Frank Müller (born 1971, Engineer of Electrotechnics) is working in the Department of Voice, Speech and Hearing Disorders at the University Medical Center of Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany. Since 2014 he also works in the DEUTSCHE STIMMKLINIK in Hamburg. He has expertise in acoustics, biomedical signal processing and biomaterial testing.
In his position at the clinical department he is engaged in assisting doctoral students with measurement setups, and giving lectures in the field of computer-aided voice diagnostic, psychoacoustics, hearing aid devices. His research projects in collaboration with several research teams worldwide deal with biomaterial testing on vocal folds, collision pressure measurements of vocal folds and quality-of-life related questions of voice disabled persons.
In the DEUTSCHE STIMMKLINIK he is responsible for the setup and maintenance of a state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment (endoscopy, computer-aided voice analysis, medical databases).