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1. About Terranova

Terranova is an Earth’s field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance system developed by Magritek from Germany. Terranova is the ideal system for hands-on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) learning. The Terranova-MRI uses the Earth’s magnetic field as the primary field for an MRI imaging system that is affordable, compact, lightweight and safe. Teaching modern pulsed NMR & MRI techniques is easy with the Terranova-MRI teaching system. Terranova can do MRI experiments such as Spin-Warp/Spin-Echo (SE) Imaging, Gradient Echo (GE) Imaging and Filtered Back Projection (FBP) Imaging. The system also comes with a wide range of standard NMR experiments including T1, T2, spin echo, and pulsed gradient spin echo (PGSE)

Terranova MRI components


2.myRIO

myRIO is a portable embedded system-on-chip design tool, which makes the task easier and simpler using customizable field programmer gate array (FPGA) and programmable ARM cortex –A9 on the same SOC which can be programmed using C/LABVIEW. It has 667MHz, Z-7010 processor and connectors, mini system port (MSP), myRIO extension port (MXP) and Wi-Fi capabilities allow deploying applications remotely and allow the wireless data transfers. Forty digital I/O lines overall with support for SPI, PWM out, quadrature encoder Input, UART, and I2C. All of this functionality is built in and preconfigured in the default FPGA functionality, which eliminates the need for expansion boards or “shields”. Ultimately, these features allow doing real-world data processing from radio-controlling vehicles to creating stand-alone medical devices. .

3.Software Defined Radio(SDR)

In Communication technology rapid growth leads it to make transition from analog to digital,and SDR plays a vital role in this transition.

A Software defined radio is re configurable and re programmable radio, which is well known as SDR,is hardware platform acts as transceiver. A major concepts of radio is to configured it into a common software platform and use it into different areas.SDR converts RF signal into digital format and back to desired analog frequencies, covers the frequencies from 9KHz to 300GHz.

SDR provides flexibility and re configurable function enhances its performance without changing its hardware. One of the major advantages is security hence it is used in military applications.

Other applications includes Wireless communication Systems,Mobile communication, Signal processing ,Radio Technology.


SELECTED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS:

1. Venkatesha N, Pavan Poojar, Ashwini R, Yasrib Qurishi, Sairam Geethanath,Chandan Srivastava"Ultrafine Graphene Oxide-CoFe2O4 Nanoparticle Composite as T1 and T2 Contrast Agent for Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, Royal Society of Chemistry Advances, RA-ART-12-2015-027186.R1 (Impact factor - 3.84).

2. Rashmi Rao , Ramesh Venkatesan, Sairam Geethanath, “Role of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medical Diagnostics”, journal of science education-Resonance,Indian Academy of sciences, November 2015,Volume 20 Number 11.

3. Mahon L Maguire, Sairam Geethanath, Craig A Lygate, Vikram D Kodibagkar, Jurgen E Schneider, “Compressed Sensing to Accelerate Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging: evaluation and application to 23Na-Imaging of Mouse Hearts” Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, 2015 (IF: 4.53).

4. N, Venkatesha; Poojar, Pavan; Geethanath, Sairam; Srivastava, Chandan " Graphene Oxide-Fe3O4 Nanoparticle Composite with High Proton Relaxivity Value" Journal of Applied Physics, (IF: 2.185).

5. N, Venkatesha; Poojar, Pavan; Geethanath, Sairam; Srivastava, Chandan "Graphene oxide-gadolinium (III) oxide nanoparticle composite: A novel MR contrast agent with high longitudinal and transverse relaxivity" Materials Research Express, MRX-100872.R1.

6. Konar AS, Jain D, Tabassum S, Sundaresan R, Babu R, Venkatesan R, Geethanath S, “Region of Interest Compressed Sensing (ROICS)”, Journal of Indian Institute of Science (IISc) 2014.

