“ISMRM Workshop on Data Sampling and Image Reconstruction: MRI Unbound”
Sunday, 25 January 2009
16:00 Registration (Until 19:00)
17:30 Opening Reception
19:00 Dinner
Monday, 26 January 2009
07:15 Breakfast
08:00 Welcome
Session 1: Post-Cartesian Imaging
Moderator: Craig H. Meyer, Ph.D., University of Virginia
08:10 Standard Methods for Reconstructing Arbitrarily Sampled Data
Douglas C. Noll, Ph.D., University of Michigan
08:40 Artifact Correction in Post-Cartesian Imaging
Weitian Chen, Ph.D., GE Healthcare
09:10 Discussion
Proffered Papers
09:30 Integrating Water / Fat Separation and Off-Resonance Correction for Efficient 3D Spiral

Peter Börnert, Ph.D., Philips Research
09:38 Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Spiral Bilateral Breast MRI
Brian A. Hargreaves, Ph.D., Stanford University
09:46 Spiral Magnetic Resonance Angiography in Small Animals at 7T
Robert L. Janiczek, M.S., University of Virginia
09:54 3D Radially Undersampled Phase Contrast Imaging for MR Angiography and Hemodynamic Evaluation
Oliver Wieben, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
10:02 3D Dynamic MRI using Undersampled Golden-Radial Phase Encoding
Claudia Prieto, B.Sc., King's College London
10:10 Self-Gated Undersampled Radial DCE-MRI: An Ideal MR Technique for Assessing Chest
and Abdominal Lesions Corresponding

Hee Kwon Song, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
10:18 Simple Robust Estimation of Gradient Delays for Spiral MRI
Ryan K. Robison, M.S., Barrow Neurological Institute
10:26 Coffee Break
Session 2: Encoding Methods
Moderator: Jeffrey L. Duerk, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University
10:45 Non-Cartesian Parallel Imaging
Nicole E. Seiberlich, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University
11:15 Spatial Encoding Assumptions (Gradient Linearity, B1 and B0 Uniformity)
Jozef H. Duyn, Ph.D., NIH
11:40 New Methods for Gradient Encoding
Maxim Zaitsev, Ph.D., Freiburg University
11:55 Discussion
Proffered Papers
12:10 Parallel MRI and Field-of-View Optimized Design of Radial Trajectories
Alexey Samsonov, Ph.D., WIMR
12:18 Reference-Free Parallel Imaging with Phase Scrambling (PIPS)
Maxim Zaitsev, Ph.D., Freiburg University
12:26 Non-Cartesian Parallel Imaging, the Easy Way
James G. Pipe, Ph.D., Barrow Neurological Institute
12:34 Lunch, Afternoon Break
Session 3: Model-Based Reconstruction
Moderator: Krishna Nayak, Ph.D., University of Southern California
16:00 Constrained Reconstruction
Zhi-Pei Liang, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
16:25 Compressed Sensing
David Donoho, Ph.D., Stanford University
16:55 Assumptions and Stability of Model-Based Reconstruction
Michael Lustig, Ph.D., Stanford University
17:20 Discussion
Proffered Papers
17:40 Rapid 3D MRSI with Compressed Sensing and Multiband Pulses for Hyperpolarized 13C

Peder E. Z. Larson, Ph.D., University of California
17:48 Region of Interest Compressed Sensing
Samir Sharma, University of Southern California
17:56 Model-based Compressed Sensing Reconstruction for MR Parameter Mapping
Mariya Doneva, M.Sc., University of Luebeck
18:04 Accelerated Parallel MRI using M-FOCUSS
Dong Liang, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
18:12 Dinner
Session 4: Post-Cartesian Trajectories and Corrections
Moderator: Peter Börnert, Ph.D., Philips Research
20:00 New Paths in Data Sampling
Fernando E. Boada, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
20:20 Discussion
Proffered Papers
20:30 Spatial and Spectral Encoding Using the Concentric Rings Trajectory
Holden H. Wu, Ph.D., Stanford University
20:38 Fast Diffusion Weighted Imaging with the X-PROPELLER Technique
Donglai Huo, M.S., Barrow Neurological Institute
20:46 3D PROPELLER-Based Diffusion Weighted Imaging
Eric Aboussouan, M.Sc., Barrow Neurological Institute
20:54 Diffusion-Weighted Imaging with PROPELLER Using Distributed Diffusion Gradients
Prachi Pandit, M.Eng., Duke University
21:02 Hybrid Planar Orientations for Spiral Projection Imaging
Kenneth O. Johnson, Ph.D., Barrow Neurological Institute
21:10 3-D Multi-Coil Motion Correction for Spiral Projection Imaging
Kenneth O. Johnson, Ph.D., Barrow Neurological Institute
21:18 Spline-Based Variational Reconstruction of Variable Density Spiral k-Space Data with
Automatic Parameter Adjustment

