Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)

C. Pichler, S. Ranftl, A. Heller, E. Arrigoni, and W. von der Linden [pdf]
Bayesian source separation of electrical bioimpedance signals.
Biomed Signal Process, accepted, 2021.

R. Schussnig, D.R.Q. Pacheco and T.-P. Fries
Robust stabilised finite element solvers for generalised Newtonian fluid flows.
Journal of Computational Physics, in press.

C. Gsaxner, A. Pepe, J. Li, J. Wallner, D. Schmalstieg, and J. Egger
Augmented reality forhead and neck carcinoma imaging: description and feasibility of an instant calibration, markerless approach.
Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, in press.

M. Jadidi, S. Sherifova, G. Sommer, A. Kamenskiy and G.A. Holzapfel [pdf]
Constitutive modeling using structural information on collagen fiber direction and dispersion in human superficial femoral artery specimens of different ages.
Acta Biomaterialia, in press.

W. Lungu, A.J. Swinkels, L. Claesen, P. Tu, J. Egger, and X. Chen
A review on the applications of virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality in surgical simulation: an extension to different kinds of surgery.
Expert Review of Medical Devices, in press.

A. Pepe, G.F. Trotta, P. Mohr-Ziak, C. Gsaxner, J. Wallner, V. Bevilacqua and J. Egger [pdf]
A marker-less registration approach for mixed reality-aided maxillofacial surgery: a pilot evaluation
Journal of Digital Imaging, in press.

S. Teichtmeister and G.A. Holzapfel [pdf]
A constitutive model for fibrous tissues with cross-linked collagen fibers including dispersion with an analysis of the Poynting effect.
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, in press.

R. Schussnig, D.R.Q. Pacheco and T.-P. Fries [pdf]
Efficient split-step schemes for fluid–structure interaction involving incompressible generalised Newtonian flows.
Computers and Structures, 260:106718, 2022.

G.M. Melito, T.S. Müller, V. Badeli, K. Ellermann, G. Brenn and A. Reinbacher-Köstinger
Sensitivity analysis study on the effect of the fluid mechanics assumptions for the computation of electrical conductivity of flowing human blood.
Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 213:107663, 2021.

D.R.Q. Pacheco, T.S. Müller, O. Steinbach and G. Brenn
On outflow boundary conditions in finite element simulations of non-Newtonian internal flows.
International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering, 10.51375/IJCVSE.2021.1.6, 2021.

D.R.Q. Pacheco, R. Schussnig and T.-P. Fries
An efficient split-stepframework for non-Newtonian flow problems with consistent pressure boundaryconditions.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 382C:113888, 2021.

D.R.Q. Pacheco, R. Schussnig, O. Steinbach and T.-P. Fries
A global residual-based stabilisation for equal-order finite element approximations of incompressible flows.  
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering,122(8):20750-2094, 2021.

D.R.Q. Pacheco and O. Steinbach
A continuous finite element framework for the pressure Poisson equation allowing non-Newtonian and compressible flow behaviour. 
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 93(5) pp. 1435-1445, 2021.

S. Ranftl and W. von der Linden [pdf]
Bayesian surrogate analysis and uncertainty propagation.
Physical Sciences Forum, 3:6, 2021.

M. Rolf-Pissarczyk, K. Li, D. Fleischmann and G.A. Holzapfel [pdf]
A discrete approach for modeling degraded elastic fibers in aortic dissection.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 373:113511, 2021.

M. Rolf-Pissarczyk, M. P. Wollner, D.R.Q. Pacheco and G.A. Holzapfel [pdf]
Efficient computational modelling of smooth muscle orientation and function in the aorta.
Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 477:20210592, 2021.

T. Spindelböck, S. Ranftl and W. von der Linden [pdf]
Cross-entropy learning for aortic pathology classification of artificial multi-sensor impedance cardiography signals.
Entropy, 23:1661, 2021.

M. Amabili. G.O. Arena, P. Balasubramanian, I.D. Breslavsky, R. Cartier, G. Ferrari, G.A. Holzapfel, A. Kassab and R. Mongrain [pdf]
Biomechanical characterization of a chronic Type A dissected human aorta.
Journal of Biomechanics, 110:109978, 2020.

V. Badeli, G.M. Melito, A. Reinbacher-Köstinger, O. Bíró and K. Ellermann [pdf]
Electrode positioning to investigate the changes of the thoracic bioimpedance caused by aortic dissection - a simulation study.
Journal of Electrical Bioimpedance,11:38-48, 2020.

G.A. Holzapfel and R.W. Ogden [pdf]
An arterial constitutive model accounting for collagen content and cross-linking.
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 136:103682, 2020.

G.A. Holzapfel and R.W. Ogden [pdf]
A damage model for collagen fibres with an application to collagenous soft tissues.
Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 476: 20190821, 2020.

A. Jafarinia, T.S. Müller, U. Windberger, G. Brenn, and T. Hochrainer
Blood rheology influenceon false lumen thrombosis in type B aortic dissection.
Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering, 7:13-24, 2020.

G.M. Melito, A. Jafarinia, T. Hochrainer, and K. Ellermann [pdf]
Sensitivity analysis of a phenomenological thrombosis model and growth rate characterization.
Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering, 7:31-40, 2020.

