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A virtual scanner for teaching fundamental magnetic resonance in biomedical engineering

Jens E. Wilhjelm, Jonas Duun-Henriksen, Lars G. Hanson
2018 Computer Applications in Engineering Education  
A virtual scanner for introductory teaching in magnetic resonance imaging in biomedical engineering is presented and evaluated in a randomized trial of ultra-short and short-term learning.  ...  K E Y W O R D S biomedical engineering, magnetic resonance, matlab gui, signal analysis, virtual scanner Comput Appl Eng Educ. 2018;1-13. wileyonlinelibrary.com/cae  ...  | CONCLUSIONS AND PERSPECTIVES This work presented a virtual MRI scanner for use in biomedical engineering education.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cae.22028 fatcat:nzk2x2etobhohgbidp3b3z6vom

Biological effects of ultrasound [chapter]

2015 Diagnostic Ultrasound  
Acknowledgments The author gratefully acknowledges the financial support provided by NIH grant #P41-T-R002182 during the period in which this book was written. xvii  ...  The book is intended to be a textbook for a senior-level or first-year graduate-level course in ultrasonic imaging in a biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, medical physics, or radiological  ...  of Biomedical Engineering, University of Southern California.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b18323-14 fatcat:3psmy3cx6vfj7fqjs3ppp24xhe

Electronic imaging of the human body

M W Vannier, R E Yates, J Whitestone
1992 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
The Human Engineering Division of the Armstrong Laboratory (USAF); the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology; the Washington University School of Medicine; and the Lister-Hill National Center for Biomedical  ...  All the organizations working in this area are faced with the challenges of collecting, reducing, and formatting the data in an efficient and standard manner; storing this data in a computerized database  ...  A fundamental task in the understanding and the analysis of biomedical scenes is construction of models that incorporate both variability and structure in a mathematically precise way.  ... 
pmid:1482896 pmcid:PMC2248098 fatcat:qod3uvdqmbcvjn6gobakus45wa

Implementation of a versatile research data acquisition system using a commercially available medical ultrasound scanner

Martin Christian Hemmsen, Svetoslav Ivanov Nikolov, Mads Møller Pedersen, Michael Johannes Pihl, Marie Sand Enevoldsen, Jens Munk Hansen, Jørgen Arendt Jensen
2012 IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control  
The system consists of a standard PC equipped with a camera link and an ultrasound scanner equipped with a research interface.  ...  This paper describes the design and implementation of a versatile, open-architecture research data acquisition system using a commercially available medical ultrasound scanner.  ...  The total data set was collected from a group of 11 healthy volunteers and consists of a magnetic resonance angiography and an ultrasound scan using the spectral doppler method to obtain measurements of  ... 
doi:10.1109/tuffc.2012.2349 pmid:22828844 fatcat:y3ce67khrrdo5dgd5kqfi7rm3i

Biomedical Imaging: Past, Present and Predictions

Richard A. ROBB, Richard A. ROBB
2006 Medical Imaging Technology  
Biomedical imaging has a long history, dating back several centuries if one considers the study of anatomy via cadaveric dissection and exploration in medieval autopsy theaters.  ...  Particular note is given to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the early 1980s because of its near revolutionary impact on soft tissue imaging.  ...  Biomedical Engineering may be the force to glue together these disciplines.  ... 
doi:10.11409/mit.24.25 fatcat:js4jhvdznnb3jm735ridznuhqy

Golden accomplishments in biomedical engineering

F. Nebeker
2002 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine  
JAY BUTTERMAN, FONAR CORP. 36 IEEE ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY May/June 2002 A major achievement of the 1980s was magnetic resonance imaging.  ...  use today by a research team at the Royal Brompton Clinical Magnetic Resonance Unit, London, UK.  ... 
doi:10.1109/memb.2002.1016851 pmid:12119874 fatcat:p76xlztspve7hnqtaexkzslese

Program

2021 2021 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA)  
Gim, Purdue University, United States; VACUUM FORMED COILS FOR MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING K. Gopalan, J. Maravilla, J. Mendelsohn, A.C. Arias, M.  ...  Achievement Award of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, the 2010 UCLA School of Engineering Lockheed Martin Excellence in Teaching Award, and the 2011 campus-wide UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award  ...  MICROWAVE AND MMWAVE SENSORS IN ADVANCED APPLICATIONS REFLECTIONLESS PLASMONIC RIGHT-ANGLED WAVEGUIDE BEND AND DIVIDER USING GRAPHENE AND TRANSFORMATION OPTICS  ... 
doi:10.1109/iceaa52647.2021.9539801 fatcat:7baqmd6x5vdpzgei276vpty7ai

