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MRI Meeting, Swansea 19/11/15

10:30-14:30 ILS 2nd floor meeting room (glass box room)
14:30-18:00 Margam 122

Tentative agenda

10:30-11:00 Coffee and biscuits

11:00-11:30 QA and spectroscopy (Sophie)
11:30-11:50 Spectroscopy modelling (Chris)
11:50-12:10 Prostate MRS (Iannis)
12:10-12:30 Prostate cancer imaging and diffusion phantoms (Gizem)
12:30-13:00 Diffusion/kurtosis theory and simulations (Jon)

13:00-13:30 Lunch break (lunch provided)

13:30-14:00 Relating MRS and BOLD signals to physiology (Umesh)
14:00-14:30 Modelling and optmization framework (Max)

14:30-15:00 Coffee break

15:00-18:00 Discussions

QuTeE / NRN Control and Quantum Spin Networks Workshop

A QuTeE workshop linked with our NRN project on spin networks on quantum control and quantum spin networks will take place on 16/11/2015 at The Queen’s Buildings at Cardiff University in the west extension room WX/3.14. Anyone is welcome to attend.


(times are approximate)

11:00 Ben Thorpe
Simulating spin transport in semiconductors
(~30 mins talk plus extra time for discussions)

11:45 Ian Ward
Quantum system model parameter estimation
(~30 mins talk plus extra time for discussions)

12:30 Lunch break

14:00 Max Chandler
A framework for quantum control algorithms and
applications in MRI/S
(~15 mins talk plus extra time for discussions)

14:30 Edmond Jonckheere
Clash of the Titans – Classical vs. Quantum Robust Control

15:00 Further discussions and future plans

17:00 Expected close, but we can go on…


QuTeE, Quantum Technologies and Engineering, focuses on modelling and control techniques to engineer quantum devices and processes. We work on techniques to design, control and optimise the behaviour of quantum processes based on methods to model and simulate quantum systems, characterise their behaviour by parameter and model learning, and visualise and analyse measurement signals. Particular application areas we pursue are related to spin dynamics, quantum spin networks, magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy, spintronics and semiconductor devices, and chemical synthesis.