1. OperaVOX Presentation at the 11th International Congress of the European Society of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology (ESPO2012). May 2012
2. Mobile Analysis to Facilitate Research and Empower Professional Voice Users to Monitor Changes in the Quality of their Voice. OperaVOX Presentation at the 3rd Occupational Voice Symposium, 23rd April 2013, University College London, UK, April 2013.
4. The Quantified Self: Mobile Voice Analysis to Facilitate Research and Empower Patients with Voice Problems. Presentation at the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, September 2013.
5. Developing OperaVOX – the On Person Rapid Voice Examiner App. Publication in ENT NEWS, November 2013.
6. OperaVOX: The On Person Rapid Voice Examiner. Presentation to the British Voice Association Voice Clinics Forum, Birmingham, November 2013.
7. The ‘On Person Rapid Voice Examiner’ (OPERAVOX) for the mobile analysis of voice quality. Presented at the University College London Voice Measurement & Applications Workshop, London, UK, May 2014.
8. OperaVOX Seminar Introduction. Presented at the OperaVOX Seminar: Measuring Voice Quality with Emerging Voice Technology. London, UK, December 2014.
9. Fundamentals of Sound, Audio and Voice Analsys. Presented at the OperaVOX Seminar: Measuring Voice Quality with Emerging Voice Technology. London, UK, December 2014.
10. Presented at the OperaVOX Seminar: Measuring Voice Quality with Emerging Voice Technology. London, UK, December 2014.
Relevant Publications and Presentations Published by Others
1. Presentation by Dr Emily Lin and Jeremy Hornibrook from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand on the suitability of the iPhone microphones for performing acoustic analyses.
2. Presentation by Dr Marina Mat-Baki et al from University college London and the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital, London at Cutting Edge Laryngology 2013; “Reliability of OperaVOX as acoustic analysis software: preliminary results”
3. Marina Mat Baki et al. Comparison between OperaVOX™ and MDVP: Preliminary ResultsOtolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery September 2013 149: P203-P204,doi:10.1177/0194599813496044a185
4. Marina Mat Baki et al. Reliability of OperaVOX against Multidimensional Voice Program (MDVP). Accepted for publication in Clinical Otolaryngology. doi: 10.1111/coa.12313