Carsten H. Wolters
Carsten H. Wolters
Professor of Neurosciences and Biomedical Engineering; University of Münster, Germany
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Influence of tissue conductivity anisotropy on EEG/MEG field and return current computation in a realistic head model: a simulation and visualization study using high …
CH Wolters, A Anwander, X Tricoche, D Weinstein, MA Koch, RS Macleod
NeuroImage 30 (3), 813-826, 2006
A guideline for head volume conductor modeling in EEG and MEG
J Vorwerk, JH Cho, S Rampp, H Hamer, TR Knösche, CH Wolters
NeuroImage 100, 590-607, 2014
Good vibrations: oscillatory phase shapes perception
T Neuling, S Rach, S Wagner, CH Wolters, CS Herrmann
NeuroImage 63 (2), 771-778, 2012
Modeling of the human skull in EEG source analysis
M Dannhauer, B Lanfer, CH Wolters, TR Knösche
Human brain mapping 32 (9), 1383-1399, 2011
Finite-element model predicts current density distribution for clinical applications of tDCS and tACS
T Neuling, S Wagner, CH Wolters, T Zaehle, CS Herrmann
Frontiers in psychiatry 3 (83), 1-10, 2012
Simulating transcranial direct current stimulation with a detailed anisotropic human head model
SM Rampersad, AM Janssen, F Lucka, U Aydin, B Lanfer, S Lew, ...
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 22 (3 …, 2014
Handbook of Neural Activity Measurement
R Brette, A Destexhe
Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-51622-8, 2012
Efficient computation of lead field bases and influence matrix for the FEM-based EEG and MEG inverse problem
CH Wolters, L Grasedyck, W Hackbusch
Inverse problems 20 (4), 1099, 2004
Investigation of tDCS volume conduction effects in a highly realistic head model
S Wagner, SM Rampersad, Ü Aydin, J Vorwerk, TF Oostendorp, T Neuling, ...
Journal of neural engineering 11, 016002 (14pp), 2014
EEG source analysis of epileptiform activity using a 1 mm anisotropic hexahedra finite element head model
M Rullmann, A Anwander, M Dannhauer, SK Warfield, FH Duffy, ...
NeuroImage 44 (2), 399-410, 2009
Motion correction in dual gated cardiac PET using mass-preserving image registration
F Gigengack, L Ruthotto, M Burger, CH Wolters, X Jiang, KP Schafers
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 31 (3), 698-712, 2012
Numerical mathematics of the subtraction method for the modeling of a current dipole in EEG source reconstruction using finite element head models
CH Wolters, H Köstler, C Möller, J Härdtlein, L Grasedyck, W Hackbusch
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 30 (1), 24-45, 2008
Influence of tissue conductivity inhomogeneity and anisotropy on EEG/MEG based source localization in the human brain
CH Wolters
Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience Leipzig, 2003
Diffeomorphic susceptibility artifact correction of diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance images
L Ruthotto, H Kugel, J Olesch, B Fischer, J Modersitzki, M Burger, ...
Physics in Medicine and Biology 57 (18), 5715, 2012
The FieldTrip-SimBio Pipeline for EEG Forward Solutions
J Vorwerk, R Oostenveld, MC Piastra, L Magyari, CH Wolters
BioMedical Engineering OnLine 17 (37), 1-17, 2018
Magnetoencephalography for epileptic focus localization: A series of 1000 cases
S Rampp, H Stefan, X Wu, M Kaltenhäuser, B Maess, F Schmitt, ...
Brain 142 (10), 3059-3071, 2019
Geometry-adapted hexahedral meshes improve accuracy of finite-element-method-based EEG source analysis
CH Wolters, A Anwander, G Berti, U Hartmann
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 54 (8), 1446-1453, 2007
A parallel algebraic multigrid solver for finite element method based source localization in the human brain
CH Wolters, M Kuhn, A Anwander, S Reitzinger
Computing and visualization in science 5, 165-177, 2002
Influences of skull segmentation inaccuracies on EEG source analysis
B Lanfer, M Scherg, M Dannhauer, TR Knösche, M Burger, CH Wolters
NeuroImage 62 (1), 418-431, 2012
Attention improves population-level frequency tuning in human auditory cortex
H Okamoto, H Stracke, CH Wolters, F Schmael, C Pantev
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (39), 10383-10390, 2007
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