Fysiikan laitos
Department of Physics

Julkaisut 2006
Publications 2006

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1 Allan JD et al. Size and composition measurements of background aerosol and new particle growth in a Finnish forest during QUEST 2 using an Aerodyne Aerosol Mass Spectrometer.
2 Amberla T et al. Pulsed laser deposition with a high average power fiber laser.
3 Arridge SR et al. Reconstruction of subdomain boundaries of piecewise constant coefficients of the radiative transfer equation from optical tomography data.
4 Arridge SR et al. Approximation errors and model reduction with an application in optical diffusion tomography.
5 Brommer H et al. In situ and ex vivo evaluation of an arthroscopic indentation instrument to estimate the health status of articular cartilage in the equine metacarpophalangeal joint.
6 Calvetti D et al. Aristotelian prior boundary conditions.
7 Diamond SG et al. Dynamic physiological modeling for functional diffuse optical tomography.
8 Laaksonen A, Kulmala M. Hydroscopic properties of ultrafine aerosol particles in the boreal forest: diurnal variation, solubility and the influence of sulfuric acid.
9 Grachev AI et al. Photogalvanic effect induced by an electric field.
10 Hakulinen M. Prediction of Density, Structure and Mechanical Properties of Trabecular Bone Using Ultrasound and X-Ray Techniques.
11 Hakulinen MA et al. Ultrasonic characterization of human trabecular bone microstructure.
12 Hamed A et al. Characterization of new particle formation events in highly polluted area.
13 Hamed A et al. Correlation of nucleation events with environmental variables in highly polutted area, Po Valley, Italy.
14 Hamed A et al. Nucleation and growth of new particles in Po Valley, Italy.
15 Heikkilä J, Hynynen K. Simulations of localized harmonic motion imaging for ultrasound surgery monitoring.
16 Heikkilä J, Hynynen K. Investigation of optimal method for inducing harmonic motion in tissue using a linear ultrasound phased array - a simulation study.
17 Heikkilä J et al. Simulations of localized harmonic motions on a blood vessel wall induced by an acoustic radiation force used in ultrasound elastography.
18 Heikkinen LM et al. Real time three-dimensional electrical impedance tomography applied in multiphase flow imaging.
19 Hiltunen LJ et al. An apparatus for studying vapor adsorption on nanoparticles.
20 Hiltunen LJ et al. A new method for studying vapor adsorption on nanoparticles.
21 Hiltunen LJ et al. A novel method for measuring vapor adsorption on nanoparticles.
22 Holm A et al. Relationship of P300 single-trial responses with reaction time and preceding stimulus sequence.
23 Huttunen JMJ et al. Determination of heterogeneous thermal parameters using ultrasound induced heating and MR thermal mapping.
24 Joutsensaari J et al. Formation of secondary organic aerosols by ozonolysis of plant-released volatiles.
25 Kaipio Jari. Tilastolliset inversio-ongelmat ja mallinnukseen liittyvät ongelmat.
26 Kamshilin AA et al. Computer controlled light source for spectral analysis.
27 Kamshilin AA et al. Computer acquisition of 3D images utilizing dynamic speckles.
28 Kervella M et al. Computational hybrid models for photon migration in biological tissues.
29 Kiviranta P et al. Collagen network primarily controls Poisson's ratio of bovine articular cartilage in compression.
30 Klein M et al. Laser based online monitoring of eccentricity and wall thickness of seamless tube.
31 Kokkola H et al. On the hygroscopic growth of ammoniated sulfate particles of non-stoichiometric composition.
32 Kokkola H et al. Cloud formation of particles containing humic-like substances.
33 Kolehmainen V et al. Parallelized Bayesian inversion for three-dimensional dental x-ray imaging.
34 Komppula M et al. Physical and chemical properties of aerosol particles and cloud droplets during the second Pallas Cloud experiment (Second PaCE).
35 Komppula M et al. Overview of the second Pallas cloud experiment (second pace).
36 Konttinen YT et al. Immunohistochemical evaluation of inflammatory mediators in failing implants.
37 Kopakkala-Tani M et al. Ultrasound stimulates proteoglycan synthesis in bovine primary chondrocytes.
38 Korhonen RK et al. Collagen network of articular cartilage modulates fluid flow and mechanical stresses in chondrocyte.
39 Kulmala M et al. Cluster activation theory as an explanation of the linear dependence between formation rate of 3 nm particles and sulphuric acid concentration.
