• Zeng, B. (Organiser)
  • Xiaoyu Zhou (Speaker)
  • Tom Powell (Speaker)
  • Tim Bashford (Speaker)
  • Mark Huntly (Speaker)
  • Nathan Morgan (Speaker)
  • Robert Salter (Speaker)

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This half-day tutorial is part of InterSpeech 2024 and will focus on “speech breathing” as a lung function and mental health biomarker. Speech breathing refers to how expired air and respiratory mechanics are utilised to produce the airflow necessary for phonation. Seven psychology, respiratory, or AI researchers will deliver the tutorial.

The tutorial offers a comprehensive training program for two speech and voice research tools. ARIA-TRE is an open-access voice data collection tool. Researchers can tailor their design and purpose to generate speech and voice collection programs. VoxLab is an AI-based automatic acoustic and phonetic analysis platform.
· Leaning outcome 1: Using ARIA-TRE to design speech and voice studies.
· Leaning outcome 2: Running VoxLab for acoustic and phonetic analysis.
· Leaning outcome 3: Applying two tools in lung function and other healthcare.

The tutorial also includes other activities and issues, e.g. open science in voice data, speech-breathing in healthcare, AI algorithms in diagnosis, and speech-breathing technology in the future.
Period1 Sept 2024
Event typeConference
LocationGreeceShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • speech breathing
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  • respiratory