Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The International Journal on Magnetic Particle Imgaging encourages the submission of manuscripts in the following research fields related to MPI:

  • Medical, pre-clinical, and non-medical applications
  • Coil and field generator design
  • Data acquisition and signal pre-processing
  • Signal generation, amplification and filter design
  • Magnetic field simulation and system modeling
  • Magnetic particle spectroscopy (MPS)
  • Nanoparticle development
  • Particle physics and simulations
  • Reconstruction methods
  • Sequences, acquisition protocols and spatial coding
  • Physiological compatibility, SAR and PNS
  • Scanner geometries and system design

 

Section Policies

Articles

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Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Please note that IJMPI will charge a processing fee of 400 Euro for article submissions in LaTeX and 600 Euro for article submissions in Word to cover the costs for article typesetting and technical setup starting from 23.03.2018.

 

About the Journal

The International Journal on Magnetic Particle Imaging (IJMPI) is launched just ten years after the first publication on the fascinating new imaging modality called Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI). 

MPI uses various static and oscillating magnetic fields to image the spatial distribution of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIOs) with high sensitivity, no tissue background, and no ionizing radiation. The method exploits the non-linear magnetization behavior of the SPIOs, and has shown great potential to surpass current in vivo imaging modalities in terms of sensitivity, safety, quantitation, and spatio-temporal resolution. MPI is well suited for clinical applications such as angiography, cancer imaging, and inflammation imaging; as well as research applications such as stem cell imaging and small animal imaging.