Dr. Eugene Mananga is a Faculty Member in the Physics Doctorate Program at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, an Professor of Physics and Nuclear Medicine at BCC of CUNY, and an Adjunct Professor of Applied Physics at New York University. He completed his PH.D in Physics from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and holds 6 additional graduate degrees and training from various institutions including Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, and City College of New York. Eugene did his postdoctoral studies in the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory of USA, Harvard Medical School, and Massachusetts General Hospital. He was an “Ingenieur de Recherche” in the French Atomic Energy Commission and Alternative Energies (CEA-SACLAY-NEUROSPIN). Eugene has published more than 30 articles mainly as first author in major peer-review journals and has been serving as editorial board member of several journals. He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Imaging Science.
1.Condensed matter physics.
2.Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance.
3.Medical physics, radiological sciences and nuclear medicine.
4.Advancing theory, simulation and methodology in nuclear magnetic resonance.
7.Medical physics .
1. Eugene S. Mananga and T. Charpentier, “Comparison between Floquet-Magnus and Fer expansions in Solid-State NMR and Physics”, Submitted (2016).
2. Eugene S. Mananga “Controlling the dynamics of quadrupolar spin-1 nuclei by mean of average Hamiltonian theory when irradiated with composite pulse sequences”, Submitted (2016) .
3. Eugene S. Mananga and Bingwen Hu, “Study of timing effects in composite quadrupolar echo pulse sequences by mean of average Hamiltonian theory”, Submitted (2016).
4. Eugene S. Mananga, “On the Fer Expansion: Applications in Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Physics”, Physics Reports, 608, 1-41 (2016).
5. Eugene S. Mananga and Thibault Charpentier, “On the Floquet - Magnus Expansion: Applications in Solid-State NMR and Physics”, Physics Reports, 609, 1-49 (2016).
6. M. Shen, R. Roopchand, Eugene S. Mananga, Jean-Paul Amoureux, Q. Chen, G. Boutis, B. Hu, “Theoretical calculation of a composite pulse with 8-Step Phase Cycling for 2H broadband excitation by average Hamiltonian theory”, Chinese Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 32 (2), (2015).
7.Eugene S. Mananga, J. Moghaddasi, A. Sana, A. Akinmoladun, and M. Sadoqi “Advances in Theory of Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance”, Journal of Nature and Science, 1, 6, e109, (2015).
8.M. Shen, R. Roopchand, Eugene S. Mananga, Jean-Paul Amoureux, Q. Chen, G. Boutis, B. Hu, “Revisiting NMR composite pulses for broadband 2H excitation”, Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 66-67, 45 (2015).
9. Eugene S. Mananga and Thibault Charpentier, “Floquet-Magnus expansion for general N-coupled spins systems in magic-angle spinning NMR Spectra”, Chemical Physics 450-451, 83-90 (2015).
10. Eugene S. Mananga, J. Moghaddasi, A. Sana, and M. Sadoqi, “Theories in spin dynamics of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy”, World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, 5, 27-42 (2015) .
11. Eugene S. Mananga, “Theoretical Approaches to control spin dynamics in solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance”, Journal of Chemical Sciences, 127, 2081-2109 (2015).
12. Eugene S. Mananga, “Cancer and radiation therapy”, Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Therapy; 6:6 (2015).
13. Eugene S. Mananga, “Burden of low back pain in human being”, SM Radiology Journal, SM Radiol. J.; 1 (1): 1005 (2015).
14. Eugene S. Mananga, Georges El Fakhri, J. Schaefferkoetter, Ali Bonab, Jinsong Ouyang, “Myocardial Defect Detection Using PET-CT: Phantom Studies”, PLOS ONE, PONE, 9, e88200 (2014).
15. Eugene S. Mananga, “Two theoretical approaches in solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy” Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 458-463 (2014).
16. Eugene S. Mananga, “Future theoretical Approaches in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance”, Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 145-148 (2014).
17. Eugene S. Mananga, “Applications of Floquet-Magnus Expansion, Average Hamiltonian Theory and Fer Expansion to Study Interactions in Solid State NMR when Irradiated with the Magic-Echo Sequence”, Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 55-56, 54-62 (2013).
18. Eugene S. Mananga, “Criteria to average out the chemical shift anisotropy in solid-state NMR when irradiated with BABA I, BABA II, and C7 radiofrequency pulse sequences”, Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 55-56, 63-72 (2013).
19. Eugene S. Mananga, “Progress in Spin Dynamics Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance with the Application of Floquet-Magnus Expansion to Chemical Shift Anisotropy”, Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 54, 1-7, (2013).
20. Eugene S. Mananga, A. E. Reid, “Investigation of the Effect of Finite Pulse Errors on BABA Pulse Sequence Using Floquet-Magnus Expansion Approach”, Molecular Physics, 111, 2, 243-257 (2013).
21. Eugene S. Mananga, Georges El Fakhri, Ali Bonab, Jinsong Ouyang, “Assessment of Myocardial Defect Detectability with PET-CT”, Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 54, Sup. 2: 98 (2013).
22. Eugene S. Mananga, A. E. Reid and T. Charpentier, “Efficient Theory of Dipolar Recoupling in Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Rotating Solids Using Floquet–Magnus Expansion: Application on BABA and C7 Radio Frequency Pulse Sequences”, Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 41, 32-47 (2012).
23. Eugene S. Mananga and T. Charpentier, “Introduction of the Floquet-Magnus Expansion in Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy”, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 135, 044109 (2011).
24. Eugene S. Mananga, C. D. Hsu, S. Ishmael, T. Islam and G. S. Boutis, “A study of the precision of average Hamiltonian theory for spin I= 1, 3/2 and 5/2 nuclei by investigating a two pulse quadrupolar echo sequence” American Institute of Physics (AIP) Conference Proceedings, 1140, 85-92, (2009).
25. G. S. Boutis, C. Renner, N. M. Hunt-Walker, T. Isahkarov, T. Islam, L. Kannangara, P. Kauer, Eugene S. Mananga, A. Ntekim, Y. Rumala, D. Wei. “High resolution Q-space Imaging studies of water in elastin” American Institute of Physics (AIP) Conference Proceedings, 1081, 59-62, (2008)