Publications

Peadar Grant BE MA PhD

Last updated: November 12, 2019

Journal articles

[1]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Simplified parametric models of the dielectric properties of brain and muscle tissue during electrical stimulation. Medical Engineering and Physics, 65:61–67, March 2019. [View]

[2]   Bujok, Andrzej Beniamin, Togneri MacMahon, Silvana, Grant, Peadar, Whelan, Dick, Rickard, William J, and McCaffery, Fergal. Approach to the development of a unified framework for safety critical software development. Computer Standards & Interfaces, 54(3):152–161, November 2017. ISSN 0920-5489. [View]

[3]   Grant, Peadar F. Formative test-driven development for programming practicals. All Ireland Society of Higher Education Journal (AISHE-J), 9(2):3021–30233, June 2017.

[4]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Simulation of cortico-basal ganglia oscillations and their suppression by closed loop deep brain stimulation. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng, 21(4):584–594, Jun 2013. [View]

[5]   Schmidt, Christian, Grant, Peadar, Lowery, Madeleine, and van Rienen, Ursula. Influence of uncertainties in the material properties of brain tissue on the probabilistic volume of tissue activated. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, 60(5):1378–87, May 2013. [View]

[6]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Effect of dispersive conductivity and permittivity in volume conductor models of deep brain stimulation. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, 57(10):2386–2393, Oct 2010. [View]

[7]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Electric field distribution in a finite-volume head model of deep brain stimulation. Med Eng Phys, 31(9):1095–103, Nov 2009. [View]

Conference publications

[1]   Grant, Peadar. Automated formative compliance checks for student submissions. In EdTech. Irish Learning Technology Association, Dundalk IT, June 2019.

[2]   Grant, Peadar. Whiteboard-rafting the lecture hall. In EdTech. Irish Learning Technology Association, ITCarlow, June 2018.

[3]   Bujok, Andrzej Beniamin, Togneri MacMahon, Silvana, Grant, Peadar, and McCaffery, Fergal. Approach to the development of medical device software quality assurance framework. In 11th Workshop on System Testing and Validation. Fraunhofer, October 2017.

[4]   Grant, Peadar F. Using automated feedback to consolidate lectures. In EdTech. Irish Learning Technology Association, June 2017.

[5]   Grant, Peadar F. Using automated feedback to consolidate lectures. In Technology-Enabled Feedback Approaches for First-Year: Y1 Feedback Case Studies in Practice: Y1Feedback. January 2017. [View]

[6]   Grant, Peadar F. Rebooting numerical problem sets. In EdTech. Irish Learning Technology Association, June 2016. [View]

[7]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Contribution of dielectric dispersions to voltage waveforms arising from electrical stimulation. In Proceedings of the 34th International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, pages 4148–4151. 2012. [View]

[8]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Simulation of closed-loop DBS using coupled volume conductor and network model. In 34th International EMBS Conference. 2012.

[9]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Adaptive DBS amplitude control. In DBS Dublin, Ireland. 2011.

[10]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Approximations of the electrode-tissue interface may alter predicted thresholds of activation. In International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society UK and Ireland meeting, University College Dublin, Ireland. 2011.

[11]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Simulation of PI control of high frequency deep brain stimulation. In Systems Approaches to Parkinson’s Disease, NUI Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland. 2010.

[12]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Effect of tissue capacitance and dispersion on the electric field due to deep brain stimulation. In Proceedings of the 15th Bioengineering In Ireland, Limerick, Ireland. 2009.

[13]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Effects of the electrical double layer and dispersive tissue properties in a volume conduction model of deep brain stimulation. Proceedings of the 32nd International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, 1:6497–500, 2009. [View]

[14]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Effect of tissue dispersion in a finite element model of deep brain stimulation. In Proceedings of Bioengineering 2008, Imperial College London, UK. 2008.

[15]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Simulation of electric field due to deep brain stimulation in a generalized inhomogeneous head model. In Proceedings of the 14th Bioengineering In Ireland Conference, Co. Sligo, Ireland. 2008.

[16]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Tissue dispersion in an inhomogeneous model of DBS. In Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington DC, USA. 2008.

[17]   Grant, Peadar F and Lowery, Madeleine M. Modelling the electric field distribution of deep brain stimulation for parkinson’s disease using an inhomogenous finite element head model. In Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, USA. 2007.

PhD thesis

[1]   Grant, Peadar F. Computational modelling of volume conductor and network effects of deep brain stimulation. Ph.D. thesis, School of Electrical, Electronic and Mechanical Engineering, 2010. [View]

Talks

[1]   Grant, Peadar F. Onenote for the whiteboard, June 2018. Presented at the Sharing Learning and Teaching Practice event at the School of Informatics and Creative Arts, Dundalk Institute of Technology.

[2]   Grant, Peadar F. Onenote for the whiteboard, June 2018. Presented at the CELT 10-year anniversary, Dundalk Institute of Technology.

[3]   Grant, Peadar F. Filecheck: An aid to consistent submissions, June 2017. Presented at the Sharing Learning and Teaching Practice event at the School of Informatics and Creative Arts, Dundalk Institute of Technology.

[4]   Grant, Peadar F. Using automated feedback to consolidate lectures, June 2017. Presented at the Sharing Learning and Teaching Practice event at the School of Informatics and Creative Arts, Dundalk Institute of Technology.

[5]   Grant, Peadar F. Detecting plagiarised programs with JPlag, June 2016. Presented at the Sharing Learning and Teaching Practice event at the School of Informatics and Creative Arts, Dundalk Institute of Technology.

[6]   Grant, Peadar F. Rebooting numerical problem sets, June 2016. Presented at the Sharing Learning and Teaching Practice event at the School of Informatics and Creative Arts, Dundalk Institute of Technology.

[7]   Grant, Peadar F. Computational modelling of deep brain stimulation, May 2012. Presented at Oxford University, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences.

[8]   Grant, Peadar F. Volume conductor models of deep brain stimulation and their application to closed-loop dbs, December 2012. Presented at University of Rostock.

[9]   Grant, Peadar F. Smarter brain stimulators through research, 2011. Presented at UCD Festival of Research and Innovation: Health and Healthcare Delivery.

Named reviewer

[1]   Anderson, Daria Nesterovich, Anderson, Connor, Lanka, Nikhita, Sharma, Rohit, Butson, Christopher R., Baker, Brian W., and Dorval, Alan D. The udbs: Multiresolution, directional deep brain stimulation for improved targeting of small diameter fibers. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 13:1152, 2019. ISSN 1662-453X.

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