© 2019 Daniel Friedrichs

Peer-reviewed papers, books, and book chapters

Friedrichs, D. (forthcoming). Reorganization of the auditory perceptual space across fundamental frequencies, TBA.

 

Friedrichs, D., Maurer, D., Rosen, S., and Dellwo, V. (2017). Vowel recognition at fundamental frequencies up to 1 kHz reveals point vowels as acoustic landmarks, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142(2), 1025–1033.

 

Friedrichs, D. (2017). Beyond formants – vowel perception at high fundamental frequencies. Ph.D. thesis (University of Zurich).

 

Friedrichs, D., Maurer, D., Suter, H., Dellwo, V. (2016). Methodological issues in the acoustic analysis of steady state vowels, in: Leemann, A., Kolly, M.-J., Schmid, S. and Dellwo, V. (Ed.) Trends in Phonetics and Phonology. Studies from German speaking Europe, 33–41.

 

Maurer, D., Suter, H., Friedrichs, D., and Dellwo, V. (2016). Acoustic characteristics of voice in music and straight theatre: topics, conceptions, questions, in: Leemann, A., Kolly, M.-J., Schmid, S. and Dellwo, V. (Ed.) Trends in Phonetics and Phonology. Studies from German-speaking Europe, 256–265.

 

Friedrichs, D., Maurer, D., Dellwo, V. (2015). The phonological function of vowels is maintained at fundamental frequencies up to 880 Hz, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138(1), EL36–EL42.

 

Friedrichs, D., Dellwo, V. (2013). Rhythmische Variabilität bei synchronem Sprechen und ihre Bedeutung für die forensische Sprecheridentifizierung, Travaux neuchatelois de linguistique (TRANEL) 59, 149–166.

 

 

Peer-reviewed conference proceedings

Maurer, D., d'Heureuse, C., Suter, H., Dellwo, V., Friedrichs, D., Kathiresan, T. (2018). The Zurich Corpus of Vowel and Voice Quality, Version 1.0, in: Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2018), 14171421.

 

Friedrichs, D., Rosen, S., Iverson, P., Maurer, D., Dellwo, V. (2016). Mapping vowel categories at high fundamental frequencies using multidimensional scaling of cochlea-scaled spectra, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140(4), 3219.

 

Friedrichs, D., Maurer, D., Dellwo, V. (2015). Vowel identification at high fundamental frequencies in minimal pairs, in: The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK. ISBN 978–0– 85261–941–4. Paper number 0434, 1–5.

 

Maurer, D., Suter, Heidy, Friedrichs, D., Dellwo, V. (2015). Gender and age differences in vowel-related formant patterns: What happens if men, women, and children produce vowels on different and on similar F0?, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137(4), 2416.

 

Friedrichs, D., Maurer, D., Dellwo, V. (2014). Vowel discrimination at high fundamental frequencies in real speech, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135(4), 2422.

 

Maurer, D., Mok, P., Friedrichs, D., Dellwo, V. (2014). Intelligibility of high-pitched vowel sounds in the singing and speaking of a female Cantonese opera singer, in: Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2014), 2132–2133.

 

Dellwo, V., Friedrichs, D. (2012). Variability of speech rhythm in synchronous speech, in: Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2012, Volume 2, 539–542.

 

 

Communications

05/2019

Experimental P&P Seminar

University of Cambridge, UK

Title TBA

Invited Talk

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09/2018

Interspeech 2018

Hyderabad, India

The Zurich Corpus of Voice and Vowel Quality, Version 1.0

Talk

 

Term 3 / 2018

Speech Science Forum (SSF)

University College London, UK

Studying the neural processing of speech perception using functional near-infrared spectroscopy

Invited Talk

 

09/2017

13th Phonetik und Phonologie

Berlin, Germany

Reorganisation of the auditory perceptual space across fundamental frequencies

Talk

 

11/2016

5th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan

Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Mapping vowel categories at high fundamental frequencies using multidimensional scaling of cochlea-scaled spectra

Poster

 

04/2016

Idiap Research Institute

Martigny, Switzerland

Who says we need formants for vowel recognition?

Invited Talk

 

11/2015

Speech Science Forum (SSF)

University College London, UK

Beyond formants: how vowel identity is maintained at fundamental frequencies above 500 Hz

Invited Talk

 

11/2015

Michaelmas Term 2015 P&P Research Seminar

University of Cambridge, UK

Why high-pitched voices may lead to a better understanding of vowel perception

Invited Talk

 

8/2015

18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences [ICPhS 2015]

Glasgow, Scotland

Vowel identification at high fundamental frequencies in word context

Poster

 

5/2015

Spring 2015 Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

What happens if men, women, and children produce vowels on different and on similar F0?

Poster

 

10/2014

10th Phonetik und Phonologie

Konstanz, Germany

How stress-deaf are French compared to German listeners really?

Talk

 

10/2014

10th Phonetik und Phonologie

Konstanz, Germany

Vowel identification at high fundamental frequencies in the context of minimal pairs

Poster

 

9/2014

15th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association [Interspeech 2014]

Singapore

Intelligibility of high-pitched vowel sounds in the singing and speaking of a female Cantonese Opera singer

Show and Tell

 

5/2014

Spring 2014 Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America

Providence, RI, USA

Vowel discrimination at high fundamental frequencies in real speech

Poster

 

2/2014

Linguistischer Nachmittag of the Zurich Center for Linguistics [ZüKL]

Zurich, Switzerland

Acoustic analysis of vowel sounds: a new methodological approach

Poster

 

10/2013

9th Phonetik und Phonologie

Zurich, Switzerland

Acoustic analysis of vowel sounds including extensive variation of fundamental frequency

Talk

 

10/2013

9th Phonetik und Phonologie

Zurich, Switzerland

Acoustic characteristics of voice in music and straight theatre: conceptions and questions

Poster

 

7/2013

19th International Congress of Linguists

Geneva, Switzerland

Perception of French accentuation by Swiss German and Standard German speakers

Talk

 

5/2012

Speech Prosody 2012, 6th International Conference

Shanghai, China

Variability of speech rhythm in synchronous speech

Poster

 

4/2012

Workshop 'Research on Prosody in Switzerland' [SWIP 2012]

Zurich, Switzerland

The role of changing speech rhythm in forensic speaker identification

Poster