Publikationen

Journal articles (peer review)

 2022

FLAR
Rockenfeller2022MAF
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael; Hooper, Scott L. (2022): Muscle active force-length curve explained by an electrophysical model of interfilament spacing. In: Biophysical Journal. Bd. 121. Nr. 10. S. 1823-1855.

Bezier
Rockenfeller2022TAO
Rockenfeller, Robert; Müller, Andreas (2022): Three-dimensional analysis of individual whole spine posture. In: The Spine Journal. Bd. under review.

Dead2
Guenther2022WHT
Günther, Michael; Mörl, Falk; Rockenfeller, Robert (2022): Where have the dead gone?. In: Frontiers in Medicine -- Infectious Diseases. Bd. 9. S. 837287 (4 pages).

SAE
Moerl2022ITH
Mörl, Falk; Günther, Michael; Rockenfeller, Robert (2022): Is the harm-to-benefit ratio a key criterion in vaccine approval?. In: Frontiers in Medicine -- Infectious Diseases. Bd. under review.

HAExplorer
Eulzer2022HUI
Eulzer, Pepe; Lawonn, Kai; Rockenfeller, Robert (2022): HAExplorer -- Understanding Interdependent Biomechanical Motions with Interactive Helical Axes. In: Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference. Bd. accepted for publication.

2strain
Goetz2021ATS
Götz, Thomas; Bock, Wolfgang; Rockenfeller, Robert; Schäfer, Moritz (2021): A two-strain SARS-COV-2 model for Germany - Evidence from a Linearization. In: Arxiv.

Reassessment

 

Wijaya2021RON1
WIjaya, Karunia Putra; Götz, Thomas; Ganegoda, Naleen; Rockenfeller, Robert; Aldila, Dipo; Schäfer, Moritz; Jayathunga, Yashika (2021): Reassessment of new normal along with its typical measures against COVID-19 via an optimal decision framework. In: Biganzoli, Elia; Manzi, Giancarlo; Micheletti, Alessandra; Nicolussi, Federica; Salini, Silvia: COVER – COVid-19 Empirical Research. Milan, Italy: Milano University Press.

 

 

 2021

FHA2
Rockenfeller2021IAO
Rockenfeller, Robert; Hammer, Maria; Riede, Julia; Schmitt, Syn; Lawonn, Kai (2021): Intuitive assessment of modeled lumbar spinal motion by clustering and visualization of fi nite helical axes. In: Computers in Biology and Medicine. Bd. 135. Nr. 1. S. 104528 (23 pages).

vmax
Guenther2021RON1
Günther, Michael; Rockenfeller, Robert; Weihmann, Tom; Götz, Thomas; Schmitt, Syn (2021): Rules of nature's Formula Run: Muscle mechanics during late stance is the key to explaining maximum running speed. In: Journal of Theoretical Biology. Bd. 523. Nr. 1. S. 110714 (43 pages).

FoodSharing
Wijaya2021FSA1
Wijaya, Karunia Putra; Páez Chávez, Joseph; Pochampalli, Rohit; Rockenfeller, Robert; Aldila, Dipo; Götz, Thomas; Soewono, Edy (2021): Food sharing and time budgeting in predator-prey interaction. In: Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation. Bd. 97. Nr. 2. S. 105757-20.

Obstgarten
Rockenfeller2021KAM
Rockenfeller, Robert (2021): Kinder-Brettspiele aus mathematischer Sicht: Modellierung und Simulation von '(Erster) Obstgarten' und 'Eins, Vier, Viele'. In: Stochastik in der Schule. Bd. 41. Nr. 1. S. 9-18.

Curvature
Mueller2021LDI
Müller, Andreas; Rockenfeller, Robert; Damm, Nicolas; Kosterhon, Michael; Kantelhardt, Sven; Aiyangar, Ameet; Gruber, Karin (2021): Load distribution in subject-specific lumbar spine models during compression depends on the lordotic angle. In: Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology Biomechanics. Bd. 9. Nr. 1. S. 661258 (12 pages).

Bock2021ATU
Bock, Wolfgang; Jayathunga, Yashika; Götz, Thomas; Rockenfeller, Robert (2021): Are the upper bounds for new SARS-CoV-2 infections in Germany useful?. In: Computational and Mathematical Biophysics. Bd. 9. Nr. 1. S. 242-260.

 

 2020

Parameter_Estimation
Rockenfeller2020PEA
Rockenfeller, Robert; Herold, J.L.; Götz, Thomas (2020): Parameter estimation and experimental design for Hill-type muscles: Impulses from optimization-based modeling. In: Mathematical biosciences. Bd. 327. Nr. 1. S. 108432 (12 pages).

Inverted_Classroom
Rockenfeller2020HTI
Rockenfeller, Robert (2020): How to invert your classroom: Ein Leitfaden zur konkreten Umsetzung video-basierter Hochschullehre (nicht nur) in Mathematik. In: Neues Handbuch Hochschullehre. Bd. D3. Nr. 38.

