Ganter’s Corner
Physicist and researcher at the TUM Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology in the field of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Selection of past and ongoing projects
Software
Teaching
Actual and past courses are listed here. (adjust filters for year and semester)
Collaborations
References
[1] | Carl Ganter. Approximate B1+ scaling of the SSFP steady state. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 89(6):2264--2269, June 2023. [ DOI ] |
[2] | Jessica Schäper, Grzegorz Bauman, Carl Ganter, and Oliver Bieri. Pure balanced steady-state free precession imaging (pure bSSFP). Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 87(4):1886--1893, 2022. [ DOI ] |
[3] | Santhosh Iyyakkunnel, Matthias Weigel, Carl Ganter, and Oliver Bieri. Complex B1+ mapping with Carr-Purcell spin echoes and its application to electrical properties tomography. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 87(3):1250--1260, 2022. [ DOI ] |
[4] | Carl Ganter. Configuration space representation of MRI sequences. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 87(4):2034--2043, 2022. [ DOI ] |
[5] | Walter Schirmacher, Viola Folli, Carl Ganter, and Giancarlo Ruocco. Self-consistent Euclidean-random-matrix theory. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 52:464002, 2019. [ DOI ] |
[6] | Rahel Heule, Carl Ganter, and Oliver Bieri. Variable flip angle T1 mapping in the human brain with reduced T2 sensitivity using fast radiofrequency-spoiled gradient echo imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 75:1413--1422, 2016. [ DOI ] |
[7] | Rahel Heule, Carl Ganter, and Oliver Bieri. Triple echo steady-state (TESS) relaxometry. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 71:230--237, 2014. [ DOI ] |
[8] | Rahel Heule, Carl Ganter, and Oliver Bieri. Rapid estimation of cartilage T2 with reduced T1 sensitivity using double echo steady state imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 71:1137--1143, 2014. [ DOI ] |
[9] | Carl Ganter, Marcus Settles, Isabel Dregely, Francesco Santini, Klaus Scheffler, and Oliver Bieri. B1+-mapping with the transient phase of unbalanced steady-state free precession. B+1-Mapping With Transient Phase SSFP. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 70(6):1515--1523, February 2013. [ DOI ] |
[10] | Oliver Bieri, Carl Ganter, and Klaus Scheffler. On the fluid-tissue contrast behavior of high-resolution steady-state sequences: Fluid-Tissue Contrast Behavior of High-Resolution SSFP. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 68(5):1586--1592, November 2012. [ DOI ] |
[11] | Oliver Bieri, Carl Ganter, and Klaus Scheffler. Quantitative in vivo diffusion imaging of cartilage using double echo steady-state free precession. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 68:720--729, 2012. [ DOI ] |
[12] | Carl Ganter and Walter Schirmacher. Euclidean random matrix theory: Low-frequency non-analyticities and Rayleigh scattering. Philosophical Magazine, 91:1894--1909, 2011. [ DOI ] |
[13] | Oliver Bieri, Klaus Scheffler, Goetz H. Welsch, S. Trattnig, Tallal C. Mamisch, and Carl Ganter. Quantitative mapping of T2 using partial spoiling. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 66:410--418, 2011. [ DOI ] |
[14] | Carl Ganter. Erratum to Analytical solution to the transient phase of steady state free precession sequences. Magn Reson Med 2009;62:149-164. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 63(4):1135--1135, April 2010. [ DOI ] |
[15] | Carl Ganter and Walter Schirmacher. Rayleigh scattering, long-time tails, and the harmonic spectrum of topologically disordered systems. Physical Review B, 82, 2010. [ DOI ] |
[16] | Carl Ganter. Analytical solution to the transient phase of steady-state free precession sequences. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 62(1):149--164, July 2009. [ DOI ] |
[17] | Carl Ganter. Static susceptibility effects in balanced SSFP sequences. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 56(3):687--691, September 2006. [ DOI ] |
[18] | Carl Ganter. Steady state of gradient echo sequences with radiofrequency phase cycling: Analytical solution, contrast enhancement with partial spoiling. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, (1):98--107, 2006. |
[19] | Carl Ganter. Steady state of echo-shifted sequences with radiofrequency phase cycling. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, (4):923--926, 2006. |
[20] | Carl Ganter. Off-resonance effects in the transient response of SSFP sequences. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 52:368--375, 2004. [ DOI ] |
[21] | Edzard Wiener, Marcus Settles, and Carl Ganter. The quantification of ΔR2_{} under brain activation: Dependence on relaxation rate at rest and significance threshold. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 19:649--657, 2001. [ DOI ] |
[22] | Carl Ganter and Walter Schirmacher. Generalizated effective-medium approximation for hopping transport in topologically disordered systems. Philosophical Magazine B, 81:915--924, 2001. [ DOI ] |
[23] | Walter Schirmacher, Gregor Diezemann, and Carl Ganter. Model calculations for the vibrational anomalies of a disordered Lennard-Jones solid. Physica B: Condensed Matter, 284--288:1147--1148, 2000. [ DOI ] |
(complete publication listings can be found here)
Contact
Carl Ganter, Ph.D.
Technical University of Munich
School of Medicine
Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
Ismaningerstr. 22
81675 Munich