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[NMR] 1st Conference on Zero and Ultra Low Field (ZULF) NMR

Dear colleagues,

We are happy to announce that the registration for the 1st Conference on Zero and Ultra-Low Field (ZULF) NMR is now open. The conference will take place from 1 to 4 September 2020 via videoconferencing and there is no registration fee. All the information and the registration link are available at http://www.conference.zulf.eu/.

You are encouraged to participate in the Twitter poster session. The best posters will be awarded prizes, sponsored by Wiley and ISMAR. As the field is emerging, we encourage attendees to present also ideas that have not yet been realized.

The conference addresses students and postdocs as well as specialists across all areas of NMR spectroscopy and imaging with an interest in the field of ZULF NMR. The first half of the event consists of a series of lectures that cover the basics of ZULF NMR, to provide background and context for those working so far mainly in high-field NMR. The second half is dedicated to talks on current developments in ZULF NMR science and technology, given by leaders in the field.

The 1st ZULF Conference is fully organized by students of the European Training Network ZULF (https://zulf.eu/), with the support of the consortium beneficiaries. We are excited about the unique opportunity that this conference offers to convey our enthusiasm for this field to others.

With kind regards,

Organizing Committee 1st ZULF Conference,
· V. S. Anjusha, Universität Ulm
· Quentin Chappuis, University Claude Bernard Lyon 1
· Kirill Sheberstov, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

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Updated Conference Schedule due to COVID-19 #DNPNMR

Many conferences and meetings get postponed or canceled due to COVID-19. As of today, the updated dates for conferences that Bridge12 will attending are:

[NMR] Chianti Workshop 2020 “Opening New Doors for Magnetic Resonance”

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to announce that the Chianti Workshop 2020 “Opening New Doors for Magnetic Resonance” will be held in Florence and in Grosseto, Italy, from 7 to 12 June 2020. This meeting follows the well known tradition of Chianti Workshops, which are held in Tuscany since 1984. 

The workshop is focused on the recent results and future perspectives in the field of Magnetic Resonance, from Chemistry to Life and Material Sciences. This year the Workshop has an added value because, after more than a decade of research development, the first 1.2 GHz NMR instrument is being installed in Florence, opening a new era of ultra-high field NMR instruments. 

For this reason, we will start the meeting in Florence, with a special day dedicated to the new magnet and the perspectives of ultra-high magnetic fields. Then the workshop will continue in the fascinating environment of the Tuscany countryside. This will be a further occasion to discuss together about the future perspectives of the next decade of research in Magnetic Resonance. 

So, save the date! we are going to open the registration soon.

For further information please visit:

http://www.cerm.unifi.it/chianti/

Best Regards 

Sabine Van Doorslaer and Moreno Lelli

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[NMR] Announcement: 6th Winter School on Biomolecular SSNMR, January 5-10, 2020

Announcement

The 6th Winter School on Biomolecular Solid-State NMR

Stowe, Vermont, USA

January 5-10, 2020

Organizers: Tatyana Polenova (U. Delaware), Christopher Jaroniec (Ohio State U.), Mei Hong (MIT) and Bob Griffin (MIT)

Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to encourage your students, postdocs, and senior associates to attend the 6th Winter School on Biomolecular Solid-State NMR, which will be held on January 5-10, 2020, in Stowe, Vermont. Similar to the previous five highly successful Winter Schools, this pedagogical meeting is aimed at students and postdocs in solid-state NMR as well as more senior scientists in related fields who are interested in entering this vibrant field. Our goals are to provide a focused week of teaching of the core concepts and practices in the increasingly multifaceted and complex field of biological solid-state NMR spectroscopy, and to encourage information sharing among different laboratories. Topics to be covered in the 6th Winter School include:

  • Basics of solid-state NMR: orientation-dependent NMR frequencies, MAS, tensors and rotations, density operator and its time evolution, decoupling and recoupling techniques, and average Hamiltonian theory
  • Multidimensional correlation spectroscopy, non-uniform sampling, techniques for resonance assignment and measurement of structural restraints in biomolecules
  • Paramagnetic solid-state NMR techniques
  • Techniques for enhancing sensitivity of solid-state NMR: dynamic nuclear polarization and 1H detection
  • Solid-state NMR techniques for measuring molecular motion
  • Solid-state NMR techniques for structural studies of oriented membrane proteins
  • Solid-state NMR spectra simulations in SPINEVOLUTION
  • Beyond spin 1/2: NMR of quadrupolar nuclei
  • Basics of NMR probe design

In addition to lectures, problem sets and discussion sessions will be given at the meeting.

Speakers: The following have agreed to serve as lecturers:

Tim Cross (Florida State)

Philip Grandinetti (Ohio State)

Bob Griffin (MIT)

Mei Hong (MIT)

Christopher Jaroniec (Ohio State)

Francesca Marassi (Burnham)

Ann McDermott (Columbia)

Guido Pintacuda (ENS Lyon)

Tatyana Polenova (Delaware)

Bernd Reif (Tech Univ Munich)

Melanie Rosay (Bruker)

Robert Tycko (NIH)

Venue and transportation: The meeting will be held at the beautiful and historical Trapp Family Lodge http://www.trappfamily.com/ in Stowe, Vermont. Stowe is accessible from airports in Burlington, VT, Manchester, NH, and Boston, MA. A block of rooms has been reserved at the lodge. We anticipate space for ~70 attendees.

