ir. J. van Gemert

PhD student
Circuits and Systems (CAS), Department of Microelectronics

PhD thesis (Jan 2019): Efficient computational methods in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Promotor: Rob Remis, Andrew Webb

Expertise: MRI imaging technology

Themes: Biomedical signal processing/wavefield imaging

Biography

Jeroen van Gemert was a PhD student at CAS and MS3, working with Rob Remis on the MRI project. He graduated on 24 Jan 2019. He is currently with Philips Medical, working on MRI technology.

Projects history

Dielectric enhanced MRI

Modeling and analyzing the effect of high permittivity pads in MRI imaging

  1. A Simulation Study on the Effect of Optimized High Permittivity Materials on Fetal Imaging at 3T
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; R. Remis; A. Webb;
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
    Volume 82, pp. 1822-1831, 2019. DOI: 10.1002/mrm.27849
    document

  2. Accelerating Implant RF Safety Assessment Using a Low-Rank Inverse Update Method
    P.R.S. Stijnman; J.P. Tokaya; J. van Gemert; P.R. Luijten; J.P.W. Pluim; W.M. Brink; R.F. Remis; C.A.T. van den Berg; A.J.E. Raaijmakers;
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
    2019. DOI: 10.1002/mrm.28023
    document

  3. High-Permittivity Pad Design Tool for 7T Neuroimaging and 3T Body Imaging
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
    Volume 81, pp. 3370-3378, 2019. DOI: 10.1002/mrm.27629
    document

  4. Accelerating Compressed Sensing in Parallel Imaging Reconstructions Using an Efficient Circulant Preconditioner for Cartesian Trajectories
    K. Koolstra; J. van Gemert; P. Bornert; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
    Volume 81, pp. 670-681, 2019. DOI: 10.1002/mrm.27371
    document

  5. Accelerated SAR Computations by Exploiting Sparsity in the Anatomical Domain
    W. Brink; J. van Gemert; R. Remis; A. Webb;
    In ISMRM 2019: The 27th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM (book of abstracts),
    Montreal (Canada), pp. 0735, May 2019.
    document

  6. A Fast and Easy-to-Use Tool for designing High-Permittivity Pads for 3T Body and 7T Neuroimaging Applications
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    In ISMRM 2019: The 27th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM (book of abstracts),
    Montreal (Canada), pp. 0276, May 2019. ISMRM Magna Cum Laude Award.
    document

  7. Optimized High-Permittivity Pads Can Reduce SAR and Increase Transmit Field Homogeneity in Fetal Imaging at 3T
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; R. Remis; A. Webb;
    In ISMRM 2019: The 27th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM (book of abstracts),
    Montreal (Canada), pp. 4066, May 2019.
    document

  8. Calculation of the Scattered RF Field Around Implants Within Seconds Using a Low-Rank Inverse Updating Method
    P.R.S. Stijnman; J.P. Tokaya; J.H. van Gemert; P.R. Luijten; J.P.W. Pluim; W.M. Brink; R.F. Remis; C.A.T. van den Berg; A.J.E. Raaijmakers;
    In ISMRM 2019: The 27th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM (book of abstracts),
    Montreal (Canada), pp. 4155, May 2019.
    document

  9. Massively Accelerated Simulations of High-Permittivity Materials in Multi-Channel Receive Arrays
    W. Brink; J. van Gemert; P. Bornert; R. Remis; A. Webb;
    In ISMRM 2019: The 27th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM (book of abstracts),
    Montreal (Canada), pp. 1577, May 2019.
    document

  10. Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging Based on High Permittivity Pad Optimization
    R. Remis; J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb;
    In ICIAM 2019: International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (book of abstracts),
    Valencia (Spain), pp. 266, July 2019.
    document

  11. Efficient computational methods in Magnetic Resonance Imaging: From optimal dielectric pad design to effective preconditioned imaging techniques
    J. van Gemert;
    PhD thesis, TU Delft, Fac. EEMCS, January 2019. ISBN: 978-94-028-1334-0. DOI: 10.4233/uuid:9d22f175-0fc0-489e-83b7-30ffd9996b3b
    document

  12. Accelerating compressed sensing in parallel imaging reconstructions using an efficient circulant preconditioner for cartesian trajectories
    K. Koolstra; J. van Gemert; P. Bornert; A. Webb; R.F. Remis;
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
    pp. 1-16, 2018. DOI: 10.1002/mrm.27371
    document

