Laboratorio de Procesado de Imagen
(Image Processing Lab)
Campus Miguel Delibes s/n
Universidad de Valladolid
47011 Valladolid, Spain
Last 7th July 2017 Javier Royuela defended his PhD Thesis entitled "Software solutions for two computationally intensive problems: reconstruction of dynamic MR and handling of alpha-stable distributions", getting a qualification of "Sobresaliente" and being proposed for "cum laude" distinction.
The LPI was present in April 2017 in the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 25th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Honolulu, HI, USA. The LPI presented the following three e-posters:
- Determination of the optimal set of b-values for ADC mapping under a Rician noise assumption
- Optimal design of motion-compensated diffusion gradient waveforms
- Cardio-Respiratory Motion Estimation for Compressed Sensing Reconstruction of Free-Breathing 2D Cine MRI
Last May 5th, the III Workshop on Information and Communication Tecnologies organised by the Higher Technical School of Telecommunication Engineering took place. This meeting was organised by and for postgraduate students in the ICT field with the purpose of sharing the advances and milestones achieved during the development of their thesis with other students and thesis directors.
The funded research project: "Isotropic cine cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, an extension to contrast-free angiography: 100% efficient reconstruction through compressive sensing and joint estimation of cardio-respiratory motion" is currently under course and we are in the process of achieving full 3D , 100% efficient, free-breathing cardiac cine with groupwise motion-compensated accelerated reconstruction. The funding institution requires us to promote this advertisement.