2016, Viña del Mar, Chile. link
  66. C. Castro, A. Testart, G. E. Galindo, M. Zañartu, “Effects of resonance tube phonation in water in the asymmetric oscillatory entrainment of unilateral vocal fold paralysis”, 10th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, ICVPB 2016, March 14-17, 2016, Viña del Mar, Chile. link
  67. M. Diaz, G. E. Galindo, V. Espinoza, M. Zañartu, “Vocal fold contact pressure estimation over laryngeal high speedvideoendoscopybasedonavocaledgetrackingmethod using Kalman Filter and Hertzian Impact model”, 10th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, ICVPB 2016, March 14-17, 2016, Viña del Mar, Chile. link
  68. B. Erath, S. Peterson, M. Zañartu, “Rethinking vocal fold contact: The role of viscous dissipation”, 10th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, ICVPB 2016, March 14-17, 2016, Viña del Mar, Chile. link
  69. J. P. Cortes, V. Espinoza, M. Zañartu, M. Ghassemi , J. V. Guttag, D. Mehta, J. Van Stan, R. E. Hillman, “Discriminating patients with vocal fold nodules from matched controls using acoustic and aerodynamic features from ambulatory voice monitoring data”, 10th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, ICVPB 2016, March 14-17, 2016, Viña del Mar, Chile. link
  70. G. Galindo, M. Zañartu, S. Peterson, B. Erath, “Constructing a subject-specific lumped-mass model from clinical data using Bayesian estimation”, 10th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, ICVPB 2016, March 14-17, 2016, Viña del Mar, Chile. link
  71. F. Acevedo, A. Gonzalez, M. Zañartu, “Vocal fold activity detection in a neck surface acceleration signal”, 10th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, ICVPB 2016, March 14-17, 2016, Viña del Mar, Chile. link
  72. M. Zañartu “Clinical Applications of Numerical Models of Voice Production”, Keynote presentation, 11th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research (AQL 2015), London, UK, 8-10 April 2015. link
  73. D. Cook, D. Robertson, and M. Zañartu “Population-Based Sensitivity Analysis of a Two-Mass Model of the Vocal Folds”, 11th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research (AQL 2015), London, UK, 8-10 April 2015. link
  74. M. Encina, J.I. Yuz, M Zañartu andG. A. Galindo. Vocal Fold Modeling through the port-Hamiltonian Systems Approach. In IEEE Multiconference on Systems and Control – MSC 2015, Sydney, Australia, 21-23 September 2015. link
  75. G. Galindo, M. Zañartu, J. Yuz, “A discrete-time model for the vocal folds”, IEEE EMBS International Student Conference, Concepción, Chile, November 2014. pdf
  76. V. Espinoza, M. Zañartu. “Estudio Dinámico de Parámetros de Filtrado Inverso para el Seguimiento Ambulatorio de la Función Vocal” IX Congreso Iberoamericano de Acústica, FIA2014, Valdivia, Chile, 1-2 December 2014. pdf
  77. R. E Hillman, D. D. Mehta, J. H. Van Stan, M. Zañartu, M. Ghassemi, J. Guttag. “Subglottal ambulatory monitoring of vocal function to improve voice disorder assessment” Fall 2014 Acoustical Society of America meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, 27–31 October 2014.
  78. M. Zañartu, G. Galindo, B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson, and R. E. Hillman, “Mimicking Vocal Hyperfunction using a Numerical Model of Speech Production with a Posterior Glottal Opening”, ICVPB 2014, Salt Lake City, USA, April 2014.
