Philippe Ciuciu will be giving a 3-min power pitch (see slides here) at the 2020 ISMRM workshop focusing on Data sampling and Image reconstruction that will be held in Sedona, AZ (USA) on Jan, 26-29 2020.
Loubna El Gueddari will defend her PhD thesis at NeuroSpin on December, 13th at 2:30PM. Her thesis was entitled: Proximal structured sparsity regularization for online reconstruction in high-resolution accelerated MRI.
Very proud of Carole Lazarus our former PhD student at NeuroSpin, winner of the prize of the Chancellery of the Universities of Paris 2019 edition in the Sciences At Large section, for her thesis on acceleration techniques for MRI imaging exams, called SPARKLING.
Carole Lazarus will receive on Dec, 3 at La Sorbonne Université the 2019 Best PhD award from the Chancellor of Paris University in the Section General Sciences. For more details on the ceremony, look at this post
Carole Lazarus will be competing as finalist to the Rabit Young Investigator Award at the 27th edition of the ISMRM conference for her work entitled: SPARKLING: variable-density k-space filling curves for accelerated MRI.
She will be also presenting an electronic poster entitled: 3D SPARKLING for accelerated ex vivo T2*-weighted MRI with compressed sensing. See the abstract here.
Loubna El Gueddari will be presenting two electronic posters related to her works:
Philippe Ciuciu will be giving a tutorial with Prof. Jeffrey Fessler (U Michigan) on the recent progresses in Compressed sensing MR data acquisition and machine learning for image reconstruction. Go here for details.
Loubna El Gueddari will be giving a talk at the 17th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging that will be held in Venice, Italy (April, 8-11 2019). Her paper is entitled
- Calibrationless OSCAR-based MR image reconstruction in compressed sensing parallel MRI. Paper available here
Philippe Ciuciu was presenting Sparkling at “La Fête de la Science”
Philippe Ciuciu has presented novel strategies to speed up MRI exams to a general public audience.