2004 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For pioneering contributions to the design and construction of superconducting magnets for magnetic resonance imaging systems.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electromagnetic coil, Magnet, Electrical engineering, Composite material and Nuclear magnetic resonance. The concepts of his Electromagnetic coil study are interwoven with issues in Electromagnetic shielding, Superconductivity, Enclosure and Pole piece. His Magnet study incorporates themes from Longitudinal axis, Optics and Cryocooler.
Electrical engineering is frequently linked to Mechanical engineering in his study. His study on Composite material also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Magnet, Electromagnetic coil, Electrical engineering, Composite material and Superconductivity. He interconnects Nuclear magnetic resonance, Optics and Cryocooler in the investigation of issues within Magnet. His studies deal with areas such as Electrical conductor, Bobbin, Rotor and Electromagnetic shielding as well as Electromagnetic coil.
Electrical engineering and Mechanical engineering are frequently intertwined in his study. His Composite material research includes themes of Structural engineering and Cryostat. His Superconductivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Thermal conductivity, Optoelectronics, Current, Thermal conduction and Mechanics.
Superconducting magnet, Electromagnetic coil, Magnet, Mechanical engineering and Electrical engineering are his primary areas of study. Evangelos Trifon Laskaris combines subjects such as Optoelectronics, Thermal, Bobbin and Thermal conduction with his study of Superconducting magnet. His Electromagnetic coil research includes elements of Rigidity, Composite material, Superconductivity and Optics.
His work deals with themes such as Structural engineering and Magnesium diboride, which intersect with Composite material. His studies in Magnet integrate themes in fields like Ceramic, Tube, Analytical chemistry, Eddy current and Cryocooler. His Electrical engineering research integrates issues from Integrally closed and Closed position.
Evangelos Trifon Laskaris spends much of his time researching Superconducting magnet, Electromagnetic coil, Magnet, Mechanical engineering and Electrical engineering. The various areas that Evangelos Trifon Laskaris examines in his Superconducting magnet study include Optoelectronics and Nuclear magnetic resonance. The Electromagnetic coil study combines topics in areas such as Scanner and Slew rate.
His Magnet study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water cooling, Tube, Composite material, Thermal conduction and Cryocooler. In his study, Ceramic, Heat pipe, Dipole magnet and Electropermanent magnet is inextricably linked to Eddy current, which falls within the broad field of Mechanical engineering. His biological study focuses on Superconducting magnetic energy storage.
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Superconductive magnetic resonance magnet without cryogens
Laskaris Evangelos Trifon.
Open mri magnet
Bizhan Dorri;Evangelos Trifon Laskaris.
Open (non-enclosed) magnets for magnetic resonance imaging
Madabushi V. Chari;Evangelos T. Laskaris;Gary Bedrosian;Michele D. Ogle.
Superconducting rotor for an electrical machine
Evangelos Trifon Laskaris;Kenneth Gordon Herd.
Development of a High Speed HTS Generator for Airborne Applications
K. Sivasubramaniam;T. Zhang;M. Lokhandwalla;E.T. Laskaris.
IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity (2009)
On-shoulder MRI magnet for human brain imaging
Bizhan Dorri;Evangelos T. Laskaris;Michele D. Ogle.
Support for cryostat penetration tube
Laskaris Evangelos Trifon.
Refrigerated MR magnet support system
Ebangerosu Torifuon Rasukarisu.
Conduction cooled passively-shielded MRI magnet
Evangelos Laskaris;Xianrui Huang;Michele Dollar Ogle.
Open MRI magnet with uniform magnetic field
Laskaris Evangelos Trifon;Dorri Bizhan.
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