"Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Phenomena in Chemical and Biological Physics".
September 7-11, 2014
Novosibirsk (Akademgorodok), Russia.
III School for young scientists "Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Phenomena in Chemical and Biological Physics" will be held on 7-11 September 2014 in the Akademgorodok (Academy town) of Novosibirsk, Russia. Students, PhD students and young scientists from different fields of magnetic resonance are invited to participate in the School. The program will include invited lectures, oral talks by young scientists, a poster session and practical tutorials on working with modern pulse EPR and NMR spectrometers. Scientific sessions will be held at the Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion; accommodation will be reserved in the walking distance from the School venue. There will be no registration fee for the School for young scientists.
The book of abstracts will be published.Working language is English.
ISMAR support for the School is gratefully acknowledged.
Jan Behrends (Berlin, Germany), "EPR in Solar Cell Research"
Michael K. Bowman (Alabama, USA), "Measurement of Hyperfine Couplings by Pulsed EPR"
Anatoly Dvurechenskii (Novosibirsk, Russia), "Spin resonance of electrons localized in Ge/Si quantum dot nanoheterostructures"
Sergey A. Dzuba (Novosibirsk, Russia), "Structure and dymanics of spin-labeled biological systems"
Christian Griesinger (Goettingen, Germany)- to be announced
Torsten Gutmann (Darmstadt, Germany), "Investigation of structure and surface chemistry of heterogeneous catalysts employing advanced solid-state NMR techniques"
Robert Kaptein (Utrecht, the Netherlands), "Protein-DNA interaction: how do proteins find their target?"
Gerd Kothe (Freiburg, Germany), "Nuclear Hyperpolarisation and Spin Entanglement in Photoexcited Triplet States"
Olga Lapina (Novosibirsk, Russia)- "Advanced Solid State NMR Spectroscopy for Structural Characterization of Supported Catalysts"
Tatyana Leshina (Novosibirsk, Russia), "The Study of radical stages practically important processes by methods of Spin Chemistry"
Kiminory Maeda (Saitama, Japan), "Magnetoreception of Molecular Systems and Spin Selective Chemical Reactions"
Nikolay Polyakov (Novosibirsk, Russia), "Application of NMR in medical research"
Kev Salikhov (Kazan, Russia), "Theory of the pulse electron double resonance spectroscopy""
Ulrich E. Steiner (Konstanz, Germany), "Spin-orbit-coupling based spin chemistry"
Peter Tolstoy (Saint Petersburg, Russia), "Cooperativity of Functional Hydrogen Bonds in Active Sites of Enzymes: NMR Study of Model Systems"
Anatolii Vanin (Moscow, Russia), "EPR analysis of biologically active dinitrosyl iron complexes with thiolate ligands"
Hans-Martin Vieth (Berlin, Germany), "The role of level-anti-crossings in spin hyperpolarization"
Alexandra Yurkovskaya (Novosibirsk, Russia), "Time- Resolved and Field Dependent CIDNP"
Maxim Yulikov (Zurich, Switzerland), "Studies of structure and conformational changes of biomacromolecules and their complexes: pulse EPR techniques based on static and stochastic electron-electron dipolar interaction"
Topics of the School
Fundamentals of magnetic resonance (theory and basics of EPR and NMR methods).
Advanced methods of magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging.
Applications of magnetic resonance.
Registration – July 15, 2014
Abstract submission – July 31, 2014
Accomodation - August 1, 2014
Victor A. Bagryansky – Chairman
Leonid V. Kulik – Vice-chairman
Petr A. Purtov – Vice-chairman
Tatiana Yu. Karogodina – Scientific Secretary
Elena G. Bagryanskaya
Nikolay P. Isaev
Konstantin L. Ivanov
Daniil I. Kolokolov
Irina S. Tretyakova
Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
International Tomography Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Novosibirsk State University.