Ivar Thokle Hovden

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Visiting address Sem Sælands vei 24 Fysikkbygningen 0371 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 1032 Blindern 0315 OSLO
Other affiliations Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (Student)

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Hovden, Ivar T., et al. "The impact of EPI-based distortion correction of dynamic susceptibility contrast MRI on cerebral blood volume estimation in patients with glioblastoma." European Journal of Radiology 132 (2020): 109278.
 
Hovden, Ivar Thokle. Multivariate Analysis on Preprocessed Time-Frequency Representations of Electrode Voltage Signals from Microelectrode Array Experiments on an in-vitro Dopaminergic Neuronal Culture. MS thesis. NTNU, 2018.

Acknowledged:

Gu, Xuan, and Anders Eklund. "Evaluation of six phase encoding based susceptibility distortion correction methods for diffusion MRI." Frontiers in neuroinformatics 13 (2019): 76.

Other:

(OUS ADF & CRAI meetings 2021) Displacements in brain cancer imaging [pdf]

(ISMRM 2020) Increased cerebral blood volume in cortical and subcortical brain regions in Glioblastoma patients after EPI distortion correction [abstract: pdf; digital poster presentation: pptx]

(KRN PhD Seminar 2019) Echo-planar Imaging distortion correction in Glioblastoma patients [presentation: pdf]

(ESNR2019 & GeiloWS 2020) How does magnetic susceptibility distortion impact EPI-based perfusion MRI? [abstract: docx; poster: pdf, pdf]

(NMFM2019) Echo Planar Imaging (EPI) Distortion Correction for Accurate Coregistration of Perfusion and Anatomical MRI [abstract: pdf; poster: pdf]

(UIO IN9400 2019) Optimizing Artificial Neural Network Hyperparameters and Architecture [essay: pdf]

(ISMRM 2018) Susceptibility Distortion Correction for Registration of Perfusion and Anatomical MRI [abstract: pdf]

(UIO MNSES9100 2018) Internet of Heads [exam essay: pdf]

Tags: Engineering cybernetics, Medical Imaging, magnetic resonance imaging, Machine Learning, Artificial intelligence, neural networks, Neuroinformatics, Control systems
Published Feb. 6, 2019 11:21 AM - Last modified May 23, 2021 4:22 PM