Joris Dirckx
Joris Dirckx
University of Antwerp, Biomedical Physics, Full professor
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Real-time structured light profilometry: a review
S Van der Jeught, JJJ Dirckx
Optics and Lasers in Engineering 87, 18-31, 2016
An international review of laser Doppler vibrometry: Making light work of vibration measurement
SJ Rothberg, MS Allen, P Castellini, D Di Maio, JJJ Dirckx, DJ Ewins, ...
Optics and Lasers in Engineering 99, 11-22, 2017
Volume shrinkage of bone, brain and muscle tissue in sample preparation for micro-CT and light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM)
J Buytaert, J Goyens, D De Greef, P Aerts, J Dirckx
Microscopy and microanalysis 20 (4), 1208-1217, 2014
Full-field thickness distribution of human tympanic membrane obtained with optical coherence tomography
S Van der Jeught, JJJ Dirckx, JRM Aerts, A Bradu, AG Podoleanu, ...
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 14 (4), 483-494, 2013
Refractive index of tissue measured with confocal microscopy
JJ Dirckx, LC Kuypers, WF Decraemer
Journal of biomedical optics 10 (4), 044014, 2005
Phase shift method based on object translation for full field automatic 3-D surface reconstruction from moire topograms
JJJ Dirckx, WF Decraemer, G Dielis
Applied Optics 27 (6), 1164-1169, 1988
Thickness distribution of fresh and preserved human eardrums measured with confocal microscopy
LC Kuypers, WF Decraemer, JJJ Dirckx
Otology & Neurotology 27 (2), 256-264, 2006
Three-dimensional modelling of the middle-ear ossicular chain using a commercial high-resolution X-ray CT scanner
WF Decraemer, JJJ Dirckx, WRJ Funnell
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 4 (2), 250-263, 2003
Shape and derived geometrical parameters of the adult, human tympanic membrane measured with a phase-shift moire interferometer
WF Decraemer, JJJ Dirckx, WRJ Funnell
Hearing research 51 (1), 107-121, 1991
Human tympanic membrane deformation under static pressure
JJJ Dirckx, WF Decraemer
Hearing research 51 (1), 93-105, 1991
Mechanical properties of human tympanic membrane in the quasi-static regime from in situ point indentation measurements
J Aernouts, JRM Aerts, JJJ Dirckx
Hearing research 290 (1-2), 45-54, 2012
Deep neural networks for single shot structured light profilometry
S Van der Jeught, JJJ Dirckx
Optics express 27 (12), 17091-17101, 2019
Viscoelastic properties of the human tympanic membrane studied with stroboscopic holography and finite element modeling
D De Greef, J Aernouts, J Aerts, JT Cheng, R Horwitz, JJ Rosowski, ...
Hearing research 312, 69-80, 2014
Design and quantitative resolution measurements of an optical virtual sectioning three-dimensional imaging technique for biomedical specimens, featuring two-micrometer slicing …
JAN Buytaert, JJ Dirckx
Journal of biomedical optics 12 (1), 014039, 2007
Effect of middle ear components on eardrum quasi-static deformation
JJJ Dirckx, WF Decraemer
Hearing research 157 (1-2), 124-137, 2001
Displacement of the gerbil tympanic membrane under static pressure variations measured with a real-time differential moire interferometer
M Von Unge, WF Decraemer, D Bagger-Sjöbäck, JJ Dirckx
Hearing research 70 (2), 229-242, 1993
Numerical assessment of TOAE screening results: currently used criteria and their effect on TOAE prevalence figures
JJJ Dirckx, K Daemers, T Somers, FE Offeciers, PJ Govaerts
Acta oto-laryngologica 116 (5), 672-679, 1996
Moiré profilometry using liquid crystals for projection and demodulation
JAN Buytaert, JJJ Dirckx
Optics Express 16 (1), 179-193, 2008
Middle ear pressure regulation-complementary active actions of the mastoid and the Eustachian tube
M Gaihede, JJJ Dirckx, H Jacobsen, J Aernouts, M Søvsø, K Tveterås
Otology & Neurotology 31 (4), 603-611, 2010
Mechanical stress, fracture risk and beak evolution in Darwin's ground finches (Geospiza)
J Soons, A Herrel, A Genbrugge, P Aerts, J Podos, D Adriaens, Y De Witte, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
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