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ISMRM Workshop on

Motion Detection & Correction

30 August - 02 September 2022

Merton College, Oxford, England, United Kingdom

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Sensitivity of 3D MR Spirometry to Physiological Changes: Effect of Gravity on Local Flow-Volume Loops

Nathalie Barrau, M.Sc.
BioMaps, Université Paris-Saclay
Paris, France


Self-Navigated Prospective Motion Correction (snPMC) for Motion-Robust 3D EPI fMRI Acquisition

Samuel Bayih, M.Sc.
University of Cape Town
Cape Town, South Africa


Body Motion Evaluation in 0.5 T Upright Scanner

Laura Bortolotti, M.Sc., Ph.D.
SPMIC, University of Nottingham
Nottingham, England, UK


Using Body Motion Tracking Data at Various Patient Position to Implement Respiration Gating in a 0.5 T Paramed ASG Upright Scanner

Laura Bortolotti, M.Sc., Ph.D.
SPMIC, University of Nottingham
Nottingham, England, UK


Non-Contact Head Tracking During Multi-Slice EPI Sequence Using an NMR Field Camera

Laura Bortolotti, M.Sc., PhD
SPMIC (University of Nottingham)
Nottingham, England, UK


Real Time Motion Monitoring & Adaptive Motion Compensation in 3D Radial MRI

Fatih Calakli, Ph.D.
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, MA, USA


Accelerated 3D EPI Navigator for Prospective Motion Correction

Yulin Chang, Ph.D.
Siemens Medical Solutions USA Inc.
Malvern, USA


Motion Compensated Structured Low-Rank Reconstruction for Robust Multi-Shot EPI

Xi Chen, M.Sc. (Ph.D. candidate)
University of Oxford
Oxford, England, UK


High-Resolution Diffusion-Weighted MRI Combining Markerless Prospective Motion Correction & Locally Low-Rank Constrained Reconstruction

Ke Dai, B.Sc. (Ph.D. Student)
School of Biomedical Engineering
Shanghai, China


Navigator Correction of Physiological Field Fluctuations in Multi-Echo GRE of the Lumbar Spinal Cord at 3T

Gergely David, M.Sc.
Spinal Cord Injury Center, Balgrist University Hospital, University of Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland


MR Value Assessment of a Method to Reduce Ghost & Aliasing Artifacts

Andrea Dell'Orso, Radiographer
Ausl Toscana Centro
Poggibonsi, Italy


Towards 4D Synthetic CT for Adaptive MR-Guided Radiotherapy of Lung Cancer on the MR-Linac

Rosie Goodburn, M.Sc.
Institute of Cancer Research
London, Engalnd, UK


Shuffle Sampling for Improved IQ in Sagittal T2-Weighted C-spine MRI in the Presence of Motion

Hassan Haji-Valizadeh, Ph.D.
Canon Medical Research USA, Inc.
Mayfield Village, USA


Head Movement in UK Biobank, Analysis of 42,874 fMRI Motion Logs

Aaron Hess, Ph.D.
University of Oxford
Oxford, England, UK


First Application of Spherical Navigators for Prospective Correction of Intra-Scan Motion

Miriam Hewlett, M.Sc.
Western University
London, Canada


Principal Component Analysis & Deep Learning for Retrospective Motion Correction of Stress-Perfusion Cardiac MRI

Jack Highton, M.Phys., M.Res., Ph.D.
King's College London
London, England, UK


From MR Pulse Sequence & Motion to Effective Encoding Trajectories: A Comprehensive Matlab Framework

Patrick Hucker, M.Sc.
University Medical Center Freiburg
Freiburg, Germany


Gaussian Processes as a Generic Probabilistic Framework for Real-Time Motion Estimation, Target Tracking & Quality Assurance

Niek R.F. Huttinga, M.Sc.
University Medical Center Utrecht
Utrecht, the Netherlands


Pilot Tone vs pTx Scattering: A Comparison Between ‘RF Sensor’ Methods for Rigid Body Motion Detection of the Brain at 7T

James Kent, M.Sc.
University of Oxford
Oxford, England, UK


FatNav Based Prospective Motion Correction at 7T Terra

Krzysztof Klodowski, Ph.D.
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, England, UK


Free-Breathing Mapping of Liver PDFF & R2* with Optimized Motion-Corrected Processing

Beatriz Lafuente-Alcazar, B.Sc.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, WI, USA


Accelerating Respiratory-Resolved 4D-MRI Reconstruction for Radiotherapy Guidance on an MR-Linac.

