Journal Publications

2017

  1. Arun Nemani, Meryem Yucel, Uwe Kruger, Denise Gee, Clairice Cooper, Steven Schwaitzberg, Suvranu De, Xavier Intes (2017). Assessing bimanual motor skills with optical neuroimaging.

    bioRxiv 204305; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/204305

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Kartik Josyula, Rahul, Suvranu De (2017). A level set approach for shock-induced α-γ phase transition of RDX.

    Computational Mechanics

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Peng Q., Sun X., Wang H., Yang, Y., Wen, X., Huang, C., Liu, S., and De, S. (2017). Theoretical prediction of a graphene-like structure of Indium Nitride: a promising excellent material for optoelectronics.

    Applied Materials Today,(2017), 7,169-178.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. Dorozhkin D., Nemani, A., Roberts, K., Ahn, W., Halic, T., Dargar, S., Wang, J., Cao, C., Sankaranarayanan, G., and De, S. (2017). Face and content validation of a virtual transluminal endoscopic surgery trainer (VTESTTM).

    Surgical Endoscopy (2016) 30: 5529.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  5. Dorozhkin, D., Jones, D.B., Schwaitzberg, S.D., Jones, S.B., Cao, C.G.L., Molina, M., Henriques, S., Wang, J., Flinn, J. De, S., and Olasky, J. (2017). OR fire virtual training simulator: design and face validation.

    Surgical Endoscopy (2017) 31: 3527.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  6. Di Qi, Karthikeyan Panneerselvama, Woojin Ahn, Venkata Arikatla, Andinet Enquobahrie and Suvranu De (2017). Virtual interactive suturing for the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery (FLS).

    Journal of Biomedical Informatics, Volum 75, November 2017, Pages 48-62

    [Publication, Abstract]
  7. Wafaa Karaki, Ali Akyildiz, Suvranu De, and Diana-Andra Borca-Tasciuc (2017). Energy Dissipation in Ex Vivo Porcine Liver During Electrosurgery.

    IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 64(6), 1211-1217 (2017)

    [Publication, Abstract]
  8. Rahul and Suvranu De (2017). A multi-physics model for ultrasonically activated soft tissue.

    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 314, No. 1, pp. 71-84 (2017)

    [Publication, Abstract]
  9. Rahul and Suvranu De (2017). A phase-field model for shock-induced α-γ phase transition of RDX.

    International Journal of Plasticity 88, pp. 140-158 (2017)

    [Publication, Abstract]
  10. Hanglin Ye, and Suvranu De (2017). Thermal injury of skin and subcutaneous tissues: A review of experimental approaches and numerical models.

    Burns 43.5 (2017): 909-932

    [Publication, Abstract]

2016

  1. Wang, G., Liu, G.R., Peng, Q., and De, S. (2016). A SPH implementation with ignition and growth and afterburning models for aluminized explosives.

    International Journal of Computational Methods,(2017), 14, 1750046.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Demirel, D., Butler, K. L., Halic, T., Sankaranarayanan, G., Spindler, D., Cao, C., Petrusa, E., Molina, M., Jones, D. B., and De, S. (2016). A hierarchical task analysis of cricothyroidotomy procedure for a virtual airway skills trainer simulator.

    The American Journal of Surgery. 212(3), 475-484.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Kartik Josyula, Rahul, Suvranu De (2016). Quasi-static response and texture evolution of α- and γ-RDX: a comparative study.

    Philosophical Magazine 96, No. 17, pp. 1790-1808 (2016)

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. D. Dorozhkin, K. Roberts, W. Ahn, Tansel Halic, A. Nemani, J. Wang, C Cao, G. Sankaranarayanan, And S. De (2016). Face and content validation of a Virtual Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery Trainer (VTEST).

    Surgical endoscopy (2016): 1-8.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  5. Sankaranarayanan, G., Li, B., Miller, A., Wakily, H., Jones, S.B., Schwaitzberg, S., Jones, D.B., De, S. and Olasky, J. (2016). Face validation of the Virtual Electrosurgery Skill Trainer (VEST©).

    Surgical endoscopy, 30(2), pp.730-738.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  6. Dorozhkin, D., Olasky, J., Jones, D.B., Schwaitzberg, S.D., Jones, S.B., Cao, C.G., Molina, M., Henriques, S., Wang, J., Flinn, J. and De, S. (2016). OR fire virtual training simulator: design and face validity.

