Publications

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J19 J. Weickenmeier, M. Jucker, A. Goriely, E. Kuhl. A physics-based model explains the prion-like features of neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 2018; doi:10.1016/j.jmps.2018.10.013
J18 J. Weickenmeier, E. Kuhl, A. Goriely. Multiphysics of Prionlike Diseases: Progression and Atrophy. Physical Review Letters 2018; 121:158101 (pdf)
J17 J. Weickenmeier, M. Kurt, E. Ozkaya, R. deRooij, T. Ovaert, R. Ehman, K. Butts-Pauly, E. Kuhl. Brain stiffens post mortem. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 2018; 84:88–98 (pdf)
J16 M. Pensalfini, J. Weickenmeier, M. Rominger, R. Santoprete, O. Distler, E. Mazza. Location-specific mechanical response and morphology of facial soft tissues. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 2018; 78:108–115 (pdf)
J15 J. Weickenmeier, C. Fischer, D. Carter, E. Kuhl, A. Goriely. Dimensional, Geometrical, and Physical Constraints in Skull Growth. Physical Review Letters 2017; 118:248101 (pdf)
J14 J. Weickenmeier, R. deRooij, S. Budday, T. Ovaert, E. Kuhl. The mechanical importance of myelination in the central nervous system. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 2017; 118:248101 (pdf)
J13 J. Weickenmeier, M. Kurt, E. Ozkaya, M. Wintermark, K. Pauly, E. Kuhl. Magnetic resonance elastography of the brain: A comparison between pigs and humans. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 2017; 118:248101 (pdf)
J12 J. Weickenmeier, M. Jabareen, B. LeRévérend, M. Ramaioli, E. Mazza. Experimental and numerical characterization of the mechanical masseter muscle response during biting. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 2017; 139:121007 (pdf)
J11 J. Weickenmeier, C. Butler, P. Young, A. Goriely, E. Kuhl. The mechanics of decompressive craniectomy: Personalized simulations. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics And Engineering 2017; 314:180–195 (pdf)
J10 N. Brown, D. Bubeck, D. Haeufle, J. Weickenmeier, E. Kuhl, W. Alt, S. Schmitt. Weekly Time Course of Neuro-Muscular Adaptation to Intensive Strength Training. Frontiers in Physiology 2017; 8:329 (pdf)
J9 J. Weickenmeier, E. Kuhl, A. Goriely. The mechanics of decompressive craniectomy: Bulging in idealized geometries. Journal of the Mechanics And Physics of Solids 2016; 96:572–590 (pdf)
J8 J. Weickenmeier, P. Saez, C. Butler, P. Young, A. Goriely, E. Kuhl. Bulging brains. Journal of Elasticity 2017; 129:197–212 (pdf)
J7 A. Goriely, J. Weickenmeier, E. Kuhl. Stress singularities in swelling soft solids. Physical Review Letters 2016; 117:138001 (pdf)
J6 J. Weickenmeier, R. deRooij, S. Budday, P. Steinmann, T. Ovaert, E. Kuhl. Brain stiffness increases with myelin content. Acta Biomaterialia 2016; 42:265–272 (pdf)
J5 E. Lejeune, A. Javili, J. Weickenmeier, E. Kuhl, C. Linder. Tri-layer wrinkling as a mechanism for anchoring center initiation in the developing cerebellum. Soft Matter 2016; 12:5613–5620 (pdf)
J4 J. Weickenmeier, M. Jabareen, E. Mazza. Suction based mechanical characterization of superficial facial soft tissues. Journal of Biomechanics 2015; 48:4279–4286 (pdf)
J3 J. Weickenmeier, R. Wu, P. Lecomte-Grosbras, J. Witz, M. Brieu, S. Winklhofer, G. Andreisek, E. Mazza. Experimental characterization and simulation of layer interaction in facial soft tissues. International Symposium On Biomedical Simulation 2014; 6:233–241 (pdf)
J2 J. Weickenmeier, M. Jabareen. Elastic–viscoplastic modeling of soft biological tissues using a mixed finite element formulation based on the relative deformation gradient. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 2014; 30:1238–1262 (pdf)
J1 J. Weickenmeier, M. Itskov, E. Mazza, M. Jabareen. A physically motivated constitutive model for 3D numerical simulation of skeletal muscles. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering 2014; 30:545–562 (pdf)