Webinar about universal pulses
After dissemination to currently 16 sites worldwide, a webinar is organized by CEA-NeuroSpin to show results and get feedback from the community about 7T universal pulse MRI sequences.
CEA participation in a virtual seminar for the National Institutes of Health
Dr. Nicolas Boulant gives a virtual seminar to National Institutes of Health (NIH)
The presentation will include an update on the commissioning of the 11.7T MRI at CEA in addition to gradient-magnet interaction test results conducted in 2021 from 3T and up to 11.7T.
AROMA at the ISMRM engineering study group workshop
Dr. Nicolas Boulant will present to the community at a virtual workshop organized by the engineering study group of the ISMRM the progress made on the commissioning of the 11.7T MRI magnet at CEA and gradient-magnet interaction test results.
More information can be found here: https://www.ismrm.org/virtual-meetings
Interview with Dr. Nicolas Boulant, coordinator of the AROMA project
We invite you to an interview with Dr. Nicolas Boulant, coordinator of the AROMA project. Dr. Boulant explains the stakes, challenges and motivation of the project. The interview is available at the link below :
AROMA project at the ISMRM conference
On March 30, 2021, Dr. Vincent Gras (NeuroSpin, CEA) will give a presentation entitled Universal Pulses - Making Neuro pTX Easy. The presentation will be part of High Field Study group virtual meeting of the ISMRM. Dr. Vincent Gras will talk about universal pulses to make parallel transmission a reality for easy clinical routine in MR brain Imaging.
More information you can find here: https://www.ismrm.org/virtual-meetings/.
Dr. Nicolas Boulant will give a seminar at the University of Nottingham
On March 25, 2021 at the University of Nottingham, the coordinator of the AROMA project, Dr.Nicolas Boulant (CEA, Saclay) will talk about universal pulses to mitigate RF field inhomogeneity effects in neuro imaging at 7T, at zero cost for the user, thereby making it an attractive technique for clinical routine.
An update on the commissioning of the NeuroSpin 11.7T scanner will also be provided.
If you are interested in the seminar, please visit the website of the University of Nottingham: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/groups/spmic/events.aspx
AROMA at the 3rd Skope User meeting
The Skope User meeting gathers the Skope user community, researchers who are using magnetic field monitoring for their MRI research, to share their results and experiences. At the same time it is a place for networking with like-minded scientists who pursue research in a related area.
During this third (virtual) Skope User Meeting taking place on January 28th, 2021, Dr. Nicolas Boulant is presenting the goals and stakes of the AROMA project, in addition to some of his newest research: MR thermometry with field monitoring. Dr. Klaas Pruessmann presents the challenges and rewards of high-performance gradients with the benefits of field monitoring. The organizer of the meeting, Skope, provides an update of their products and developments.