ISMRM Workshop Series • 26-29 January 2020

ISMRM Workshop on
Data Sampling & Image Reconstruction
Enchantment Resort, Sedona, AZ, USA

Overview & Objectives


Overview

This workshop is the 5th in a series of Sedona workshops and updated to reflect new trends in MRI. We will continue to explore the practical boundaries of new and unconventional methods for collecting data (pulse sequences), and for reconstructing images from that data. This will include constrained reconstruction such as compressed sensing, quantitative imaging, image evaluation and reproducibility, non‐Cartesian methodologies, and parallel imaging, with the addition of deep learning and data‐informed design of sampling and reconstruction. We will explore the challenges to these methods, how to measure and characterize them, and methods (both available and necessary to develop) to overcome them.

Target Audience

This workshop is targeted toward engineers, physicists, technically-inclined radiologists, clinicians, and technologists, and others interested in the latest trends in MRI data collection and reconstruction techniques.

Educational Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

 

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