Frequently Asked Questions:
When are submissions due?
April 2nd 2021.
Is there a particular format for submission?
Preferred submission formats are .mp4 (ideally 720p) for video and .pptx for animated presentations. Other major formats are acceptable. If we have any problems with opening the file with your submission, we will contact you via email.
Can I see examples from similar contests?
Not quite the same, but you sure can get some inspiration!
This lecture series by Prof. Lipton explains MRI to non-MR medical personnel:
This website uses animated presentations to explain MRI:
The 2018 Magnetic Moments competition hosted by the ISMRM is excellent inspiration for creative presentation of a scientific matter. BUT please note that this challenge was addressing the general public (not clinicians and physicians):
How much background information on UHF MRI should we include in the video?
Limit yourself to the information that is most relevant to the work you are presenting. A short introduction to the general benefits and challenges of UHF MRI will be provided on the SG website.
How will the winners be announced?
The winners will be announced at the business meeting of the Study Group during the ISMRM Annual meeting 2021.
What is the award?
In addition to cash prizes and the highly sought-after prestige, fleeting honor and glory, the top contributions will be highlighted on the Study Groups homepage.
What will happen to the contributions after the competition?
The contributions will stay online, accessible to the general public.