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Create your own Echo: How to Generate, Calculate and Manipulate Echoes (ESMRMB)  
Vom Mittwoch, 5. Juni 2019
Bis Freitag, 7. Juni 2019
Aufrufe : 481  

Goals of the course

The course on Create your Own Echo: How to Generate, Calculate and Manipulate Echoes offers a physically and mathematically oriented description of basic and non-basic physical properties of spins exposed to penetrating radio frequency and gradient fields. Is it possible to generate a spin echo with two 10-degree RF pulses? What is the difference between a spoiled gradient echo sequence and a balanced steady state free precession technique? How can we calculate amplitude and phase of spin echoes, stimulated echoes and steady state signals?

Attendance of the course will provide you with a fundamental knowledge of

  • Handling and calculations with the Bloch equations
  • Understanding of sampling trajectories in k-space
  • Fourier description of magnetisation, the phase-graph
  • Counting of echo paths in a multi-pulse experiment
  • Behaviour of multiple spin echo techniques at low flip angles
  • Mathematical description of steady states and their resulting contrasts
  • Application of Hyper Echoes to gradient echo methods
  • Exotic sequences, Hyper Echoes, TRAPS


Further Information: https://www.esmrmb.org/education/lectures-on-mr/courses-2019/create-your-own-echo/

Ort Tuebingen / DE

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