Brain and Human Body Modeling 2020
Computational Human Models Presented at EMBC 2019 and the BRAIN Initiative (R) 2019 Meeting
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Describes computational human body phantom construction and application;
Explains new practices in computational human body modeling for electromagnetic safety and exposure evaluations;
Includes a survey of modern applications for which computational human phantoms are critical.
Gregory Noetscher is a senior research electrical engineer with the US Army at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center in Natick, MA, having worked on and coordinated a variety of experimental and simulation projects related to precision guided cargo airdrop since 2003. His research interests since 2009 have also included the construction and application of highly non-homogeneous human body phantoms. Dr. Noetscher also serves as a Research Scientist at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, participating and directing research on human phantom creation and application. He is a member of the IEEE and has published over 50 conference and journal articles, one textbook, and holds two active patents with three pending.