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Physik der Magnetresonanzbildgebung 2 
Sommersemester 2021
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This course is the second part of a two lectures series, dealing with the physical principles of advanced concepts of magnetic resonance imaging and its applications in medical imaging.

The content of the second part focuses on advanced concepts of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. The lecture starts with a brief review of the essentials of Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 1. It continues with a taxonomy of advanced MRI methods, an overview of the physico-chemical interactions and popular corresponding tools. RF pulses, the extended phase graphs model (EPG) will be covered in detail. The notation of gradient moments and corresponding encoding of non-stationary spins prepare for understanding diffusion MR, MR Fingerprinting and Fast Imaging methods.
Further, extrinsic and intrinsic contrast mechanisms for micro- and macrovascular flow sensitive MRI will be introduced with a specific focus on arterial spin labelling as a relevant advanced MRI method that is about to enter the clinical setting.
No preconditions in addition to the requirements for the Master’s program in Physics. Prior attendance to the lecture “Physics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 1” is highly recommended.
After successful participation in this module the student is able to:
1. describe the physical principles underlying the process of MR signal generation and detection for simple and advanced MR.
2. understand essential physico-chemical mechanisms of contrast generation.
3. explain how the transient response of a spin system can be modelled.
4. analyze advanced MR pulse sequences and understand how they work
5. understand how multiparametric MR images are reconstructed
6. understand how MRI can be accelerated by rapid acquisition and under sampling techniques
7. understand how MRI can be used to depict micro- and macrovascular flow
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Für die Anmeldung zur Teilnahme müssen Sie sich in TUMonline als Studierende*r identifizieren.
Textbook: Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Signal Processing Perspective by Zhi-Pei Liang and Paul C. Lauterbur
TUM Library has multiple copies

Lecture material: All lecture material (lecture recordings, lecture notes, slides, exercise tasks, exercise solutions) will be uploaded in the TUM Moodle course webpage:

Additional reading Magnetic Resonance Imaging Physical Principles and Sequence Design 2. Ed. by: Robert W. Brown, Y.-C. Norman Cheng, E. Mark Haacke, Michael R. Thompson, Ramesh Venkatesan
available online from within TUM via:
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