19 - 22 Mar 2022
Champalimaud Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal

With now nearly one hundred human ultra-high field (UHF) MRI systems installed and the recent approval for certain clinical protocols, the realm of UHF MRI applications keeps rapidly expanding. The advancement has been dependent on continuous technological and methodological progress. This interplay between application and technology still drives the entire field forward and forms the basis of the workshop.

This ultra-high field workshop has a three-and-a-half-day format, consisting of optional pre-meeting educational sessions followed by the main scientific workshop. The three pre-meeting educational sessions will be dedicated to practical UHF for those new to the field, to RF coil development and to preclinical UHF. The main workshop will give a broad overview of the status of the vast UHF landscape spanning from latest technology to mature clinical applications, as well as outline current trends into the future. Next to invited talks and abstract presentations, time will be devoted to discussions on community efforts and to foster collaborations between sites and disciplines.