  79. M. Zañartu, V. Espinoza, D. D. Mehta, J. H. Van Stan, H. A. Cheyne, M. Ghassemi, J. V. Guttag, and R. E. Hillman, “Toward an objective aerodynamic assessment of vocal hyperfunction using a voice health monitor”, 8th International workshoponModelsand Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications, Firenze, Italy, 16-18 December, 2013. pdf
  80. A. F. Llico, M. Zañartu, D. D. Mehta, J.H. Van Stan, H. A. Cheyne II, A. J. González, M. Ghassemi, G.R. Wodicka, J. V. Guttag, and R. E. Hillman, “Incorporating real-time biofeedback capabilities into a voice health monitor”, 8th International workshoponModelsand Analysis ofVocalEmissionsfor Biomedical Applications, Firenze, Italy, 16-18 December,2013. pdf
  81. M. Zañartu, J. C. Ho, D. D. Mehta, R. E. Hillman, and G. R. Wodicka, “Acoustic coupling during incomplete glottal closure and its effect on the inverse filtering of oral airflow”, Invited talk, International Congress on Acoustics, Montreal, Canada, June 2013. POMA Volume 19, pp. 060241-7. linkpdf
  82. M. Zañartu, B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson, R. E. Hillman, and G. R. Wodicka, “Modeling incomplete glottal closure due to a posterior glottal opening and its effects on the dynamics of the vocal folds”, Invited talk, International Congress on Acoustics, Montreal, Canada, June 2013. POMA Volume 19, pp. 060239-6. linkpdf
  83. B. D. Erath, D. E. Sommer, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson, “Nonlinearities in block-type reduced-order vocal fold models with asymmetric tissue properties”, Invited talk, International Congress on Acoustics, Montreal, Canada, June 2013.POMA Volume 19, pp. 060243-5 link
  84. R. E. Hillman, J. Van Stan, D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu, M. Ghassemi, H. A. Cheyne, J. V. Guttag, “Future directions in the development of ambulatory monitoring for clinical voice assessment”, Invited talk, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, June 3-4, 2013. pdf
  85. D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu, J. Van Stan, S. W. Feng, H. A. Cheyne, and R. E. Hillman, “Smartphone-based detection of voice disorders by long-term monitoring of neck acceleration features”, IEEE 10th Annual Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks Conference, Cambridge, May 2013. linkpdf
  86. M. Zañartu “Filtro inversobasadoenla impedanciaysuaplicación en la producción de la voz”, Primer Congreso Iberoamericano de Voz Profesional y Clínica Vocal, Santiago, Octubre 2012.- pdf
  87. M. Diaz y M. Zañartu “Modelamiento numérico de las cuerdasvocalesbajovariacionestemporalesdeltractovocal”, Terceras Jornadas Chilenas de Ingeniería Biomédica JCIB 2012, Viña del Mar, Chile, Sept 2012. pdf
  88. A. Llico, M. Zañartu y A. González “Sistema de seguimiento para el monitoreo ambulatorio de la voz en pacientes con hiperfuncion vocal”, Terceras Jornadas Chilenas de Ingeniería Biomédica JCIB 2012, Viña del Mar, Chile, Sept 2012. pdf
  89. D. M. Mehta, R. Woodbury Listfield, H. A. Cheyne, J. T. Heaton, S.W. Feng, Matías Zañartu, R. E. Hillman, “Duration of ambulatory monitoring needed to accurately estimate voice use”, Interspeech 2012, Portland Oregon, August 2012. pdf
  90. M. Zañartu , D. D. Mehta, G. R. Wodicka, and R. E. Hillman, “Subglottal impedance-based inverse filtering for the ambulatory monitoring of vocal function: Initial results”, ICVPB 2012, Erlangen Germany, July 2012. pdf
  91. B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson,M. Zañartu, and M. W. Plesniak, “An Updated Wave Reflection Analog Acoustic Solver for Implementation into Reduced-Order Vocal Fold Models”, ICVPB 2012, Erlangen Germany, July 2012.
  92. B. D. Erath, S. D. Peterson,M. Zañartu, and M. W. Plesniak, “A Wave Reflection Analog Extension forReduced OrderVocal Fold Investigations with Asymmetric Intraglottal Flows”, ASME-BED 2012, Fajardo, Puerto Rico,June,2012.
  93. D. D. Mehta, D. D. Deliyski, S. M. Zeitels, M. Zañartu, and R. E. Hillman, “Integration of flexible fiberoptic high-speedvideoendoscopywithtime-synchronized measures of vocal function”, Annual Pacific Voice Conference: Optical Imaging, Therapeutics, and Advanced Technology in Head and Neck Surgery and Otolaryngology, San Francisco, January 21-23 2012. To appear in the Proceedings of SPIE Volume 8207C, pp.345.
