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Journal Articles (24)

A. Loewe, E. Poremba, T. Oesterlein, A. Luik, C. Schmitt, G. Seemann, and O. Dössel.
Patient-Specific Identification of Atrial Flutter Vulnerability–A Computational Approach to Reveal Latent Reentry Pathways.
In Frontiers in Physiology, vol. 9(Article 1910) , 2019
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R. Andlauer, G. Seemann, L. Baron, O. Dössel, P. Kohl, P. Platonov, and A. Loewe.
Influence of left atrial size on P-wave morphology: differential effects of dilation and hypertrophy.
In Europace, vol. 20(S3) , pp. iii36-iii44, 2018
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W. Nahm, C. Hornberger, U. Morgenstern, and S. B. Sobottka.
Optical imaging methods in medicine: how can we escape the plausibility trap?.
In Biomedizinische Technik. Biomedical Engineering, vol. 63(5) , pp. 507-510, 2018
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R. Moss, F. B. Sachse, E. G. Moreno-Galindo, R. A. Navarro-Polanco, M. Tristani-Firouzi, and G. Seemann.
Modeling effects of voltage dependent properties of the cardiac muscarinic receptor on human sinus node function..
In PLoS computational biology, vol. 14(10) , pp. e1006438, 2018
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M. Cluitmans, D. H. Brooks, R. MacLeod, O. Dössel, M. S. Guillem, P. M. van Dam, J. Svehlikova, B. He, J. Sapp, L. Wang, and L. Bear.
Validation and Opportunities of Electrocardiographic Imaging: From Technical Achievements to Clinical Applications.
In Frontiers in Physiology, vol. 9:1305, 2018
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S. Schuler, A. Wachter, and O. Dössel.
Electrocardiographic Imaging Using a Spatio-Temporal Basis of Body Surface Potentials—Application to Atrial Ectopic Activity.
In Frontiers in Physiology, vol. 9:1126, 2018
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S. Pollnow, N. Pilia, G. Schwaderlapp, A. Loewe, O. Dössel, and G. Lenis.
An adaptive spatio-temporal Gaussian filter for processing cardiac optical mapping data.
In Computers in Biology and Medicine, vol. 102, pp. 267-277, 2018
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A. M. Janssen, D. Potyagaylo, O. Dössel, and T. F. Oostendorp.
Assessment of the equivalent dipole layer source model in the reconstruction of cardiac activation times on the basis of BSPMs produced by an anisotropic model of the heart..
In Medical & biological engineering & computing, vol. 56(6) , pp. 1013-1025, 2018
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A. Loewe, E. M. Wülfers, and G. Seemann.
Cardiac ischemia-insights from computational models..
In Herzschrittmachertherapie & Elektrophysiologie, vol. 29(1) , pp. 48-56, 2018
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T. G. Oesterlein, A. Loewe, G. Lenis, A. Luik, C. Schmitt, and O. Doessel.
Automatic Identification of Reentry Mechanisms and Critical Sites during Atrial Tachycardia by Analyzing Areas of Activity..
In IEEE Transactions on Bio-Medical Engineering, vol. 65(10) , pp. 2334-2344, 2018
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M. Alessandrini, M. Valinoti, L. Unger, T. Oesterlein, O. Dössel, C. Corsi, A. Loewe, and S. Severi.
A Computational Framework to Benchmark Basket Catheter Guided Ablation in Atrial Fibrillation.
In Frontiers in Physiology, vol. 9, pp. 1251, 2018
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G. A. Begg, R. Karim, T. Oesterlein, L. N. Graham, A. J. Hogarth, S. P. Page, C. B. Pepper, K. Rhode, G. Y. H. Lip, A. V. Holden, S. Plein, and M. H. Tayebjee.
Left atrial voltage, circulating biomarkers of fibrosis, and atrial fibrillation ablation. A prospective cohort study..
In PloS one, vol. 13(1) , pp. e0189936, 2018
