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High‐performance computing MRI simulations
- T. Stöcker, K. Vahedipour, D. Pflugfelder, N. J. Shah
- Computer ScienceMagnetic resonance in medicine
- 1 July 2010
JEMRIS, the Jülich Extensible MRI Simulator, which provides an MRI sequence development and simulation environment for the MRI community, is presented and examples of novel simulation results in active fields of MRI research are given.
Advances in multimodal neuroimaging: hybrid MR-PET and MR-PET-EEG at 3 T and 9.4 T.
On the numerically predicted spatial BOLD fMRI specificity for spin echo sequences.
Advances in hybrid MR–PET at 3 T and 9.4 T in humans
Parallel imaging acceleration of EPIK for reduced image distortions in fMRI
High performance volume-of-intersection projectors for 3D-PET image reconstruction based on polar symmetries and SIMD vectorisation
- J. Scheins, K. Vahedipour, U. Pietrzyk, N. Shah
- Computer SciencePhysics in medicine and biology
- 18 November 2015
An advantageous symmetry-driven evaluation of the forward-backward projectors is proposed to overcome inefficiencies and suggest a novel organisation of image data and LOR projection data in memory to enable an efficient single instruction multiple data vectorisation.
Spatiotemporal properties of auditory intensity processing in multisensor MEG
Computational fluid dynamic simulation of axial and radial flow membrane chromatography: mechanisms of non-ideality and validation of the zonal rate model.
Zonal Rate Model for Axial and Radial Flow Membrane Chromatography. Part I: Knowledge Transfer Across Operating Conditions and Scales
- Pranay Ghosh, K. Vahedipour, Min Lin, J. Vogel, C. Haynes, E. von Lieres
- BiologyBiotechnology and bioengineering
- 23 November 2012
The zonal rate model is shown to potentially help save valuable material and time, as the experiments required for model calibration are much cheaper than the predicted large‐scale experiment at binding conditions.