  94. D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu, T. F. Quatieri, D. D. Deliyski, and R. E. Hillman, “Use of laryngeal high-speed videoendoscopysystemstostudyvoiceproductionmechanismsinhumansubjects”, invited paper at the special session The Voice Source: From Physiology to Acoustics, Fall 2011 Acoustical Society of America meeting, San Diego CA, Oct 31 – Nov 4, 2011. link
  95. B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson and M. W. Plesniak, “Fluid-acoustic interactions and their impact on pathological voiced speech”, DFD11 Meeting of The American Physical Society, November 20-22, 2011, Baltimore, MD, USA. link
  96. D. Sommer, B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson, “Irregular vocal fold dynamics incited by asymmetric fluid loading in a model of recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis”, DFD11 Meeting of The American Physical Society, November 20-22, 2011, Baltimore, MD, USA. link
  97. B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson and M. W. Plesniak, “Multi-physicsmodelingoftheimpactofasymmetricintraglottalflowsonnormalandpathologicalspeech”, The 11th National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM) Minneapolis, MN, USA,July,2011.
  98. B. D. Erath, M. Zañartu, S. D. Peterson and M. W. Plesniak, “Nonlinear Vocal Fold Dynamics in a Two-Mass Model of Speech Arising From Asymmetric Intraglottal Flow”, ASME 2011 Summer Bioengineering Conference, Farmington, PA, USA,June,2011.
  99. D. Cook and M. Zañartu, “Physical Relations Between Continuum and Lumped Mass Models of Vocal Fold Vibration”, The Voice Foundation’s 40th Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, PA,June,2011.
  100. D. D. Mehta, M. Zañartu, T. F.Quatieri, D. D. Deliyski, and R. E. Hillman, “Acoustic correlates of human vocal fold vibratory phase asymmetry through modeling and laryngeal high-speedvideoendoscopy”, 9th International Conference on Advances in Quantitative Laryngology, Voice and Speech Research, Erlangen, Germany, September 2010.
  101. M. Zañartu, B. D. Erath, D. D. Cook, G. R. Wodicka, and M. W. Plesniak, “Application of asymmetric flows, acoustic coupling, and enhanced parameter estimation to a two-mass model of the vocal folds”, International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics in Madison WI, July 2010.
  102. D. D. Cook and M. Zañartu, “Toward patient-specific vocal fold models: Objective determination of lumped vocal fold model parameters from continuum vocal fold models, International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, Madison WI, July 2010.
  103. J. C. Ho, M. Zañartu, and G. R. Wodicka, “An anatomically-based, time-domain acoustic model of the subglottal system for speech production “, 2009 BMES Annual Fall Meeting, October 2009.
  104. M. Zañartu, J. C. Ho, D. D. Mehta, R. E. Hillman, and G. R. Wodicka, “An impedance-based inverse filtering scheme with glottal coupling”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. Vol 125(4), page 2638, April 2009.
  105. S. M. Lulich, M. Zañartu, D. D. Mehta, and R. E. Hillman (2009), “Source-filter interaction in the opposite direction: Subglottal coupling and the influence of vocal fold mechanics on vowel spectra during the closed phase “. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (ASA-POMA), Vol.6, pp. 1-14. DOI: 10.1121/1.3269926. pdf
  106. D. D. Mehta, D. D. Deliyski, S. M. Zeitels, M. Zañartu, and R. E. Hillman, “Integration of ultra high-speedcolor videoendoscopywithtime-synchronized measures of vocal function”, Eastern Section Meeting of the Triological Society, January 2009. pdf
  107. D. D. Cook, M. Zañartu ,E. Nauman, L. Mongeau, “Deriving Optimal Low-Order Vocal Fold Models from High-Order Finite Element Models”, 2008 BMES Annual Fall Meeting, October 2008. pdf
  108. M. Zañartu, R. E. Hillman, and G. R. Wodicka, “Using skin acceleration overlying the suprasternal notch to monitor phonation”, First International Symposium on Audible Acoustics in Medicine and Physiology, September 2008.
