As a graduate student in applied physics, I conducted research on the physics of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). I published a paper, made some conference presentations, and wrote my master’s thesis on the topic of fat-water “separation” (or really identification) in MRI.
As an undergraduate, I conducted some basic research in the field of quantum mechanics and worked in a lab building circuits for a laser cooling system that would be used to study Bose-Einstein condensation and other interesting phenomena in clouds of strontium atoms cooled down almost to absolute zero.
Below is a list of my papers and presentations.
5. K Hwang, O Rambow, E Bayram, J Hazle, J Madewell, Z Slavens, A Vu, J Ma. “Improved Single-Pass Dual Echo Dixon Imaging with Ramp Sampling and Flexible Echo Times.” Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med. 21 (2013)
6. O Rambow, J Ma, J Clark. “Refined Spectral Model of Fat Enables Better Fat-Water Separation.” Rice Quantum Institute Colloquium 2012.
8. O Rambow, J Sun, Q Si. “Orthogonality Catastrophe in Bose-Einstein Condensates.” Rice Quantum Institute Colloquium 2003.
9. O Rambow, T Killian. “Frequency Stabilization System for Laser Cooling of Atomic Strontium.” Rice Quantum Institute Colloquium 2001.