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VoiceID Conference 2022




DAY 1 (Monday, 4th July 2022)

9.00-9.20 AM

9.20-9.30 AM

Registration + Coffee

Opening of conference

9.30-11.10 AM

Session 1


Stefan Schweinberger

New tools for assessing individual differences in voice perception (PDF, 68 KB)


Sarah Stevenage

Voice identity processing under challenging conditions: responding to singers and impersonators (PDF, 11 KB).


Katarzyna Pisanski

Individual differences in human voice pitch are highly stable (PDF, 59 KB)

11.15-12.15 PM

Poster session 1*

12.15-1.15 PM


1.15-2.55 PM

Session 2


Taylor J. Abel

Neural responses in human superior temporal cortex support coding of voice representations (PDF, 146 KB)


Sascha Frühholz

“May I activate your amygdala please” – Realtime modulation of the limbic brain system by live affective speech (PDF, 88 KB)


Mohamed Elminshawi

Decoding attended talker solely from listening-state EEG signals (PDF, 128 KB)

2.55-3.30 PM

Coffee Break

3.30-4.30 PM

Session 3


Judith Burkart

VoiceID in Marmoset Monkeys: Flexibility & trade-offs in vocal accommodation (PDF, 57 KB)


Marta Manser

Selection levels on vocal individuality: strategic use or byproduct (PDF, 58 KB)

4.40-5.15 PM

Voice Quiz

from 6.00 PM

Standing Dinner

 * Poster Session 1



DAY 2 (Tuesday, 5th July 2022)

8.45-9.00 AM


9.00-10.30 AM

Session 4


Junichi Yamagashi

Differences between human- and machine-based audio deepfake detection – analysis on the ASVspoof 2019 database (PDF, 43 KB)


Claudia Roswandowitz

Do humans distinguish deepfake from real vocal identity? Insights from the perceptual and neurocognitive system (PDF, 107 KB)


Mateusz Dubiel

Persuasive synthetic speech:voice perception and user behaviour (PDF, 127 KB)

10.30-11.00 AM

Coffee Break

11.00-12.30 PM

Session 5


Carolyn McGettigan

Perceiving familiar voice identities (PDF, 103 KB)


Pavo Orepic

Behavioral and neural patterns underlying self-other voice discrimination (PDF, 262 KB)


Paula Rinke

Rapid pre-attentive voice recognition of a famous speaker: neural correlates of voice familiarity (PDF, 126 KB)

12.30-1.30 PM


1.30-2.30 PM

Poster session 2 **

2.30-3.00 PM

Coffee Break

3.00-4.30 PM

Session 6


Tyler Perracchione

The source and the signal: An integrated framework for talker identification and speech processing (PDF, 56 KB)


Nadine Lavan

The time course of person perception from voices (PDF, 9 KB)


Pascal Belin

How do you say “Hello”? Acoustic-based modulation of voice personality impressions (PDF, 94 KB)

4.30-5.15 PM

Q&A for early career researchers

5.30-6.00 PM

Session 7


Tom Parkinson

Song structure, voice identity and digital audio (PDF, 241 KB)

 from 6.00 PM

Social event with

short concert by Andreas Stahel

followed by Apero with snacks and drinks (provided)

  ** Poster Session 2



DAY 3 (Wednesday, 6th July 2022)

9.00-10.30 AM

Session 8


Volker Dellwo


Vocal identity dynamics: Can speakers control their vocal recognizability? (PDF, 12 KB)


Elisa Pellegrino

Individualization versus cooperation: The effect of group size on voice individuality (PDF, 129 KB)


Homa Asadi

Acoustic variation within and between bilingual speakers (PDF, 117 KB)

10.30-11.00 AM

Coffee Break

11.00-12.00 AM

Session 9


Peter French

Voicetype, Phenotype and Genotype


Vincent Hughes

Forensic voice comparison at the intersection of linguistics and automatic speaker recognition (PDF, 69 KB)

12.00-13.00 PM

Final group discussion


Internet access

There are two options for internet access on site at UZH (the following text is copied from

  • eduroam WLAN

Most universities and research institutions use eduroam. Members of such institutions have Internet access in the public areas of UZH via the eduroam WLAN network. We recommend testing eduroam access at your home university in advance to ensure that the configuration is correct.

  • Internet Access for Guests via UZH WLAN

As a guest at UZH, you can access the Internet everywhere where there is WLAN access: Simply select the uzh-guest WLAN network. After doing so, accept the Terms of Service and fill in the registration form with your mobile phone number. You will subsequently receive an access code by text message, which allows you to unlock Internet access. This option is available for all cell phone carriers that allow the receiving of SMS in Switzerland.