“MPI-plus”software aims to provide comprehensive support for the teaching and experimentation of magnetic particle imaging principles. It includes multiple powerful features to help students, educators, and researchers gain a deeper understanding of various aspects of magnetic particle imaging principles and experiments, providing users with rich learning and research resources.

Through the “pulsed wave excitation module” and “cosine excitation module”, users can simulate the behavior of magnetic particles under different excitation conditions and observe the changes in signal generation. The “relaxation module” allows users to study the relaxation process of magnetic particles and gain a deeper understanding of the characteristics of different relaxation models. The “Anderson coil module” introduces the hardware equipment in magnetic particle imaging experiments, helping users understand the working principle of the experimental device. The “Langevin function module” provides in-depth exploration of mathematical concepts, the “signal module” allows users to simulate signal generation under different excitation conditions, and the “magnetic particle generation simulation module” allows users to customize the characteristics of magnetic particles. The “spectroscopy data analysis module” allows users to analyze the data files from MP spectroscopy and to rename the data files based on a user-defined nomenclature. The “focal modulation MPI module” allows users to set different particle types and excitation conditions to observe different focal shapes. Phantom images can be loaded to test different image reconstruction algorithms. The “MPI-CT fusion module” allows users to do multi-modality image fusion, segmentation, and 3-D visualization. 

This software provides powerful tools for teaching in the field of MPI education, as well as experimental and analytical resources for researchers. Whether you are a student or a professional researcher, this software will be an indispensable companion for you to deeply study and understand the principles of MPI.