Biomedical Engineering
School of ITEE

Dr Jin Jin

Contact details

Level 5, General Purpose South [78]
Tel: 3365 1181
Fax: 3365 4999
jinjin@itee.uq.edu.au 
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Biography

After completing his Masters Degree and Ph.D at the University of Queensland, Jin took up a position as a postdoc research fellow in the School of ITEE. His Ph.D aimed to solve various questions related to high-field Magnetic Resonance Imaging. His method of estimating heat deposition in patients during an MRI scan has been patented and has attracted wide attention.

Research Interests
  • Efficient method of control patient safety during a high-field MRI scan
  • Novel radio-frequency technology for improving MR image quality
  • Fast imaging methods and image reconstruction algorithms
  • Computational electromagnetics
Achievements/Highlights
  • The CiSRA Postgraduate Research Prize, 2010
  • Featured articles, selected by IOP (Institute of Physics). J Jin, F Liu, E Weber, S Crozier, Improving SAR estimations in MRI using subject-specific models, Phys Med Biol, 57: 8153-8171, 2012.
  • 1st place of High Field Systems and Applications Study Group Poster Prize Competition, ISMRM 2013
  • The ISMRM Summa Cum Laude Merit Award on “On Patient-specifc models for Accurate SAR Estimations at 7T”
  • The ISMRM Summa Cum Laude Merit Award on “Application of Rotating RF Coil Array in B1 Shimming with Strict Local SAR Constraints”

 

Publications
  • J. Jin, F. Liu, E. Weber and S. Crozier, Improving SAR estimations in MRI using subject-specific models, Physics in Medicine and Biology, vol. 57(24), pp. 8153–8171, 2012. Featured articles, selected by IOP (Institute of Physics)
  • J. Jin, F. Liu, E. Weber, Y. Li, and S. Crozier, An Electromagnetic Reverse Method of Coil Sensitivity Mapping for Parallel MRI - Theoretical Framework, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol.207, pp.59-68, 2010.
  • J. Jin, F. Liu, Z. Zuo, R. Xue, M. Li, Y. Li, E. Weber, S. Crozier, Inverse field-based approach for simultaneous B1 mapping at high fields - a phantom based study, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol 217, pp. 27-35, 2012.
  • M. Jiang, J. Jin, F. Liu, Y. Yu, L. Xia, W. Wang, and S. Crozier, Sparsity-constrained SENSE reconstruction, An efficient implementation using a Fast Composite Splitting Algorithm, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Accepted, 24/Dec/2012

 

 


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