Cost: Room and board will be free for attendees. The registration fee is $750 for academic attendees and $1500 for industrial attendees.

Application: Interested students and postdocs should send the following application materials as a single PDF file to: ssnmr.winterschool@gmail.com. The application materials include: (1) a CV, (2) publication list, and (3) a 1-page description of your current research and your statement of interest in attending the Winter School. Please indicate your gender in the CV for the purpose of hotel room assignment. Please name this application file as: AdvisorLastName_YourLastName_WS2020app.pdf. For example “McDermott_Smith_WS2020app.pdf”.

Application deadline: Friday, November 8, 2019. Given the limited number of available spaces, it may not be possible to accommodate applications received after this date.

Please distribute this announcement to members of your research group as well as to colleagues who may be interested in attending or sending their group members.

With kind regards,

Tatyana, Chris, Mei & Bob

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[NMR] Dates for the diary: 53rd ESR Group Conference in Manchester

Dear Colleagues,

the next conference in the long series of Electron Spin Resonance meetings organised by the ESR Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry will take place in Manchester between 29th March and 2nd April 2020:

http://www.esr-group.org/conferences/2020-conference-manchester/

The Meeting is the oldest EPR Spectroscopy conference in the world, as well as the occasion on which the EPR Spectroscopy Bruker Prize is awarded to eminent EPR scientists, Bruker Thesis Prize is given for the best PhD thesis in the preceding two years, and the JEOL Student Prize is awarded for the best student research work presented at the Conference.

The registration will open in November.

Best wishes,

Ilya.

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Dr Ilya Kuprov FRSC

Associate Professor of Chemical Physics

Secretary to the RSC ESR Spectroscopy Group

Associate Editor, Science Advances

Office 3041, Building 30,

School of Chemistry, FNES,

University of Southampton,

Southampton, SO17 1BJ, UK.

Tel: +44 2380 594 140

Email: i.kuprov@soton.ac.uk

Web: http://spindynamics.org

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[NMR] Reminder: User meeting of IR-RMN THC, Nov. 19, 2019, Univ. Lille (France) #DNPNMR

Dear colleagues,

We are delighted to announce the 11th user meeting of the French infrastructure for high-field NMR spectroscopy (IR-RMN THC, https://www.ir-rmn.fr/), which will be held at the University of Lille (France) on November 19, 2019.

The invited talks for this meeting are:
“NMR Crystallography of Photoresponsive Materials” by John Griffin (Lancaster University, UK);
“Electron Decoupling and DNP with Chirped Microwave Pulses and MAS Spheres” by Alexander Barnes (Washington University, USA).

Furthermore, some of the users of the IR-RMN THC will present their recent achievements using high-field NMR spectroscopy in research areas, such as structural biology and materials science. IR-RMN THC staff will also present recent developments related to high-field NMR. A round table will also be chaired by the committee of IR-RMN THC users in order to discuss the needs of the users, the operation of the infrastructure and the possible improvements.

This meeting aims at bringing together users and staff of the IR-RMN THC, fostering exchanges between them and the submission of new proposals to the IR-RMN THC.

You can find the full program and register for the workshop at the website:
https://www.ir-rmn.fr/en/news/users-meetings/71-11-users-meeting

The workshop is sponsored by IR-RMN THC and the registration is free of charge. The recent users of IR-RMN THC, who have been granted access to its high-field NMR spectrometers, are cordially invited to participate to this meeting.

We look forward to welcoming you at the University of Lille in November.
Best regards,

The organization committee:

Christian Bonhomme, François-Xavier Cantrelle, Olivier Lafon, Charlotte Martineau, Jean-Pierre Simorre, Davy Sinnaeve, Julien Trébosc, Xavier Trivelli, Nicolas Wolff

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[NMR] Hyperpolarization conference, Lyon Aug. 30 – Sept. 3, 2020 #DNPNMR

Dear Colleagues, 

We are pleased to announce the next Hyperpolarization Conference HYP20 from August 30 to September 3, 2020 in Lyon, FRANCE.

The conference will cover all areas of spin hyperpolarization, with both methods (such as DNP, OP, Qrip, pH2, NV, …) and key applications (such as imaging, materials, small molecules, proteins, high-energy physics, …).

Registration and abstract submission will open on January 1st, 2020.

Have a look at the website of the conference: hyp20.org and at the location site: embarcadere-lyon.com

Sami Jannin and Anne Lesage

HYP20 chairs

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Spin Chemistry Meeting-2019 in St. Petersburg

Dear colleagues,

We would like to remind you about the 16th International Symposium on Spin and Magnetic Field Effects in Chemistry and Related Phenomena (Spin Chemistry Meeting 2019), which will be held in Saint Petersburg, Russia on August 18-22, 2019.

