Thursday, July 15, 2010

NMR Seminar Schedule at NYU

Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012, 4pm, Room 1001P Silver Building
Andy Ilott from SUNY Stony Brook

A Combined First Principles and Monte Carlo Approach to the Calculation of NMR Hyperfine Shifts

Tuesday, Dec 6, 2011,4pm, Room 658 Brown (6th fl. conf. room)
Prof. Gil Navon, Tel-Aviv University
Magnetic Resonance Acoustic Radiation Force Imaging

Tuesday, Nov.29,2011, 4pm, 6th Floor Conference Room
Alexander Nevzorov
Structure Determination of Membrane Proteins by Solid-State NMR:
Uniaxial Alignment, Spectroscopic Assignment, and Structure Calculations

Tuesday, Nov. 15,2011, 7pm, Room1003
Greg Boutis, CUNY,
as part of the NY Nanoscience Discussion Group

Friday , Sep. 23,2011, 11am , Room 1003
Jeffrey Reimer, UC Berkeley
"Spin Control without the Politics"

Tuesday, Aug 2, 11am Room 658 Brown (6th floor conference room)
Prof. Lucio Frydman, Weizmann Institute
"Ultrafast NMR Spectroscopy"

Friday, May 27,2011, 1-3pm, 1001p Conference Room
Chunqi Qian

Tuesday, May 24,2011,4pm-6pm,1001p Conference Room
Noam Ben-Eliezer CBI New York University Medical School

Tuesday, May 10,2011, 4pm-6pm,1001p Conference RoomEugene Mananga Atomic Energy Commission Paris
"The introduction of the Floquet-Magnus Expansion Approach to Solid-State NMR
Spectroscopy and its application"

Wednesday, April 20, 2011, 4pm-6pm, 1003 Conference Room
Neal Bangerter Univeristy of Utah and BYU
apply fast imaging techniques to a variety of applications, including the in vivo assessment of cartilage health, characterization of breast cancer tumors, and flow-independent

Tuesday, March 8, 2011, 4pm-6pm, 1001p Conference RoomProf. Anatoly Khitrin, Kent State University
Long-lived echo signals

Tuesday, September 14, 2010, 11am-1pm , 6th Floor Conference Room
Christopher Jaroniec,Ohio State University
Atomic-resolution studies of protein structure and dynamics by magic-angle spinning solid-state NMR spectroscopy

Monday, July 12, 2010, 2pm, 1001p
Christoffer Laustsen, Aarhus University, Denmark
quadrupolar coupling binomial pulse sequences for in vivo 23Na nmr and mri

Wednesday, June 23, 2010, 2pm, 1001p
Assaf Tal NYU Radiology
Single scan 2D NMR

Friday, June 11, 2010, 2pm,1001p
Kate Washburn, Schlumberger
double quantum filters in clays

Friday, April 30, 2010, 10am, 1001PRachel Martin, UC Irvine
Switched angle spinning NMR methods development and applications to oriented systems

Thursday, April 15, 2010, 2pm, 1001PJudith Schlagnitweit, University of Linz, Austria
Multipurpose NMR Experiments
Wednesday, March 31, 2010, 10am, 1003Bernhard Blümich, Aachen University
Shrinking the NMR Machine
Friday, August 14, 2009, 2pm, Silver 1001PJohn A. Sidles, University of Washington
Simulation of Large-Scale Open Quantum Systems
Friday, August 7, 2009, 2pm, Silver 1001PKonstantin Ulrich, Pratt Institute
Diffusion by NMR
Wednesday, March 18, 2008, 1:30pm, NYSBC conf. rm.
Norbert Müller, U. Linz
Efficient Cross-correlation Experiments

Friday, Feb 29, 2008, 3pm, Silver 1003
Daniel Weitekamp, Caltech
Improving NMR Sensitivity: From In Vivo MRI to Single-Molecule Spectroscopy

Friday, Feb 15, 2008, 4pm, Silver 1003
Roderick Wasylishen, U. Alberta
Advantages of Performing Solid-State NMR Experiments at High Magnetic Field Strengths

