Preliminary program

Each day of the School will be devoted to a specific subject. The lectures will start from the basics of NMR and EPR providing the necessary background for description of advanced magnetic resonance experiments.

September 15: Arrival and welcome party

19.00 Welcome party

September 16: Theoretical framework for magnetic resonance

9.00 Plenary talk: Quantum mechanical description of pulsed experiments in NMR and EPR. Ivanov

11.00 Coffee break

11.30 LECTURE: Electron and nuclear spin dynamics. Maeda

13.00 LECTURE: Basic pulse experiments in magnetic resonance. Kulik

14.00 — 15.00 Lunch

15.00 LECTURE: Relaxation in magnetic resonance. Ivanov

16.30 LECTURE: Product operator formalism. Griesinger

18.00 Coffee break

18.30 Tutorial: Product operator formalism. Yulikov

September 17: NMR

9.00 Plenary talk: Modern methods in bio-NMR. Griesinger

11.00 Coffee break

11.30 LECTURE: NMR interactions. Ivanov

13.00 LECTURE: Spin interaction tensors. Ivanov

14.00 — 15.00 Lunch

15.00 LECTURE: NMR pulse sequences. Griesinger

16.30 Tutorials: NMR structure determination — a practical guide. Tietze

18.00 Coffee break

18.30 Flash talk session

September 18: EPR

9.00 Plenary talk: Pulsed dipolar EPR spectroscopy. Yulikov

11.00 Coffee break

11.30 LECTURE: EPR interactions. Kulik

13.00 LECTURE: Relaxation in EPR. Kulik

14.00 — 15.00 Lunch

15.00 LECTURE: Pulsed EPR instrumentation. Yulikov

16.30 Tutorials: DeerAnalysis, SPIDYAN, MMM. Yulikov

18.00 Coffee break

18.30 Flash talk session

September 19: Spins of electrons and nuclei

9.00 Plenary talk: Dynamic Nuclear Polarization. Gutmann

11.00 Coffee break

11.30 LECTURE: Spin hyperpolarization. Gutmann

12.30 LECTURE: Hyperfine interactions in solid state EPR. Kulik

14.00 — 15.00 Lunch

15.00 LECTURE: Magnetoreception and magnetic field effects. Maeda

16.30 LECTURE: Chemically induced electron spin polarization. Maeda

18.00 Coffee break

18.30 Tutorials: Hyperfine spectroscopy [Yulikov], ENDOR, ELDOR-detected NMR [Kulik]

20.00 Poster session

September 20: NMR and EPR in action

9.00 Plenary talk: NMR-based studies of biomolecules. Tietze

11.00 Coffee break

11.30 LECTURE: Chemically induced nuclear spin polarization. Yurkovskaya

13.00 LECTURE: Site-directed spin labeling in EPR. Yulikov

14.00 — 15.00 Lunch

15.00 LECTURE: Recent highlights in MR. Gutmann

16.30 LECTURE: Recent highlights in spin chemistry. Maeda

18.00 Coffee break

18.30 Closing of the School

Departure

 

Gutmann Introduction to DNP and Hyperpolarization

Ivanov_NMR interactions_Roshchino

Ivanov_QM for NMR_Roshchino

Ivanov_Relaxation_Roshchino

Ivanov_tensors_Roshchino

Maeda Electron Spin dynamics

Maeda Electron spin polarization

Maeda Magnetoreception and RYDMR

Maeda Topics of Spin Chemistry

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Tietze_tutorial

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Yulikov_Pulse_EPR_Instrumentation_lecture_slides

Yulikov_SDSL_lecture_slides

Kulik_EPR_interactions

Kulik_EPR_Relaxation

Kulik_HFI_solids

Griesinger_Product_operators