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TU Dresden
Dept. for Innovative
Methods of Computing
 
Robert Müller

Robert Müller has studied physics at the Technische Universität Dresden. He is now working on the mytome formation in zebrafish and, as member of the Chair of Materials Science and Nanotechnology, on the development of osteoporotic bone morphology.

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Publications of Robert Müller
2015
  • T. El Khassawna, W. Böcker, K. Brodsky, D. Weisweiler, P. Govindarajan, M. Kampschulte, U. Thormann, A. Henss, M. Rohnke, N. Bauer, R. Müller, A. Deutsch, A. Ignatius, L. Dürselen, A. Langheinrich, K. S. Lips, R. Schnettler, C. Heiss
    Impaired extracellular matrix structure resulting from malnutrition in ovariectomized mature rats
    Histochemistry and Cell Biology, 144, 2015 [DOI]

2014
  • S. Aland, C. Landsberg, R. Müller, F. Stenger, M. Bobeth, A. C. Langheinrich, A. Voigt
    Adaptive diffuse domain approach for calculating mechanically induced deformation of trabecular bone
    Comp. Meth. in Biomech. and Biomed. Eng., 17, 1, 31-38, 2014 [DOI]

  • R. Müller, M. Kampschulte, T. El Khassawna, G. Schlewitz, B. Hürter, W. Böcker, M. Bobeth, A. C. Langheinrich, C. Heiss, A. Deutsch, G. Cuniberti
    Change of mechanical vertebrae properties due to progressive osteoporosis: combined biomechanical and finite-element analysis within a rat model
    Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 52, 4, 405-414, 2014 [DOI]

  • K. Zhuravleva, R. Müller, L. Schultz, J. Eckert, M. Bobeth, G. Cuniberti
    Determination of the Young’s modulus of porous ß-type Ti–40Nb by finite element analysis
    J. Mat. Des. 64, 1-8, 2014 [DOI]

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