Alessandro Sbrizzi is an associate professor at the Computational Imaging group of the UMC Utrecht. He graduated in Mathematics at the Utrecht University and obtained his PhD in 2013 with a thesis focused on modelling and numerical optimization of MRI acquisition & reconstruction processes.

His research focuses on fast multi-parametric MRI (in particular MR-STAT), real-time motion-estimation (MR-MOTUS technique), dynamic systems identification (Spectro-Dynamic MRI), radiofrequency pulse design and the application of machine learning in MRI.

As a Principal investigator, he is a recipient of the following research grants: NWO-VIDI-2021, NWO-VENI-2016, NWO-OpenTech-2021, NWO-HTSM-2020 and NWO-Demonstrator-2018, Hanarth fonds-2023, Netherlands-eScience-Center-2022.


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