February Fourier Talks 2019

Boris Mailhé

Siemens Healthineers


A practical view of MR compressed sensing


13 years after the first seminal papers on compressed sensing by Candés and Donoho, the technology has now matured. In this talk, I will present Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine and Compressed Sensing GRASP VIBE, two dynamic MR compressed sensing applications available on Siemens MRI scanners for cardiology and oncology. I will also show image-based filters for MRI and CT that aim preserving perceived image quality and generalize to multiple configurations of the acquisition.

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