Multimar: Multidisciplinary magnetic resonance Hasselt University
Multimar: Multidisciplinary magnetic resonance. University of Antwerp
Similarity in Difference: Bridging Universalism and Particularism in Design through Resonance KU Leuven
Small-scale flow reactors for photochemistry support the shift in
chemical manufacture towards green and sustainable processes
based on renewable energy sources. However, the industrial
application of these small-scale flow reactors is significantly limited
by their currently achieved throughput and productivity. This project
aims to overcome these productivity limitations by exploiting the
Investigation to Local Defect Resonance (LDR) for Non-Destructive Evaluation of Composites: Experiment & Simulation Ghent University
In this project, high-frequency vibrations are investigated in order to only resonate defects locally and thereby localize them. This non-destructive so-called Local Defect Resonance method is investigated experimentally and numerically for different composites with various defect types and sizes. Apart from the classical evaluation of out-of-plane characteristics, this research extends the evaluation towards in-plane vibrational ...
To mirror or not to mirror upon perceived eye contact? A neurophysiological examination of interpersonal motor resonance KU Leuven
The overall aim of this doctoral project was to thoroughly investigate the effect of observed eye gaze on different neurophysiological markers of the human mirror system, which was achieved by conducting six different studies. In a first study, we developed a sensitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) protocol for measuring the effect of direct versus averted eye gaze on interpersonal motor resonance, as indexed by corticospinal ...
Understanding the properties of unstable nuclei has been a long-standing problem. In particular, the emergence and disappearance of so called magic numbers has attracted significant attention in recent years, both from the theoretical and experimental side. This thesis aims to contribute to the field of nuclear physics through the measurement of the ground state nuclear magnetic moments and the changes in the mean-square charge radii of ...
Tensor Based Approaches in Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging and Multi-parametric MRI Data Analysis KU Leuven
Accurate characterisation and localization of pathologic tissue types play a key role in diagnosis and treatment planning of brain tumors. Neuroimaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging (MRSI), perfusion-weighted imaging (PWI) and diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) are being used to characterize brain tumors and detect full tumor extent. Analysing these data is both time consuming and ...