MRI.TOOLS GmbH builds on more than 20 years of experience in MRI science and industry, maintaining close and intense collaboration with our national and international academic partners. With its products MRI.TOOLS GmbH aims to answer the growing needs of the modern global medical industry as well as those of modern academic, preclinical and clinical research.
The mission of MRI.TOOLS GmbH is to meet the needs of medical and biomedical imaging in particular. For this purpose MRI.TOOLS GmbH has developed a portfolio of innovative hardware and novel technology for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) but also for other medical imaging modalities. MRI.TOOLS GmbH is an excellent partner for specific training and consulting in the field of medical imaging (e.g. certification of medical devices under the Medical Devices Act and MRI-user training as well as basic hands-on coil building training).
From our portfolio: RF antennae (coils) for clinical and preclinical MRI; we provide solutions for all magnetic field strengths used for human and animal imaging. We custom design RF coils that suit to your exact needs and specifications. MRI Accessories – useful tools as well as customer tuned accessories to speed up your research. We offer services and consultancy relating to medical imaging and medical devices for up to 9.4T, including product certification, MR safety, MR pulse sequence design and much more.
MRI of the human Heart at 7.0T
EUREKA-Eurostars success stories
"MRI.TOOLS GmbH aus Deutschland hat sich auf die Weiterentwicklung der Hardware konzentriert und kleine Hochfrequenz-Antennen entwickelt, die das Senden und Empfangen der MRT-Signale verbessern. Dadurch wird die Echtzeit-MRT noch zuverlässiger..."
Promoting patient safety by a novel combination of imaging technologies for biodegradable magnesium implants [...] Within this action, 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) address the optimisation of imaging technologies for biodegradable magnesium implants... read more
Solving the Time- and Frequency-Multiplexed Problem of Constrained Radiofrequency Induced Hyperthermia
"Targeted radiofrequency (RF) heating induced hyperthermia has a wide range of applications, ranging from adjunct anti-cancer treatment to localized release of drugs. Focal RF heating is usually approached using time-consuming nonconvex optimization procedures or approximations, which significantly hampers its application. To address this limitation, this work presents an algorithm that recasts the problem as a semidefinite program and quickly solves it to global optimality..."