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J. Greiner, A. C. Sankarankutty, G. Seemann, T. Seidel, and F. B. Sachse.
Confocal Microscopy-Based Estimation of Parameters for Computational Modeling of Electrical Conduction in the Normal and Infarcted Heart.
In Frontiers in Physiology, vol. 9:239, 2018
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H. Lehrmann, A. S. Jadidi, J. Minners, J. Chen, B. Müller-Edenborn, R. Weber, O. Dössel, T. Arentz, and A. Loewe.
Novel Electrocardiographic Criteria for Real-Time Assessment of Anterior Mitral Line Block.
In JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology, vol. 4(7) , pp. 920-932, 2018
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B. Verma, T. Oesterlein, A. Loewe, A. Luik, C. Schmitt, and O. Dössel.
Regional conduction velocity calculation from clinical multichannel electrograms in human atria.
In Computers in Biology and Medicine, vol. 92, pp. 188-196, 2018
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W. Nahm, and B. Oppermann.
Vom reinen Abbild zum assistierenden Roboter - Optische Technologien in der Medizin.
In Medizin & Technik, vol. 2, pp. 92-94, 2018
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G. A. Begg, R. Karim, T. Oesterlein, L. N. Graham, A. J. Hogarth, S. P. Page, C. B. Pepper, K. Rhode, G. Y. H. Lip, . Holden, . A. V., S. Plein, and M. H. Tayebjee.
Intra-cardiac and peripheral levels of biochemical markers of fibrosis in patients undergoing catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation.
In Europace, 2017
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O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
Computerized modeling of the human heart.
In Zeitschrift für Medizinische Physik, vol. 27(3) , pp. 167-169, 2017
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G. Lenis, T. Heine, P. Reichensperger, T. Beran, O. Dössel, and B. Deml.
Electrocardiographic features for the measurement of drivers' mental workload.
In Applied Ergonomics, vol. 61(May) , pp. 31-43, 2017
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G. Lenis, M. Kircher, J. Lazaro, R. Bailon, E. Gil, and O. Dössel.
Separating the effect of respiration on the heart rate variability using Granger's causality and linear filtering.
In Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, vol. 31, pp. 272-278, 2017
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G. Lenis, N. Pilia, A. Loewe, W. H. W. Schulze, and O. Dössel.
Comparison of Baseline Wander Removal Techniques considering the Preservation of ST Changes in the Ischemic ECG: A Simulation Study.
In Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, vol. 2017(Article ID 9295029) , pp. 13, 2017
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A. Loewe, and O. Dössel.
Commentary: Virtual In-Silico Modeling Guided Catheter Ablation Predicts Effective Linear Ablation Lesion Set for Longstanding Persistent Atrial Fibrillation: Multicenter Prospective Randomized Study.
In Frontiers in Physiology, vol. 8, pp. 1113, 2017
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S. Pollnow, J. Greiner, T. Oesterlein, E. M. Wülfers, A. Loewe, and O. Dössel.
Mini Electrodes on Ablation Catheters: Valuable Addition or Redundant Information? Insights from a Computational Study.
In Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, vol. 2017(Article ID 168629) , pp. 13, 2017
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O. Schober, O. Dössel, H. Ermert, H. Requardt, S. Ziegler, and G. Adam.
Bildgebung in Klinik und Forschung: Beitrag zur Individualisierten Medizin? - Imaging in Clinic and Research: Contribution to Individualized Medicine?.
In Fortschr Röntgenstr, vol. 189(10) , pp. 939-944, 2017
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2018