    Surgical endoscopy, pp.1-7.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2015

  1. Tansel Halic, Woojin Ahn, and Suvranu De (2015). Optimization model for web based multimodal interactive simulations.

    Expert Systems with Applications (Impact factor: 2.981), 42.12 (2015): 5245-5255.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. D. Demirel, K. L. Butler, Tansel Halic, G. Sankaranarayanan, D. Spindler, C. Cao, E. Petrusa, M. Molina, D. Jones, S. De (2015). A Hierarchical Task Analysis of Cricothyroidotomy Procedure for a Virtual Airway Skills Trainer (VAST) Simulator.

    The American Journal of Surgery, 2015.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2014

  1. Zhonghua Lu, Venkata S. Arikatla, Zhongqing Han, Brian F. Allen, Suvranu De (2014). A Physics-based Algorithm for Real-time Simulation of Electrosurgery Procedures in Minimally Invasive Surgery.

    The International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, Volume 10, Issue 4, December 2014, Pages 495–504

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Kartik Josyula, Rahul, Suvranu De (2014). Thermomechanical properties and equation of state for the γ-polymorph of hexahydro-1, 3, 5-trinitro-1, 3, 5-triazine.

    RSC Advances 4, No. 78, pp. 41491-9 (2014)

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Allen, B.F., Jones, D.B., Schwaitzberg, S.D. and Suvranu, D. (2014). Survey-based analysis of fundamental tasks for effective use of electrosurgical instruments.

    Surgical endoscopy, 28(4), pp.1166-1172.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2011

  1. Deo, D. and De, S. (2011). A physics-driven neural networks-based simulation system (PhyNNeSS) for multimodal interactive virtual environments involving nonlinear deformable objects.

    Presence (in press), submitted in 2009, revisions submitted in 2010, accepted in 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Zamiri, A. and De, S. (2011). Multiscale modeling of the anisotropic shock response of -HMX molecular polycrystals.

    special issue of Interactions and Multiscale Mechanics,: An International Journal, 4(2), 2011.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Sankaranarayanan, G., Adair, J., Halic, T., Gromski, M., Lu, Z., Ahn, W., Jones, D. and De, S. (2011). Validation of a novel laparoscopic adjustable gastric band simulator.

    Surgical Endoscopy, 25(4), 1012-1018, 2011.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. Krishna, S. and De, S. (2011). A temperature and rate-dependent micromechanical model of Molybdenum under neutron irradiation.

    Mechanics of Materials, 43, 99-110, 2011.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  5. Rahul, De, S. (2011). An efficient block preconditioner for Jacobian-free global-local multiscale methods.

    International journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 87(7), 639-663, 2011.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  6. Maciel, A., Sankaranarayanan, G., and De, S. (2011). Surgical model-view-controller simulation framework for local and collaborative applications.

    International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 6(4), 457-471, 2011.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  7. Zamiri, A., and De, S. (2011). Modeling the anisotropic deformation response of -HMX molecular crystals.

    Propellants, Explosives and Pyrotechnics, 36(3), 247-251, 2011.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  8. Zamiri, A., and De, S. (2011). Mechanical properties of hydroxyapatite single crystals from nanoindentation data.

    Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 4(2), 146-152, 2011. [among top 10 "hottest articles" of the year]

    [Publication, Abstract]

2010

  1. Halic, T., Sankaranarayanan, and De, S. (2010). GPU-based efficient and realistic techniques for bleeding and smoke generation in surgical simulators.

    International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 6(4), 431-443, 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Eom, J., Shi, C., Xu, X. G., and De, S. (2010). Predictive modeling of lung motion over the entire breathing cycle using measured pressure-volume data, 4D CT images, and finite element analysis.

    Medical Physics (in press), submitted in 2009, accepted in 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Deo, D. and De, S. (2010). A physics-driven neural networks-based simulation system (PhyNNeSS) for multimodal interactive virtual environments involving nonlinear deformable objects.

    Presence (in press), submitted in 2009, revisions submitted in 2010, accepted in 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. Adair, J., Gromski, M., Sankaranarayanan, G., De, S., and Jones, D. (2010). Simulation in laparoscopic bariatric surgery.

