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Researcher

Jan Sijbers

  • Research interest  (University of Antwerp):Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) : development of novel image reconstruction, processing, and analysis methods MRI. In particular:- diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (DTI, DWI)- diffusion kurtosis imaging (DKI)- white matter tractography - functional MRI (fMRI)- noise estimation and reductionX-ray Computed tomography (CT)- iterative and analytic image reconstruction - artefact reduction (beam hardening, ring artefacts, motion artefacts, ...)- discrete tomography- model based reconstruction- dynamic imaging (CT)- dual energy CT- metrology- laminography, tomosynthesis
  • Keywords  (University of Antwerp):BIOMONITORING, COMPUTER ARITHMETIC, EDUCATION POLICY, CRIMINOLOGY, TECHNICAL EDUCATION, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, SIGNAL CODING STRATEGIES, Physics (incl. astronomy)
  • Disciplines  (University of Antwerp):Applied mathematics in specific fields, Computer architecture and networks, Distributed computing, Information sciences, Information systems, Programming languages, Scientific computing, Theoretical computer science, Visual computing, Other information and computing sciences, Astronomy and space sciences, Classical physics, Condensed matter physics and nanophysics, Elementary particle and high energy physics, Other physical sciences, Bioinformatics and computational biology, Diagnostics, Laboratory medicine, Medical imaging and therapy, Morphological sciences, Public health care, Public health services, Other paramedical sciences, Medicinal products
  • Disciplines  (IMEC VZW):Communications, Communications technology, Control systems, robotics and automation, Electronics, Modelling, Multimedia processing, Nanotechnology, Power electronics, Biomaterials engineering, Ceramic and glass materials, Composites and hybrid materials, Materials science and engineering, Metallurgical engineering, Polymeric materials, Semiconductor materials, Other materials engineering, Biological system engineering, Biomechanical engineering, Medical biotechnology, Computer hardware, Computer theory, Scientific computing, Signal processing, Other engineering and technology, Public health care, Public health sciences, Public health services, Social medical sciences
  • Research techniques  (University of Antwerp):Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)- functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)- diffusion tensor imaging (DTI)- diffusion kurtosis imaging (DKI)- perfusie magnetic resonance imaging (ASL)- neurodegenerative diseasesComputed tomography - X-ray imaging- laminography, tomosynthesis- dynamic CT- discrete tomographyElectron tomography- motion correction- image reconstructionImage processing- noise estimation and reduction- segmentation- sparse sampling- shape modelling
  • Users of research expertise  (University of Antwerp):Scanner developersManufacturersBiomedical imagingMedical imaging