Fractal-element based Magnetic Resonance Imaging Coils for Multi-nuclear Imaging

An MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scanner is a machine that uses magnets and radio waves to take pictures of the inside the human body without needing to use surgery. An MRI scanner is used to look at things like the brain, liver, heart, and other organs in your body. The scanner uses a “coil” placed near the body to take a picture of that area of the body. This research project uses new shapes of coils to better detect the organs hidden inside. The new shapes of coils can also help detect

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Jimmy Nguyen
Faculty Supervisor: 
Michael Noseworthy
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Ontario
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