The March 2021 Q&A is with Simon Robinson and Korbinian Eckstein (Medical University of Vienna) and Barbara Dymerska, by Highlights contributor Eva Alonso-Ortiz. Their paper is “Phase unwrapping with a rapid opensource minimum spanning tree algorithm (ROMEO)”.
Barbara Dymerska and Korbinian Eckstein
From left to right: David Bancelin (post-doc in Simon’s group working on the correction of physiological noise using fMRI phase), Simon Robinson, Beata Bachrata (a PhD student Simon’s group: a co-author on ROMEO and ISMRM YIA finalist in the 2021 competition for the I.I. Rabi Award), Korbinian Eckstein, and Pedro Cardoso (post-doc working with Prof. Siegfried Trattnig on fingerprinting in clinical populations; formerly working in Simon’s on exploratory fMRI analysis).