About Me

Hi, I am Sven,

I’m a DPhil.(PhD) candidate and Clarendon Scholar within the interdisciplinary Doctoral Training Centre at the University of Oxford.

My research project aims to develop new methods for cardiac gating and motion estimation using only power reflections of the transceiver MRI coils. The current gold standard for cardiac gating in the scanner, the electrocardiogram (ECG), can be affected by the high magnetic field strength in 7 Tesla MRI, resulting in missed or false trigger results that can increase scan time or significantly degrade image quality in cardiovascular MRI.

Education & Experience

Doctoral Training Centre

OXFORD UNIVERSITY [ 2015 - present ]

Reading for the Biomedical Imaging (ONBI) Programme

BIOTRONIK

QUALITY ENGINEER [ 2013 - 2015 ]

I worked as a Quality Engineer in the Division of External Devices (External Pacemaker, Home Monitoring, Pacing System Analyser)

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES HAMBURG

Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering [ 2011 - 2013 ]
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering [ 2007 - 2011 ]

My Skills

Excel

Quality Assurance

Image Analysis

Python

C++

Matlab

Publications

Journals


  • Sven Jaeschke, Matthew D. Robson, Aaron T. Hess (2017), "Cardiac Gating using Scattering of an 8 Channel Parallel Transmit Coil at 7T", Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, DOI:10.1002/mrm.27038

  • Conferences


    [2017] ISMRM, 25th Annual Meeting&Exhibition, Honolulu, HI, USA

  • Evaluating the Influence of B1-Shimming on Contact-free Cardiac Gating using Scatter of a Parallel Transmit Coil at 7T MRI [pdf]
  • Contact-free Cardiac Motion Estimation using the Scatter of a Parallel Transmit Coil at 7T MRI [pdf]

  • [2017] Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, 20th Annual Scientific Session, Washington, DC, USA

  • Contact-free cardiac gating using the transmit RF coil by monitoring the scattering matrix on a parallel transmit scanner

  • [2013] ISMRM Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, UT, USA

  • A clinical evaluation of a novel, retrospective and entropy-based intensity inhomogeneity correction method in 3T MRI [pdf]
  • A retrospective, fully automated and fast method for intensity inhomogeneity correction in 7T MRI [pdf]
  • Contact Me

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    For any questions, please feel free to contact me by email.

    Address: Oxford Centre for Magnetic Resonance (OCMR), John Radcliffe Hospital, Headington, Oxford OX3 9DU

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