7. N. Venkatesha, Pavan Poojar, Sairam Geethanath, Chandan Srivatsava "Graphene Oxide-gadolinium (III) Oxide nano-particle composite: Anovel MR Contrast Agent with high longitudinal and transverse relaxivity". Material Research Express, MRX-100872.R1

8. N. Venkatesha, R. Ashwini, Pavan Poojar,Sairam Geethanath, Chandan Srivatsava "High Value of Proton Relaxivity achieved by Graphine Oxide-Cobalt Ferrite Nanopartical Composite: A Potential Contrast Agent in Magnetic Resonance Imaging", IISc Journal 2014.

9. Geethanath S, Gulaka PK, Kodibagkar VD, “Acceleration of conventional data acquisition in Dynamic Contrast Enhancement comparing Keyhole approaches with Compressive Sensing” Critical reviews in biomedical engineering 2014.

10. Geethanath S, Reddy R, Konar AS, Imam S, Sunderasan R, Babu R, Venkatesan R, “A review on compressed sensing” (Critical Reviews of biomedical engineering, invited review, Citation per document 2.18).

11. Somasundaram A, Konar AS, Padmanabha RA, Babu R, Geethanath S, “Application of a wavelet thresholding algorithm for contrast enhancement of mammograms”, Journal of Visualization, Image Processing and Computation in Biomedicine, 2013.

12. Amutha S, Konar AS, Radhakrishna A, Ramesh Babu D. R, Geethanath S,”A wavelet thresholding algorithm for contrast enhancement of mammograms” (Visualization, Image Processing and Computation in Biomedicine,VIPCB-5779).

13. Geethanath S, Baek H, Ganji SK, Ding Y, Maher EA, Sims, RD, Choi, C, Lewis, MA, Kodibagkar, VD, “Compressive sensing could accelerate 1H MR metabolic imaging in the clinic”, Radiology, 262(3):985:994 (Impact Factor: 6.339).

14. Menon JU, Gulaka PK, McKay MA, Geethanath S, Kodibagkar VD, “Dual-modality, dual-functional nanoemulsions for cellular and molecular imaging”, Theranostics, 2012;2(12):1199-1207 (Impact Factor: 7.806).

SELECTED PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

1. Rashmi Reddy , Imam Shaik , Nithin N Vajuvalli , Dharmendra Kumar K C , and Sairam Geethanath, “Pharmacokinetic modeling driven Rapid Adaptive Spatio-Temporal Resolution for Accelerated (RASTRA) DCE-MRI”, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) – 2016

2. Rashmi Reddy , Imam Shaik , Arush Honnedevasthana , Pavan Poojar , and Sairam Geethanath, “Accelerated Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging (MRSI) using Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF)”, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) – 2016

3. Pavan poojar , Bikkemane Jayadev Nutandev , Nithin N Vajuvalli , C.K. Dharmendra Kuman , Ramesh Venkatesan , and Sairam Geethanath “Gradient optimization using active contour for rapid breast DCE-MRI” International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine – 2016

4. Pavan poojar , Sairam Geethanath, “Beachball: A fast and efficient 3D k-space trajectory with time optimal gradients”, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine – 2016

5. Pavan poojar , Bikkemane Jayadev Nutandev, Ramesh Venkatesan, and Sairam Geethanath “Gradient Optimization for arbitrary k-space trajectories using Active Contour (GOActive)”, International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine – 2016

6. Shivaprasad Ashok Chikop , Amaresha Shridhar Konar , Nithin Vajuvalli , Darshan Shivaram Keelara , Ashwini Kumnoor , Sairamesh raghuraman , Ramesh Venkateshan and sairam Geethanath "A Low cost Cardiac Phantom for Evaluation of Motion and Thermometry " ISMRM 2016

7. Shivaprasad Ashok Chikop, Vimal Chandran, Imam Shaik, Rashmi Rao, Mauricio Reyes Aguirre and Sairam Geethanath "Application of Partial Least Squares regression for Fast and Robust Dictionary Matching for Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting" ISMRM 2016

8. Nithin N Vajuvalli , Amaresh Konar , Shivaprasad Ashok Chikop , Darshan S Keelara , Ashwini Kumnoor , and Sairam Geethanath “A simple and low cost Dynamic contrast enhancement MRI perfusion phantom”, ISMRM 2016

9. Nithin N Vajuvalli , Shivaprasad Ashok Chikop , and Sairam Geethanath, “Dictionary based approach for accelerated determination of Pharmacokinetic maps using Partial Least Square regression”, ISMRM 2016

10. Shivaprasad Ashok Chikop, Antharikshanagar Bellappa Sachin Anchan, Shaikh Imam, Amaresha Shridhar Konar, Rashmi Rao, Arush Honnedevasthana Arun, and Sairam Geethanath "Plug-n-Play Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (PnP- MRF)" ISMRM 2015.

