The COSMIC project will be advertised at the next ISMRM conference in April 2017 that will be held in Honolulu, Convention Center. All details are available <a href="http://www.ismrm.org/2017-annual-meeting-exhibition/">here</a>.
We are very pleased to announce that Prof. Jeffrey Fessler (Univ. Michigan, USA) will visit us at NeuroSpin on June 1st and 2nd, 2017. In this respect, he will give a talk about his recent contributions to MR image reconstruction. The title of his lecture will be disclose quite soon.
- Jean-Luc Starck will give an invited talk on Sparse reconstruction of radio transients and multichannel images at the forthcoming AIDA-2020 (Academia meets Industry) conference dedicated to Medical Imaging and Image Processing.
- Ming Jiang & Carole Lazarus will present posters on their PhD work on the application of CS to astrophysics and MRI, respectively.
We are glad to attend the Dedale (EU FET-OPEN project led by J.-L. Starck) meeting (Sep. 4-6 in Nice) and present some recent work on compressed sensing for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, both at the acquisition and reconstruction levels.
We have been invited to contribute to the special session led by Jérôme Idier (IRCCyN/CNRS) and Cédric Herzet (INRIA Rennes) on the Compressed Sensing topic. We will highlight the recent results we obtained at 7 Tesla in CS-MRI based on the novel SPARKLING (Segmented Projection Algorithm for Random K-space samplING say shortly: SPARse K-space samplING) trajectories for ex-vivo T2* imaging.
We (Jean-Luc Starck & Philippe Ciuciu) recently presented our own contribution in CS at the 4th edition of the BASP Frontiers workshop which held at Villars sur Ollon in January 2017. You can check out the Proceedings of the conference there.
- The poster presented by the NeuroSpin team and entitled New Physically Plausible Compressive Sampling Schemes for high resolution MRI is available here.
- The talks given by Jean-Luc Starck can be downloaded there.