40 Kulmala M et al. Deep convective clouds as aerosol production engines: role of insoluble organics.
41 Laasanen MS et al. Quantitative ultrasound imaging of spontaneous repair of porcine cartilage.
42 Lammentausta E et al. Prediction of mechanical properties of trabecular bone using quantitative MRI.
43 Lammentausta E et al. T2 relaxation time and delayed gadolinium-enhanced MRI of cartilage (dGEMRIC) of human patellar cartilage at 1.5 T and 9.4 T: relationships with tissue mechanical properties.
44 Lebedeva SA et al. Color representation by use of computercontrolled set of light emitting diodes.
45 Leppänen T et al. Mathematical modelling of moisture induced cockling of a paper sheet.
46 Ma G-F et al. Expression of ADAM9 (meltrin-y) around aseptically loosened total hip replacement implants .
47 Madetoja E et al. Issues related to the computer realization of a multidisciplinary and multiobjective optimization system.
48 Madetoja E, Mäkelä MM. On sensitivity analysis of nonsmooth multidisciplinary optimization problems in engineering process line applications.
49 Malinen M et al. Feedforward and feedback control of ultrasound surgery.
50 Matero S et al. Chemical space of orally active compounds.
51 McFiggans G et al. The effect of physical and chemical aerosol properties on warm cloud droplet activation.
52 Mervaala E. Lääkkeet ja intoksikaatio.
53 Miettinen M et al. Measurement of oedema in irritant-exposed skin by a dielectric technique.
54 Miettinen P et al. Particle formation by ozonolysis of inducible plant volatiles.
55 Mikkonen S et al. Using discriminant analysis as a nucleation event classification method.
56 Mikkonen S et al. Using discriminant analysis as a nucleation event classification method.
57 Mikkonen S et al. Modelling the size distribution of 3-50 Nm particles with generalized models.
58 Mäkinen RAE, Hämäläinen J. Optimal control of a turbulent fibre suspension flowing in a planar contraction.
59 Nieminen HJ et al. Acoustic properties articular cartilage under mechanical stress.
60 Nippolainen E et al. Optoelectronic phenomena based on electronic processes with participation of dipolar centers in crystal matrix.
61 Nippolainen E et al. Fast distance measurements based on dynamic speckles induced by acousto-optic scanning.
62 Nissi MJ et al. T2 relaxation time mapping reveals age- and species-related diversity of collagen network architecture in articular cartilage.
63 Olkkonen H et al. Hilbert transform assisted complex wavelet transform for neuroelectric signal analysis.
64 Pajander J et al. Liquid boundary movements in cylindrical and convex hydrophobic matrix tablets: effects on tablet cracking and drug release.
65 Papp A et al. Dielectric measurement in experimental burns: a new tool for burn depth determination.
66 Partanen J, Sainio K. Infektiot, metaboliset sairaudet ja dementiat.
67 Pulkkinen H et al. Cellulose sponge as a scaffold for cartilage tissue engineering.
68 Raamat R et al. Simultaneous application of differential servo-oscillometry and volume-clam plethysmography for continuous non-invasive recording of the finger blood pressure response to a hand postural change.
69 Raatikainen T et al. Composition of ambient aerosols during one nucleation and growth event in Hyytiälä, Finland.
70 Randell KM et al. Fracture risk and bone density of peri- and early postmenopausal women with uterine leiomyomas.
71 Ranta-aho PO et al. On correlation between single-trial ERP and GSR responses: a principal component regression approach.
72 Riekkinen O et al. Influence of overlying soft tissues on trabecular bone acoustic measurement at various ultrasound frequencies.
73 Kulmala M et al. Connections between atmospheric sulphuric acid and new particle formation during QUEST lll-iV campaigns in Heidelberg and Hyytiälä.
74 Riipinen I et al. A method for determining thermophysical properties of organic material in aqueous solutions: succinic acid.
75 Rikkonen T et al. Distance of walking in childhood and femoral bne density in perimenopausal women.
76 Romakkaniemi S et al. The influence of nitric acid on the cloud processing of aerosol particles.
77 Romashko RV et al. Adaptive fiber-optic interferometer with CdTe crystal for vibrations measurement .
78 Romashko RV et al. Adaptive fiber-optic vibration sensor based on CdTe crystal.
79 Romashko RV et al. Adaptive fiber-optic interferometer for ultra-small dynamic deformation measurement.
80 Romashko RV et al. Adaptive interferometer on base of anisotropic diffraction from photorefractive reflection hologram (in Russian).
81 Romashko RV et al. Optimal geometry for fast hologram recording in photorefractive crystal.
82 Ruuskanen AR et al. Using process tomography as a sensor for optimal control.
83 Ruuskanen AR et al. Optimal actuator placement for controlling concentration profiles via process tomography.
84 Saarakkala S et al. Quantitative ultrasound imaging detects degenerative changes in articulas cartilage surface and subchondral bone.
