Professor Michael Johns

Mike has conducted research regards the application of magnetic resonance for over 17 years.  This has covered a wide remit from food to oil&gas engineering.  Mike completed his PhD in Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge in 1999.  He was subsequently appointed to a lectureship in 2000 at Cambridge and was a Reader in Engineering Colloids before relocating to a Chair in Chemical and Process Engineering at the University of Western Australia (UWA) in 2011.  At Cambridge, he helped run the Magnetic Resonance Research Centre (MRRC).  At UWA he co-runs the Fluid Science and Resources Research Group1.   He has published 180 international peer-reviewed papers, has an H-index of 32, holds several patents and has participated in two spin-off companies.  He is the former Chairman of the Ampere Society for Spatially-resolved Magnetic Resonance and is Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences at UWA.


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