Bill and Gary Sanders Poster Award, Conference "Computing in Cardiology" 2018 in Maastricht (The Netherlands)
Ekaterina Kovacheva, Lukas Baron, Olaf Dössel, Axel Loewe: "Electro-Mechanical Delay in the Human Heart: A Study on a Simple Geometry"

Patient Safety Award
Axel Loewe and Olaf Dössel won the Patient Safety Award (2nd place) together with clinical collaborators from University Heart Center Freiburg-Bad Krozingen.
The honored study introduces two novel ECG-based approaches for real-time assessment of success of catheter ablation to terminate perimitral flutter.

3rd place at Gips-Schüle junior scientist award 2018
Axel Loewe for his dissertation Modeling Human Atrial Patho-Electrophysiology from Ion Channels to ECG - Substrates, Pharmacology, Vulnerability, and P-Waves

Best student paper award, 19. International Conference on Biomedical Applications of EIT, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
M. Kircher, A. Braune, T. Bluth, M. Gama de Abreu, O. Dössel, B. Stender
Submitted paper: Method for comparing pulmonary perfusion measured by PET/CT and indicator based EIT measurements in a porcine model

KIT Doctoral Award, Karlsruhe, Feb/21/2018
KIT acknowledges outstanding doctoral researchers with the KIT Doctoral Award. One of the three prizes for the academic year 2016/17 was awarded to Gustavo Lenis for his PhD thesis  „Signal Processing Methods for the Analysis of the Electrocardiogram“.

2017

Klee Award of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering (DGBMT)
Danila Potyagaylo, Non-invasive Electrocardiographic Imaging of Ventricular Activities

2nd prize Klee Award of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering (DGBMT)
Tobias Oesterlein, Multichannel Analysis of Intracardiac Electrograms

Semi-Finalist Rosanna Degani Young Investigator Award​, Conference „Computing in Cardiology“ 2017 in Rennes (France)
Nicolas Pilia, Olaf Doessel, Gustavo Lenis, Axel Loewe, ECG as a Tool to Estimate Potassium and Calcium Concentrations in the Extracellular Space

Bill and Gary Sanders Poster Award, Conference „Computing in Cardiology“ 2017 in Rennes (France)
Axel Loewe, Emanuel Poremba, Tobias G. Oesterlein, Nicolas Pilia, Micha Pfeiffer, Olaf Doessel, Stefanie Speidel:
An Interactive Virtual Reality Environment for Analysis of Clinical Atrial Arrhythmias and Ablation Planning

1st place in student competition, DGBMT and DGMP annual conference 2017, Dresden,
A. Noshadi, M. Kircher, S. Pollnow, G. Elke, I. Frerichs, and O. Dössel
Submitted paper: Automatic lung segmentation in the presence of alveolar collapse.

2nd place in student competition, DGBMT und DGMP Jahrestagung 2017, Dresden;
M. Stritt, T. Oesterlein, S. Pollnow, A. Luik, and C. Schmitt.
Submitted paper: Assessment of local high-density mapping for the analysis of radiofrequency ablation lesions in the left atrium.

KIT Doctoral Award, Karlsruhe, July/12/2017
KIT acknowledges outstanding doctoral researchers with the KIT Doctoral Award. One of the three prizes for the academic year 2015/16 was awarded to Axel Loewe  who is with the Institute of Biomedical Engineering for his PhD thesis  „Modeling human atrial patho-electrophysiology from ion channels to ECG: substrates, pharmacology, vulnerability, and P-waves“.  [See Video]

2016

Best Poster Presentation, Kentucky Academy of Science 2016 Student Research Competition, Computer and Information Sciences,
Eura Shin, Emanuel Poremba, Olaf Dössel, Axel Loewe: "Automated Initiation of Fibrillatory Excitation in Monodomain Simulations“

Prizes at the "DGBMT Anniversary (DACH) 2016 in Basel:
2nd place in student competition:
Joachim Greiner, Stefan Pollnow, Steffen Schuler, Gustavo Lenis, Gunnar Seemann, Olaf Dössel, "Simulation of Intracardiac Electrograms around Acute Ablation Lesions“
1st place in student competition:
Robin Andlauer, Axel Loewe, Olaf Dössel, Gunnar Seemann, "Effect of Left Atrial Hypertrophy on P-Wave Morphology in a Computational Model“

