About: The Computational Imaging Group for MRI Therapy & Diagnostics works on the development and application of new MR image acquisition, reconstruction and processing techniques for MRI-guided radiotherapy and diagnostic applications. This embodies a range of different scientific disciplines such as physics, mathematics, hardware engineering and Artificial Intelligence. The activities of the computational imaging group range from basic science explorations to the translation of new imaging technologies into the clinic. Important application themes are MRI guided Radiotherapy, MRI diagnostics and cardiology.
The group is headed by Prof. Nico van den Berg and dr. Alessandro Sbrizzi.


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Deep learning in Radiotherapy

Developing convolutional neural networks for radiotherapy

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Spectro-Dynamic MRI

Characterizing dynamical systems from k-space data

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RF Sensing

Reducing heart failure hospitalizations with wearable diagnostics

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Magnetic Resonance Spin Tomography in the Time Domain

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Electrical properties

Magnetic Resonance Electrical properties tomography

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Motion and MRI

Developing fast real-time motion estimation for MR-guided radiotherapy

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Electromagnetics in MRI

Developing new solutions for electromagnetics in MRI.

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Alessandro Sbrizzi
Associate Professor
Alexander Raaijmakers
Assistant Professor
Stefano Mandija
Assistant Professor
Matteo Maspero
Assistant Professor
Mark Savenije
Computer Scientist
Bart Steensma
Assistant Professor