11. Amaresha Shridhar Konar, Nithin N Vajuvalli, Rashmi R Rao, Divya Jain, Dharmendra CK Kumar, and Sairam Geethanath “Highly accelerated DCE-MRI using Region of Interest Compressed Sensing”, ISMRM -2015.

12. Pavan Poojar, Bikkemane Jayadev Nutandev, Arush Honnedevasthana Arun, Antharikashanagar Bellappa Sachin Anchan, Ramesh Venkatesan, and SairamGeethanath “Acquisition strategies for highly accelerated Diffusion weighted imaging” ISMRM-2015.

13. Nithin N, Vajuvalli,Dharmendra Kumar, Manoj Bhosale,Sairam Geethanath,"Highly Accelerated DCE-MRI Pharmacokinetic map Estimation through frequency domain based Tofts model (HAET)",ISMRM 2015.

14. Shivaprasad Ashok Chikop, Antharikshanagar Bellappa Sachin Anchan, Arush Arun Honnedevasthana, Shaikh Imam, and Sairam Geethanath "Spatially Localized Tissue Fingerprinting (STiF)" ISMRM 2015.

15. Amaresha Shridhar Konar, Rashmi R Rao, Shaik Imam, Shivaprasad Chikop, Sachin Anchan, and Sairam Geethanath “Optimization of acquisition parameters for Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting”, ISMRM – 2015

16. Pavan Poojar, Bikkemane Jayadev Nutandev , Amaresha Shridhar Konar , Rashmi Rao , Ramesh Venkatesan, and Sairam Geethanath “Acquisition strategy for limited support Compressed Sensing”, ISMRM-2015.

17. Potdar, S, Bhosale, MG, Chikop, SA, Imam, S, Anchan, ABS, Geethanath, S, “Application and analysis of multi-echo sequences for Renal MRI using EPG”, ISMRM, 2015.

18. Konar, AS, Aiholli, S, Shashikala, HC, Babu, R, Geethanath, S, “Applications of Region of Interest Compressed Sensing (ROICS) to accelerate Magnetic Resonance Angiography”, 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2014. (Impact Factor : 2.727)

19. Vajuvalli, NN, Nayak, KN, Geethanath, S, “Accelerated Pharmacokinetic Map Determination for Dynamic Contrast Enhanced MRI using Frequency-Domain Based Tofts Model”, 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2014. (Impact Factor : 2.727)

20. Chikop, SA, Koulagi, G, Kumbara, AB, Geethanath, S, “Motion Tracking Algorithms for Fetal MRI: Comparative Study”, 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2014.

21. Padma, CR, Potdar,S, Geethanath, S, “Parallel Transmit Pulse Design Optimizing using SOMGA”, 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2014.

22. Chikop, SA, Koulagi, G, Kumbara, AB, Geethanath, S, “Motion Reduction: Free breathing Liver MRI using Kinect camera”, 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2014.

23. Konar, AS, Jain, D, Tabassum, S, Sundaresan, R, Venkatesan, R, Geethanath, S, “ROICS-PI: Combination of Region of Interest Compressed Sensing and Parallel Imaging for Arbitrary k-space Trajectories to Achieve Highly Accelerated MRI”, ISMRM, 2014.

24. Konar, AS, Lingesh, S, Babu, R, Geethanath, S, “Rangoli Undersampling Library (RUSL) for k-space trajectory design to combine compressed sensing and parallel imaging for accelerated MRI”, ISMRM, 2014.

