Areas of research interest include:
- Magnetic Resonance Hardware for imaging and for general sensing applications
- Waste Water treatment and monitoring with an emphasis on constructed wetlands
- Magnetic Resonance Elastography
- Food process control and product stability monitoring
- Extrinsic MRI contrast
- Surface acoustic wave devices for fluid manipulation
Dr Morris has a keen interest in applying existing technology to new problems. He has previously used MRI to investigate changes in food products which have undergone different processing during production and storage, investigated the flow of fluids through porous materials and produced automated systems to investigate the wetting properties of surfaces and to monitor pressure during brewing processes.
Dr Morris has previously supervised projects in the areas of research interest listed above. He has an interest in practical projects which lead to application or development of hardware or techniques to new areas and to the generation of new technology. Previous projects include developing embeddable NMR probes for monitoring constructed wetlands, producing low cost electronics for magnetic resonance, droplet manipulation using surface acoustic wave devices and transmit only receive only NMR coils. He welcomes opportunities to collaborate on projects or to perform contract measurements. Please contact Dr Morris directly to discuss possible opportunities or for further information. Information may also be obtained from the NTU Graduate School.