Contact

Prof. Dr. Jens Frahm
Research Group Leader, Managing Director of the Biomedical NMR Research GmbH
Phone:+49 551 201-1721Fax:+49 551 201-1307

Max Planck Institute for biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen

http://www.mpibpc.mpg.de/de/frahm

Prof. Dr. Detlef Lohse
Chair Holder
Phone:+31 53 489 8076Fax:+31 53 489 8068

University Twente, Physics of Fluids group

http://pof.tnw.utwente.nl/

External Scientific Members

Our research is devoted to the further development and application of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and localized magnetic resonance spectroscopy for noninvasive studies of animals and humans. Current projects range from advanced methods that monitor the dynamics of myocardial functions and blood flow in real time to neurofeedback training in humans by functional brain mapping. The use of genetically modified animals allows us to link molecular and genetic information to MRI-accessible functions at the system level.

Biomedical NMR Research (Prof. Dr. Jens Frahm)

Our research is devoted to the further development and application of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and localized magnetic resonance spectroscopy for noninvasive studies of animals and humans. Current projects range from advanced methods that monitor the dynamics of myocardial functions and blood flow in real time to neurofeedback training in humans by functional brain mapping. The use of genetically modified animals allows us to link molecular and genetic information to MRI-accessible functions at the system level. [more]
Lohse’s Physics of Fluids (PoF) group presently works on a variety of aspects in the fundamentals of fluid mechanics. The subjects include turbulence and multiphase flow, micro- and nanofluidics, granular matter, and biomedical flow. Both experimental, theoretical, and numerical methods are used. We closely collaborate with several companies, among them Océ and ASML. On the experimental side the key expertise of the group lies in high-speed imaging.

Physics of Fluids (Prof. Dr. Detlef Lohse)

Lohse’s Physics of Fluids (PoF) group presently works on a variety of aspects in the fundamentals of fluid mechanics. The subjects include turbulence and multiphase flow, micro- and nanofluidics, granular matter, and biomedical flow. Both experimental, theoretical, and numerical methods are used. We closely collaborate with several companies, among them Océ and ASML. On the experimental side the key expertise of the group lies in high-speed imaging. [more]
 
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