In today’s Q&A, Krishna Nayak from USC interviewed Fuyixue Wang and Kawin Setsompop from the Martinos center about their recent paper on Echo-planar time resolved imaging (EPTI). EPTI is an extension of Tilted-CAIPI, encoding data in ky-t space to take advantage of signal correlation along these dimensions.
For those who would like to get a quick overview of our discussion, below is an annotation of the interview. Clicking on the timestamp will take you to the exact video location where the topic is discussed.0:00 Intro.
6:50 Fuyixue got interested in MRI in college, joined Kawin’s lab to work on pushing the limits of spatial and temporal resolution.
8:20 Tips for aspiring authors on how to make clear illustrations: Use a separate figure for each take-home message in the paper.