Dear colleagues,

We are delighted to announce the 11th user meeting of the French infrastructure for high-field NMR spectroscopy (IR-RMN THC,, 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.

Please register for the workshop at the website:

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.

Workshops about pure shift NMR and advanced NMR methods for quadrupolar nuclei are also organized at the University of Lille (France) on November 18, 2019. More information on these workshops is provided on the IR-RMN website (

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, Julien Trébosc, Xavier Trivelli, Nicolas Wolff


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