Bénédicte Delattre, M.Sc., University of Geneva
21:26 A New Short TE 3D Radial MRI Sequence - SWIFT-LiTE
 Steen Moeller, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
21:34 Steady State Diffusion-Weighted Imaging with Trajectory Using Radially Batched Internal Navigator Echoes (TURBINE)
Jennifer A. McNab, M.Sc., Oxford University
21:42 Adjourn
Tuesday, 27 January 2009
07:30 Breakfast
Session 5: Putting It Together
Moderator: Walter F. Block, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
08:15 Parallel Imaging with Compressed Sensing
Alexey Samsonov, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
08:45 Parallel Imaging with Constrained Reconstruction
Jeffrey Tsao, Ph.D., Novartis Inst. for BioMed Research, Inc.
09:15 Discussion
Proffered Papers
09:30 Autocalibrating Parallel Imaging Compressed Sensing using L1 SPIR-iT with Poisson-Disc Sampling and Joint Sparsity Constraints
Michael Lustig, Ph.D., Stanford University
09:38 Max CAPR: High Spatial and Temporal Resolution 3D CE-MRA with Sub-5 Second Scan Times
Clifton R. Haider, B.S., Mayo Clinic
09:46 A Combination of Nonconvex Compressed Sensing and GRAPPA (CS-GRAPPA)
André Fischer, Ph.D., University of Würzburg
09:54 ME-VIPR and I-HYPR for 3D Time-Resolved MRI of HP He-3 Ventilation Dynamics
Sean B. Fain, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
10:02 HYPR- l0: A Hybrid Technique for CE-MRA with Extreme Undersampling Factors
Julia V. Velikina, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
10:10 Motion Correction for High-Resolution Imaging
Joëlle K. Barral, M.S., Stanford University
10:18 Coffee Break
Session 6: Applications
Moderator: Brian Hargreaves, Ph.D., Stanford University
10:35 Neuro Applications
Roland Bammer, Ph.D., Stanford University
11:05 MR Angiography
Walter F. Block, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
11:25 Cardiac Applications
Matthias Stuber, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
11:45 Hyperpolarized Carbon-13 Metabolic Imaging
Daniel B. Vigneron, Ph.D., University of California San Francisco
12:05 Discussion
12:20 Lunch and Afternoon Break
15:30 Poster Session
Session 7: Recon Challenge Results
Moderator: Donglai Huo, Ph.D., Barrow Neurological Institute
16:40 Results
17:00 Winners Present Methods
17:15 Radiologists Discuss Images
Richard L. Ehman, M.D., Mayo Clinic
John P. Karis, M.D., Barrow Neurological Institute
Patrick A. Turski, M.D., University of Wisconsin
Shreyas S. Vasanawala, M.D., Ph.D., Stanford University
17:45 Discussion
18:00 Dinner
Wednesday, 28 January 2009
07:30 Breakfast
Session 8: Recon Rumble
Moderator: Douglas C. Noll, Ph.D., University of Michigan
08:30 What New Recon Methods Still Require in Order to Be Useful
John Pauly, Ph.D., Stanford University
08:50 What Past Recon Methods Lack in the New World of MRI
Mark A. Griswold, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University
09:10 Imaging Metrics for Objective Comparison
Eric Clarkson, Ph.D., University of Arizona
09:40 Imaging Requirements from a Clinical Perspective
Richard L. Ehman, M.D., Mayo Clinic
10:00 Roundtable Discussion
10:30 Coffee Break, Checkout
Session 9: Wrap-Up
Moderator: James G. Pipe, Ph.D., Barrow Neurological Institute
11:00 Last Thoughts, Future Directions
12:00 Lunch and Departure

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