Friday, Feb 12, 2008, 1:30pm, NYSBC conference rm.
Sasa Antonijevic, UC Berkeley
Probing Structure and Dynamics of Molecules in Solids by NMR spectroscopy: A Spin I = 1 Journey
Friday, Dec 7, 2007, 4pm, Silver 1003
Clare Grey, SUNY Stony Brook
Optimizing Materials for Battery, Fuel Cell and Environmental Applications: NMR, Diffraction and Electrochemical Studies
Tuesday, Nov 6, 2007, 2pm, Silver 1001P
Jae-Seung Lee, Kent State U.
NMR Implementation of Quantum Devices
Wednesday, Nov 7, 2007, 1:30pm, at NYSBC conf rm.
Jae-Seung Lee, Kent State U.
High-Precision Measurement of Inter-Nuclear Distances using Solid-State NMR & Adiabatic Cross-Polarization
Wednesday, Nov 7, 2007, 1:30pm, at NYSBC conf rm.Olivier Lafon, U. Lille
2H and 3H NMR in oriented and solid phase: From chiral discriminations to long-range distance measurements
Friday, Sep 28, 2007, 4pm, Silver 1003Arthur G. Palmer, Columbia U.
Wenesday, Sep 12, 2007, 3pm, Silver 1001PAlexej Jerschow, NYU
NMR Relaxation Theory
Tuesday, May 29, 2007, 11am, Silver 1003Bernhard Bluemich, Aachen University
Mobile NMR: Past, Present, and Future
Monday, May 14, 2007, 1pm,Silver 1001P
Gil Navon, Tel Aviv University
Friday, April 27, 2007, 3:30pm, Silver 1003Richad R. Ernst, ETH
NMR and its Nobel Glory
Monday, December 4, 2006, 11am, Silver 1001P
Roberto Simonutti, U. Milano
Porous Nanostructured Materials: from van der Waals crystals to mesoporous polymers
Friday, November 10, 2006, 3:30pm, Silver 1003
Philip J. Grandinetti, OSU
Measuring Correlated Structure Distributions in Oxide Glasses Using Solid-State NMR
Wednesday, Oct 18, 2006, 1:30pm, NYSBC conf. rm
(1) Eleonora Del Federico, Pratt Institute
New results on ultramarine pigment fading by solid-state NMR.
(2) Wen Ling, NYU
MRI reporters of cartilage tissue degradation by 1H and 23Na MRI.
Tuesday, Oct 10, 2006, 12pm, NYSBC conf. rm
(1) Gregory Boutis, York College, Physics
Advances in quadrupolar echo spectroscopy of spin-1 nuclei by average Hamiltonian theory.
(2) Alexej Jerschow, NYU
Quadrupolar/paramagnetic cross-correlation.
Friday, Mar 24, 2006, 3:30pm, Silver 1003
Jacob Schaefer, Washington U., St. Louis
Friday, Jan 20, 2006, 3:30pm, Silver 1003
Ad Bax, NIH
Weak Alighnment for Protein Structure Investigation
Wednesday, Nov 9, 2005, 11am, Silver 1003
Jacob Newman, NYU
Chromatography in an NMR tube: 3D Diffusion Ordered Spectroscopy
Friday, Nov 4, 2005, 3:30pm, Silver 1003
Matt Augustine, UC Davis
Developing New Spectroscopic Probes of Metal Ion Binding Sites
Wednesday, Nov 2, 2005, 12:15pm, Silver 1001P
Rong Peng, NYU
Low-field NMR application on the components separation and structure exploration of cheese
Wednesday, Oct 12, 2005, 11:00am, Silver 1003
Jacob Newman, NYU
Unilateral NMR: A Promising New Application of Solid State NMR
Wednesday, Jul 20, 2005, 11:30am, at the NYSBC
Gina Hoatson
High-field deuteron OMAS studies of solid state dynamics
Friday, Apr 29, 2005, 3:30pm, Silver 1003
S. J. Opella, UCSD
Structure Determination of Membrane Proteins by NMR Spectroscopy
Friday, Nov 29, 2004, 3:30pm, Silver 1003
R. G. Griffin, MIT
Amyloid and Membrane Proteins with Dipolar Recoupling and Dynamic Nuclear Polarization.
at NYSBC: Wednesday, Nov 3, 2004, 1:30pm
Eleonora Del Federico (Pratt Inst.), A. Jerschow (NYU)
Solid-state NMR of pigments; Examination of Fe8 as a contrast agent; Mathematica tool for NMR
at NYSBC: Oct 18, 1:30pm
(1) M. Marjanska, U. Minnesota
Image contrast using a TOCSY-like transfer.
(2) A. Trabesinger, ETH
In Vivo NMR Spectroscopy of strongly coupled spin systems