    Bariatric Times, 7(6), 10-12, 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  5. Krishna, S., Zamiri, A. and De, S. (2010). Dislocation and defect density-based micromechanical modeling of the mechanical behavior of FCC metals under neutron irradiation.

    Philosophical Magazine, 90 (30), 4013-4025, 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  6. Zamiri, A., and De, S. (2010). Modeling the mechanical response of tetragonal lysozyme crystals.

    Langmuir, 26(6), 4251-4257, 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  7. Lin, H., Sankaranarayanan, G., Arikatla V.S., Mulcare, M., Zhang, L., De, S., Cao C.G.L., Schneider, B., Derevianko, A., Lim, R., Schwaitsberg, S., and Jones, D.B. (2010). Preliminary face and construct validation study of a virtual basic laparoscopic skill trainer.

    Journal of Laparoendoscopic and Advanced Surgical Techniques, 20(2), 153-157, 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  8. Zamiri, A., and De, S. (2010). Deformation distribution maps of b-HMX molecular crystals.

    Physics D: Applied Physics, 43(3), 35404-35410, 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  9. Conde, J., De, S., Hall, R., Johansen, E., Meglan, D., and Peng, G. (2010). Telehealth innovations in health education and training.

    Telemedicine and E-Health, 16(1), 2010.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2009

  1. Rahul, De, S. (2009). An efficient coarse-grained parallel algorithm for matrix-free global-local multiscale computations on massively parallel systems.

    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 82(3), 379-402, 2009.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Maciel, A., Halic, T., Nedel, N.P. and De, S. (2009). Using PhysX for virtual surgery with force feedback.

    International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 5(3), 341-353, 2009.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Lim, Y.J., Deo, D., Singh, T.P., Jones, D.B., De, S. (2009). In situ measurement and modeling of biomechanical response of human cadaveric soft tissues for use in physics-based laparoscopic surgical simulation.

    Surgical Endoscopy, 23(6), 1298-1307, 2009.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. De, S. and Johnson, C. (2009). Special issue Preface: Computational Bioengineering.

    Engineering with Computers, 25(1), 1-2, 2009.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  5. Banihani, S. and De, S. (2009). A comparison of some model order reduction methods for fast simulation of soft tissue response using the point collocation-based method of finite spheres (PCMFS).

    Engineering with Computers, 25(1), 37-47, 2009.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2008

  1. Kim, J., Ahn, B., De, S. and Srinivasan, M.A. (2008). An efficient soft tissue characterization algorithm from in vivo indentation experiments for medical simulations.

    International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 4, 277-285, 2008.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Maciel, A. and De, S. (2008). An efficient dynamic point algorithm for line-based collision detection in real time virtual environments involving haptics.

    Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, 19, 151-163, 2008.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Maciel, A., Liu, Y., Ahn, W., Singh, T.P., Dunnican, W. And De, S. (2008). Development of the VBLaSTTM: A Virtual Basic Laparoscopic Skill Trainer.

    International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 3, 131-138, 2008.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. Banihani, S. and De, S. (2008). Method of finite spheres solution of micron-scale plasticity based on strain gradient formulation.

    Computers & Structures, 86(23), 2109-2122, 2008.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  5. Macri, M. and De, S. (2008). An octree partition of unity method (OctPUM) with enrichments for multiscale modeling of heterogeneous media.

    Computers & Structures, 86(7-8), 780-795, 2008.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2007

  1. Kim, J., Choi, C., De, S. and Srinivasan, M.A. (2007). Virtual surgery simulation for medical training using multi-resolution organ models.

    International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 3(2), 149-158, 2007.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. De, S., Guilak, F. and Mofrad, M.R.K. (2007). Special issue preface: Computational Bioengineering.

    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 196, 31-32, 2963-2964, 2007.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Macri, M. and De, S. (2007). Enrichment of the method of finite spheres using geometry independent localized scalable bubbles.

    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 69(1), 1-32, 2007.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. Banihani, S., and De, S. (2007). On the evaluation of the method of finite spheres for the solution of Reissner-Mindlin plate problems using the numerical inf-sup test.

    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 70(11), 1366-1386, 2007.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  5. Lim, Y.J. and De, S. (2007). On Some Recent Advances in Multimodal Surgery Simulation: A Hybrid Approach to Surgical Cutting and the Use of Video Images for Enhanced Realism.

