Confirmed Speakers in detail

Confirmed Speakers in detail

Name
Organisation
Preliminary Talk Title
Marina Bennati
MPI Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen
“Recent progress in high-field EPR and ENDOR to study biological proton-coupled electron transfer”
Robert Bittl
Freie Universität Berlin
“Protein function studied by 'in cell' EPR”
Bela Bode
University of St. Andrews
“Pulse EPR distance measurements in dimeric and multimeric systems”
Martin Brandt
Technische Universität München
“Electrical detection of magnetic resonance: From broad-band excitation to spin mechanics”
Steven Brown
University of Warwick
“Application of High-Field Solid-State NMR to Pharmaceuticals, Supramolecular Self-Assembly and Plant Cell Walls”
Theresa Carlomagno
Universität Hannover
“RNA-protein complexes in RNA metabolism: an integrative structural biology approach”
Simon Duckett
University of York
“Using parahydrogen to sensitise MR detection”
Melinda Duer
University of Cambridge
“Diving into the unknown: using solid-state NMR to understand the molecular structure of tissues”
Steffen Glaser
Technische Universität München
“Optimal Control of Spin Dynamics Based on Cooperative Pulses”
Clemens Glaubitz
Universität Frankfurt
“DNP-enhanced solid-state NMR on membrane proteins”
Clare Grey
University of Cambridge
to be announced soon…
Henrike Heise
Universität Düsseldorf
“Amyloid proteins studied by solid state NMR spectroscopy at high sensitivity”
Jürgen Hennig
University Medical Center Freiburg
“Clinical and Technical Applications of 4D-Flow MRI”
Wolf Hiller
Technische Universität Dortmund
“LC-NMR as a powerful tool for the characterization of polymers”
Matthias Köck
Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Marine Biology, Bremerhaven
“Combined Application of NOEs and RDCs in the configurational assignment of secondary metabolites from the brown seaweed Cystoseira baccata”
Walter Köckenberger
University of Nottingham
“Dissolution DNP – Theory and Experiments with a Dedicated Spectrometer”
Werner Kremer
Universität Regensburg
“High pressure NMR spectroscopy and mapping of Xenon binding sites indicate structural fluctuations in human prion protein”
Ilya Kuprov
University of Southampton
“Polynomial scaling at last: quantum mechanical simulation of protein and ribonucleic acid NMR, and a lot more”
Dirk Lachenmeier
CVUA Karlsruhe
“Routine Application of NMR Spectroscopy in Official Food Control”
Malcolm Levitt
University of Southampton
“Long-lived spin states: breaking the T1 limit in solution NMR”
Burkhard Luy
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
“Novel Techniques for Small Molecules”
Gareth Morris
University of Manchester
“Pure Shift NMR: Recent Advances and Applications”
John Morton
University College London
“Purcell-enhanced relaxation of electron spins”
Damien Murphy
Cardiff University
“Applications of EPR & ENDOR spectroscopy of the characterisation of paramagnetic homogeneous catalysts”
Mark Newton
University of Warwick
“Engineering defects in diamond”
Mathias Nilsson
University of Manchester
“DOSY: Progress and Pitfalls”
David Norman
University of Dundee
“Distance measurements on Spin-labeled TRIM Proteins”
Andy Sederman
University of Cambridge
“Magnetic resonance measurements of flow and phase behaviour in multi-phase reactors”
Harald Schwalbe
Universität Frankfurt
“Kinetic Regulation by Transcriptional Riboswitches”
Susumu Takahashi
University of Southern California
“Spin decoherence at high magnetic fields”
Jon Waltho
University of Sheffield
“Kinases, phosphates, phosphomutases and G-Protein”
Nikolaus Weiskopf
Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, London
“Towards In-Vivo Histology using Magnetic Resonance Imaging”
Manfred Wilhelm
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
“Combining low-field NMR and rheology to correlate polymer melt properties at different length and time scales”
Leo van Wüllen
Universität Augsburg
“The structure of glasses and its evolution above Tg – crystallization, phase separation and species exchange: Lessons from Solid State NMR”
Markus Zweckstetter
MPI Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen
“NMR spectroscopy at the edge: From Tau to TSPO”