PUBLICATIONS

Selected publications in the scientific peer-reviewed literature

Dr Richard Findlay has published a number of papers relating to the absorption of electromagnetic fields in peer reviewed scientific journals. The articles present original results that are of high scientific value and make substantial advances within the field of electromagnetics. For example, Richard’s paper ‘Effects of posture on FDTD calculations of specific absorption rate in a voxel model of the human body’ was rated the best of 2005 by the Institute of Physics journal ‘Physics in Medicine and Biology’.
PUBLICATIONS

The role of computational dosimetry in the assessment of compliance with the EMF Directive  2013/35/EU

Findlay R P, 2015. The role of computational dosimetry in the assessment of compliance with the EMF Directive  2013/35/EU, Bulg. J. Pub. Health Vol 7 2(1) 121-126

New surface-based models of the human body for very high resolution electromagnetic dosimetry

Findlay R P, 2015. New surface-based models of the human body for very high resolution electromagnetic dosimetry,  Bulg. J. Pub. Health Vol 7 2(1) 31-36

The development of the MAXWEL surface-based model and calculated induced electric fields from  exposure to electric and

magnetic fields

Findlay R P, 2015. The development of the MAXWEL surface-based model and calculated induced electric fields from  exposure to electric and magnetic fields, Bulg. J. Pub. Health Vol 7 2(1) 72-79

The relationship between a worker's height and weight and internal electric fields induced in the body at 50 Hz for

comparison with the EMF Directive 2013/35/EU

Findlay R P, 2015. The relationship between a worker's height and weight and internal electric fields induced in the body at  50 Hz for comparison with the EMF Directive 2013/35/EU, Bulg. J. Pub. Health Vol 7 2(1) 254-260

Expert panel report on a  review of Safety Code 6: Health Canada's safety limits for exposure to radiofrequency fields

Demers P, Findlay R P, Foster K, Kolb B, Moulder J, Nicol A-M, Prato F and Stam R, 2014. Expert Panel Report on A  Review of Safety Code 6: Health Canada's Safety Limits for Exposure to Radiofrequency Fields. Royal Society of Canada,  Ottawa, ON ISBN:978-1-928140-00-9

Induced electric fields in the MAXWEL surface-based human model from exposure to external low  frequency electric fields

Findlay R P, 2013. Induced electric fields in the MAXWEL surface-based human model from exposure to external low  frequency electric fields. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. doi:10.1093/rpd/nct281

Assessment of extremely low frequency magnetic field exposure from GSM mobile phones

Calderon C, Addison D, Mee T, Findlay R P, Maslanyj M, Conil E, Kromhout H, Lee A-K, Sim M, Taki M et al, 2013.  Assessment of extremely low frequency magnetic field exposure from GSM mobile phones. Bioelectromagnetics.  doi:10.1002/bem.21827.

An investigation into the effectiveness of ELF protective clothing when exposed to RF  fields between 65 MHz and 3 GHz

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J, 2012. An investigation into the effectiveness of ELF protective clothing when exposed to RF  fields between 65 MHz and 3 GHz. Phys. Med. Biol. 57(9) 2775-2785.

SAR in children from exposure to Wireless Local Area networks (WLAN)

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J, 2012. SAR in children from exposure to Wireless Local Area networks (WLAN), APEMC  Conf. Proc. 733-736.

SAR in a child voxel phantom from exposure to wireless computer networks (Wi-Fi)

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J, 2010. SAR in a child voxel phantom from exposure to wireless computer networks (Wi-Fi).  Phys. Med. Biol. 55(15) N405-11.

The effects of body posture, anatomy, age and pregnancy on the calculation of  induced current densities at 50 Hz

Dimbylow P J and Findlay R P, 2010. The effects of body posture, anatomy, age and pregnancy on the calculation of  induced current densities at 50 Hz. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 139(4) 532-8.

SAR in a voxel model of a 10 year old child for exposure from equipment utilizing Wi- Fi technology

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J, 2010. SAR in a voxel model of a 10 year old child for exposure from equipment utilizing Wi- Fi technology. BEEMF Conf. Proc. 73-82.

FDTD calculations of SAR for child voxel models in different postures  between 10 MHz and 3 GHz

Findlay R P, Lee A-K and Dimbylow P J 2009. FDTD calculations of SAR for child voxel models in different postures  between 10 MHz and 3 GHz. Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 135(4) 226-231.

Problems with electromagnetic guidelines for scaled child voxel models in various  postures between 10 MHz and 3 GHz

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J 2009. Problems with electromagnetic guidelines for scaled child voxel models in various  postures between 10 MHz and 3 GHz. EMC Kyoto Conf. Proc. 22S2-1 377-380.

Spatial averaging of fields from half-wave dipole antennas and corresponding SAR  calculations in the NORMAN human voxel

model between 65 MHz and 2 GHz

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J. 2009. Spatial averaging of fields from half-wave dipole antennas and corresponding SAR  calculations in the NORMAN human voxel model between 65 MHz and 2 GHz. Phys. Med. Biol. 54(8) 2437-47.

SAR calculations in realistic voxel models and their application to electromagnetic field guidelines

Dimbylow P J and Findlay R P 2009. SAR calculations in realistic voxel models and their application to electromagnetic field  guidelines. EMC Kyoto Conf. Proc. 21S1-3 65-68.

Calculated SAR distributions in a human voxel phantom due to the reflection of  electromagnetic fields from a ground plane

between 65 MHz and 2 GHz

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J 2008. Calculated SAR distributions in a human voxel phantom due to the reflection of  electromagnetic fields from a ground plane between 65 MHz and 2 GHz. Phys. Med. Biol. 53(9) 2277-89.

Variations in calculated SAR with distance to the perfectly matched layer boundary for  a human voxel model

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J 2006. Variations in calculated SAR with distance to the perfectly matched layer boundary for  a human voxel model. Phys. Med. Biol. 51(23) N411-15.

FDTD calculations of specific energy absorption rate in a seated voxel model of the  human body from 10 MHz to 3 GHz

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J 2006. Variations in calculated SAR with distance to the perfectly matched layer boundary for  a human voxel model. Phys. Med. Biol. 51(23) N411-15.

*Effects of posture on FDTD calculations of specific absorption rate in a voxel model of  the human body

Findlay R P and Dimbylow P J 2005. Effects of posture on FDTD calculations of specific absorption rate in a voxel model of  the human body. Phys. Med. Biol. 50(16) 3825-35. *Rated the best of 2005 by Physics in Medicine and Biology based on the three referees' assessments
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The role of computational dosimetry

in the assessment of compliance with

the EMF Directive  2013/35/EU

Findlay R P, 2015. The role of computational dosimetry in the assessment of compliance with the EMF Directive  2013/35/EU, Bulg. J. Pub. Health Vol 7 2(1) 121-126
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PUBLICATIONS

Selected publications in the

scientific peer-reviewed

literature

Dr Richard Findlay has published a number of papers relating to the absorption of electromagnetic fields in peer reviewed scientific journals. The articles present original results that are of high scientific value and make substantial advances within the field of electromagnetics. For example, Richard’s paper ‘Effects of posture on FDTD calculations of specific absorption rate in a voxel model of the human body’ was rated the best of 2005 by the Institute of Physics journal ‘Physics in Medicine and Biology’.
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