Felix Scholkmann

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Dr. sc. nat. Felix Scholkmann

Felix.Scholkmann@usz.ch

Dr. Felix Scholkmann received his PhD at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, in 2014. A postdoc and research associate at the Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory of the University Hospital Zurich as well as at the University of Bern, his research focuses on biomedical signal processing, biomedical optics (development and application of cerebral NIRS oximetry and fNIRS), neuroscience (neurophotonics), biophysics (bioelectromagnetics and photobiology) and integrative human physiology (integrated physiological measurement, computational modelling). He completed research stays at universities and institutions in the UK, Germany, Japan, Korea, Italy and the Netherlands. At the Department of Neonatology, he is involved in several projects using NIRS oximetry and fNIRS to investigate cerebral oxygenation and hemodynamics in preterm neonates.

Current projects:

  • Novel signal processing approaches for NIRS oximetry and fNIRS
  • Brain tissue oxygenation and hemodynamics in preterm infants
  • Systemic-physiology augmented fNIRS (SPA-fNIRS) and integrative human physiology
  • Computational physiology and biostatistics

Publications (selection):

  1. Scholkmann, F., Kleiser, S., Metz, A.J., Zimmermann, R., Mata Pavia, J., Wolf, U. & Wolf, M. (2014). A review on continuous wave functional near-infrared spectroscopy and imaging instrumentation and methodology. NeuroImage, 85 (Part 1), 6-27.
  2. Scholkmann, F., Holper, L., Wolf, U. & Wolf, M. (2013). A new methodical approach in neuroscience: assessing inter-personal brain coupling using functional near-infrared imaging (fNIRI) hyperscanning. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7 (813)
  3. Scholkmann, F., Zohdi H., Nasseri N. & Wolf U. (2018). Absolute values of optical properties (μa, μ΄s, μeff and DPF) of human head tissue: Dependence on head region and individual. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 325-330
  4. Scholkmann, F., Hafner, T., Metz, A.J., Wolf, M. & Wolf, U. (2017). Effect of short-term colored-light exposure on cerebral hemodynamics and oxygenation, and systemic physiological activity. Neurophotonics, 4 (4), 045005
  5. Tachtsidis, I. & Scholkmann, F. (2016). False positives and false negatives in functional NIRS: issues, challenges and the way forward. Neurophotonics, 3 (3), 030401
  6. Hapuarachchi, T., Scholkmann, F., Caldwell, M., Hagmann, C., Kleiser, S., Metz, A.J., Pastewski, M., Wolf, M. & Tachtsidis, I. (2016). Simulation of preterm neonatal brain metabolism during functional neuronal activation using a computational model. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 876, 111-120
  7. Kleiser, S., Pastewski, M., Hapuarachchi, T., Hagmann, C., Fauchère, J.-C., Tachtsidis, I., Wolf, M. & Scholkmann, F. (2016). Characterizing fluctuations of arterial and cerebral tissue oxygenation in preterm neonates by means of data analysis techniques for nonlinear dynamical systems. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 876, 511-519
  8. Scholkmann, F., Metz, A., & Wolf, M. (2014). Measuring tissue hemodynamics and oxygenation by continuous-wave functional near-infrared spectroscopy – How robust are the different calculation methods against movement artifacts? Physiological Measurement, 35 (4), 717-735.
  9. Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2013). General equation for the differential pathlength factor of the frontal human head depending on wavelength and age. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 18 (10), 105004.

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