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Canceled!!!Colloquium Computer Science, Professor Jan Sijbers (University Antwerpen)

13 May 2014

Date:                      

Tuesday, May 13th 2014

Speaker:

Professor Jan Sijbers, University Antwerpen

Room:

5161.0293 (Bernoulliborg)

Time:

14.00

Title: Advances in diffusion MRI

Abstract:

Diffusion MRI is nowadays a standard clinical tool. However, during the past decade, many improvements have been established with respect to modelling diffusion.
In this talk, some of these improvements will be discussed. In particular, we will focus on the concept of diffusion kurtosis MRI and elaborated on its model, properties
and clinical relevance. Furthermore, a novel super-resolution method will be explained to retrieve diffusion images with high spatial resolution in a short time frame.
Finally, some recent advances on tractography based on constrained spherical deconvolution will be presented.

Colloquium coordinators are Prof.dr. M. Aiello (e-mail : M.Aiello rug.nl ) and
Prof.dr. M. Biehl (e-mail: M.Biehl rug.nl )

http://www.rug.nl/research/jbi/news/colloquia/computerscience

Last modified:07 June 2018 10.59 a.m.

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