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(August 29)Learn to See the World Differently: Discovery MRI
Sep 6, 2016

Title:

Learn  to See the World Differently: Discovery MRI

Lecturer:

Dr.  Yu LI

Time:

10:00, August 29,  2016

Venue:

405, Section  III, West Building, North Campus

Lecturer  Profile

Yu,  LI received the B.E. and M.E. degrees in electrical engineering from Xi'an  Electronic Science & Technology University (Xidian University), Xi’an,  China, in 2002 and 2006, and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from The  University of Queensland in 2011. He is currently working as a postdoctoral  research fellow in the School of ITEE at the University of Queensland,  Australia. And he is also working as a senior R&D engineer at Magnetica  Ltd. Australia since 2013. Yu’s research Interests covers: Magnetic Resonance  (MR) Engineering (Electromagnetic Analysis in MRI, key Hardware design,  prototyping and testing, etc.), Computational Electromagnetics (Inverse problem  solution in Electromagnetism and its application in MRI coils design, etc.),  Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI parallel imaging, Pulse and sequence design,  etc.), MRI safety and compatibility (EM field and tissue interaction, MRI  compatible implant safety issues, etc.), Biomedical Image and data processing  (Computer-Aided-Diagnosis system development, etc.)

Lecture  Abstract

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology has developed rapidly since its  inception in the 1970’s and has now become a very powerful and important  clinical imaging technique in the routine diagnosis of many disease processes  and many other preclinical applications. MRI is able to provide images with  excellent soft-tissue contrast that can be acquired in any imaging plane and,  unlike any other medical imaging modalities such as X-ray or computed  tomography (CT), it does not involve the use of ionizing radiation. In this  presentation, the MRI technique and system instruction will be introduced. Some  latest MRI research and development, challenges and opportunities, especially  for the computer aided application and big data, will be talked and discussed  as well.

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