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Thom Oostendorp
Thom Oostendorp
Associate Professor of Medical Physics, Radboud University Medical Center
Verified email at radboudumc.nl
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The conductivity of the human skull: results of in vivo and in vitro measurements
TF Oostendorp, J Delbeke, DF Stegeman
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 47 (11), 1487-1492, 2000
5802000
Validating the boundary element method for forward and inverse EEG computations in the presence of a hole in the skull
R Oostenveld, TF Oostendorp
Human brain mapping 17 (3), 179-192, 2002
3852002
Source parameter estimation in inhomogeneous volume conductors of arbitrary shape
TF Oostendorp, A Van Oosterom
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 36 (3), 382-391, 1989
2861989
ECGSIM: an interactive tool for studying the genesis of QRST waveforms
A Van Oosterom, TF Oostendorp
Heart 90 (2), 165-168, 2004
2202004
Simulating transcranial direct current stimulation with a detailed anisotropic human head model
SM Rampersad, AM Janssen, F Lucka, Ü Aydin, B Lanfer, S Lew, ...
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 22 (3 …, 2014
2042014
Non-invasive imaging of cardiac activation and recovery
PM Van Dam, TF Oostendorp, AC Linnenbank, A Van Oosterom
Annals of biomedical engineering 37, 1739-1756, 2009
1992009
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 (1), 016002, 2013
1912013
Interpolation on a triangulated 3D surface
TF Oostendorp, A van Oosterom, G Huiskamp
Journal of Computational Physics 80 (2), 331-343, 1989
1711989
The coil orientation dependency of the electric field induced by TMS for M1 and other brain areas
AM Janssen, TF Oostendorp, DF Stegeman
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12, 1-13, 2015
1422015
The surface Laplacian of the potential: theory and application
TF Oostendorp, A van Oosterom
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 43 (4), 394-405, 1996
1221996
Connecting mean field models of neural activity to EEG and fMRI data
I Bojak, TF Oostendorp, AT Reid, R Kötter
Brain topography 23, 139-149, 2010
1122010
The effect of changes in the conductive medium on the fetal ECG throughout gestation
TF Oostendorp, A Van Oosterom, HW Jongsma
Clinical Physics and Physiological Measurement 10 (4B), 11, 1989
831989
Electrical properties of tissues involved in the conduction of foetal ECG
TF Oostendorp, A Van Oosterom, HW Jongsma
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 27, 322-324, 1989
681989
Application of the fastest route algorithm in the interactive simulation of the effect of local ischemia on the ECG
PM van Dam, TF Oostendorp, A van Oosterom
Medical & biological engineering & computing 47, 11-20, 2009
632009
The potential distribution generated by surface electrodes in inhomogeneous volume conductors of arbitrary shape
T Oostendorp, A Van Oosterom
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 38 (5), 409-417, 1991
631991
Towards a model-based integration of co-registered electroencephalography/functional magnetic resonance imaging data with realistic neural population meshes
I Bojak, TF Oostendorp, AT Reid, R Kötter
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2011
552011
The magnetocardiogram as derived from electrocardiographic data.
A Van Oosterom, TF Oostendorp, GJ Huiskamp, HJ Ter Brake
Circulation research 67 (6), 1503-1509, 1990
531990
The effect of local anatomy on the electric field induced by TMS: evaluation at 14 different target sites
AM Janssen, TF Oostendorp, DF Stegeman
Medical & biological engineering & computing 52, 873-883, 2014
492014
The fetal ECG throughout the second half of gestation
TF Oostendorp, A Van Oosterom, HW Jongsma
Clinical physics and physiological measurement 10 (2), 147, 1989
481989
Cochlear implant generated surface potentials: current spread and side effects
LHM Mens, T Oostendorp, P van den Broek
Ear and hearing 15 (4), 339-345, 1994
461994
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