Viktor Vegh
Viktor Vegh
Centre for Advanced Imaging, The University of Queensland
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Echo time‐dependent quantitative susceptibility mapping contains information on tissue properties
S Sood, J Urriola, D Reutens, K O’Brien, S Bollmann, M Barth, V Vegh
Magnetic resonance in medicine 77 (5), 1946-1958, 2017
532017
Intravenous immunoglobulin protects neurons against amyloid beta‐peptide toxicity and ischemic stroke by attenuating multiple cell death pathways
A Widiapradja, V Vegh, KZ Lok, S Manzanero, J Thundyil, M Gelderblom, ...
Journal of neurochemistry 122 (2), 321-332, 2012
482012
The use of a Riesz fractional differential-based approach for texture enhancement in image processing
Q Yu, F Liu, I Turner, K Burrage, V Vegh
ANZIAM Journal 54, C590-C607, 2012
352012
Multi-term time-fractional Bloch equations and application in magnetic resonance imaging
S Qin, F Liu, I Turner, V Vegh, Q Yu, Q Yang
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 319, 308-319, 2017
312017
Characterization of anomalous relaxation using the time‐fractional Bloch equation and multiple echo T2*‐weighted magnetic resonance imaging at 7 T
S Qin, F Liu, IW Turner, Q Yu, Q Yang, V Vegh
Magnetic resonance in medicine 77 (4), 1485-1494, 2017
262017
Assessment of microstructural signal compartments across the corpus callosum using multi-echo gradient recalled echo at 7 T
K Thapaliya, V Vegh, S Bollmann, M Barth
NeuroImage 182, 407-416, 2018
232018
A variable order fractional differential-based texture enhancement algorithm with application in medical imaging
Q Yu, V Vegh, F Liu, I Turner
PloS one 10 (7), e0132952, 2015
232015
Wear resistance in carbon fiber friction materials
MC James, TB Walker, N Murdie
US Patent 6,691,393, 2004
222004
The design of planar gradient coils. Part I: A winding path correction method
V Vegh, H Zhao, GJ Galloway, DM Doddrell, IM Brereton
Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B: Magnetic Resonance Engineering: An …, 2005
212005
Tissue microstructure features derived from anomalous diffusion measurements in magnetic resonance imaging
Q Yu, D Reutens, K O'Brien, V Vegh
Human brain mapping 38 (2), 1068-1081, 2017
192017
Globally optimal superconducting magnets Part I: Minimum stored energy (MSE) current density map
QM Tieng, V Vegh, IM Brereton
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 196 (1), 1-6, 2009
192009
The challenge of bias‐free coil combination for quantitative susceptibility mapping at ultra‐high field
S Bollmann, SD Robinson, K O'Brien, V Vegh, A Janke, L Marstaller, ...
Magnetic resonance in medicine 79 (1), 97-107, 2018
162018
Selective channel combination of MRI signal phase
V Vegh, K O'Brien, M Barth, DC Reutens
Magnetic resonance in medicine 76 (5), 1469-1477, 2016
162016
MRI resolution enhancement: How useful are shifted images obtained by changing the demodulation frequency?
QM Tieng, GJ Cowin, DC Reutens, GJ Galloway, V Vegh
Magnetic resonance in medicine 65 (3), 664-672, 2011
16*2011
Minimum stored energy high-field MRI superconducting magnets
QM Tieng, V Vegh, IM Brereton
IEEE transactions on applied superconductivity 19 (4), 3645-3652, 2009
162009
The laminar cortex model: a new continuum cortex model incorporating laminar architecture
J Du, V Vegh, DC Reutens
Public Library of Science 8 (10), e1002733, 2012
132012
Globally optimal superconducting magnets Part II: Symmetric MSE coil arrangement
QM Tieng, V Vegh, IM Brereton
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 196 (1), 7-11, 2009
132009
Can anomalous diffusion models in magnetic resonance imaging be used to characterise white matter tissue microstructure?
Q Yu, D Reutens, V Vegh
NeuroImage 175, 122-137, 2018
122018
A variant of differential evolution for discrete optimization problems requiring mutually distinct variables
V Vegh, GK Pierens, QM Tieng
International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information and Control 7 (2 …, 2011
122011
Towards ultimate low frequency air-core magnetometer sensitivity
R Pellicer-Guridi, MW Vogel, DC Reutens, V Vegh
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
112017
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