Magnetic Resonance Engineering and Lobsters

September 11, 2017

Mike Johns, John Zhen, Keelan O’Neill and Paul Connolly at the conference dinner awaiting their Nova Scotia Lobsters

Last month four members of LNG Futures and the Fluid Science and Resources group at UWA attended the 14th biannual International Conference on Magnetic Resonance Microscopy at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.

PhD Student Keelan O’Neill gave a presentation on Application of Earth’s Field NMR to Multiphase Flow Measurements and was a finalist for the Young Investigator Sir Paul Callaghan Award.  Professor Mike Johns gave an invited presentation on NMR Measurements of Slurry Rheology at the Colloquium on Rheo-NMR that immediately followed the conference.

PhD Student Keelan O’Neill gave a presentation on Application of Earth’s Field NMR to Multiphase Flow Measurements.

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