Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Relaxometry
Unit(s) of assessment: General Engineering
School: School of Science and Technology
The Magnetic Resonance Imaging and NMR relaxometry group studies a wide range of application of magnetic resonance including the use in sensors and imaging. Major studies include the development of clogging sensors for constructed wetlands as well as applications in developing pressure sensitive contrast agents for use in porous media. Other areas of interest within the group include techniques for food authentication and validation. Our interdisciplinary research takes place at the interface between physics and engineering.
- Dr Martin Bencsik
- Dr Rob Morris
- Dr Mike Newton
- Dr Theodore Hughes-Riley