Course Information

This course will be taught over Zoom, in a “Flipped-Classroom” style, with approximately 120 minutes of recorded lecture material each week. (Some optional lecture material is included.) Two 80-min sessions will be used for questions, examples and working homework problems.

Course information will be distributed as follows (see links at left):

  • Schedule (Lectures, Assignments) - Google Calendar

  • Lecture Videos - available on YouTube

  • Code - availabel at GitHub

  • Class Recordings - available via Box (participants only)

  • Notes and Documents - available via Box

  • Quizzes - available on Canvas

Prerequisite

A basic course in MRI, such as EE369B, is a required prerequisite for this class. Please talk to us about exceptions, to help you prepare.

Grading

  • Class Quizzes and Participation (5%)

  • Weekly homework (80%)

  • Project Proposal (5%)

  • Final and/or Project (10%)

Textbooks

We will NOT follow a particular textbook. If you work on MRI, these are well worth owning. Otherwise, try to borrow one!

Recommended, NOT REQUIRED!



Handbook of MRI Pulse Sequences
Matt Bernstein, Kevin King, Joe Zhou
Free link (within Stanford)
Amazon link



Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Dwight Nishimura
Order Here