The workshop will include a full day joint session with the UK Radiofrequency Methods for the Detection of Explosives (RFDEX) Meeting on Thursday 11 July.
The aim of the RFDEX meeting is to introduce the detection of explosives using magnetic resonance methods to the wider UK magnetic resonance community, with talks on definitions and requirements in the field of explosives detection, past and current collaborative projects incorporating magnetic resonance methods, sources of funding, and current research in this field.
Representatives of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) will be on hand to put all of this into a UK context.
The organisers believe that the day will be beneficial to anyone in the UK magnetic resonance community interested in seeing if there is scope to apply their research interests to the detection of explosives.
RFDEX attendees will also be encouraged to submit papers on relevant topics for inclusion in the meeting.
There is no registration fee, but attendees are asked to see to their own accommodation and travel.