Special Issue "Magnetic Resonance Sensors"
A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2013)
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Prof. Dr. Robert H. Morris
Physics and Maths, Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS, UK
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Interests: 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. Michael I. Newton
Dear Colleagues,Magnetic Resonance finds applications, from spectroscopy to imaging, on a routine basis in the majority of research and medical institutions. It is also becoming more frequently used for specific applications in which the whole instrument and system is designed for optimum operation. Magnetic Resonance sensors have been applied to fields as varied as petro-chemistry - with borehole logging, food engineering - with online process monitoring, emergency medicine - with point of care diagnostics and civil engineering - with sensors for monitoring cement drying. This great diversity is seeing exciting developments in magnetic resonance sensing technology published in application specific journals where they are often not seen by the wider sensor community.
It is clear that there is enormous interest in magnetic resonance sensors and this special edition of Sensors aims to address the wide distribution of relevant articles by providing a forum to disseminate cutting edge research in this field in a single open source publication.
We welcome submissions related to application-specific magnetic resonance sensor technologies, novel applications of sensors to magnetic resonance, new designs for magnetic resonance sensors or their components, new methods for acquiring or processing data collected from magnetic resonance sensors, and other topics within this field. Regular research articles and review articles are equally welcome.
Dr. Robert Morris
Dr. Michael Newton
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- magnetic resonance
- sensor design
- relaxation time
- spin echo
- pulse sequence