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Past Seminars

Seminar Schedule Summer Term 2022

19.05.2022 Photon counting in clinical practice: First impressions and results of image quality and radiation dose
Thomas Stein
Klinik für Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie
02.06.2022 Investigating cardiac stimulation by MRI gradients through modeling and measurements
Valerie Klein
Heidelberg University
23.06.2022 OSI² ONE: An Open Source low-field MRI Scanner
Lukas Winter
PTB Berlin
30.06.2022 Simulation of knee joint kinematics
Joachim Georgii
Fraunhofer MEVIS, Bremen
14.07.2022 Rapid Prototyping of MRI Gradient Coils
Philipp Amrein
Medical Physics
21.07.2022 4D flow MRI
Susanne Schnell
Medical Physics, Univ. Greifswald
28.07.2022 Advanced Acquisition and Reconstruction Methods for MRI of Tissue with Ultra-short T2*
Serhat Ilbey
Medical Physics

Seminar Schedule Winter Term 2021/2022

21.10.2021 Spiral TSE
Prof. Dr. Dr. hc Jürgen Hennig
Medical Physics
28.10.2021 Frequency adjustable field probes
Niklas Wehkamp
Medical Physics
04.11.2021 Small Animal MRI @ 9.4T: applications, tips & tricks
Karl-Heinz Herrmann AG
Medizinische Physik, Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Jena
11.11.2021 Current developments in and future perspectives of (micro-) CT imaging
Dr. Martin Pichotka
Medical Physics
18.11.2021 Convolutional Neural Networks for Image Segmentation
Hans Meine
Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS
25.11.2021 tba
Stephan Knecht
09.12.2021 EEG-fMRI brain connectivity: How EEG and fMRI benefit each other
Dengfeng Huang
Medical Physics
16.12.2021 Stemm cell donation
Julia Braun
Freiburger Stammzelldatei, Tumorzentrum Freiburg – CCCF
13.01.2022 From teeth to mummies: How to optimize the coils
Dr. Ali Özen
Medical Physics
03.02.2022 Recent Advances in 31P MRSI at UHF
Andreas Korzowski
DKFZ Heidelberg
10.02.2022 Parallel Transmission (pTx) Using AI
Xiaodong Ma
Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, University of Minnesota

Seminar Schedule Winter Term 2019/20

07.11.2019 New DFG memorandum for good scientific practice
Michael Bock
Medical Physics
14.11.2019 Living in k-space
Valerij Kiselev
Medical Physics
21.11.2019 Improving the Sensitivity of Spin-Echo fMRI at 3.0 T by Highly Accelerated Acquisitions
Antonia Barghoorn
Medical Physics
28.11.2019 Mapping iron in the human brain: Quantitative histology, relaxation theory and neuroscience applications
Evgeniya Kirilina
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
05.12.2019 B0 shimming of the human brain at ultrahigh field MRI with a multi-coil shim setup
Ali Aghaeifar
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen
12.12.2019 Target-specific imaging of tumour-immune interaction
Michel Eisenblätter
Radiologische Klinik
16.01.2020 Parameter estimation of exponentially decaying response signals of passive wireless resonant sensors
Lukas König
23.01.2020 Mapping near field of conducting implants for RF safety assessment
Simon Reiß
Medical Physics
30.01.2020 Highly accelerated fMRI using non-Cartesian trajectories: Improved data acquisition and enabling real-time reconstruction
Bruno Riemenschneider
Medical Physics
06.02.2020 The MRI scanner as a sharp microscope for brain structure and function
Ileana Jelescu
Centre d’Imagerie Biomédicale, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
13.02.2020 fMRI across high temporal scales
Burak Akin
Medical Physics
Changed Date!
A journey to the Antarctic
Jürgen Hennig
Medical Physics

apl. Prof. Dr. (RUS) Valerij G. Kiselev

Tel.: +49 761 270-93880
Fax: +49 761 270-38310
E-Mail: valerij.kiselev@uniklinik-freiburg.de

University Medical Center Freiburg
Dept. of Radiology · Medical Physics
Killianstr. 5a
79106 Freiburg

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