Jaakko Malmivuo
Doctor of Technology/Philosophy/Medicine Theses
Supervised at Tampere University of Technology

Full Information of the Doctoral Theses


  1. Eskola, Hannu. On the Properties of Vector Magnetocardiographic Leads. 1983,


  2. Lekkala, Jukka. On the Design and Properties of a Magnetocardiographic Instrumentation. 1984,


  3. Sievänen, Harri. Development and Evaluation of the Multivariate ST/HR-Analysis for the Assessment of Myocardial Ischemia. 1991,

  4. Nousiainen, Juha. Behavior of the Vector Magnetocardiogram in Normal Subjects and in some Abnormal Cases. 1991,


  5. Oja, Sakari. Vector Magnetocardiogram in Myocardial Disorders. (M.D., University of Tampere) 1993,

  6. Leskinen, Timo. Evaluation of the Load on the Spine Based on a Dynamic Biomechanical Model, Electromyographic Activity on Back Muscles, and Changes in Stature. 1993,


  7. Hyttinen, Jari. Development of Regional Aimed ECG Leads Especially for Myocardial Ischemia Diagnosis. 1994,


  8. Mäkelä, Kari. Quantification and Calibration of Clinical Neurophysiological Studies of the Visual System. 1996,


  9. Lehtinen, Rami. Improved Detection of Coronary Artery Disease by Computerized ST-Segment Depression/Heart Rate Analysis of the Exercise Electrocardiogram. 1997,


  10. Kauppinen, Pasi. Application of Lead Field Theory in the Analysis and Development of Impedance Cardiography. 1999,


  11. Viik, Jari. Diagnostic Properties of Exercise Electrocardiographic Leads in the Detection of Coronary Artery Disease. 2000,


  12. Väisänen, Outi. Multichannel EEG Methods to Improve the Spatial Resolution of Cortical Potential Distribution and the Signal Quality of Deep Brain Sources. 2008,


  13. Kybartaite, Asta. Impact of Modern Educational Technologies on Learning Outcomes: Application for e-Learning in Biomedical Engineering. 2010,

  14. Wendel, Katrina. The Influence of Tissue Conductivity and Head Geometry on EEG-Measurement Sensitivity Distributions. 2010,