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Multisite pacing and myocardial scars: a computational study." Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering (2020)."
A Centerline Based Model Morphing Algorithm for Patient-Specific Finite Element Modelling of the Left Ventricle." IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2017)."
Estimating cardiac contraction through high resolution data assimilation of a personalized mechanical model." Journal of Computational Science 24 (2017): 85-90."
High resolution data assimilation of cardiac mechanics." International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering 33 (2017): e2863."
Personalized Cardiac Mechanical Model using a High Resolution Contraction Field In VPH16 Translating VPH to the Clinic., 2016.
Dyssynchronous Left Ventricular Stress Estimation In Workshop on Advanced Numerical Techniques in Biomedical Computing: Simula Research Laboratory, Edited by H. Finsberg, M. E. Rognes, J. Sundnes, S. Wall, H. H. Odland and S. Ross., 2015.
Personalization of a Cardiac Compuational Model using Clinical Measurements In 28th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics. Vol. 28. Tallin, Estonia: Proceedings of NSCM-28, 2015.
A generic right ventricle model for simulating patient-specific pacing procedures from echocardiography data In Workshop on Models for surgical decision support at VPH2014 in Trondheim., 2014.