报告题目：Hyperpolarization via spin transport for nanoMRI 纳米核磁共振成像中通过旋转输运的过极化
报告内容：Magnetic resonance technologies share a common limitation: small paramagnetic polarization, leading to small signals and long acquisition durations. A new hyperpolarization -- polarization significantly larger than that induced by a magnetic field in low temperature -- technique is described in which bulk magnetization transport, diffusion and separation, is established in a magnetic field gradient. Also explored is the application of the technique to nanoMRI, specifically to magnetic resonance force microscopy (MRFM).
报 告 人：Rico Picone博士，圣马丁静力学教师
Rico A.R. Picone
Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 2014
Dissertation: Separative magnetization transport: theory, model, and experiment
Rico A.R. Picone, Solomon Davis, Cameron Devine, Joseph L. Garbini, John A. Sidles. Instrumentation and control of harmonic oscillators via a single-board microprocessor-FPGA device. Review of Scientific Instruments, Volume 88, April 2017, Pages 045108. DOI 10.1063/1.4979971.
Rico A.R. Picone, Jotham Lentz, and Bryan Powell. The fuzzification of an information architecture for information integration. In: Yamamoto S. (eds) Human Interface and the Management of Information: Information, Knowledge and Interaction Design. HIMI 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10273. Springer, Cham. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-58521-5_11.
Paul E. Slaboch, Floraliza B. Bornasal, Rico A.R. Picone. A Pilot Study of a Novel Set of Three Courses for Teaching Electrical System Analysis to Mechanical Engineering Students. American Society for Engineering Education Conference Proceedings, June 2016.
Rico A.R. Picone & Bryan Powell. A New Information Architecture: A Synthesis of Structure, Flow, and Dialectic. Human-Computer Interaction International 2015 Conference Proceedings, August 2015.
Rico A.R. Picone & Paul E. Slaboch. A Novel Set of Courses for Teaching Electrical System Analysis to Mechanical Engineering Students. American Society for Engineering Education Rocky Mountain Section 2015 Conference, April 2015.
Rico A.R. Picone, Joseph L. Garbini, John A. Sidles. Modeling spin magnetization transport in a spatially varying magnetic field. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Volume 374, 15 January 2015, pp. 440–450. (Open-access preprint: arXiv:1310.7540 [cond-mat.mes-hall].)
Rico A.R. Picone. Separative magnetization transport: theory, model, and experiment. University of Washington, 2014.
Rico A.R. Picone. Investigating the effects of polarizing diffusion in magnetic resonance force microscopy. Master’s thesis, University of Washington, 2010.
John A. Sidles, Joseph L. Garbini, Jonathan P. Jacky, Rico A.R. Picone, and Scott A. Harsila. Elements of naturality in dynamical simulation frameworks for Hamiltonian, thermostatic, and Lindbladian flows on classical and quantum state-spaces. Preprint: arXiv:1007.1958v1 [quant-ph], 2010.