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2021 2021 IEEE-APS Topical Conference on Antennas and Propagation in Wireless Communications (APWC)  
Gim, Purdue University, United States; VACUUM FORMED COILS FOR MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING K. Gopalan, J. Maravilla, J. Mendelsohn, A.C. Arias, M.  ...  Achievement Award of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, the 2010 UCLA School of Engineering Lockheed Martin Excellence in Teaching Award, and the 2011 campus-wide UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award  ...  MICROWAVE AND MMWAVE SENSORS IN ADVANCED APPLICATIONS REFLECTIONLESS PLASMONIC RIGHT-ANGLED WAVEGUIDE BEND AND DIVIDER USING GRAPHENE AND TRANSFORMATION OPTICS  ... 
doi:10.1109/apwc52648.2021.9539605 fatcat:2pap7xa74bhzfcj7y3ddw6o3fm

Physics and Engineering - Unlocking Doors in Medicine Together

Mariana Nikolova, Stefan Kostianev, Victoria Sarafian-Ozanian, Blagoi Marinov, Dyliana Vitcheva
2020 Folia Medica  
Invited Talks    7 -    Biomedical Engineering    11-    Biophysics in Biology and Medicine    12-    Education  ...  Training and Professional Development    16-    Information Systems and Databases in Healthcare and Medicine    17-    Medical Physics   ...  Magnetic resonance safety e. Georgiev, C. Zasheva, G.  ... 
doi:10.3897/folmed.62.e60412 pmid:33591158 fatcat:zmun3phadnavjpnmd32o3dn4xe

Medical Physics and Imaging–A Timely Perspective

Thomas Beyer, Dale L. Bailey, Udo J. Birk, Irene Buvat, Ciprian Catana, Zhen Cheng, Qiyin Fang, Federico Giove, Claudia Kuntner, Elmar Laistler, Francesco Moscato, Stephan G. Nekolla (+6 others)
2021 Frontiers in Physics  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank Carmen Boigner, Medical University Vienna for her support with this manuscript.  ...  MRI PHYSICS AND APPLICATIONS Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technique that uses magnetic fields and radio waves to create non-invasive images from functional/molecular information  ...  Finally, MRI, OI, and US employ non-ionizing radiation for diagnostic purposes, i.e., mechanical waves in the MHz range (US), light (OI), and magnetic fields, also resonating in the MHz range (MRI), respectively  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphy.2021.634693 fatcat:56c6xlehezhqxkwkfpbhuoh63e

New Developments in Science and Technology - 60th Anniversary Special Issue, Beihang University (BUAA)

2012 Science  
provides cutting-edge research and education in advanced structural and functional materials, nanomaterials, new materials for clean energy, polymers and composites, nonequilibrium fabrication, corrosion  ...  There are 75 full-time teachers in the school, which annually graduates 150 undergraduates, 180 postgraduates, 50 Ph.D.s, and 10 students from abroad.  ...  one doctorallevel program (in biomedical engineering).  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.338.6104.274-c fatcat:iurk5neuwvh2jgbohwevb5dicy

Analytic description of the image to patient torso registration problem in image guided interventions

Vincenzo Ferrari, Andrea Moglia, Mauro Ferrari
2015 Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Informatics  
new ones for each kind of surgery using a systematic approach.  ...  Conclusions: The availability of an analytic description of the image to patient torso registration problem can be beneficial for teaching IGS, to describe existing registration strategies, and to search  ...  , which will be widespread in the near future thanks to the lowering of their price as portable units.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jbei.v1n1p35 fatcat:yvpnjpxg7zdlvjiwadov7f7za4

Some Critical Episodes in the Progress of Medical Innovation: An Anglo-American Perspective [chapter]

Nathan Rosenberg
2009 Studies on Science and the Innovation Process  
Nuclear magnetic resonance had its origins in fundamental research that was originally undertaken in order to acquire some highly specific pieces of scientific knowledge.  ...  Going beyond x-rays, this would include: electron microscopy, the CT scanner, endoscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine (e.g. isotope tracer techniques), linear accelerators, ultrasound,  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814273596_0014 fatcat:esxls7z3mze7jb46kuhfasrozq

Some critical episodes in the progress of medical innovation: An Anglo-American perspective

Nathan Rosenberg
2009 Research Policy  
Nuclear magnetic resonance had its origins in fundamental research that was originally undertaken in order to acquire some highly specific pieces of scientific knowledge.  ...  Going beyond x-rays, this would include: electron microscopy, the CT scanner, endoscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine (e.g. isotope tracer techniques), linear accelerators, ultrasound,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2008.12.007 fatcat:zkjci2wqg5edbmjur7x753raqu

Track TOC: Table of Contents // Inhaltsverzeichnis

2015 Biomedical Engineering  
Track Q Education and Training for Engineers and Physicians Q_06 18.09.2015 09:15 Project-oriented learning in medical engineering education -Evaluation of a novel teaching approach Track  ...  -a new lecture format Education and Training for Engineers and Physicians Q_05 18.09.2015 09:15 Online teaching of "Regulatory Affairs" - experiences and plannings concerning a study-program  ... 
doi:10.1515/bmt-2015-toc fatcat:o2rfbpr5svd25hdkvawtva4dky
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