Awards at the Conference „Computing in Cardiology“ 2016 at Vancouver (Kanada)
Semi-Finalist Rosanna Degani Young Investigator Award:
Markus Rottmann, Ufuk Arslan, Wenzel Kaltenbacher, Viktor Markstein, Thomas Arentz, Olaf Dössel, Amir Jadidi: „Impact of Three Dimensional Atrial Fibrosis on Development and Stability of Rotational Activity in Atrial Fibrillation – A 3D Simulation and Clinical High-density Mapping Study in Persistent Atrial Fibrillation“.
Rosanna Degani Young Investigator Award:
Axel Loewe, Robin Andlauer, Olaf Dössel, Gunnar Seemann, Pyotr Platonov: „Left Atrial Hypertrophy Increases P-Wave Terminal Force Through Amplitude but not Duration“
Bill and Gary Sanders Poster Award:
Joachim Greiner, Tobias Oesterlein, Gustavo Lenis, Olaf Dössel: „Virtual Reality Visualization of Arrhythmias on a Smartphone“
Bill and Gary Sanders Poster Award:
Bhawna Verma, Axel Loewe, Armin Luik, Claus Schmitt, Olaf Dössel: „Regional Conduction Velocity Calculation based on Local Activation Times: A Simulation Study on Clinical Geometries“
Mortara Fellowship:
Gustavo Lenis, Axel Loewe

2nd place in the young investigator competition at the workshop "Innovative Verarbeitung bioelektrischer und biomagnetischer Signale - BBS 2016" by Gustavo Lenis, Alexander Kramlich, Tobias Oesterlein and Olaf Dössel with the submitted paper: "Development and Benchmarking of Activity Detection Algorithms for Intracardiac Electrograms Measured During Atrial Flutter”

Faculty teaching award 2016:
Faculty teaching award of the faculty of electrical engineering and information technologies for excelent teaching and the creation of the video excercises for the mandatory undergraduate class “Lineare Elektrische Netze”. The preis was given on the 14 of April 2016 during the annual ceremony of KIT.
http://www.kit.edu/foerdern/19689.php

2015

2nd place in student competition, DGBMT annual conference 2015, Lübeck,
Eike M. Wülfers, Zhasur Zhamoliddinov, Olaf Dössel and Gunnar Seemann: "Accelerating mono-domain cardiac electrophysiology simulations using OpenCL." Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 413–417, 2015. [url]
doi: 10.1515/cdbme-2015-0100

2014

Best Poster Presentation, Annual Conference of Computing in Cardiology, Boston, Gustavo Lenis
Submitted Paper: “Post Extrasystolic T Wave Change in Subjects With Structural Healthy Ventricles – Measurement and Simulation"

CC Studies Award, Coburger Convent, in recognition to his scientific achievements and for his contribution to the Coburger Convent, Gustavo Lenis

1st prize for the best poster presentation of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technologie has been awarded to Ms. Bhawna Verma at the 4th PhD Symposium, September 11th 2014.

1st place in student competition, DGBMT annual conference 2014, Hannover,
Y. T. Lutz, A. Loewe, M. Wilhelms, O. Dössel, G. Seemann.
Submitted paper: Specific antiarrhythmic therapy for familial atrial fibrillation in a numerical model of human atrial electrophysiology.

3rd place in student competition, DGBMT annual conference 2014, Hannover,
T. G. Oesterlein, G. Lenis; A. Luik, C. Schmitt, O. Dössel
Submitted paper: "Periodic component analysis to eliminate ventricular far field artifacts in unipolar atrial electrograms of patients suffering from atrial flutter"

Young Investigator Award at the 41. Tagung International Congress on Electrocardiology in Bratislava, 2014.
T. G. Oesterlein, G. Lenis; A. Luik, B. Verma, C. Schmitt, O. Dössel
Submitted paper: "Removing Ventricular Far Field Artifacts in Intracardiac Electrograms during Stable Atrial Flutter using the Periodic Component Analysis – Proof of Concept Study"

3rd place in the student presentation competition at the workshop "Innovative Verarbeitung bioelektrischer und biomagnetischer Signale - BBS 2014" by Nicolas Pilia, Gustavo Lenis, Olaf Dössel with the
submitted paper: "Developing a new method to delineate the P wave using information from intracardiac electrograms"

