|R1|| Pulse Programming Course, Philips MR Platform
|November 30 - December 7 2020, Live Online Course|
New live online course format.
|30. Nov. - 3.Dec.:||Live virtual classroom in the morning (8.30h -12.30h CET), self-study exercise in the afternoon (approx 1h).|
|4.Dec.:||All day programming project with live support (8.30h -17.00h CET)|
|7.Dec.:||Live virtual classroom in the morning (8.30h -12.30h CET).|
Intended for scientists who wish to modify MR scan software and develop their own pulse sequences, this live online course provides all the information to start developing pulse sequences on the current Philips MR platform. Providing extensive background information about the Philips MR system, its software, and the available programming tools, the course is structured with alternating lectures and practical exercises. Basic general programming skills are a pre-requisite for this course. The Pulse Programming course is specific to the Philips MR platform and offered in collaboration with Philips Healthcare.
|R2|| Recon 2.0 Course, Philips MR Platform
| Spring 2021
This 3-days course provides in-depth information about the Philips image reconstruction software Recon 2.0. Also covered are data handling and image post-processing options of the Philips MR platform in a research setting. Course contents: Philips image reconstruction platform Recon 2.0 (including extensive practical exercises), structure and handling of image and data file formats, theory of image reconstruction techniques, C++ primer. The Recon 2.0 course is specific to the Philips MR platform and offered in collaboration with Philips Healthcare.
|R1&2|| Pulse Programming + Recon 2.0 Course, Philips MR Platform
| Spring 2021
Both the pulse programming and the image reconstruction course back to back. This is the ultimate program to learn all about using the Philips MR platform in a reasearch environment. Refer to the descriptions above for the course contents. Register for both courses and get a significant discount on the total course fee.