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International Workshop "MR - yesterday, today, and tomorrow"

July 1th-2nd, 2022 in Freiburg

Program

Friday, 1.7.2022

9.00 – 9.45 | Registration     

9.45 | Maxim Zaitsev and Jürgen Hennig: Opening Remarks

10.10 | Jim Pipe: Taking the Path Less Travelled by

10.40 | Larry Wald: The Benefit of Biological Inspiration and Guidance for MR

11.10 | Jürgen Hennig: My favorite great ideas which never worked out

11.40 | Lunch and poster viewing

13.00 | Jan Korvink: Daring escapades show intriguing general notions

13.30 | Gerhard Laub: The Art of Technology Development and Research Collaborations

14.00 |  Michael Markl: Blood Flow in the Human Circulatory System: Exploring the 4th and 5th Dimensions

14.30 | Klaas Prüssmann: MRI beyond SENSE

15.00 | Coffee and poster viewing

15.30 | Oliver Speck: High Field MRI from 2T to 7T

16.00 | Klaus Scheffler: Balanced or Non-Balanced: All in Steady State?

16.30 | Nicole Seiberlich: MR-Fingerprinting

Saturday, 2.7.2022

9.00 | Yi Wang: From rural China to QSM and beyond

9.30 | Miki Lustig: The Never Ending Adventures in Computational MRI

10.00 | Mike Garwood: Fun in the Field: From Magnets to Tractors

10.15 | Coffee and poster viewing

11.00 | Roberta Kravitz: The Other Side of Science – Running ISMRM

11.20 | Greg Hurst: Nine Stories: MRI Myths and Miscues in Science, Medicine, and/or Commerce

11.40 | Rebecca Ramb: Career Choices - From Science to Industry

12.00 | Daisy Chien: A Magnetic Journey

12.30 | Lunch and poster viewing

13.40 | Chris Boesch: From Structural Biology to MRI/MRS and back

14.10 | Thomas Ernst: MRI/MRS: A Random Walk into Random Walks

14.40 | Linda Chang: MR Studies in Neuropsychiatric Disorders and Future Perspectives

15.10 | Coffee and poster viewing

15.40 | David Feinberg: Mesoscale fMRI - Ancient, Current, and Next Generational

16.10 | Peter Börnert: The Future of MRI