|New project in the context of CRC 1527 – HyPERiON
HyPERiON aims to develop new compact yet high performance magnetic resonance solutions.
|Ahmed Hasaneen recieves HyPERiON fellowship
For his Masters‘ thesis, Ahmed develops a PHIP polarization chamber, which allows for the rapid generation of high polarization. One possible application is enhanced polarization on molecular contrast agents for medical imaging.
|Elene Aslanikashvili recieves HyPERiON fellowship
In her Masters‘ thesis, Elene investigates candidates for water soluble SABRE catalysts, as opposed to the current methanol-based techniques. This would make SABRE much more environmentally friendly and be a huge step towards biocompatibility.
|Excellent Bachelor thesis by Leon Middendorf
Over the past four months, Leon has designed and built a custom detector and shimset for our EPR magnet enabling many new applications. We are excited about his excellent work and congratulate to a great bachelor thesis: Congratulations Leon!
|Jakoba Wacker joins the team
Equipped with a M.Sc. degree in Chemistry from the University of Stuttgart Jakoba joins the team as a new PhD student. As an experienced synthetic chemist, she will work on new molecular contrast agents for MRI as well as develop new routes to maximise their polarization.
|Cover feature article: The Steady-State ALTADENA RASER Generates Continuous NMR Signals
Our newest contribution in ChemPhysChem shows the feasibility of an ALTADENA PHIP RASER as a tool to investigate chaos and nonlinear dynamics using a benchtop setup and sheds light on nonlinear dynamics of the NMR RASER.More...
|Sören Lehmkuhl becomes Emmy Noether fellow
The DFG has awarded Sören Lehmkuhl with an Emmy Noether Independant Junior Research group. The central research goal will be to develop a new sensor based on the RASER approach.