Exhaustion
Rockenfeller2020EOS
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael; Stutzig, Norman; Haeufle, Daniel F. B.; Siebert, Tobias; Schmitt, Syn; Leichsenring, Kay; Böl, Markus; Götz, Thomas (2020): Exhaustion of Skeletal Muscle Fibers Within Seconds: Incorporating Phosphate Kinetics Into a Hill-Type Model. In: Frontiers in Physiology. Bd. 11. S. 306.

Drehzentrum
Rockenfeller2020MAT
Rockenfeller, Robert; Müller, Andreas; Damm, Nicolas; Kosterhon, Michael; Kantelhardt, Sven R.; Frank, Rolfdieter; Gruber, Karin (2020): Muscle-driven and torque-driven centrodes during modeled flexion of individual lumbar spines are disparate. In: Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology. Bd. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10237-020-01382-9. S. 13 pages.

Meldeverzug
Goetz2020COA
Götz, Thomas; Mohrmann, Silja; Rockenfeller, Robert; Schäfer, Moritz; Wijaya, Karunia Putra (2020): Calculation of a local COVID-19 reproduction number for the northern Rhineland-PalatinateA. In: Arxiv.

 

 2019

Ligaments

Damm2019LSL
Damm , Nicolas; Rockenfeller, Robert; Gruber, Karin (2019): Lumbar spinal ligament characteristics extracted from stepwise reduction experiments allow for preciser modeling than literature data. In: Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology. S. 18 Seiten.

 

 2018

Spacing

Rockenfeller2018ISM
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael (2018): Inter-filament spacing mediates calcium binding to troponin: A simple geometric-mechanistic model explains the shift of force-length maxima with muscle activation. In: Journal of Theoretical Biology . Bd. 454. Nr. 1. S. 240-252.

 

 2017

Corr_Sens
Rockenfeller2017CT“
Rockenfeller, Robert; Guenther, Michael; Schmitt, Syn; Götz, Thomas (2017): Corrigendum to “Comparative Sensitivity Analysis of Muscle Activation Dynamics”. In: Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine. Bd. 2017. S. 2.

Corr_Low
Rockenfeller2017CT“1
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael (2017): Corrigendum to “Extracting Low–Velocity Concentric and Eccentric Dynamic Muscle Properties from Isometric Contraction Experiments” Mathematical Biosciences 278 (2016) 77–93. In: Mathematical biosciences. Bd. 291. Nr. 1. S. 55-58.

FLR
Rockenfeller2017HTM
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael (2017): How to model a muscle’s active force–length relation: A comparative study. In: Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. Bd. 313. Nr. 1. S. 321-336.

Hatze_Hill
Rockenfeller2017HEA
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael (2017): Hill equation and Hatze's muscle activation dynamics complement each other: enhanced pharmacological and physiological interpretability of modelled activity-pCa curves. In: Journal of Theoretical Biology. Bd. 431. Nr. 1. S. 11-24.

 

 2016

Dengue
Goetz2016MDD
Götz, Thomas; Altmeier, Nicole; Bock, Wolfgang; Rockenfeller, Robert; Sutimin, ; Wijaya, Karunia Putra (2016): Modeling dengue data from Semarang, Indonesia. In: Ecological Complexity.

Low_Velocity
Rockenfeller2016ELC
Rockenfeller, Robert; Günther, Michael (2016): Extracting low-velocity concentric and eccentric dynamic muscle properties from isometric contraction experiments. In: Mathematical biosciences. Bd. 278. Nr. 1. S. 77-93.

 

 2015

Opt_Prob
Goetz2015OPI
Götz, Thomas; Rockenfeller, Robert; Wijaya, Karunia Putra (2015): Optimization problems in epidemiology, biomechanics & medicine. In: International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics. S. 25-32.

Opt_Ctrl
Rockenfeller2015OCO
Rockenfeller, Robert; Götz, Thomas (2015): Optimal Control of Isometric Muscle Dynamics. In: Journal of Mathematical and Fundamental Sciences. Nr. 1. S. 12-30.

Sens
Rockenfeller2015CSA
Rockenfeller, Robert; Götz, Thomas; Schmitt, Syn; Guenther, Michael (2015): Comparative Sensitivity Analysis of Muscle Activation Dynamics. In: Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine. Nr. Article ID 585409. S. 16.

 

 

 

Monographs (theses)


 2022

Habil
Rockenfeller2022MSC
Rockenfeller, Robert (2022): Muscles, Spines, CoViD–19, and Child Games: Mathematical Modeling in Biomechanics, Epidemiology, and Teaching.




 2016

Diss
Rockenfeller2016OTA
Rockenfeller, Robert (2016): On the Application of Mathematical Methods in Hill–Type Muscle Modeling: Stability, Sensitivity and Optimal Control. Universität Koblenz-Landau.


 2011

   Dipl
Rockenfeller2011TDO
Rockenfeller, Robert (2011): Translationsebenen der Ordnung 32. Technische Universität Kaiserslautern.