This one-day meeting will highlight developments in signal enhancement methods in magnetic resonance.
New Aspects of Dissolution DNP
Geoffrey Bodenhausen, ENS Paris, EPFL Switzerland
High polarisation of nuclear spins mediated by nanoparticles at millikelvin temperaturesLong-lived Reservoirs of Hyperpolarized Magnetization:
David Gadian UCL, Institute of Child Health
New Concepts and Applications
Giuseppe Pileio, University of Southampton
Quantification in signal enhancement and noise reduction techniques
Jon Mitchell, University of Cambridge
Solid-state NMR studies of Supercapacitor Electrode Materials
John Griffin, University of Cambridge
Hyperpolarization by Other Means: Quantum Rotor Induced Polarization (QRIP) in Liquid State NMR
Maik Icker, University of Warwick
Hyperpolarized 3He for polarized neutrons - magnetic resonance signal enhancement for neutron scattering enhancementAssessment of lung disease using hyperpolarised gas MRI
Stephen Boag, Rutherford Appleton
Helen Marshall, University of SheffieldTo register please click here or visit the website via iop.org/conferences.