Niels Kuster
Niels Kuster
Professor ETH/Director IT'IS Foundation
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The Virtual Family—development of surface-based anatomical models of two adults and two children for dosimetric simulations
A Christ, W Kainz, EG Hahn, K Honegger, M Zefferer, E Neufeld, ...
Physics in Medicine & Biology 55 (2), N23, 2009
Carcinogenicity of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields
R Baan, Y Grosse, B Lauby-Secretan, F El Ghissassi, V Bouvard, ...
The lancet oncology 12 (7), 624-626, 2011
IT’IS Database for thermal and electromagnetic parameters of biological tissues
PA Hasgall, F Di Gennaro, C Baumgartner, E Neufeld, MC Gosselin, ...
Version 3.0, 2015
Energy absorption mechanism by biological bodies in the near field of dipole antennas above 300 MHz
N Kuster, Q Balzano
IEEE Transactions on vehicular technology 41 (1), 17-23, 1992
Electromagnetic fields, such as those from mobile phones, alter regional cerebral blood flow and sleep and waking EEG
R Huber, V Treyer, AA Borbely, J Schuderer, JM Gottselig, HP Landolt, ...
Journal of sleep research 11 (4), 289-295, 2002
Exposure to pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic field during waking affects human sleep EEG
R Huber, T Graf, KA Cote, L Wittmann, E Gallmann, D Matter, ...
Neuroreport 11 (15), 3321-3325, 2000
The dependence of EM energy absorption upon human head modeling at 900 MHz
V Hombach, K Meier, M Burkhardt, E Kuhn, N Kuster
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 44 (10), 1865-1873, 1996
Automated E-field scanning system for dosimetric assessments
T Schmid, O Egger, N Kuster
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 44 (1), 105-113, 1996
The dependence of electromagnetic energy absorption upon human head tissue composition in the frequency range of 300-3000 MHz
A Drossos, V Santomaa, N Kuster
IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques 48 (11), 1988-1995, 2000
Differences in energy absorption between heads of adults and children in the near field of sources.
F Schönborn, M Burkhardt, N Kuster
Health physics 74 (2), 160-168, 1998
Exposure to pulse‐modulated radio frequency electromagnetic fields affects regional cerebral blood flow
R Huber, V Treyer, J Schuderer, T Berthold, A Buck, N Kuster, HP Landolt, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 21 (4), 1000-1006, 2005
Radio frequency electromagnetic field exposure in humans: Estimation of SAR distribution in the brain, effects on sleep and heart rate
R Huber, J Schuderer, T Graf, K Jütz, AA Borbely, N Kuster, P Achermann
Bioelectromagnetics 24 (4), 262-276, 2003
Electromagnetic fields affect transcript levels of apoptosis-related genes in embryonic stem cell-derived neural progenitor cells
T Nikolova, J Czyz, A Rolletschek, P Blyszczuk, J Fuchs, G Jovtchev, ...
The FASEB journal 19 (12), 1686-1688, 2005
An attempt to model the human body as a communication channel
MS Wegmueller, A Kuhn, J Froehlich, M Oberle, N Felber, N Kuster, ...
IEEE transactions on Biomedical Engineering 54 (10), 1851-1857, 2007
Comparisons of computed mobile phone induced SAR in the SAM phantom to that in anatomically correct models of the human head
BB Beard, W Kainz, T Onishi, T Iyama, S Watanabe, O Fujiwara, J Wang, ...
IEEE transactions on electromagnetic compatibility 48 (2), 397-407, 2006
Development of a new generation of high-resolution anatomical models for medical device evaluation: the Virtual Population 3.0
MC Gosselin, E Neufeld, H Moser, E Huber, S Farcito, L Gerber, ...
Physics in Medicine & Biology 59 (18), 5287, 2014
Assessing human exposure to electromagnetic fields from wireless power transmission systems
A Christ, M Douglas, J Nadakuduti, N Kuster
Proceedings of the IEEE 101 (6), 1482-1493, 2013
UMTS base station-like exposure, well-being, and cognitive performance
SJ Regel, S Negovetic, M Röösli, V Berdiñas, J Schuderer, A Huss, U Lott, ...
Environmental health perspectives 114 (8), 1270-1275, 2006
Age-dependent tissue-specific exposure of cell phone users
A Christ, MC Gosselin, M Christopoulou, S Kühn, N Kuster
Physics in Medicine & Biology 55 (7), 1767, 2010
The dependence of electromagnetic far-field absorption on body tissue composition in the frequency range from 300 MHz to 6 GHz
A Christ, A Klingenbock, T Samaras, C Goiceanu, N Kuster
IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques 54 (5), 2188-2195, 2006
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