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University of Minnesota_References University of Minnesota

“The camera was of invaluable help to troubleshoot one of our human ultra-high-field systems, where it has been monitoring field instabilities for many weeks with great success.”

Pierre-François Van de Moortele, MD, PhD, Assoc Prof
CMRR, University of Minnesota, USA

Universitaet_Zuerich_Logo University of Zurich

“We are end-users of this technology who expect ease of use. Our installation was a seamless process during which both sales team and the MR experts at Skope were a pleasure to work with.”

Zoltan Nagy, PhD, Head of MRI Physics
University of Zurich, Switzerland

King’s College London

“We have successfully been using Skope’s Dynamic Field Camera technology for more than a year at King’s. The device has been instrumental in understanding and correcting geometrical and functional inaccuracies of our diagnostic Magnetic Resonance images.

Sebastian Kozerke, PhD, Professor and Chair
formerly at King’s College London, UK

ETH Zürich

“Fast, non-Cartesian imaging is simpler than ever since we rely on the Dynamic Field Camera for system characterization and trajectory measurement. Real-time field monitoring with a Clip-on Camera has become a cornerstone of our 7T program. It really helps us harness the power of ultra-high field.”

Klaas Pruessmann, PhD, Director
Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Switzerland

Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht

“At the UMC Utrecht we have built up quite some experience with the 16-channel Skope system for monitoring B0 field fluctuations in the human body at high field. We strive to stabilize sensitive MRI and MRS/MRSI acquisitions by correcting the acquisition and reconstruction techniques for B0 instabilities caused by (involuntary) patient movement.”

D.W.J. Klomp, PhD
UMC Utrecht, The Netherlands

Leiden Logo Leiden University Medical Center

“Having an integrated yet separate spectrometer has given us additional degrees-of-freedom in designing new types of experiment to compensate for B0-disturbances due to subject motion.”

Matthias J.P. van Osch, Andrew Webb
C.J. Gorter Center, The Netherlands

 Oxford 2 University of Oxford

“Having worked with prototype field cameras before, I am impressed by the robustness, reliability and ease of use of Skope’s Dynamic Field Camera. Together with the stand-alone MR Acquisition System it becomes a flexible tool for field measurements, which can readily be integrated into standard scanner sequences.”

Johanna Vannesjo, PhD, post-doctoral researcher
FMRIB Centre, United Kingdom

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