IntellMR 2014
INTELLIGENT IMAGING LINKING MR ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING
   
     
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IMPORTANT DATES
** Extended deadline **
June 29, 2014 (midnight PST):
Paper Submission

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July 9, 2014:
Notification of Acceptance

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July 18, 2014:
Camera-Ready Papers
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September 18, 2014:
Tutorial/Workshop  


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Program

7:00-7:50
7:50
--- Morning coffee/tea
Opening (Organizers)

Session I:
8:00

9:00

10:00-10:30

Session II:
10:30


11:30-13:00

13:00

Session III:
13:45

14:30
15:15-15:30

Session IV:
15:30

15:50


16:10

16:30


16:50-17:00

Plenary Lectures I
Turning Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) into Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI):
What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been (Robert Mulkern)
MRI reconstruction: Parallel imaging and Simultaneous MultiSlice acquisition
and their application to Connectomics and beyond (Kawin Setsompop)
--- Coffee/tea break

Plenary Lectures II
MRI/fMRI at high field strengths: coil design, acquisition sequences
and signal/image processing (Larry Wald)

--- Lunch

Susceptibility Weighted Data Acquisition and Processing (Berkin Bilgic)

Current topics
Reduction of motion-related artifacts in MRI data using motion-insensitive acquisition
and advanced post-processing algorithms (Nan-kuei Chen)
Accelerated imaging and compressed sensing in MRI/fMRI (Ashish Raj)
--- Q/A and Break

Selected paper presentations
Simultaneous Estimation of T1, T2 and B1 Maps From Relaxometry MR Sequences
Fang Cao, Olivier Commowick, Elise Bannier, Christian Barillot
A System Identification Approach to Estimating a Dynamic Model of Head Motion
for MRI Motion Correction
Burak Erem, Onur Afacan, Ali Gholipour, Sanjay P. Prabhu, and Simon K. Warfield
Simultaneous Registration and Bilateral Differential Bias Correction in Brain MRI
Bin Zou, Akshay Pai, Lauge Sørensen, and Mads Nielsen
Parallel imaging for aligned multishot MR reconstruction
Lucilio Cordero-Grande, Emer Hughes, Rui Pedro A. G. Teixeira, Anthony Price, and Joseph V. Hajnal

Discussions and concluding remarks