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Number of items: 13.

Gao, Jing and Strydom, M. and Weiland, Thomas and Wittig, Tilmann (2012):
Advanced Electromagnetic Field Solvers for Bio-Medical Applications.
In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA), [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gao, Jing (2012):
Generation of Postured Voxel-based Human Models Used for Electromagnetic Applications.
Darmstadt, TU Darmstadt, [Online-Edition: urn:nbn:de:tuda-tuprints-28668],
[Ph.D. Thesis]

Gao, Jing and Müller, Wolfgang F. O. and Greiner, Felix and Eicher, Dirk and Weiland, Thomas and Schlaak, Helmut F.
Schlaak, Helmut F. (ed.) (2011):
Combined Simulation of a Micro Permanent Magnetic Linear Contactless Displacement Sensor.
In: Proceedings of the Mikrosystemtechnik-Kongress 2011, Darmstadt, 10-12 Oktober 2011, VDE-Verlag, pp. 813-816, [Online-Edition: http://www.mikrosystemtechnik-kongress.de],
[Book Section]

Gao, Jing and Koch, Stephan and Munteanu, Irina and Weiland, Thomas (2011):
Blitze im Computer.
In: Thema forschen, Technische Universität Darmstadt, pp. 42-47, ISSN 1868-9035,
[Article]

Gao, Jing and Munteanu, Irina and Müller, Wolfgang Franz Otto and Weiland, Thomas (2011):
Generation of Postured Voxel-based Human Models for the Study of Step Voltage Excited by Lightning Current.
In: Advances in Radio Science, pp. 99-105, 9, [Article]

Gao, Jing and Munteanu, Irina and Suchanek, Sebastian and Müller, Wolfgang F. O. and Weiland, Thomas and Hinrichsen, Volker (2011):
Study on Step Voltage Caused by Lightning Current with Postured Voxel-based Human Body Models.
Wroclaw, Poland, In: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Computation in Electromagnetic, Wroclaw, Poland, 11-14 April 2011, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gao, Jing and Müller, Wolfgang F. O. and Greiner, Felix and Eicher, Dirk and Weiland, Thomas and Schlaak, Helmut F. (2010):
Combined Simulation of a Micro Permanent Magnetic Linear Contactless Displacement Sensor.
In: Sensors, pp. 8424-8436, 10, (9), [Article]

Gao, Jing and Müller, Wolfgang F. O. and Greiner, Felix and Eicher, Dirk and Weiland, Thomas and Schlaak, Helmut F.
Wiak, Stawomir and Napieralska-Juszczak, Ewa (eds.) (2010):
Combined Simulation of Micro Permanent Magnetic Linear Contactless Displacement Sensor.
In: Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics: Computer Field Models of Electromagnetic Devices, Amsterdam, Netherlands, IOS Press, pp. 861-873, [Book Section]

Gao, Jing and Müller, Wolfgang Franz Otto and Greiner, Felix and Eicher, Dirk and Weiland, Thomas and Schlaak, Helmut F. (2010):
Combined Simulation of Micro Permanent Magnetic Linear Contactless Displacement Sensor.
In: IOS Press, pp. 8425-8436, [Article]

Gao, Jing and Munteanu, Irina and Müller, Wolfgang Franz Otto and Weiland, Thomas (2010):
Generation of Postured Voxel-Based Human Models for the Study of Step Voltage Excited by Lightning Current.
In: Kleinheubacher Berichte, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gao, Jing and Munteanu, Irina and Mueller, Wolfgang F. O. and Weiland, Thomas (2010):
Generation of postured voxel-based human models for the study of step voltage excited by lightning current.
In: Kleinheubacher Tagung 2010 (KH2010), Miltenberg, Germany, October 04-06, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gao, Jing and Müller, Wolfgang F. O. and Greiner, Felix and Eicher, Dirk and Weiland, Thomas and Schlaak, Helmut F. (2009):
Combined simulation of micro permanent magnetic linear contactless displacement sensor.
In: International Symposium on Electromagnetic Fields, ISEF 2009, Book of digests, ISEF 09, ARRAS (France), [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gao, Jing and Müller, Wolfgang F. O. and Weiland, Thomas (2009):
Design and Simulation of Micro-PLCD Sensor Based on CST EM Studio.
In: First International Workshop on Computational Engineering, Herrsching, Germany, October 12-14, [Conference or Workshop Item]

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