Jean L.C. Jeener

Affiliations: 
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgium 
Area:
experimental and theoretical contributions to spin thermodynamics in solids and his invention of two dimensional fourier NMR spectroscopy
Website:
http://www.ismar.org/ismar-prize/2001-prize
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Ilya Prigogine grad student 1953-1958 ULB
Nicolaas Bloembergen post-doc 1958-1960 Harvard (Physics Tree)

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Christoph Segebarth grad student 1976 ULB (Neurotree)
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Jeener J. (2015) Depolarization and electric-field frequency shift of He 3 by magnetic-field inhomogeneities: Local theory for short mean free path and solution in He 4 Physical Review A. 91: 13407
Jeener J. (2004) Moving bases as an alternative to 'interaction representations' Comptes Rendus Physique. 5: 393-406
Jeener J. (2003) Reply to comment on Multiple quantum coherences in liquid state NMR and nonlinear optics; collective vs. local origin (Chem. Phys. Lett. 357 (2002) 327) Chemical Physics Letters. 368: 247-248
Syvitski RT, Burlinson N, Burnell EE, et al. (2002) Simultaneous selective detection of multiple quantum spectra Journal of Magnetic Resonance. 155: 251-256
Jeener J. (2002) Dynamical instabilities in liquid nuclear magnetic resonance experiments with large nuclear magnetization, with and without pulsed field gradients Journal of Chemical Physics. 116: 8439-8446
Jeener J, Henin F. (2002) A presentation of pulsed nuclear magnetic resonance with full quantization of the radio frequency magnetic field Journal of Chemical Physics. 116: 8036-8047
Jeener J. (2002) Comment on “Diffusion measurements with the pulsed gradient nonlinear spin echo method” [J. Chem. Phys. 112, 5275 (2000)] Journal of Chemical Physics. 116: 1204-1205
Jeener J. (2002) Macroscopic molecular diffusion in liquid NMR, revisited Concepts in Magnetic Resonance. 14: 79-88
Jeener J. (2002) Macroscopic molecular diffusion in liquid NMR, revisited Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B-Magnetic Resonance Engineering. 14: 79-88
Lippens G, Jeener J. (2001) The dipolar interaction under all angles Concepts in Magnetic Resonance. 13: 8-18
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