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Guidelines for limiting exposure to electromagnetic fields (100 kHz to 300 GHz)
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
Health physics 118 (5), 483-524, 2020
9072020
Inter-subject variability in electric fields of motor cortical tDCS
I Laakso, S Tanaka, S Koyama, V De Santis, A Hirata
Brain stimulation 8 (5), 906-913, 2015
3482015
Exposure to high frequency electromagnetic fields, biological effects and health consequences (100 kHz–300 GHz)
International Commission on Non‐Ionizing Radiation Protection
336*2009
Double-sided printed bow-tie antenna for UWB communications
K Kiminami, A Hirata, T Shiozawa
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 3, 152-153, 2004
2792004
Wireless power transfer charging system for AIMDs and pacemakers
T Campi, S Cruciani, F Palandrani, V De Santis, A Hirata, M Feliziani
IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques 64 (2), 633-642, 2016
2492016
Temperature rises in the human eye exposed to EM waves in the frequency range 0.6-6 GHz
A Hirata, SI Matsuyama, T Shiozawa
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility 42 (4), 386-393, 2000
2252000
Effects of coil orientation on the electric field induced by TMS over the hand motor area
I Laakso, A Hirata, Y Ugawa
Physics in Medicine & Biology 59 (1), 203, 2013
1792013
Correlation of maximum temperature increase and peak SAR in the human head due to handset antennas
A Hirata, T Shiozawa
IEEE Transactions on microwave theory and techniques 51 (7), 1834-1841, 2003
1662003
Fast multigrid-based computation of the induced electric field for transcranial magnetic stimulation
I Laakso, A Hirata
Physics in Medicine & Biology 57 (23), 7753, 2012
1622012
Can electric fields explain inter-individual variability in transcranial direct current stimulation of the motor cortex?
I Laakso, M Mikkonen, S Koyama, A Hirata, S Tanaka
Scientific reports 9 (1), 626, 2019
1472019
Influence of population density, temperature, and absolute humidity on spread and decay durations of COVID-19: A comparative study of scenarios in China, England, Germany, and …
Y Diao, S Kodera, D Anzai, J Gomez-Tames, EA Rashed, A Hirata
One Health 12, 100203, 2021
1332021
Electric fields of motor and frontal tDCS in a standard brain space: a computer simulation study
I Laakso, S Tanaka, M Mikkonen, S Koyama, N Sadato, A Hirata
Neuroimage 137, 140-151, 2016
1282016
Temperature increase in the human head due to a dipole antenna at microwave frequencies
A Hirata, M Morita, T Shiozawa
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility 45 (1), 109-116, 2003
1262003
Correlation between COVID-19 Morbidity and Mortality Rates in Japan and Local Population Density, Temperature, and Absolute Humidity
S Kodera, EA Rashed, A Hirata
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (15), 5477, 2020
1242020
Computational analysis shows why transcranial alternating current stimulation induces retinal phosphenes
I Laakso, A Hirata
Journal of neural engineering 10 (4), 046009, 2013
1212013
Reducing the staircasing error in computational dosimetry of low-frequency electromagnetic fields
I Laakso, A Hirata
Physics in medicine & biology 57 (4), N25, 2012
1212012
Synopsis of IEEE Std C95. 1™-2019 “IEEE standard for safety levels with respect to human exposure to electric, magnetic, and electromagnetic fields, 0 Hz to 300 GHz”
WH Bailey, R Bodemann, J Bushberg, CK Chou, R Cleveland, A Faraone, ...
IEEE Access 7, 171346-171356, 2019
1182019
Guidelines for TMS/tES clinical services and research through the COVID-19 pandemic
M Bikson, CA Hanlon, AJ Woods, BT Gillick, L Charvet, C Lamm, ...
Brain stimulation 13 (4), 1124-1149, 2020
1132020
Where and what TMS activates: experiments and modeling
I Laakso, T Murakami, A Hirata, Y Ugawa
Brain Stimulation 11 (1), 166-174, 2018
1082018
Temperature increase in human eyes due to near-field and far-field exposures at 900 MHz, 1.5 GHz, and 1.9 GHz
A Hirata
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility 47 (1), 68-76, 2005
1072005
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