A.R. Memon, E. Wang, J. Hu, J. Egger and X. Chen
A review on computer-aided design and manufacturing of patient-specific maxillofacial implants.
Expert Review of Medical Devices, 17:345-356, 2020.

A. Pepe, J. Li, M. Rolf-Pissarczyk, Ch. Gsaxner, X. Chen, G.A. Holzapfel and J. Egger [pdf]
Detection, segmentation, simulation and visualization of aortic dissections: a review.
Medical Image Analysis, 65:101773, 2020.

S. Ranftl, G.M. Melito, V. Badeli, A. Reinbacher-Köstinger, K. Ellermann and W. von der Linden [pdf]
Bayesian uncertainty quantification with multi-fidelity data and Gaussian processes for impedance cardiography of aortic dissection.
Entropy, 22(1):58, 2020.

S. Sherifova and G.A. Holzapfel [pdf]
Biochemomechanics of the thoracic aorta in health and disease.
Progress in Biomedical Engineering, 2:032002, 2020.

U. Windberger, C. Dibiasi, E. M. Lotz, G. Scharbert, A. Reinbacher-Köstinger, I. Ivanov, L. Ploszanski, N. Antonova, and H. Lichtenegger
The effect of hematocrit, fibrinogen concentra-tion and temperature on the kinetics of clot formation of whole blood.
Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation, 75:1-15, 2020.

C. Gsaxner, P.M. Roth, J. Wallner and J. Egger [pdf]
Exploit fully automatic low-level segmented PET data for training high-level deep learning algorithms for the corresponding CT data.
PLoS ONE, 14:e0212550, 2019.

C. Gsaxner, J. Wallner, X. Chen, W. Zemann and J. Egger [pdf]
Facial model collection for medical augmented reality in oncologic cranio-maxillofacial surgery.
Scientific Data, 6:310, 2019.

O. Gültekin, S.P. Hager, H. Dal and G.A. Holzapfel [pdf]
Computational modeling of progressive damage and rupture in fibrous biological tissues: application to aortic dissection.
Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, 18:1607-1628, 2019.

P. Heim, M. Rumetshofer, S. Ranftl, B. Thaler, W.E. Ernst, M. Koch and W. von der Linden [pdf]
Bayesian analysis of femtosecond pump-probe photoelectron-photoion coincidence spectra withfluctuating laser intensities.
Entropy, 21:93, 2019.

G.A. Holzapfel, R.W. Ogden and S. Sherifova
On fibre dispersion modelling of soft biologicaltissues: a review.
Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 475:20180736, 2019.

D.R.Q. Pacheco and O. Steinbach
Space-time Taylor-Hood elements for incompressible flows. 
Computer Methods in Material Sciences 19:64-69, 2019.

D.R.Q. Pacheco and O. Steinbach
On the pressure Poisson equation for the Stokes system.
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics,19:e201900425, 2019.

A. Pepe, G. F. Trotta, P. Mohr-Ziak, C. Gsaxner, J. Wallner, V. Bevilacqua, and J. Egger
A marker-less registration approach for mixed reality–aided maxillofacial surgery: a pilot evaluation.
Journal of Digital Imaging, 32:1008-1018, 2019.

A. Reinbacher-Köstinger, V. Badeli, O. Bíró and C. Magele [pdf]
Numerical simulation of conductivity changes in the human thorax caused by aortic dissection.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 55:1-4, 2019.

S. Sherifova and G.A. Holzapfel [pdf]
Biomechanics of aortic wall failure with a focus on dissection and aneurysm: a review.
Acta Biomaterialia, 99:1-17, 2019.

S. Sherifova, G. Sommer, C. Viertler, P. Regitnig, T. Caranasos, M.A. Smith, B.E. Griffith, R.W. Ogden and G.A. Holzapfel [pdf]
Failure properties and microstructure of healthy and aneurysmatic human thoracic aortas subjected to uniaxial extension with a focus on the media.
Acta Biomaterialia, 99:443-456, 2019.

J. Wallner, I. Mischak and J. Egger [pdf]
Computed tomography data collection of the complete human mandible and valid clinical ground truth models.
Scientific Data, 6:190003, 2019.

J. Wallner, M. Schwaiger, K. Hochegger, C. Gsaxner, W. Zemann and J. Egger [pdf]
A review on multiplatform evaluations of semi-automatic open-source based image segmentation for cranio-maxillofacial surgery.
Comput Methods Programs Biomed, 182:105102, 2019.

O. Gültekin, H. Dal and G. A. Holzapfel
Numerical aspects of anisotropic failure in soft biolog-ical tissues favor energy-based criteria: A rate-dependent mixed crack phase-field model.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 331:23-52, 2018.

G.A. Holzapfel and R.W. Ogden
Biomechanical relevance of the microstructure in artery walls with a focus on passive and active components.
American Journal of Physiology - Heart Circulation Physiolology, 315:H540-H549, 2018.

J. Wallner, K. Hochegger, X. Chen, I. Mischak, K. Reinbacher, M. Pau, T. Zrnc, K. Schwenzer-Zimmerer, W. Zemann, D. Schmalstieg and J. Egger [pdf]
Clinical evaluation of semi-automatic open-source algorithmic software segmentation of the mandibular bone: Practical feasibility and assessment of a new course of action.
PLoS ONE, 13:e0196378, 2018.