Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) based on the use of radio frequency pulses to manipulate magnetization. Analysis and design of major types of RF pulses in one and multiple dimensions, analysis and design of sequences of RF pulses for fast imaging, and use of RF pulses for the creation of image contrast in MRI. Prerequisite: 369B.
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My office hours are 1-2 Wednesday, in Packard 358.
The first assignment is posted and is due Oct 6.
The TA is Nicholas Dwork. His office hours are 3:30-5:00 Tuesday (after class), in 200-124. This is in the History Corner, which is a convenient stop on the way back to Packard.