Adam Wittek
Adam Wittek
Professor, Intelligent Systems for Medicine Laboratory, School of Mechanical and Chemical
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Total Lagrangian explicit dynamics finite element algorithm for computing soft tissue deformation
K Miller, G Joldes, D Lance, A Wittek
Communications in numerical methods in engineering 23 (2), 121-134, 2007
Cervical injury mechanism based on the analysis of human cervical vertebral motion and head-neck-torso kinematics during low speed rear impacts
K Ono, K Kaneoka, A Wittek, J Kajzer
SAE transactions, 3859-3876, 1997
Patient-specific model of brain deformation: Application to medical image registration
A Wittek, K Miller, R Kikinis, SK Warfield
Journal of biomechanics 40 (4), 919-929, 2007
Real-time nonlinear finite element computations on GPU–Application to neurosurgical simulation
GR Joldes, A Wittek, K Miller
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 199 (49-52), 3305-3314, 2010
On the unimportance of constitutive models in computing brain deformation for image-guided surgery
A Wittek, T Hawkins, K Miller
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 8 (1), 77-84, 2009
Suite of finite element algorithms for accurate computation of soft tissue deformation for surgical simulation
GR Joldes, A Wittek, K Miller
Medical image analysis 13 (6), 912-919, 2009
Brain shift computation using a fully nonlinear biomechanical model
A Wittek, R Kikinis, SK Warfield, K Miller
International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted …, 2005
A meshless Total Lagrangian explicit dynamics algorithm for surgical simulation
A Horton, A Wittek, GR Joldes, K Miller
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 26 (8 …, 2010
Biomechanics of the Brain
K Miller
Springer, 2011
Patient-specific non-linear finite element modelling for predicting soft organ deformation in real-time; Application to non-rigid neuroimage registration
A Wittek, G Joldes, M Couton, SK Warfield, K Miller
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 103 (2-3), 292-303, 2010
Modelling brain deformations for computer‐integrated neurosurgery
K Miller, A Wittek, G Joldes, A Horton, T Dutta‐Roy, J Berger, L Morriss
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 26 (1 …, 2010
Biomechanical modelling of normal pressure hydrocephalus
T Dutta-Roy, A Wittek, K Miller
Journal of biomechanics 41 (10), 2263-2271, 2008
Computation of intra-operative brain shift using dynamic relaxation
GR Joldes, A Wittek, K Miller
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 198 (41-44), 3313-3320, 2009
Non‐locking tetrahedral finite element for surgical simulation
GR Joldes, A Wittek, K Miller
Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering 25 (7), 827-836, 2009
Biomechanics of brain for computer integrated surgery
K Miller
Publishing House of the Warsaw University of Technology, 2002
A three-dimensional nonlinear meshfree algorithm for simulating mechanical responses of soft tissue
GY Zhang, A Wittek, GR Joldes, X Jin, K Miller
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 42, 60-66, 2014
An adaptive dynamic relaxation method for solving nonlinear finite element problems. Application to brain shift estimation
GR Joldes, A Wittek, K Miller
International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering 27 (2 …, 2011
A simple, effective and clinically applicable method to compute abdominal aortic aneurysm wall stress
GR Joldes, K Miller, A Wittek, B Doyle
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 58, 139-148, 2016
Subject-specific non-linear biomechanical model of needle insertion into brain
A Wittek, T Dutta-Roy, Z Taylor, A Horton, T Washio, K Chinzei, K Miller
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 11 (2), 135-146, 2008
Parametric study of effects of brain-skull boundary conditions and brain material properties on responses of simplified finite element brain model under angular acceleration …
A Wittek, K Omori
JSME International Journal Series C Mechanical Systems, Machine Elements and …, 2003
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