2013

KIT Doktorandenpreis 2013 im Kompetenzbereich Angewandte Lebenswissenschaften
Dr. Ing. Martin Krüger with his Dissertation: Personalized Multi-Scale Modeling of the Atria: Heterogeneities, Fiber Architecture, Hemodialysis and Ablation Therapy

Best graduate student poster award at the Cardiac Physiome Workshop in Bar Harbor, USA, 2013
Axel Loewe, Mathias Wilhelms, Jochen Schmid, Mathias J. Krause, Fathima Fischer, Eberhard P. Scholz, Olaf Dössel, Gunnar Seemann
"A Hybrid Optimization Approach for the Adaptation of Cardiac Ion Current Formulations"

2nd place in student competition, BMT, 2013 Graz, Axel Loewe, Mathias Wilhelms, Fathima Fischer, Eberhard P. Scholz, Olaf Dössel, Gunnar Seemann,
Submitted paper: "Impact of hERG Mutations on Simulated Human Atrial Action Potentials"

2012

3rd place in student competition, BMT, 2012 Jena, A. Dorn, M. W. Krueger, G. Seemann, and O. Dössel,
Eingereichte Arbeit: "Modelling of heterogeneous human atrial electrophysiology"

Preis der Stiftung Familie Klee 2012Herr Dr. Frank Weber
"Computersimulation von Vorhofflimmern im menschlichen Herz"

Preis der Stiftung Familie Klee 2012 2. Platz, Herr Dr. David Keller
"Multiscale Modeling of the Ventricles"

Fakultäts-Lehrpreis 2012 der Fakultät für Elektro- und Informationstechnik, Herr Prof. Dr. Olaf DösselHerr Dr. Tobias Baas"
"Projektgruppe LENlab"

Preis für bestes Poster im Rahmen der Tagung Computers in Cardiology in Krakau: W. H. W. SchulzeD. PotyagayloO. Dössel
Activation Time Imaging in the Presence of Myocardial Ischemia: Choice of Initial Estimates for Iterative Solvers; Computing in Cardiology (accepted), 2012

2011

Preis für bestes Poster im Rahmen der Tagung Computers in Cardiology in Hangzhou: A. LoeweW. H. W. SchulzeYuan JiangM. WilhelmsO. Dössel
Determination of optimal electrode positions of a wearable ECG monitoring system for detection of myocardial ischemia: a simulation study; Computing in Cardiology, vol. 38, pp. 741 - 744, 2011

Young Investigator Award im Rahmen der Tagung International Congress on Electrocardiology in Kingston: W. H. W. SchulzeM. W. Krueger, K. Rhode, R. Razavi, O. Dössel
Critical times based activation time imaging; Proc. 38th International Congress on Electrocardiology (Young Investigator Award), 2011

2010

3. Preis im Studentenwettbewerb, BMT, 2010 Rostock, Maximilian Fütterer, Biomedizinische Technik,
Eingereichte Arbeit: "Influence of RF-excitation patterns during Magnetic Resonance Imaging on heating at the tip of pacemaker electrodes"

Finalist im Young Investigator Award, Computing in Cardiology, CinC, 2010, Belfast, Mathias Wilhelms,
"Simulating the Impact of the Transmural Extent of Acute Ischemia on the Electrocardiogram"

2009

Beste mündliche Präsentation, 1. Preis, KIT PhD Symposium Award 2009, Julia Bohnert,
Titel: "Induced Current Densities and SAR in the Human Body by Strong Magnetic Fields around 100 kHz"

Doktorandenstipendium der Deutschen Telekom Stiftung 2009, Julia Bohnert

Chinese National Award for Qutstanding Self-financed Chinese Students Study Abroad 2009, Dr.-Ing. Yuan Jiang

Erna Scheffler Preis 2009, Frau Dr.-Ing. Nicole Kikillus

2008:

Südwestmetall Preis 2008, Frau Dr.-Ing. Nicole Kikillus

Fresenius Erfinderpreis 2008, 1. Platz, Frau Dr.-Ing. Nicole Kikillus

Fresenius Erfinderpreis 2008, 3. Platz, Herr Dr.-Ing. Marc Jäger

Preis der Stiftung Familie Klee 2008, Herr Dr.-Ing. Matthias Reumann
Submitted PhD thesis: M. Reumann. Computer Assisted Optimisation of Non-Pharmacological Treatment of Congestive Heart Failure and Supraventricular Arrhythmia. 2007. Ph.D. Thesis.

