Paul Callaghan Young Investigator Awardees

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2023 (Singapore)

Johanna Günther
University of Würzburg, Germany

Chebyshev nodes-based fingerprinting of magnetic nanoparticles

Young Investigator Awardee Johanna Günther
Awardee Johanna Günther (right) with award presenter Petrik Galvosas (left).

2021 (Online)

Gonzalo Gabriel Rodriguez
University of Córdoba, Argentina

Fast field-cycling MRI: Exploring new physical contrasts

2019 (Paris)

Marine Moussu
Aix-Marseille Université, France & Multiwave Innovation, France

Ferroelectric Composite Ceramic Probe for MRM

Young Investigator Awardee 2019 Marine Moussu
Awardee Marine Moussu.

2017 (Halifax)

Jeffrey Simkins
Montana State University, MT, USA

Oxygen Profile Characterization in Biofilm Systems Using 19 F Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Oximetry

2015 (München)

Hilary Fabich
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Using MRI to investigate fluidized bed reactors

Young Investigator Awardee 2015 Hilary Fabich
Awardee Hilary Fabich.

2013 (Cambridge)

Young Investigator Awardee 2013 Alexander Tayler
Awardee Alexander Tayler.

Alexander Tayler
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Exploring the fundamental hydrodynamics of turbulent single and multiphase flows using Compressed Sensing Spiral MRI

2011 (Beijing)

Daniel Holland
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Bayesian Techniques in Magnetic Resonance


Qingxia Gong
Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany

Breaking the sensitivity limit of low-field NMR by using para-hydrogen induced polarization

Antoine Vallatos
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Magnetic Resonance Velocimetry in a Vortex Flow Reactor

2009 (West Yellowstone)

Young Investigator Awardee 2009 Chunqi Qian
Awardee Chunqi Qian (3rd from the left, waving) together with all finalists.

Chunqi Qian
National High Magnetic Field Lab, Tallahassee, FL, USA

Broadband volume coil for MR microscopy at 900 MHz

2007 (Aachen)

Paul P. Zänker
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany

Spin echoes and intermolecular double-quantum coherences in gases in the fast diffusion regime

Meghan E. Halse
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Novel Approaches to High-Resolution NMR Spectroscopy in Low and Ultra-low Fields

Shinya Handa
University of Tsukuba, Japan

Development of compact MRI systems for specific diseases

2005 (Utsunomiya)

Juan Perlo
RWTH Aachen University, Germany

High-Resolution NMR spectroscopy with a Portable Single-Sided Sensor

Shin Utsuzawa
MRTechnology, Inc., Japan & University of Tsukuba, Japan

Non-destructive observation of pine wilt disease using an open-type NMRI system

2003 (Snowbird)

Elke Kossel
Ulm University, Germany

Flow measurements below 50 µm: NMR microscopy experiments in lithographic model pore spaces

2001 (Nottingham)

Steven Beyea
New Mexico Resonance, NM, USA

Spatially Resolved Adsorption Isotherms of Thermally Polarized Gases in Mesoporous Solids using NMR imaging

1999 (Heidelberg)

Pablo Prado
RWTH Aachen University, Germany

MRI with a Palm-Size Probe

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  • Young Investigator Awardee 2019: © Luisa Ciobanu | All Rights Reserved
  • Young Investigator Awardee 2015: © Hilary Fabich | All Rights Reserved
  • Young Investigator Awardee 2013: © Charlie Chen | All Rights Reserved
  • Young Investigator Awardee 2009: © ICMRM 2009 | All Rights Reserved