On Thursday, October 15th Hillary Jenkins of McMaster University will lead a discussion about the Issues of accessibility in NMR Laboratories for those who are handicapped. Dr. Jenkins’ panel will contain an administrative accessibility expert, two NMR and MRI Vendors and several disabled individuals who will talk about their experiences.[...]
On Thursday, October 22nd at noon EDT Professor Thomas Williamson of the University of North Carolina Wilmington will lead a tutorial workshop about the extraction and use of heteronuclear coupling constants for structure determination. His panelists will include Roberto Gil of Carnegie Melon University, Alexie Buevich of Merck & Co, Kenilworth NJ, and Teodor Parella of the University of Barcelona.
Join us for a discussion of one of the most important methods for structure determination! Professor Williamson’s abstract is:
One bond 1JCH and long-range nJCH heteronuclear coupling constants are often overlooked, but they are powerful NMR parameters, especially when used in conjunction with modern density functional theory methods. This workshop will highlight applications of these data with a focus on their experimental extraction and theoretical calculation. Topics of discussion will include pulse sequence selection, acquisition and analysis of data, and tips for performing DFT calculations in the most effective way.
On Wednesday November 18 2020, at 12 noon EST Professor David Snyder of William Paterson University will lead a panel discussion on Current Perspectives in Covariance NMR: from Small Molecules to Proteins, from Process Analytical Technology to the Solid State. The panel will include Dominique Frueh, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins[...]
On Thursday January 14 2020, at 12 noon EST David Rovnyak of Bucknell College will lead a panel discussion on Nonuniform Sampling : Principles, Applications, Tools. The panel will include Adam Schuyler - Univ. of Conn. Health Center, Krzysztof Kazimierczuk - Univ. of Warsaw, Greg Walker - Pfizer, and Frank[...]
Full Title: Homonuclear 13C-13C Correlation Using Variants of the ADEQUATE Experiments The discussion will be on Advances and applications of the ADEQUATE experiment for detection of natural abundance 13C-13C coupling, the indirect-detection variant of INADEQUATE. Panel Leader: Gary Martin - Seton Hall Panelist: Josep Sauri - Merck & Co. Inc,[...]
On Thursday March 18th 2021 at 2:00 PM EDT. Bob Berno of McMaster University will lead a panel of experts who use NMR for polymer characterization. The panel will include presentations by Professor Harald Stover of McMaster University, Professor David Bergbreiter of Texas A&M University, Clemens Anklin of Bruker Biospin[...]
Announcing the Pre-ENC Zoom IVAN User Meeting on March 28th 2021, the Day Before This-year’s Virtual ENC Join us Sunday from about 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM EDT for fun and prizes* as well as good talks! We are all sad that we lost the Asilomar location for this year’s[...]
PLEASE NOTE: Date Change to April 8, 2021 Full Title: CRAFT – Principle, Application and Perspective The Discussion will be on Time-domain workflow with CRAFT (Complete Reduction to Amplitude Frequency Table). The principles, the applications and the perspective of the CRAFT paradigm. Abstract: The CRAFT (Complete Reduction to Amplitude Frequency[...]
Long Title: Principal Component Analysis in NMR: How it Works, What it’s Good For, and How You Can Use it. The panel discussion will cover the application of Principal Component Analysis (PCA) in NMR, including, how it works, what it’s good for and how you can use it. The three[...]
Unfortunately due to COVID-19 this workshop had to be canceled at the last minute. It has been tentatively rescheduled for July 22 2021. Our next round-table workshop “Quantitative NMR (qNMR) Applications” will take place on Thursday May 20, 2021 at 11:00 PM EDT (note the early hour this time). Jose[...]
On behalf of The Department of Chemistry at the University of Toronto and Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, the IVAN Users Group is posting this invitation. Register for Free Here Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry and The Department of Chemistry at the University of Toronto are excited to announce the SMART: NMR Spectroscopy Symposium. This one-day symposium[...]
On June 14 2021 Mathias Nilsson will lead a discussion on Pure Shift NMR: Overview, applications, tips and tricks. Pure shift experiments provide a unique opportunity to generate broadband homonculear decoupled data. The four expert panelists will review the topic highlighting applications and practical aspects. Leader: Prof. Mathias Nilsson Panelists:[...]