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conference dates: Sep 13-16, 2022
location: Grenoble, France
AILM2022 will focus on the development of isotopic labelling techniques and their application to the study of biomolecular structure and dynamics. Conference sessions will cover developments in isotopic labelling strategies for NMR spectroscopy, as well as methodological approaches, such as co-expression, segmental labelling, specific labelling, labelling with paramagnetic tags, and sample production in vitro or in eukaryotic cells. The program will also include elegant examples of the application of these methods to challenging systems such as high molecular weight proteins and nucleic acids complexes or direct studies of biomacromolecules in cells or tissues.
AILM2022 will be held in Grenoble, a renowned centre for European Structural Biology located in the heart of the French Alps. The goal of AILM2022 is to provide a stimulating and educational forum in which participants could exchange ideas on the latest scientific breakthroughs in the use of stable isotopes in integrated structural biology.
conference date: November 12, 2022
location: Shanghai Tech University
To promote the research on the application of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in Pudong area and the greater Shanghai region, ShanghaiTech University will hold the 1st Pudong Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Forum on campus on
October 15, 2022.
This forum will be a one-day in-person regional symposium, organized by School of Life Science and Technology, School of Physical Science and Technology, and iHuman Institute of ShanghaiTech, and co-organized by National Center for Protein Science
(Shanghai) (NCPSS). It is co-sponsored by International Society of Magnetic Resonance (ISMAR). The forum is mainly towards the students. We will select the best presentation from the student attendees for a JMR award. The poster awards will also be given. Both types of awards are sponsored by ISMAR.
September 27-30, 2022, Milano, Italy
ISMAR will support the Italian-French International Conference on Magnetic Resonance, jointly organized by the Italian (GIDRM) and French (GERM) Magnetic Resonance Societies. The conference will take place 27-30 September 2022 in Milan (Italy) and will bring together ~250 experts from different fields of magnetic resonance and electron paramagnetic resonance, using solution and solid state spectroscopy as well as imaging and relaxometry techniques.
The organisers are willing to foster participation of young colleagues (PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, young researchers) through the award of a limited number of attendance grants and low-priced rooms.
Further information (registration and abstract submission procedure, programme of the conference, list of invited speakers, how to apply for attendance grants, how to reach Milan, etc) can be found on the conference website:
June 14-15, 2022
The Symposium on solid-state NMR spectroscopy features the latest advances in methods and applications. Examples include new pulse sequences, software development, applications to dynamic processes in solids, and analysis of metal-organic frameworks, proteins, perovskites, battery materials, and glasses. Confirmed invited speakers include Tatyana Polenova (USA), Roderick Wasylishen (Canada), Thomas Vosegaard (Denmark), Cynthia Jameson (USA), Jean-Paul Amoureux (France), and Marek Pruski (USA). In addition, several other scientists have agreed to give talks, including Vladimir Ladizhansky, Andreas Brinkmann, Yining Huang, Vladimir Michaelis, and Darren Brouwer.
conference dates: July 25-29, 2022
conference location: Copper Mountain, Colorado
The Rocky Mountain conference started as a meeting on Analytical chemistry involving SSNMR, EPR and analytical techniques. In 2010 the meeting was focused solely on Magnetic Resonance and included SSNMR and EPR sessions, where SSNMR meetings take place once in two years, alternating with the Alpine European meeting. It is the largest SSNMR meeting in North America and attracts researches involving both theory, methods and applications. The meeting supports special prizes: The Laura Marinelli Award (http://www.rockychem.com/honors/laura-marinelli-award.html) for an excellent poster presentation by a student/post-doc, and the Vaughan Lecturer (http://www.rockychem.com/honors/vaughan-lecturer.html), which is awarded to a leading scientist in the field of SSNMR. The identity of the winner is only exposed in the meeting, and past recipients include many leading scientist in the field. A session is dedicated to the Vaughan lecturer, who gets to select several speakers. The meeting also awards travel stipends for students in order to encourage their participation.
conference dates: August 5-12, 2022
Biozentrum Basel, Switzerland
The intention of the course is to provide practical training in important aspects of structural and dynamical analysis by NMR. The emphasis will be on setting up experiments on the spectrometer (optimizing parameters, pulse programs), on processing and analyzing the NMR data and on structure calculations in a hands-on fashion. It is impossible to also teach all the necessary theoretical background of modern NMR experiments in a few days. Therefore, the course is aimed at PhD students and postdocs who have some working knowledge of NMR theory, i.e. product operator formalism, and who understand the basic principles of NMR pulse sequences. Possible candidates should have the knowledge of NMR theory at the level of the book 'Protein NMR Spectroscopy' by Cavanagh et al. or similar.
There will be a summer school (if situation allows) on the Theory of NMR at Youth hostel Schloss Windischleuba (40 km South of Leipzig/Germany) from Sun/26 March (evening) to Sat/1 April (morning) 2023 supported by the ISMAR. The school is the 2nd in a cycle of four schools and will be dedicated to relaxation theory: Basics of NMR, basic quantum mechanics, Hamiltonians, Liouville space and super operators, Redfield theory, correlation functions and spectral density functions, relaxation pathways, relaxation mechanisms, relaxation in solids, relaxometry, paramagnetic relaxation, thermalization, Lindblaad formalism.
Invited are MSc and PhD students as well as postdocs from all over the world.
Teachers: Christian Bengs (Univ. Southampton), Matthias Ernst (ETH Zürich), Amir Goldbourt (Tel Aviv University), Paul Schanda (IST Austria).
Organizer: Jörg Matysik (Univ. Leipzig).
Further information: http://www.cidnp.net/summer-schools/
Fee for participation = 420 EUR.
Entire program, teaching materials, excursion, food and full accommodation are included.
Participants pay for transport by themself.
For travelers from far, with generous support of ISMAR, we might provide a grant by dropping the fee for participation.
Max number of students = 45.
Deadline for application = Sun 16 Oct. 2022.
Decision on participation within a month.
Participants are expected to stay the full period.
For application, please provide in the text of an e-mail: (1) last name, (2) first name, (3) gender f/m, (4) e-mail, (5) name and postal address of home institution, (6) head of laboratory, (7) food veg/nonveg/other, (8) arrival date, (9) departure date, (10) about three sentences describing your research project, (11) about three sentences on your motivation to participate, (12) any further information, (13) requesting grant: no/yes&reasons.
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