    Presence, 16(6), 563-583, 2007. [Top 10 most downloaded articles. This article was also featured on the cover of the journal, Dec 2007 issue]

    [Publication, Abstract]
  6. Lim, Y.J. and De, S. (2007). Physically realistic virtual surgery: modeling nonlinear tissue response using a point-associated finite field (PAFF) approach.

    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 196(31-32), 3011-3024, 2007.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2006

  1. Bjornsson, C.S., Oh, S.J., Al-Kofahi, Y.A., Lim, Y.J, Smith, K.L., Turner, J.N., De, S., Roysam, B., Shain, W.,Kim, S.J. (2006). Effects of insertion conditions on tissue strain and vascular damage during neuroprosthetic device insertion.

    Journal of Neural Engineering 3(3), 196-207, 2006.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Banihani, S. and De, S. (2006). A computationally efficient technique for the solution of Timoshenko beam and Mindlin-Reissner plate problems using the method of finite spheres.

    International Journal of Computational Methods 3(4), 465-501, 2006

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Banihani, S. and De, S. (2006). Development of a genetic algorithm-based lookup table approach for efficient numerical integration in the method of finite spheres with application to the solution of beam and plate problems.

    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 67(2), 1700-1729, 2006

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. De, S., Lim, Y.-J. and Srinivasan, M.A. (2006). Physically realistic virtual surgery using the point-associated finite field (PAFF) approach.

    Presence, 15(3), 294-308, 2006.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2005

  1. Macri, M., Tichy, J. and De, S. (2005). Some examples of the method of finite spheres with enrichment.

    International Journal of Computational Methods, invited paper, 2(4), 517-541, 2005.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. Aslam, A. and De, S. (2005). A comparison of several numerical methods for the solution of the convection-diffusion equation using the method of finite spheres.

    Computational Mechanics, 36(5), 398-407, 2005.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Idelsohn, S., De, S. and Orkisz, J. (2005). Special Issue Preface: Meshfree Methods.

    83, 17-18, 1365, 2005.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  4. De, S., Kim, J., Lim, Y.-J., and Srinivasan, M. A. (2005). Point collocation-based method of finite spheres (PCMFS) for real time surgery simulation.

    Computers & Structures 83(17-18), 1415-1425, 2005.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  5. Macri, M., Tichy, J. and De, S. (2005). On the application of the method of finite spheres to problems in tribology.

    Revue Européenne des Eléments Finis, 14(2-3), 339-366, 2005.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  6. Macri, M., and De, S. (2005). Towards an automatic discretization scheme for the method of finite spheres and its coupling with the finite element method.

    Computers & Structures, 83(17-18), 1429-1447, 2005.

    [Publication, Abstract]

2004

  1. Basdogan, C., De, S., Kim, J., Manivannan, M., Srinivasan, M. A. (2004). The role of haptics in medical simulations.

    IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 24 (2), 56-64, 2004

    [Publication, Abstract]

2003

  1. De, S., Hong, J.W. and Bathe, K. J. (2003). On the method of finite spheres in applications: towards the use with ADINA and a surgical simulator.

    Computational Mechanics, 31, 27-37, 2003

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. De, S. (2003). Efficient computation of drag forces on micro-machined devices using a boundary integral equation-based solver.

    International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 1(2&3), 277-288, 2003.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. Macri, M., De, S. and Shephard, M.S. (2003). Hierarchical tree-based discretization in the method of finite spheres.

    Computers & Structures, 81, 789-803, 2003

    [Publication, Abstract]

2001

  1. De, S. and Bathe, K. J. (2001). Displacement/ pressure mixed interpolation in the method of finite spheres.

    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 51, 275-292, 2001

    [Publication, Abstract]
  2. De, S. and Bathe, K. J. (2001). Towards an efficient meshless computational technique: the method of finite spheres.

    Computers & Structures, 79 (22-25), 2183-2196, 2001.

    [Publication, Abstract]
  3. De, S. and Bathe, K. J. (2001). The method of finite spheres with improved numerical integration.

    Computers & Structures, 79 (22-25), 2183-2196, 2001

    [Publication, Abstract]

2000

  1. De, S. and Bathe, K. J. (2000). The method of finite spheres.

    Computational Mechanics, 25, 329-345, 2000.

    [Publication, Abstract]