Collaborators (in the past 48 months)

Koptyug/Kovtunov Lab @ International Tomography Center (Novosibirsk, Russia) http://www.tomo.nsc.ru/en/structure/lab/lmrm/

 

Goodson Lab @ SIUC https://chem.siu.edu/faculty-staff/faculty/goodson.php

Barlow Lab @ Sir Peter Mansfield Imaging Centre UNott (UK) https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/physics/people/michael.barlow

Theis Lab @ NCSU https://theislab.wordpress.ncsu.edu/

 

Rosen Lab @ Martinos Imaging Center MGH http://martinos.org/lab/lfi

Yen Lab @ Martinos Imaging Center MGH https://www.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/user/3589446

 

Warren Lab @ Duke University https://chem.duke.edu/labs/warren/overview

Gelovani Lab @ Wayne State University https://engineering.wayne.edu/profile/fg0846

Hovener Lab @ Kiel University (Germany) http://moincc.de/team/heads/40-prof-dr-jan-bernd-hoevener

Resources:

Kea2 spectrometer manual with spectrometer settings: Kea2 manual.PDF

Resources:

Kea2 spectrometer manual with spectrometer settings: Kea2 manual.PDF

Resources:

Kea2 spectrometer manual with spectrometer settings: Kea2 manual.PDF

Resources:

Kea2 spectrometer manual with spectrometer settings: Kea2 manual.PDF

Generation-3 device is the most latest technology development in our lab for Stopped-Flow Xenon-129 batch-mode hyperpolarizer. This project is still ongoing in the Lab in the last phase of device automation and optimization. Similarly to gen-2 device, our gen-3 device is fully automated, but unlike gen-2, it features significantly more advanced integration and operation. This web-page will contain relevant manuals and software for device operation.

Generation-3 device is the most latest technology development in our lab for Stopped-Flow Xenon-129 batch-mode hyperpolarizer. This project is still ongoing in the Lab in the last phase of device automation and optimization. Similarly to gen-2 device, our gen-3 device is fully automated, but unlike gen-2, it features significantly more advanced integration and operation. This web-page will contain relevant manuals and software for device operation.

Generation-3 device is the most latest technology development in our lab for Stopped-Flow Xenon-129 batch-mode hyperpolarizer. This project is still ongoing in the Lab in the last phase of device automation and optimization. Similarly to gen-2 device, our gen-3 device is fully automated, but unlike gen-2, it features significantly more advanced integration and operation. This web-page will contain relevant manuals and software for device operation.

Resources:

Kea2 spectrometer manual with spectrometer settings: Kea2 manual.PDF

Generation-3 device is the most latest technology development in our lab for Stopped-Flow Xenon-129 batch-mode hyperpolarizer. This project is still ongoing in the Lab in the last phase of device automation and optimization. Similarly to gen-2 device, our gen-3 device is fully automated, but unlike gen-2, it features significantly more advanced integration and operation. This web-page will contain relevant manuals and software for device operation.

Resources:

Kea2 spectrometer manual with spectrometer settings: Kea2 manual.PDF

Generation-3 device is the most latest technology development in our lab for Stopped-Flow Xenon-129 batch-mode hyperpolarizer. This project is still ongoing in the Lab in the last phase of device automation and optimization. Similarly to gen-2 device, our gen-3 device is fully automated, but unlike gen-2, it features significantly more advanced integration and operation. This web-page will contain relevant manuals and software for device operation.

Generation-3 device is the most latest technology development in our lab for Stopped-Flow Xenon-129 batch-mode hyperpolarizer. This project is still ongoing in the Lab in the last phase of device automation and optimization. Similarly to gen-2 device, our gen-3 device is fully automated, but unlike gen-2, it features significantly more advanced integration and operation. This web-page will contain relevant manuals and software for device operation.