Our research seeks to explore the potential of MRI for clinical and pre-clinical imaging and to provide new and improved MRI technology.
Student projects typically focus either on the application of techniques or on technical developments. This involves interdisciplinary activities from the design and construction of dedicated MRI test objects in the wet-lab over computer simulation of MRI signal and biophysical mechanisms to data analysis and the solution of large-scale inverse mathematical problems.
We welcome serious applicants from any discipline. Some knowledge in MATLAB is beneficial but not required.
Disciplines: Biomedical Engineering, Physics, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science
Student Skill-Set Needed: Ability to work independently, Quick understanding of complex topics, Motivation
Compensation: Academic Credit, Volunteer
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: Ferdinand Schweser
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Medicine And Biomedical Sciences
Office: 875 Ellicott Street