Interested in MR hardware across field strengths? Then join the 1,5 hour long ISMRM virtual meeting of the MR Engineering Study Group on
Thursday, 4th of June 2020 at 8:00 am (US-PDT)
Register here (for ISMRM members): https://www.ismrm.org/virtual-meetings/
Next to updates from ultrah high field and low field MR projects, we will give a brief update around our Open Source Imaging Initiative (OSI²) with five additional presentations on Open Source Hardware (OSH) MR projects.
ISMRM MR Engineering Study Group Virtual Meeting
04 June 2020 • Time: 08:00-09:30 PDT
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Moderator: David O. Brunner, Ph.D., Vice Chair, MR Engineering Study Group
Alexander J. E. Raaijmakers, Ph.D.
Chair, MR Engineering Study Group
UMC Utrecht / TU Eindhoven
Utrecht, The Netherlands
David O. Brunner, Ph.D.
Vice Chair, MR Engineering Study Group
Recent Achievements & Developments at 10.5T
Gregor Adriany, Ph.D.
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN, USA
Progress Report On the 11.7T System
Cécile Rabrait-Lerman, Ph.D.
Open Source Hardware
Lukas Winter, Ph.D.
Trainee Rep., MR Engineering Study Group
Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)
1. Nicola De Zanche, Ph.D.
Modular RF Receive Chain (Watch on Youtube)
2. Thomas Witzel, Ph.D.
Open Source Console for Real-Time Acquisition (OCRA) (Watch on Youtube)
3. Lukas Winter, Ph.D.
Parallel Transmission Medical Implant Safety Testbed (Watch on Youtube)
4. Dimitri Welting, B.Sc.
Open Source RF Hardware Components in MRI (Watch on Youtube)
5. Nicolas Arango and Jason P. Stockmann, Ph.D.
Current Driver for Local B0-Shim Coils (Watch on Youtube)
Low Field System Initiatives: An Overview
Najat Salameh, Ph.D.
Mathieu Sarracanie, Ph.D.
Q & A