Silvia De Santis1,2, Shani Ben Amitay3, Yaniv Assaf3, Derek K. Jones1
1CUBRIC, School of psychology, CARDIFF University, United Kingdom; 2Physics department, Sapienza University, Rome, Italy; 3Tel Aviv University, Israel
We propose a simple procedure for eddy currents correction based on a linear model for the distortions as a function of gradient amplitude. The model was first test on a tetradecane phantom and then applied to human brain. The procedure was demonstrated to improve the fit quality when a CHARMED data analysis is performed. Furthermore, the corrections can be combined with a model for motion-induced distortions to further improve the data quality.