Principles of Magnetic Resonance (PMR) uses projects as a method for students to learn topics in magnetic resonance that are of specific interest to them, while allowing for (peer and instructor) evaluation of how a students understanding of the principles translate to a real tangible project in which the student needs to convey what they have learned to the evaluator through either a classical written report, published web-page / blog-page, or a screencast / video.
Specifics about reports, deadlines, and evaluation will be discussed during specific classes and in the course syllabus. Below are some anonymized reports from past PMR students/courses.
Direct Dipole-Dipole Coupling and the Magic Angle as they Pertain to ssNMR
Projects from PMR 2020
Enol/Keto NMR – Collaboration w/ Oxford Univ. Chemistry
Project 2 is done during the second half of Principles of Magnetic Resonance (PMR). It is meant to cover a more in-dept and advanced set of concepts in either NMR or MRI. This is typically submitted as either a written report or a screencast (both with associated supplementary material).
Example Projects II
Understanding INADEQUATE Experiment (Spin Evolution Code)