Welcome to the Barrett Lab at the Physics Department at Yale! Our lab pursues research projects in solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of solids, as well as sparse-sampling and Fourier reconstruction algorithms. Thus, the the research projects involve the theoretical and experimental development of pulse sequences, custom NMR and MRI probes design and machining, as well as developing of algorithms for sparse data sets and image reconstruction. The lab has active cross-departmental collaborations with the Department of Chemistry, Department of Engineering and the Magnetic Resonance Research Imaging Center at Yale as well as internationally with the Weizmann Institute of Science. Happy browsing!


May 14, 2014
Congratulations Robby! http://physics.yale.edu/news/robert-blum-graduate-student-sean-barrett-h…
May 6, 2014
Congratulations Jared! http://physics.yale.edu/news/jared-rovney-graduate-student-sean-barrett-…