| R1 || Research Tools and Data Handling Course (September 2009, Zurich)|
Targeting basic and clinical scientists, this 5-day course provides background knowledge and hands-on of several research options allowing the temporary modification of pulse sequences, diagnosis of image artifacts, handling of different image and research data formats, connecting hardware to the system, and post-processing using the PRIDE platform or ReconFrame.
→Download the 2008 Research Tools Course brochure
| R2 || Pulse Programming Course (16-20.3.2009, Zurich)|
Intended for basic scientists who wish to modify MR scan software, this 5-day course provides background information about the Philips MR system and introduces to practical pulse programming including extended exercises and hands-on.
| S1 || Advanced Spectroscopy Course|
Advanced Spectroscopy Courses provided by the Insitute for Biomedical Engineering.