  109. M. Zañartu, J. C. Ho, S. Kraman, H. Pasterkamp, J. E. Huber and G. R. Wodicka, “Air-borne and tissue-borne sensitivity of skin radiation acoustic sensors”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Acoustics’08 Paris, 2008. pdf
  110. L.J. Chen, M. Zañartu, D.C. Cook, and L. Mongeau “Effects of acoustic loading on the self-oscillationsofasyntheticmodelofthevocalfolds”9th International Conference on Flow-Induced Vibrations, FIV2008, June 2008, Prague, Czech Republic. pdf
  111. M. Zañartu, L. Mongeau and G. R. Wodicka, “Exploring the Role of Fluid-Sound Interactions During Phonation Using an Effective Single Mass Model of the Vocal Folds”, The Voice Foundation’s 36th Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, PA, June 2007.
  112. M. Zañartu, L. Mongeau and G. R. Wodicka, “Modeling the influence of acoustic loading on laryngeal self-sustained oscillations”, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 119 (5), p. 3300, May 2006. pdfposter
  113. M. Zañartu “Acoustic analyses for voice studies”, International Meeting on Acoustics, Santiago, October 2003. pdf
  114. G. Grez and M. Zanartu, “Phonetic database of 300 Chilean voices” International Meeting on Acoustics, Santiago, October 2003. (Download original Thesis in pdf)
  115. M, Zañartu, D.M. Fox and E.A. Fuentes, “Noise control system for a specific urban transport bus model” Proceedings for INTERNOISE2002, International Conference and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, Dearborn, MI, USA. August,2002. pdf
  116. J.L De Guevara and M. Zañartu, “Economic and Social Impact of the Noise Emission Norm for Public Transportation Buses.” VI Seminar Workshopof CONAMA: Environmental Acoustics and Urban Noise Control: Public Transport”, Santiago, September 2001. pdf
  117. M. Zañartu and M.J. Glisser, “Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Variables: Guidelines for an Environmental Impact Study in Highway Environments“ Proceedings for INGEACUS 1999, Chilean Conference on Acoustics, Valdivia, November 1999. pdfppt
  118. E. Collados, D. Pacini, C. Urrea and M. Zañartu “Comparative Analysis of Several Tests to Evaluate Noise Emission from Urban Buses”, Proceedings for INGEACUS 1999, Chilean Conference on Acoustics, Valdivia, November 1999. pdf
  119. M.J. Glisser and M. Zañartu, “Proposed Methodology for Assessment on Environmental Acoustics in Highways in Chile”, Proceedings for V Mexican Conference on Acoustics, Queretaro, 1998. pdf
  120. M. Zañartu and M.J. Glisser, “Methodology for an Assessment on Environmental Acoustics in Highways: Guideline Stage”, Proceedings for I Chilean Conference on Acoustics, Santiago, November 1998. pdf

THESIS, REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. M. Zañartu, “Acoustic coupling in phonation and its effect on inverse filtering of oral airflow and neck surface acceleration,” Ph.D. Thesis, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, August 2010. Linkpdf
  2. M. Zañartu, “Influence of Acoustic Loading on the Flow-Induced Oscillations of Single Mass Models of the Human Larynx,” M.S. Thesis, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, May 2006. pdf
  3. M. Zañartu, “Audio Compression using wavelet techniques ”, ECE 648: Wavelet, Time-Frequency, and Multirate Signal Processing, Finalresearchreportin pdf.