85 Saikkonen T, Hämäläinen J. Modelling of fibre orientation in the headbox jet.
86 Schweiger M et al. Reconstructing absorption and diffusion shape profiles in optical tomography by a level set technique.
87 Semenov DV et al. Accuracy and resolution of a dynamic-speckle profilometer.
88 Semenov DV et al. Fast dynamic-speckles distance sensor independent of object motion.
89 Semenov DV et al. Scanning ultra fast distance sensor based on acousto-optic deflection.
90 Semenov DV et al. An ultra-fast distance sensor based on dynamic specles generated by acousto-optic deflection.
91 Semenov DV et al. Surface profile acquisition using dynamic speckles.
92 Sierpowska J et al. Interrelationships between electrical proberties and microstructure of human trabecular bone.
93 Sihto S-L et al. Atmospheric sulphuric acid and aerosol formation: implications from atmospheric measurements for nucleation and early growth mechanisms.
94 Sipola P et al. Myocardial late gadolinium enhancement is associated with raised serum amino-terminal propeptide of type III collagen concentrations in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy attributable to the Asp175Asn mutation in the alpha tropomyosin gene:
95 Sirola J et al. Maintenance of muscle strength may counteract weight-loss-related postmenopausal bone loss - a population based approach.
96 Sirola J et al. Association of grip strength change with menopausal bone loss and related fractures: A population-based follow-up study.
97 Hamed A et al. Relation of air mass history to nucleation events in Po Valley, Italy, using back trajectories analysis.
98 Sorjamaa R, Laaksonen A. The influence of surfactant properties on critical supersaturations of cloud condensation nuclei.
99 Sorjamaa R, Laaksonen A. The effect of surfactant partitioning on critical supersaturation of cloud drops: a generalized approach.
100 Sorjamaa R, Laaksonen A. The influence of surface active compounds on critical supersaturation of cloud drops.
101 Sorvari J, Malinen M. Determination of the relaxation modulus of a linearly viscoelastic material.
102 Sorvari J et al. Finite ramp time correction method for non-linear viscoelastic material model.
103 Tarvainen MP et al. Time-varying analysis of heart rate variability signals with a Kalman smoother algorithm.
104 Tarvainen MP et al. Noise sensitivity of a principal component regression based RT interval variability estimation method.
105 Tarvainen MP et al. A principal component regression approach for estimating ventricular repolarization duration variability.
106 Tarvainen T. Computational Methods for Light Transport in Optical Tomography.
107 Tarvainen T et al. Finite element model for the coupled radiative transfer equation and diffusion approximation.
108 Tarvainen T. et al. Modeling photon migration in tissues with the coupled rediative transfer equation and diffusion approximation.
109 Tervo J et al. Optimization of radiation therapy dose delivery with multiple static collimation.
110 Tiitta M. Non-destructive Methods for Characterication of Wood Material.
111 Tiitta P et al. Determination of the chemical characteristics of particles from road-side measurements.
112 Tiitta P et al. Determination of the characteristics of ultrafine particles from road-side measurements.
113 Tiitta P et al. Road-side measurements of air ions.
114 Tissari JM et al. Fine particle emissions from milled peat production.
115 Tossavainen O-P et al. Free-surface and admittivity estimation in electrical impedence tomography.
116 Tossavainen O-P et al. Tracking of moving interfaces in sedimentation processes using electrical impedance tomography.
117 Tunved P et al. Is nucleation capable of explaining observed aerosol integral number increase during southerly transport over Scandinavia?
118 Tuppurainen H et al. Midbrain dopamine D2/3 receptor binding in schizophrenia.
119 Vaattovaara P et al. The composition of nucleation and Aitken modes particles during coastal nucleation events: evidence for marine secondary organic contribution.
120 Vaattovaara P et al. Marine secondary organic contribution to ultrafine particles.
121 Vaattovaara P et al. Evidence for marine secondary organic contribution to newly-formed nanometer-sized particles formation.
122 Vaattovaara P et al. Marine secondary organic contribution to coastal nucleation events.
123 Vasara AI et al. Immature porcine knee cartilage lesions show good healing with or without autologous chondrocyte transplantation.
124 Vauhkonen M. et al. Finite element approximations for the radiative transfer equation.
125 Virtanen H et al. Interaction of radio frequency electromagnetic fields and passive metallic implants - A brief review.
126 Winkler PM et al. Condensation of water vapor: experimental determination of mass and thermal accommodation coefficients.
127 Zacharopoulos A et al. 3D shape reconstruction in optical tomography using spherical harmonics and bem.
128 Zacharopoulos AD et al. Three-dimensional reconstruction of shape and piecewise constant region values for optical tomography using spherical harmonic parametrization and a boundary element method.

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