1. Bruker

Title: Pre-clinical imaging of neurodegeneration

Max. number of participants: 75

2. Open Science

Initiatives like OpenMR Benelux 2019 are important to promote the growth, understanding and adoption of open science practices in the field of MRI in medicine. This one-day event (16 January 2019, Leiden) covers a range of topics related to open science in MRI (see the website for full talk abstracts). During the open science workshop on 17 January 2019, we will discuss this event and its successes/failures. Attendees will have the opportunity to be part of the discussion and to contribute towards future improvements. If you are interested in meeting likeminded students/researchers and joining the team that will organise the next OpenMR Benelux event, join us for this open science workshop!

Max. number of participants: 40

3. Philips

Title: Speed done right, every time 

To meet the increased demand for productivity, a technology break-through in acceleration is required. Leveraging our long-standing leadership position in speed (i.e. SENSE), Philips brings a breakthrough in productivity. Compressed SENSE is about accelerating full patient examinations and thus guaranteeing the next level in productivity and image quality to empower your staff to focus where it matters the most, enhanced patient care. During this workshop we will elaborate on the practical use of Compressed SENSE. 

Max. number of participants: 75

4. ProefschriftMaken

Title: Workshop Thesis Production 

The production of your thesis is a process that should be as smooth and stressless as possible. The workshop will focus on all the aspects of the process, including topics such as the designing, printing and publishing of your thesis, the time schedule and the costs.

Max. number of participants: 75