OSIPI Task Force 2.2: ASL contributions

Task force aims

Collect and harmonise ASL code snippets from developers

Task force description

Task force 2.2 will develop a library of open-source functions, and scripts for ASL perfusion imaging analysis. This is aimed at developers of ASL perfusion methods looking for specific functionality or development templates, or who want to share their own in-house developments with others. Contributions will be sourced from the community, and include individual functions and scripts in various programming languages. Task force 2.2 will organise these in a coherent and well-documented library structure as defined by task force 2.1, then identify and develop any missing functionality. Note that an inventory of full pipelines are in TF1.1.

Task force leads


Maria Mora
Technical University of Munich, Germany

Task force members

  • Sudipto Dolui
  • Rebeca Echeverria Chasco
  • Patrick Hales
  • Li Zhao
  • Henk-Jan Mutsaerts
  • Yiming Wang
  • Limin Zhou

Task force status

  • Lead identified
  • March 31, 2020 Co-lead identified
  • May 01, 2020 - Roadmap Defined
  • Aug. 15, 2020 - Scope Defined

  • Task force folder on drive - storage space for public or private documents developed by the task force.
  • Task force slack channel - for discussions between task force members.
  • Task force webpage backend - for information on task force progress, links to public resources, aims, membership, status, etc.

TF2.2 Roadmap

Our 2 year (2020-2022) roadmap can be found here.

TF2.2 Scope Document

Our scope document can be found here. Suggestions are more than welcome, and if you’d like to contribute and/or join please contact any of the leads!