Thomas Heidlauf
Thomas Heidlauf
(1) Institute of Applied Mechanics (CE), Chair for Continuum Mechanics, Research Group on Continuum
Verified email at mechbau.uni-stuttgart.de
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OpenCMISS: a multi-physics & multi-scale computational infrastructure for the VPH/Physiome project
C Bradley, A Bowery, R Britten, V Budelmann, O Camara, R Christie, ...
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 107 (1), 32-47, 2011
1182011
A multiscale chemo-electro-mechanical skeletal muscle model to analyze muscle contraction and force generation for different muscle fiber arrangements
T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Frontiers in physiology 5, 498, 2014
542014
Modeling the chemoelectromechanical behavior of skeletal muscle using the parallel open-source software library OpenCMISS
T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine 2013, 2013
432013
Reconstruction of muscle fascicle architecture from iodine-enhanced microCT images: a combined texture mapping and streamline approach
K Kupczik, H Stark, R Mundry, FT Neininger, T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Journal of theoretical biology 382, 34-43, 2015
342015
Multiscale musculoskeletal modelling, data–model fusion and electromyography-informed modelling
J Fernandez, J Zhang, T Heidlauf, M Sartori, T Besier, O Röhrle, D Lloyd
Interface focus 6 (2), 20150084, 2016
312016
Predicting electromyographic signals under realistic conditions using a multiscale chemo–electro–mechanical finite element model
M Mordhorst, T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Interface Focus 5 (2), 20140076, 2015
302015
A multi-scale continuum model of skeletal muscle mechanics predicting force enhancement based on actin–titin interaction
T Heidlauf, T Klotz, C Rode, E Altan, C Bleiler, T Siebert, O Röhrle
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 15 (6), 1423-1437, 2016
292016
A continuum-mechanical skeletal muscle model including actin-titin interaction predicts stable contractions on the descending limb of the force-length relation
T Heidlauf, T Klotz, C Rode, T Siebert, O Röhrle
PLoS computational biology 13 (10), e1005773, 2017
252017
POD-DEIM reduction of computational EMG models
M Mordhorst, T Strecker, D Wirtz, T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
Journal of Computational Science 19, 86-96, 2017
192017
Coordinate mapping of analytical contaminant transport solutions to non-uniform flow fields
JR Craig, T Heidlauf
Advances in water Resources 32 (3), 353-360, 2009
112009
An integrated model of the neuromuscular system
T Heidlauf, F Negro, D Farina, O Röhrle
2013 6th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER), 227-230, 2013
92013
Multiscale skeletal muscle modeling: from cellular level to a multi-segment skeletal muscle model of the upper limb
O Röhrle, M Sprenger, E Ramasamy, T Heidlauf
Computer models in biomechanics, 103-116, 2013
72013
Computer Models in Biomechanics
O Rohrle, M Sprenger, E Ramasamy, T Heidlauf
Springer, 2013
52013
Multiscale modeling of the neuromuscular system: Coupling neurophysiology and skeletal muscle mechanics
O Röhrle, UŞ Yavuz, T Klotz, F Negro, T Heidlauf
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Systems Biology and Medicine 11 (6), e1457, 2019
42019
Mathematically modelling surface EMG signals
M Mordhorst, T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
PAMM 14 (1), 123-124, 2014
42014
Chemo-electro-mechanical modelling of the neuromuscular system
T Heidlauf
32015
The role of parvalbumin, sarcoplasmatic reticulum calcium pump rate, rates of cross-bridge dynamics, and ryanodine receptor calcium current on peripheral muscle fatigue: a …
O Röhrle, V Neumann, T Heidlauf
Computational and mathematical methods in medicine 2016, 2016
22016
On the treatment of active behaviour in continuum muscle mechanics
T Heidlauf, O Röhrle
PAMM 13 (1), 71-72, 2013
22013
Sarcopenia in lung transplant candidates: A novel biomarker to estimate skeletal muscle mass
J Walsh, PMA Hopkins, O Flores, Z Tyack, KA Stockton, J Paratz, P Adam, ...
Clinical transplantation 32 (3), e13200, 2018
2018
Force enhancement and stability of finite element muscle models
T Heidlauf, T Klotz, C Rode, T Siebert, O Röhrle
PAMM 16 (1), 85-86, 2016
2016
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