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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

The magnetic resonance imaging group is dedicated to excellent research in MR reconstruction. An overview on the running projects can be found on this website.

Colloquium Time Table (Winter term 2017/18)

DateResponsible PersonTitle
26.10.2017Andrzej LiebertFinal Talk (Master's Thesis): "pH measurement by Creatine CEST MRI at 3 and 7 Tesla"
02.11.2017Franka RischFinal Talk (Bachelor's Thesis): "Die Auswirkung verschiedener Gradientenschemata auf Diffusionstensormessungen mit Magnetresonanztomographie: Eine Phantomstudie"
09.11.2017---No colloquium
16.11.2017---No colloquium
23.11.2017---No colloquium
30.11.2017---No colloquium
07.12.2017Sebastian LachnerTalk: "Iterative Reconstruction of 23Na Multi-Channel Data Using Compressed Sensing Combined with Anatomical 1H Prior Knowledge"
14.12.2017 - 01.02.2018---No colloquia
08.02.2018Alexandra Föhst Final Talk (Master's thesis): "Tissue health state classification of the myocardium using cardiac MR parameter mapping"
12.02.2018 - 08.04.2018---No colloquia (semester holidays), colloquium on request


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Running Projects

Iterative Reconstruction for Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging

The focus of this project is the acceleration of the data acquisition of coronary imaging with the use of iterative reconstruction and respiratory motion compensation.

Iterative Reconstruction for Sodium MRI

The image quality of 23Na-MRI is enhanced significantly by dictionary-learning compressed-sensing (DLCS) reconstruction. The acceleration and improvement of the DLCS algorithm is focus of this project.

Fatty Acid Quantification using Multiecho MRI

The aim of this project is to develop a method yielding accurate information about the fatty acid composition (i.e. the fractions of unsaturated, mono-unsaturated, poly-unsaturated as well as saturated fat in percent) using MRI.

Finished Projects

Iterative Reconstruction Techniques for MR angiography and flow

Non-contrast enhanced MRA and flow acquisition are promising applications for iterative reconstruction.

Iterative Reconstruction Techniques for Radial Perfusion MRI

Radial k-space sampling trajectories are a promising alternative to Cartesian sampling, in particular for dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI.