Seminar and Workshop Programme
The CNT normally holds monthly seminars and workshops. The seminars will be given by distinguished speakers from within UCL and from other institutions. The workshops will be thematically organized, and will provide an opportunity for researchers within UCL working on closely related topics to exchange ideas and insights. Refreshments will be provided after the seminar, giving the opportunity for discussion with the speaker. In addition, an annual one-day March or July Workshop will be held, to which internationally-known external speakers will be invited, as well as presentations and posters from local contributors. This Workshop will be held in suitable UCL premises, and is intended to allow maximal opportunity for development of collaborative projects.
The monthly seminars normally take place on the first Thursday of each month at 16:00 and the workshops at 16:00 also on Thursdays, in the 4th Floor Seminar Room of the Functional Imaging Laboratory (FIL), 12 Queen Square. All welcome. Free admission, no need to register in advance.
Thursday 10th November 2016 at 16:00 David Gadian, UCL Hyperpolarization methods for magnetic resonance - past, present and future
Thursday 15th December 2016 at 16:00 Federico Demartino, Maastricht Imaging the human auditory pathway at high fields: high-resolution functional and anatomical characteristics ***Sponsored by the Institute of Physics Medical Physics Group***
Tuesday 31st January 2017 at 17:00 Ozlem Ipek; EPFL, Lausanne Computational modelling aspects of MR safety
Thursday 2nd February 2017 at 16:00 Fernando Lopes da Silva; University of Amsterdam Annual CNT Lecture on EEG: A personal view on EEG; its meaning and significance
Thursday 2nd March 2017 at 16:00 Andre Altmann, UCL Imaging and genetics
Thursday 9th March 2017 at 16:00 Prof Gail McConnell; University of Strathclyde Biomedical optical mesoscopy with a new giant objective lens
Thursday 1st June 2017 at 16:00 Mina Kim, UCL CEST-MRI: from bench to bedside
Thursday 6th July 2017 at 16:00 Shaihan Malik, KCL Parallel transmit and its application at ultra-high field