Development and principle verification of new medical imaging using magnetic fields, nuclear polarization, and gamma rays

  • 1.5 Quantum interdisciplinary sciences(Life science, Mathematics, Particle physics, Space science, Astronomy, Quantum gravity, etc.)
  • 2.2 Quantum sensing(Quantum metrology/Sensing/Imaging, Optical lattice clocks)
Kenji Shimazoe
Graduate School of Engineering
Project Associate Professor
This research aims to propose a new imaging method based on magnetic fields, laser nuclear polarization and gamma-rays and explore a new medical imaging device with high sensitivity and high spatial resolution.
New imaging method based on magnetic field, laser and gamma-rays
Laser development used for nuclear polarization

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Research collaborators

  • Nagoya University
  • Tohoku University

Related publications

Shimazoe, K., et al. JINST 12.12 (2017): C12055.


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