(3) K.-H. Lim, East Carolina U.
NMR studies of the amyloidogenic intermediate states
Thursday, Aug 12, 2004, 2pm
Steven Schwartz,NYU
NMR in Arts Conservation
April 28, 2004, 12:15pm
Wen Ling, Yan Li, Kang Chen
NMR class presentations: MATNMR, Average Hamiltonian Theory, Selective Pulses
April 28, 2004, 2:20pm, at NYSBC
A. Jerschow
Isotropic-Anisotropic Correlation for Quadrupoles for Slow-MAS and Static NMR
May 5, 2004, 12:15pm
John Kulp, Fabian Rodrigues, Lin Zhao
NMR class presentations: Automatic Spectral Assignment, Product Operators in Mathematica, Pure-phase 2D spectra
May 12, 2004, 12:15pm
Roman Fleysher and Lazar Fleysher
Imaging, Introduction, Nuts and Bolts
Sep 24, 2003, 12pm
Jinhong Chen, Sloan Kettering
Radiation Damping
Wednesday, Oct 15, 2003, 11:30am
Tycho Sleator, NYU Phys
Nuclear spin noise and other esoteric magnetic resonance experiments
Wednesday, Oct 22, 2003, 12pm
Alexej Jerschow, NYU Chem
Quadrupolar NMR I
Wednesday, 10/29/03, 12pm
Wen Ling, NYU Chem
NMR Quantum Computing
Wednesday, 10/29/03
Alexej Jerschow, NYU Chem
Quadrupolar NMR II
Wednesday, Nov 5, 2003 11:00am
PChem seminar: Fabian Alejandro Rodriguez
Optical Analogs of NMR
Wednesday, Nov 12, 2003, 12pm
Souheil Inati, NYU Neurosci
Solving the non-linear inverse problem of MR imaging in the presence of magnetic field inhomogeneity using spatially localized basis functions in a multi-scale framework
Wednesday, Nov 19, 2003, 12pm
Alexander Karger
Protective Systems for Mg
Friday, Nov 21 2003, 3pm room 10003 Silver
Warren S. Warren, Princeton
Breasts and Brains: Similarities and Differences.
Wednesday, Nov 26, 2003, 11:00am
PChem seminar: Karunesh Arora
Molecular Dynamics and NMR Spin Relaxation in Proteins
second talk, Wednesday, Nov 26, 2003, 12:00pm
Kiryn Haslinger
Product Operators
at the NY Struct. Biol. Ctr. Wednesday, Dec 3, 2003, 1:30pm
Alexej Jerschow
Simulating Multiple Spin Dynamics
Dec 16, 2003, 12:00pm
John L. Kulp
Solid-State NMR of Peptides
Tuesday, 2/4/2003, 12pm
Wolfgang Schoefberger, NYU
Polyfluorenes, obtain Refractive Index Changes of Conjugated Polymers - Patterning Conjugated Polymers
Monday, 2/10/2003, 12pm
Wen Ling, NYU
Product Operators
Tuesday, 2/18/2003, 12pm
Alexej Jerschow, NYU
Coherence Selection: Phase Cycling, Cogwheel Cycling, Gradients, etc
Monday, 3/3/2003, 12pm
Rajeev Kumar, NYU
Multidimensional NMR Techniques
Tuesday, 3/4/2003, 12pm
Alexej Jerschow, NYU
Average Hamiltonian Theory
Monday, 3/10/2003, 12pm
Ranajeet Ghose, CUNY
NMR Relaxation
Friday, 3/14/2003, 12pm, room Silver 1003
Kurt Zilm, Yale
NMR of Macromolecules as Solids and Semi-Solids
Monday, 4/7/2003, 12pm
John Evans, NYU
Pulsed EPR Spectroscopy
Monday, 4/14/2003, 12pm
Tatyana Polenova, CUNY
V51 MAS NMR Theory and Applications
Tuesday, 4/22/2003, 12pm
Jinhong Chen, Sloan Kettering
Selective Excitation
Monday, 4/28/2003, 12pm
Souheil Inati, NYU
Parallel Imaging and Susceptibility Artifact Reduction in Echo Planar Imaging
Monday, 5/5/2003, 12pm
Alexej Jerschow, NYU
NMR Quantum Computing
uesday, 5/13/2003, 12pm
Eleonora DelFederico, Pratt Inst.
Heteronuclear Recoupling, REDOR, etc.
Tuesday, 5/27/2003, 12pm
John Kulp, NYU
10/4/2002, 3pm, 1003 Silver
David Cory, MIT
NMR Perspectives on the Physics of Quantum Information Processing.
11/8/2002, 3pm, 1003 Silver
Eric Oldfield, UI - Urbana-Champaign
From NMR and Quantum Chemistry to Chemotherapy and Drug Design
5/5/2002, 3pm, 1003 Silver
Gary Drobny, U Washington, Seattle
Solid State NMR Studies of Biomaterials

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