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Peter Naglic
Researcher
 
Contact
 
>> Title: Peter Naglic, Ph.D.
  Address: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Trzaska 25, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
  Phone: +386 1 4768 788
  E-mail: peter.naglicfe.uni-lj.si
 
  
 
Selected publications
 
>> Peter Naglic, Franjo Pernus, Bostjan Likar and Miran Buermen. Adopting higher-order similarity relations for improved estimation of optical properties from subdiffusive reflectance . Optics Letters, 42(7):1357-1360, 2017. [  PDF ]
  Peter Naglic, Franjo Pernus, Bostjan Likar and Miran Buermen. Lookup table-based sampling of the phase function for Monte Carlo simulations of light propagation in turbid media. Biomedical Optics Express, 8(3):1895-1910, 2017. [  PDF ]
  Peter Naglic, Franjo Pernus, Bostjan Likar and Miran Buermen. Estimation of optical properties by spatially resolved reflectance spectroscopy in the subdiffusive regime. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 21(9):095003, 2016. [  PDF ]
  Blaz Cugmas and Peter Naglic. Obstojnost crnil v vodnih fantomih za uporabo z difuzno reflektancno spektroskopijo. Elektrotehniski vestnik, 83(3):93-98, 2016. [  PDF ]
  Blaz Cugmas, Tanja Plavec, Maksimilijan Bregar, Peter Naglic, Franjo Pernus, Bostjan Likar and Miran Buermen. Detection of canine skin and subcutaneous tumors by visible and near-infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 20(3):037003, 2015. [  PDF ]
  Peter Naglic, Franjo Pernus, Bostjan Likar and Miran Buermen. Limitations of the commonly used simplified laterally uniform optical fiber probe-tissue interface in Monte Carlo simulations of diffuse reflectance. Biomedical Optics Express, 6(10):3973-3988, 2015. [  PDF ]
  Maksimilijan Bregar, Blaz Cugmas, Peter Naglic, Daniela Hartmann, Franjo Pernus, Bostjan Likar and Miran Buermen. Properties of contact pressure induced by manually operated fiber-optic probes. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 20(12):127002, 2015. [  PDF ]