  13. High-Permittivity Pad Design for Dielectric Shimming in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Projection-Based Model Reduction and a Nonlinear Optimization Scheme
    J. H. F. van Gemert; W. M. Brink; A. G. Webb; R. F. Remis;
    IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging,
    Volume 37, Issue 4, pp. 1035-1044, April 2018. ISSN: 0278-0062. DOI: 10.1109/TMI.2018.2791179
    document

  14. High‐permittivity pad design tool for 7T neuroimaging and 3T body imaging
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,
    pp. 1-9, December 2018. DOI: 10.1002/mrm.27629
    document

  15. Acellerating Compressed Sensing in Cartesian Parallel Imaging Reconstructions Using an Efficient and Effective Circulant Preconditioner
    J. van Gemert; K. Koolstra; P. Bornert; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    In ISMRM18 – International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 26th Annual Meeting and Exhibition,
    Paris (France), June 2018.
    document

  16. An Efficient Methodology for the Analysis of Dielectric Shimming Materials in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    J. Van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging,
    Volume 36, Issue 2, pp. 666-673, February 2017. ISSN 0278-0062. DOI: 10.1109/TMI.2016.2624507
    document

  17. Dielectric enhanced dipoles for MRI - Approaching the ideal current pattern
    W. M. Brink; J. Paska; J. Dai; J. H. F. van Gemert; G. Chen; G. C. Wiggins; R. F. Remis; C. M. Collins; A. G. Webb;
    In 2017 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA),
    (Verona, Italy), pp. 1220-1223, September 2017. DOI: 10.1109/ICEAA.2017.8065489
    document

  18. Designing High-Permittivity Pads for Dielectric Shimming in MRI using Model Order Reduction and Gauss-Newton Optimization
    J. H. F. van Gemert; W. M. Brink; A. G. Webb; R. F. Remis;
    In 2017 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA),
    (Verona, Italy), pp. 417-420, September 2017. DOI: 10.1109/ICEAA.2017.8065266
    document

  19. Efficient analysis of dielectric materials in coupled RF coil configurations
    W. Brink; J. Paska; J. Dai; J. van Gemert; G. Chen; G. Wiggens; R. Remis; C. Collins; A. Webb;
    In Proc. 9th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM Benelux Chapter,
    Tilburg, The Netherlands, pp. P-071, January 2017.
    document

  20. Fast 3D design of high-permittivity pads for dielectric shimming using model order reduction and nonlinear optimization
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    In Proc. 9th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM Benelux Chapter,
    Tilburg, The Netherlands, pp. O-033, January 2017.
    document

  21. Fast 3D design of high-permittivity pads for dielectric shimming using model order reduction and nonlinear optimization
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    In Proc. 25th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM,
    Honolulu, USA, April 2017.
    document

  22. An Efficient Methodology for the Analysis of Dielectric Shimming Materials in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    preprint; IEEE Tr. Medical Imaging,
    November 2016. DOI: 10.1109/TMI.2016.2624507
    document

  23. Automated Design Approach for Dielectric Shimming in High Field MRI
    W. Brink; J. van Gemert; R. Remis; A. Webb;
    In ISMRM UHF 2016 – International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Workshop on Ultra High Field MRI: Technological Advances and Clinical Applications (book of abstracts),
    Heidelberg (Germany), March 2016.

  24. An Efficient 3D RF Simulation Tool for Dielectric Shimming Optimization
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R.F. Remis;
    In ISMRM16 – International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 24rd Annual Meeting & Exhibition, (book of abstracts),
    Singapore, pp. 1148, May 2016.

  25. Dielectric Shimtool for Automated Design of Dielectric Pads
    W. Brink; J. van Gemert; R. Remis; A. Webb;
    In ISMRM16 – International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 24rd Annual Meeting \& Exhibition (book of abstracts),
    Singapore, pp. 2148, May 2016.

  26. An Efficient 3D RF Simulation Tool for Dielectric Shimming Optimization
    J. van Gemert; W. Brink; A. Webb; R. Remis;
    In ISMRM16 - Benelux – The 8th Annual Meeting of the ISMRM Benelux Chapter (book of abstracts),
    Eindhoven (The Netherlands), pp. 4, January 2016.

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