Bastien Lecoeur, M.Sc.
The Institute of Cancer Research
London, England, UK


USPIO-Enhanced Imaging of Mediastinal Lymph Nodes with Motion-Compensated Radial MRI & FID Navigators

Ivo Maatman, M.Sc.
Nijmegen, The Netherlands


Motion Monitoring using Ultrasound-Based Sensors: People Breathe in All Sorts of Ways

Bruno Madore, Ph.D.
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA, USA


Robust Retrospective Motion Correction of Abrupt & Slow Continuous Motion using Navigator-Based & Markerless Motion Tracking Techniques.

Elisa Marchetto, M.Sc.
Cardiff University
Cardiff, Wales, UK


A 6DOF MR Compatible Robotic Platform for Development of Motion Correction Technology

Saikat Sengupta, Ph.D.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, TN, USA


Working Towards a Real-Time Integrated Fetal Motion Correction Framework

Sara Neves Silva, B.Eng.
King's College London
London, England, UK


Towards Robust Retrospective Motion Correction using Data Consistency

Brian Nghiem, B.Sc.
University of Toronto
Mississauga, Canada


Prospectively Corrected Pseudo 3D Imaging

Ola Norbeck, PhD
Karolinska University Hospital
Stockholm, Sweden


Effect of Simulated Rigid Head Motion on Different Automatic Brain Segmentation Tools

Hampus Olsson, Ph.D.
Berlin Ultrahigh Field Facility (BUFF)
Berlin, Germany


Guidance Lines for Robust Retrospective Motion Correction in 2D & 3D MRI

Daniel Polak, Ph.D.
Siemens Healthcare GmbH
Erlangen, Germany


Motion Effects & Correction in High Resolution Prostate MRI

Stephen Riederer, Ph.D.
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, USA


Prospective Motion Correction at 3 Tesla with Wireless NMR Probes & Ultrashort Echo Navigators

Saikat Sengupta, Ph.D.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, TN, USA


Combining FID Navigators with Dynamic Feld Monitoring for Improved MR- Based Head Motion Tracking at 7T

Matthias Serger, M.Sc.
Bonn, Germany


Data Consistency-Based Rigid Motion Correction in Accelerated Multi-Shot 2D-Encoded Brain MRI

Nalini Singh, B.Sc.
Cambridge, USA


Pilot-Tone: A Compact, Stand-Alone Device for Tracking & Correcting Patient Motion in MRI Exams

Eddy Solomon, Ph.D.
Weill Cornell Medicine
New York, NY, USA


Towards a Patient-specific Template for Respiratory Motion Estimation Using Groupwise Learning-Based Registration

Veronika Spieker, M. Sc.
Helmholtz Munich
Neuherberg, Germany


Free-Breathing Self-Gated Water-Specific Volumetric Whole Liver T1 & T2 Mapping at Isotropic Resolution

Jonathan Stelter, M.Sc.
Technical University of Munich
Munich, Germany


Accelerated Respiratory-Resolved 4D-MRI with Separable Spatio-Temporal Neural Networks for MRI-Guided Radiotherapy

Maarten Terpstra, M.Sc.
University Medical Center Utrecht
Amersfoort, The Netherlands


NavLib: A Modular Library for Motion Correction Navigators

Dylan Tisdall, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA, USA


K-Space Navigators with Linear Control: Step Response, Precision & Reference Options

Thomas Ulrich, M.Sc.
ETH Zurich & University of Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland


Volumetric Navigators Implemented in Diverse Sequences

Andre van der Kouwe, Ph.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital
Woburn, MA, USA


Correction of a 90 Degree Head Roll using a “Wearable” Coil

Adam van Niekerk, Ph.D.
Karolinska Institutet
Stockholm, Sweden


Towards “Real-Time” Prospective Motion Correction using Directional Couplers as Motion Sensors

Jason Van Schoor, B.Sc., B.Eng.Sc.
Utrecht University
Utrecht, The Netherlands


Computer Vision Object Tracking for Prospective & Retrospective MRI/MRS Motion Correction of Internal Organs

Stefan Wampl, M.Sc.
Medical University of Vienna
Vienna, Austria


Motion Correction & Deep Consistency Network for Super-Resolution of 3D Bowel MRI

Weitong Zhang, Master of Science
Imperial College London
London, England, UK

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