Spin Chemistry Meeting is biannual international conference. It is a well-established forum to exchange knowledge and latest scientific results in the field of spin chemistry and related areas of research including applications in spintronics, material science and biology. The scientific program of the Conference will include plenary lectures, invited lectures, oral talks and poster sessions. Presentations will be organized in the following thematic sections:

  • Magnetic field effects
  • Hyperpolarized nuclear magnetic resonance
  • Hyperpolarized electron paramagnetic resonance
  • Novel material and spintronics
  • Theory of spin effects in chemistry

We are also planning to have a one-day spin chemistry tutorial on August 18, 2019.

Previous Spin Chemistry Meetings were held Tomakomai, Japan (1991); Konstanz, Germany (1992); Chicago, USA (1994); Novosibirsk, Russia (1996); Jerusalem, Israel (1997); Emmetten, Switzerland (1999); Tokyo, Japan (2001); Chapel Hill, USA (2003); Oxford, UK (2005); San Servolo, Italy (2007); St Catharines, Canada (2009); Noordwijk, The Netherlands (2011); Bad Hofgastein, Austria (2013); Kolkata, India (2015); Schluchsee, Germany (2017).

Preparation of the meeting is going Ok: we have got more than 100 registered participants. Registration on the web-site is still open, so we welcome you to take part in the coneference.

To learn more about the event, please visit the web-page:

http://scm2019.tomo.nsc.ru/

We let you know that practical information concerning registration and accommodation has been updated. If you have questions, please contact us using the email address: scm2019@tomo.nsc.ru

We look forward to seeing you in Saint Petersburg,

Konstantin Ivanov, on behalf of the Organizing Committee of Spin Chemistry Meeting 2019.

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[NMR] Reminder: Spin Chemistry Meeting 2019

Dear colleagues,

This is a gentle reminder about the 16th International Symposium on Spin and Magnetic Field Effects in Chemistry and Related Phenomena (Spin Chemistry Meeting 2019), which will be held in Saint Petersburg, Russia on August 18-22, 2019.

Spin Chemistry Meeting is biannual international conference. It is a well-established forum to exchange knowledge and latest scientific results in the field of spin chemistry and related areas of research including applications in spintronics, material science and biology. The scientific program of the Conference will include plenary lectures, invited lectures, oral talks and poster sessions. Presentations will be organized in the following thematic sections:

  • Magnetic field effects
  • Hyperpolarized nuclear magnetic resonance
  • Hyperpolarized electron paramagnetic resonance
  • Novel material and spintronics
  • Theory of spin effects in chemistry

We are also planning to have a one-day spin chemistry tutorial on August 18, 2019.

Previous Spin Chemistry Meetings were held Tomakomai, Japan (1991); Konstanz, Germany (1992); Chicago, USA (1994); Novosibirsk, Russia (1996); Jerusalem, Israel (1997); Emmetten, Switzerland (1999); Tokyo, Japan (2001); Chapel Hill, USA (2003); Oxford, UK (2005); San Servolo, Italy (2007); St Catharines, Canada (2009); Noordwijk, The Netherlands (2011); Bad Hofgastein, Austria (2013); Kolkata, India (2015); Schluchsee, Germany (2017).

To learn more about the conference, please visit web-page

http://scm2019.tomo.nsc.ru/

We let you know that practical information concerning registration and accommodation has been updated. If you have questions, please contact us using the email address: scm2019@tomo.nsc.ru

We look forward to seeing you in Saint Petersburg,

Konstantin Ivanov, on behalf of the Organizing Committee of Spin Chemistry Meeting 2019.

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Registration is open for the Alpine conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids 2019

Dear Colleagues,

Registration and abstract submission for the Alpine Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids 2019 are now open!

The conference will take place in Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France, from the 15th to the 19th September 2019. The scientific committee is composed of Lucio Frydman (Weizmann Institute), Arno Kentgens (Radboud University) and Tatyana Polenova (University of Delaware).

The program of the conference will consist of plenary lectures, contributed oral communications, and round table sessions. Round table sessions will provide opportunities for discussions in small groups following a short pitch talk on contributed work. A new perspective session will provide personal views on selected topics and questions of the field. A number of social events are planned to further liven up the conference.

The following speakers will give plenary lectures: Vipin Agarwal (TIFR Hyderabad), Greg Boebinger (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory), Brad Chmelka (UC Santa Barbara), Alexej Jerschow (New York University), Anne Lesage (CRMN Lyon), Ann McDermott (Columbia University), Thomas Prisner (Goethe University Frankfurt), Bernd Reif (Technical University of Munich), Melanie Rosay (Bruker Biospin).

A number of student grants are available. Applications for student grants must be submitted before April 26th.

The deadline for registration and abstract submission is May 31st, 2019. Register early, since the number of places available at the conference is limited. 

Visit our website for more details on registration and abstract submission: http://www.alpine-conference.org.

Looking forward to seeing you in Chamonix!

The organizing committee

Jean-Nicolas Dumez (CNRS, Université de Nantes)

Michal Leskes (Weizmann Institute)

Józef Lewandowski (University of Warwick)

Charlotte Martineau-Corcos (Université de Versailles, CNRS Orléans)

Paul Schanda (Institut de Biologie Structurale)

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