We are very much delighted to announce the 12th Scientific Symposium on Clinical Needs, Research Promises and Technical Solutions in Ultrahigh Field Magnetic Resonance, which will be held as a virtual meeting on September 2nd/3rd 2021 using a broad range of time slots to accommodate as many as possible time zones around the globe. Please save the date.
Goals and Objectives
The symposium is a from the community to the community initiative. The symposium is designed to provide an overview of state-of-the-art (pre)clinical UHF-MR and its connection with data science, to discuss the clinical relevance of UHF-MR, to explore future directions of UHF-MR, to foster explorations into ultrahigh field-MR and to initiate international collaboration and last but not least to provide plenty of time to engage into fruitful exchange with peers and colleagues.
The symposium is tailored to attract basic scientists, engineers, hardware professionals, data scientists, translational researchers, applied scientists and clinicians with all levels of experience and expertise ranging from undergraduate and graduate students interested in imaging to trainees, advanced users and applications experts.
The scientific program comprises 4 sessions, all balancing technical developments, clinical applications and hot topics related to the synergies between imaging and data science. We are very much honored to present extraordinary speakers including MR technology leaders, data science specialists and distinguished clinical experts - all bridging disciplinary boundaries and stimulating the imaging and data science communities to throw further weight behind the solution of unsolved problems and unmet clinical need
Thoralf Niendorf (MDC & Charité, Berlin)
Lucio Frydman (Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot)
Jeanette Schulz-Menger (Charité, Berlin)
Michal Neeman (Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot)
Min Chi Ku (MDC, Berlin)
Christoph Lippert (HPI, Potsdam)
Sebastian Schmitter (PTB, Berlin)
Sonia Waiczies (MDC, Berlin)