25. Chikop, SA, Shiradon, S, Poojar, P, Honnedevasthana, AA,Prabhuswamy, MM, Pungavkar, S, Geethanath, S, “Segmentation and Visualization of Brain and Lung volumes in fetal MRI using Active Contours and Morphological Operators”, ISMRM, 2014.

26. Reddy, R, Tabassum, S, Imam, S, Vajuvalli, NN, Ramachandra, S, Geethanath, S, “Adaptive spatio-temporal resolution for accelerated (ASTRA) DCEMRI driven by pharmacokinetic modelling”, ISMRM, 2014.

27. Saraswathi, SR, Shetty, T, Poojar, P, Pungavkar, S, Geethanath, S, "Applications of Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Prognosis of Fetal Neuropathology", ISMRM, 2014.

28. Konar, AS,Moeller, S,Czum, J,Barjor, G,Geethanath, S, “Region of Interest Compressive Sensing (ROICS)”, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, ISMRM, 2013.

29. 20. Konar, AS,Moeller, S,Czum, J,Barjor, G,Geethanath, S, “Region of Interest Compressive Sensing (ROICS)”, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, ISMRM, 2013.

30. Chikop, SA, Shiradon,SS, Poojar P, Honnedevasthana, AA, Saraswathi ,RS, Pungavkar, S, Gimi,B, Babu,DR,Geethanath, S, “Organ Segmentation of Fetal MR Images Using Active Contours and Morphology”, Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA, December 2013.

 


abs

A B Sachin Anchan

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Co-founder & Director
GeekSynergy Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

    

jayashree

 Jayashree Ganguly

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Consultant to Philips Innovation Campus, MR Methods.

    

manoj

Manoj Bhosale

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Consultant to Philips Innovation Campus, MR Methods.

ankita

Ankita B

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Currently student at 
New York University, 
Brooklyn, USA

    

ratna

 Ratnamanjuri Devi

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Currently student at 
RWTH Aachen, Germany

    

swathy

Swathy P S

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Currently student at
RWTH Aachen, Germany



HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Prof.Sairam Geethanath was elected as Secretary - Treasurer for ISMRM Indian chapter.
  • Mr.Shivaprasad has won "Zavoisky stipend(total worth $1600)",award from ISMRM for the year 2016.
  • Ms.Rashmi Reddy has won ''Educational stipend ($475)''award from ISMRM for the year 2016.
  • Mr.Nithin Vajuvalli has won ''Educational stipend ($475)''award from ISMRM for the year 2016.
  • Mr. Amaresha K.S. has won "Young Scientist for Seed for Money (SMYSR)" award from VGST, Government of Karnataka for the year 2014-15.
  • Work published by our group has been recognized in a plenary talk at American Society of Neuro Radiology (ASNR: http://www.asnr.org/), a highly reputed annual conference for neuroradiologists.
  • Mr. Shivaprasad A C has won the travel award for the RSNA conference to be held in chicago, Sponsored by DSI.
  • Name of the Granting Authority: Vision Group on Science and Technology (VGST), Govt. of Karnataka.
  • Name of the Grant: Technology Related Innovative Project (TRIP).
  • Year of Sanction: 2013.
  • Grant Amount: INR 34,000/-.
  • Title of the research/ project: “Application of Region of Interest Compressed Sensing to Accelerate Magnetic
  • Resonance Angiography”.
  • Status: Running (Duration 4 months).
  • No. of Papers Published: 1 (National Magnetic Resonance Society 2014).
  • Student Name: Shivaraj Aiholli.
  • PI Name: Amaresha K.S
Simulation on EPG

Simulation on EPG is performed according to Matthias Weigel 2014 paper, please refer the figures. If any bugs please report Sairam Geethanath and Sneha Potdar

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Simulation on NCG

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MRI Simulators

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Day 1

Prof. Hanudatta S. Atreya

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Prof. K. V. Ramanathan

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Day 2

Prof. Gopalkrishna

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Prof. Kodibagkar

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Prof. Steen

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Mr.Shaihan Malik

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Day 3

Mr. J Hanjnal

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Prof. Sairam

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Mr. Shashank

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