Wolfang-Trautwein-Forschungspreis 2008 der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kardiologie, Herz- und Kreislaufforschung, Herr Dr.-Ing. Matthias Reumann

Third place of the Young Investigators Award at the IEEE-EMBC2008 - Vancouver-Canada
Submitted thesis: R. Miri, M. Reumann, D. Keller, D. Farina, O. Dössel
Comparison of the Electrophysiologically Based Optimization Methods with Different Pacing Parameters in Patient Undergoing Resynchronization Treatment

2007

Erna-Scheffler-Preis:
J. F. BohnertA. Khawaya, und O. Dössel.
Auszeichnung der Diplomarbeit mit dem Titel "ECG Segmentation Using Wavelet Transformation"

2006:

DGBMT-Award 2006 of the Foundation-Family-Klee for the advancement of scientific procreation
Submitted PhD thesis:
G. Seemann: Modeling of Electrophysiology and Tension Development in the Human Heart. Universitätsverlag Karlsruhe, ISBN 3-937300-66-X, 2005. Online

Best poster award
On the conference Computers in Cardiologie in Valencia the following presentation won the price for the best poster:
G. Seemann, D. U. J. Keller, D. L. Weiss, and O. Dössel.
Modeling Human Ventricular Geometry and Fiber Orientation based on Diffusion Tensor MRI. In Proc. Computers in Cardiology, volume 33, pages 801-804, Sep. 2006

2. Preis des Kenichi Harumi Young Investigator’s Award
M. Reumann, J. Bohnert, B. Osswald, S. Hagl, and O. Dössel.
„The role of conduction delay and complex anatomical structures in the initiation and maintenance of atrial fibrillation“
33. International Congress on Electrocardiology

2004:

1. Preis Best Poster Presentation
Physiological Society award at the retirement meeting of Denis Noble in Oxford in October 2004:
G. Seemann, F. B. Sachse, O. Dössel, A V. Holden, M. R. Boyett, and H. Zhang.
„3D anatomical and electrophysiological model of human sinoatrial node and atria“
In J. Physiol, PC26, 2004

2003:

1. Preis Best Poster Presentation
17th International Congress on Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, London, UK, 2003
Wahju Sediono, O. Dössel.
"The effect of spatio-temporal forces on various hyperelastic ventricle models"
H.U. Lemke et. al (eds): CARS 2003 - Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, pp. 1400, Elsevier Science BV, Amsterdam, 2003.

2002:

1. Preis Young Investigator Competition
XXIX th Int. Congress on Electrocardiology and the 4th Int. Conference on Bioelectromagnetism, Montreal, Canada, 2002
M. Nalbach, O. Skipa, O. Dössel.
"Investigation of the source spaces of ECG electrode arrangements"
International Journal of Bioelectromagetism, No. 2, vol. 4, pp. 241-242, 2002

1. Preis Best Poster Presentation
Computers in Cardiology CinC2002, Memphis, USA, 2002
M. Nalbach, O. Skipa, F. B. Sachse, O. Dössel.
"Investigation of the source space of ECG and MCG using isotropic and anisotropic thorax models"
IEEE Computers in Cardiology CinC2002, Memphis, USA, pp. 501-504, 2002

3. Preis Young Investigator Competition
XXIX th Int. Congress on Electrocardiology and the 4th Int. Conference on Bioelectromagnetism, Montreal, Canada, 2002
O. Skipa, M. Nalbach, F. Sachse, C. Werner, O. Dössel.
"Transmembrane potential reconstruction in anisotropic heart model."
International Journal of Bioelectromagetism, vol. 4, pp. 17-18, 2002

2001:

Best poster award
On the conference Computers in Cardiologie in Rotterdam the following presentation won the price for the best poster:
G. Seemann, F. B. Sachse, C. Riedel, C. D. Werner, and O. Dössel.
Regional and frequency dependencies of force development in the myocardium: A simulation study. In Proc. Computers in Cardiology, volume 28, pages 345-348, Sep. 2001.

