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  1. Optical levitation and feedback cooling of a nanoparticle at subwavelength distances from a membrane 

    Diehl, Rozenn; Hebestreit, Erik; Reimann, Rend; et al. (2018)
    PHYSICAL REVIEW A
    Journal Article
  2. A data collection of critical chloride contents for steel corrosion in concrete 

    Boschmann Käthler, Carolina; Angst, Ueli; Elsener, Bernhard (2018)
    Data Collection
  3. Multispectral camera fusion increases robustness of ROI detection for biosignal estimation with nearables in real-world scenarios 

    Scebba, Gaetano; Tüshaus, Laura; Karlen, Walter (2018)
    Proceedings of the Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBS 2018
    Thermal cameras enable non-contact estimation of the respiratory rate (RR). Accurate estimation of RR is highly dependent on the reliable detection of the region of interest (ROI), especially when using cameras with low pixel resolution. We present a novel approach for the automatic detection of the human nose ROI, based on facial landmark detection from an RGB camera that is fused with the thermal image after tracking. We evaluated the ...
    Conference Paper
  4. Notch2 Signaling Regulates Id4 and Cell Cycle Genes to Maintain Neural Stem Cell Quiescence in the Adult Hippocampus 

    Zhang, Runrui; Boareto, Marcelo; Engler, Anna; et al. (2018)
    SSRN Electronic Journal
    Neural stem cells (NSCs) in the adult hippocampal dentate gyrus (DG) can be quiescent or proliferative, but how they are maintained is largely unknown. With age DG NSCs become increasingly dormant, which impinges on neuron generation. We addressed how NSC activity is controlled and found that Notch2 promotes quiescence by regulating their transition to the activated state. Notch2-ablation induces cell cycle genes and markers of active ...
    Working Paper
  5. Rietholzbach catchment data (Hirschi et al. 2017, HESS) corrigendum 

    Hirschi, Martin; Michel, Dominik; Lehner, Irene; et al. (2018)
    Data Collection

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