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- LC-tank based detector approach for magnetic resonance imaging
- Simulation of magnetic resonance sensors
Maximilian Johannes Spiess received the B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from Ulm University in February 2016. He completed his M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering with course specialization hardware system design at Ulm University in December 2017. He joined the Institute of Smart Sensors at the University of Stuttgart in April 2018.
The topic of bachelor thesis was the investigation of planar nanostructures acting as optical transducers in Ga(In)N semiconductors using the quatum-confined Stark effect. In his master thesis, he focused on the simulation of controllable true time delays for millimeter wave applications.
The topic of his current studies is the investigation of a LC-tank based detector approach for magnetic resonance imaging. He investigates both the finite element based simulation and the hardware realization of magnetic resonance sensors.