2000:

BMBF Preis
Preis des Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung
Ideenwettbewerb Virtuelle und Erweiterte Realität
F. B. Sachse, O. Dössel, W. Bauer, and M. Meesmann 

2005

Im Rahmen der 14th International Conference of Medical Physics und der 39th Annual Conference of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering vom 14.-17. September 2005 in Nürnberg haben folgende Studenten vom IBT einen Preis für Ihre Diplomarbeit gewonnen:

1. Preis
"Computer-Aided Evaluation and Optimisation of Biventricular Pacing for Patients with Congestive Heart Failure"
von Frau Dipl. Ing. Katrin Nissen geb. Albrecht

3. Preis
„Simulated Electromechanical Heterogeneity in Human Left Ventricle“
von Frau Dipl.-Ing. Hao Chen.

3. Preis
„A Method for Detection of Human Vital Signs Using Magnetic Induction ImpedancPe Measurements“
von Herrn Dipl.-Ing. Marco Völker

2003

Im Rahmen der Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der Österreichischen, Deutschen und Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Biomedizinische Technik vom 25.-27. September 2003 in Salzburg haben folgende Studenten vom IBT einen Preis für Ihre Diplomarbeit oder Studienarbeit gewonnen:

1. Preis

Kategorie "Modellierung - Fibrillation/Defibrillation "
D. L. Weiß, G. Seemann, F. B. Sachse and O. Dössel. Investigation of electrophysiological heterogeneity and anisotropy across the human ventricular wall. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 48-1, pages 228-229, Sep. 2003.

2. Preis
Kategorie "Modellierung-Simulation I "C. Höper, G. Seemann, F. B. Sachse, H. Zhang and O. Dössel. 3D Computer Model of Human Atrial Anatomy and Electrophysiology. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 48-1, pages 2-3, Sep. 2003.

2. Preis Kategorie "Diagnostische Verfahren - Impedanz
M. Keppelen, C. H. Riedel and O. Dössel. Drift examination in magnetic induction impedance measurement. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 48-1, pages 328-329, Sep. 2003. 

2002

Im Rahmen der 36. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomedizinische Technik (DGBMT) im VDE vom 25.-27. September 2002 an der Universität Karlsruhe (TH) haben folgende Studenten vom IBT einen Preis für Ihre Diplomarbeit oder Studienarbeit gewonnen:
 

2. Preis
Kategorie "Studentenwettbewerb A
J. Rick, M.-A. Golombeck, and O. Dössel. Numerical calculations of switched magnetic field gradients during magnetic resonance imaging. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 47-1, pages 739-742, Sep. 2002. 

3. Preis
Kategorie "Studentenwettbewerb A
J. P. Thiele, M.-A. Golombeck, and O. Dössel. Thermal heating of human tissue induced by electromagnetic fiilds of magnetic resonance imaging. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 47-1, pages 743-746, Sep. 2002. 

3. Preis
Kategorie "Studentenwettbewerb A
B. Brückner, W. Sediono, and O. Dössel. System zur Simulation der Herzbewegung. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 47-1, pages 762-763, Sep. 2002. 

2001

Im Rahmen der 35. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomedizinische Technik (DGBMT) im VDE vom 19.-21. September 2001 Ruhr-Universität Bochum haben folgende Studenten vom IBT einen Preis für Ihre Diplomarbeit oder Studienarbeit gewonnen:

1. Preis
Kategorie "Simulation / Software I"
L.G. Blümcke, F. B. Sachse, G. Seemann, C. D. Werner, and O. Dössel.
Entwicklung eines schnellen Verfahrens zur Deformation im Herzen ausgehend von makroskopischen Modellen der Kraftentwicklung. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 46-1, pages 516-517 Sep. 2001.

