Spectralligence at ISMRM 2024

ISMRM 2024

The Spectralligence project is well represented at the coming scientific conference of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. A total of 4 abstracts will be presented!

Julian P. Merkofer et al. “Assessing Machine Learning Robustness in MRS Quantification: Impact of Training Strategies on Out-of-Distribution Generalization”

Julian P. Merkofer et al. “Data-Driven MRS Signal Decomposition Using Wavelet Analysis”

Dennis van de Sande et al. “Comparison of Variational Autoencoders for Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy DataSynthesis”

Dennis van de Sande et al. “Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Data Generation Using Physics-informed Autoencoders”

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Workshop on AI generizability

On 19 April 2023 we organized a workshop at TU/e on the generizability of AI in spectroscopy. Apart from the Spectralligence partners, representatives were invited from various institutes and companies active in different fields of spectroscopy (Bruker, Spectro AG, Wageningen University, Jena University, Avantes). Photo: PhD researcher Dennis van de Sande opens the workshop. More info can be found here.

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Transformer hackathon

On 1 March 2023, we organized a “Transformer hackathon”, during which we discussed if and how the new concept of “Transformer neural networks” can be used to enhance the various spectral analysis applications that we study in our Spectralligence project. Guest lectures were given by dr. Mitko Veta (from partner TU/e) and prof.dr. Marc Aubreville (Ingolstadt Medical Imaging).

Lecture dr. Mitko Veta
Lecture prof.dr. Marc Aubreville
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Two abstracts at ISMRM 2023

Two abstracts about Spectralligence results have been accepted for presentation by the ISMRM 2023 conference:

Julian Merkofer: Predicting Uncertainty of Metabolite Quantification in Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy with Applications for Adaptive Ensembling.

Dennis van de Sande: Conditional VAE for Single-Voxel MRS Data Generation.

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Spectralligence kick-off

On 1 November 2021 the ITEA4 Spectralligence project has started, and on 10 November we held our first in-person meeting at Philips Healthcare in Best, The Netherlands, with online participation of our Finnish partner.

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