  4. M. Zañartu, D.M. Fox and E.A. Fuentes “Noise control system for a specific urban transport bus model: M. Benz OH1420”, UTVPRJournal of Sound and Acoustics, ISSN 0717-1226, Vol.1, 2- Nº 3, May 2002. pdf
  5. M. Zañartu, “Evaluation of the acoustic quality variation in Santiago and its social effect resulting from the application of the noise emission norm for Public Transportation Buses” UTVPR Journal of Sound and Acoustics, ISSN 0717-1226, Vol.1, 2- Nº 3, April 2002. pdf
  6. M. Zañartu and M.J. Glisser “Methodology for an Assessment on Environmental Acoustics in Highways” UTVPR Journal of Sound and Acoustics, ISSN 0717-1226, Vol.1, 2- Nº 3, July 1998. pdf
  7. M. Zañartu and M.J. Glisser, ”Methodology for Assessment on Environmental Acoustics in Highways”, Engineering Thesis. Vicente Perez Rosales University, Santiago, 1998. pdf

KEYNOTE TALKS AND SEMINARS

  1. PAVA 2020, “Estimating Vocal Fold Contact Pressure In Vivo”, PAVA symposium, July, 2020.
  2. 48th Voice Foundation Annual Symposium, “Estimating Vocal Fold Contact Pressure In Vivo from Raw Laryngeal High-Speed Videoendoscopy using a Hertz Contact Model”,special session “Quantifying Vocal Fold Contact Pressure using Direct and Indirect Measurement Modalities”, June, 2019.
  3. AQL 2015, London, “Clinical Applications of Numerical Models of Voice Production”, Host: Dr. Ruth Epstein, April 2015, London, UK.
  4. MIT Lincon Labs, “Overview of research projects in voice production at USM”, Hosts: Dr. Tom Quatieri, December 2014, Lexington, MA.
  5. MGH Voice Center Seminar: ” Understanding our models more thoroughly: Sensitivity analysis applied to a two-mass model of the vocal folds “, Host: Prof. Robert Hillman, April 2014, Boston MA.
  6. XV Coloquios de Ingeniería Biomédica en Valparaíso (XV CIBV), Universidad de Valparaiso, “Ingeniería, medicina y voz humana”, Valparaiso, Mayo 2014.
  7. International Congress on Acoustics 2013 “Modeling incomplete glottal closure due to a posterior glottal opening and its effects on the dynamics of the vocal folds”, Montreal, Canada, June 2013.
  8. AQL 2013, “Future directions in the development of ambulatory monitoring for clinical voice assessment”, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, June 3-4, 2013.
  9. UTFSM, 5th Annual Winter School of Robotics, Nanotechnology, and Neuroscience, “Human Voice, Engineering, and Medicine”, Host: Center of Robotics UTFSM, July 2011, Valparaíso, Chile.
  10. UTFSM, Department of Electronic Engineering, “Overview of noise suppression algorithms:Multichannelcase”, Host: Prof. Milan Derpich, July 2011, Valparaíso, Chile.
  11. UTFSM, Department of Electronic Engineering, “Overview of noise suppression algorithms: Single channel case”, Host: Prof. Milan Derpich, June 2011, Valparaíso, Chile.
  12. UTFSM, Department of Electronic Engineering, “Physiological modeling of speech and hearing and its applications in electronic engineering”, Host: Prof. Mario Salgado, March 2011, Valparaíso, Chile.
  13. Universidad de Chile, Department of Electrical Engineering, “Nonlinear speech production: Models and applications”, Host: Prof. Nicolás Beltrán, December 2009, Santiago, Chile.
  14. Universidad de Valparaíso, Department of Biomedical Engineering, “Nonlinear speech production”, Host: Prof. Rodrigo Salas, January 2010, Viña del Mar, Chile.
  15. MGH Voice Center Research Forum: “Toward a better understanding of the skin acceleration overlying the suprasternal notch during phonation”, Host: Prof. Robert Hillman, August 2008, Boston MA.
  16. MGH Voice Center Research Forum: “Exploration of the sound field in the subglottal and supraglottal tracts during phonation”, Host: Prof. Robert Hillman, May 2008, Boston MA.
  17. MIT Speech group, Voice Quality Study Group: “Nonlinear effects of acoustic loading on phonation and voice quality: Numerical simulations”, Hosts: Dr. Tom Quatieri and Dr. Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, May 2008, Boston MA.
  18. UIUC Beckman Institute, “Using single mass models to describe vocal folds and vocal tract interaction”, Host: Prof.JontAllen, July 2006, Urbana IL.

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