1. Preis
Kategorie "Simulation / Software II"
S. Schubert, F. B. Sachse, Ingo H. de Boer, C. D. Werner, O. Dössel, and S. Kewitz.
Parametrisierung des Zellulären Automaten durch elektrische und morphologische Messungen am Langendorff-Präparat. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 46-1, pages 520-521, Sep. 2001.

2. Preis
Kategorie "Simulation / Software I"
D.L. Weiß, F. B. Sachse, C. D. Werner, G. Seemann, and O. Dössel.
Vergleich elektrophysiologischer Modelle bei simulierten atrialen Fibrillationen. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 46-1, pages 514-515, Sep. 2001. 

2. Preis
Kategorie "Simulation / Software II"
M. Jösel, F. B. Sachse, G. Seemann, C. D. Werner, and O. Dössel.
Simulation der Katheterisierung und Radio-Frequenz-Ablation in der Kardiologie mit einem haptischen Interface. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 46-1, pages 528-529, Sep. 2001. 

Siemens Technologiepreis
Auszeichnung der Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik für die beste Diplomarbeit im Bereich Informationstechnik:
G. Seemann Elektrische Erregungsausbreitung im Herzen ausgehend von elektrophysiologischen Zellmodellen: Erregungsausbreitung im Zellverband, Parametrisierung Zellulärer Automaten. Diploma Thesis, Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Aug. 2000.

2000

Im Rahmen der 34. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomedizinische Technik (DGBMT) haben folgende Studenten und Studentinnen vom IBT einen Preis für Ihre Diplomarbeit gewonnen:

1. Preis
G. Seemann, F. B. Sachse, C. D. Werner, and O. Dössel.
Parametrisierung Zellulärer Automaten der Erregungsausbreitung im Herzen ausgehend von elektrophysiologischen Zellmodellen. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 45-1, pages 481-482, Sep. 2000.

2. Preis
C.H. Riedel, F. B. Sachse, C. D. Werner, and O. Dössel.
Modellierung der Kopplung von elektrischer Erregung und mechanischer Kontraktion im Myocardium. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 45-1, pages 513-514, Sep. 2000.

2. Preis
P. Zerfass, F. B. Sachse, C. D. Werner, and O. Dössel.
Deformation of surface nets for interactive segmentation of tomographic data. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 45-1, pages 483-484, Sep. 2000. 

3. Preis
M. Liefländer, F. B. Sachse, C. D. Werner, and O. Dössel.
Haptische Interaktion mit oberflächen- und volumenorientierten Modellen. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 45-1, pages 523-524, Sep. 2000. 

1998

Im Rahmen der 32. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomedizinische Technik (DGBMT) hat folgender Student vom IBT einen Preis für seine Diplomarbeit gewonnen:

2. Preis
W. Maurer, I. H. de Boer, F. R. Schneider, and O. Dössel.
3D-Lokalisation von Elektroden auf und in dem menschlichen Körper ausgehend von biplanaren Röntgenaufnahmen. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 43-1, pages 474-475, 1998.

 

1997

Im Rahmen der 31. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomedizinische Technik (DGBMT) haben folgende Studenten vom IBT einen Preis gewonnen:

1. Preis
T. V. Franz, M. Müller, and K. Meyer-Waarden.
Erzeugung und Verfeinerung detaillierter Modelle des menschlichen Körpers. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 42-2, pages 145-146, 1997.

2. Preis
S. Wurtz, M. Müller, and K. Meyer-Waarden.
Untersuchung der sich bei der transthorakalen Defibrillation einstellenden elektrischen Feldverteilung in detaillierten Finite Elemente Modellen des menschlichen Körpers. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 42-2, pages 143-144, 1997.

 

1996

Im Rahmen der 30. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomedizinische Technik (DGBMT) hat folgender Student vom IBT einen Preis für seine Diplomarbeit gewonnen:

1. Preis
M. Glas, F. B. Sachse, M. Müller, and K. Meyer-Waarden.
Gewebesegmentation von multimodalen Aufnahmen des Menschen. In Biomedizinische Technik, volume 41, pages 388-389, 1996.