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26 Sep 2012
Çeşme, Izmir, Turkey
Gebze Institute of Technology (Turkey) with support NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme
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NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Magnetic resonance detection of explosives and illicit materials (MRDE-2012)

The main objective of the NATO ARW workshop is to bring together leading experts on key topics in the magnetic resonance detection of explosives and illicit substances in order to review recent developments and to outline new directions for the research in this field.
The special attention will be given to the issues of increasing sensitivity and RF interference in the 14N NQR as well as developing new approaches for liquid substances detection by low field NMR.
The contributions in the following topics are foreseen but not limited to them only:
1) novel sensors (e.g. High-Tc superconductor probes, GMR and SQUID sensors) to increase sensitivity of the magnetic resonance detection;
2) novel approaches in NMR for the detection of liquid explosive for fast and reliable detection of illegal substances;
3) technical devices designed for the detection of nitrogen-based solid compounds and liquid explosives;
4) theoretical and experimental advances in 14N NQR (e.g. new pulse sequences, double resonance, etc.)
5) the nature and mechanism of the relaxation processes of the NQR/NMR spin systems, especially with respect to the explosive detection;
6) data processing of NQR and NMR signals;
7) competitive and/or complementary (other than magnetic resonance) technologies for explosive detection.