MR Physics for Physicists - Day 2
Michael H. Buonocore, Peter M. Jakob, and Chrit T. Moonen, Organizers
Sunday, 19 May 2002

Last updated 24 June 2008

Educational Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to
Describe the fundamental properties of the NMR signal and the limits of its detection;
Describe the spin physics and the elements of pulse sequence design;
Identify and describe the hardware used to create a MRI image;
Describe techniques used to improve imaging speed;
Describe advanced pulse sequence and data processing methods for special applications.
Motion and Artifact Correction
07:30 Inhomogeneity, Eddy, Maxwell Corrections Joseph V. Hajnal
08:00 Navigator Echo Techniques, including Real-Time Debiao Li
Specialized Sequences, Signal Modeling, Post-Processing, Display
08:30 Phase Contrast Techniques David N. Firmin
09:00 Spatial Tagging Elliot R. McVeigh
09:30 Arterial Spin Tagging David Alsop
10:00 Break
10:20 BOLD Imaging Sequences Peter Jezzard
10:50 Diffusion Imaging David G. Norris
11:20 Dynamic Contrast Enhanced Imaging Chrit T. Moonen
11:50 Break
Parallel Imaging
13:00 Reconstruction: K-Space Perspective Daniel K. Sodickson
13:30 Reconstruction: Image Domain Perspective Klaas Pruessmann
14:00 Phased-Array Technology Mark A. Griswold
14:30 Adaptive Phased-Array Processing David O. Walsh
15:00 Adjournment