Poster sessions will be replaced with round-table sessions dedicated to discussions on key themes selected from the abstracts submitted to our Scientific Committee. Each of you will have the opportunity to present your piece of work to a selected audience!
Deadline for registration : 31 May 2017
We are happy to announce that the following speakers have already accepted to participate: Sharon Ashbrook (St Andrews, UK), Clare Grey (Cambridge, UK), Arno P.M. Kentgens (Nijmegen, NL), Guido Pintacuda (Lyon, F), Tatyana Polenova (Newark, DE), Jeffrey A. Reimer (Berkeley, CA), Chad Rienstra (Urbana, IL), and Robert Tycko (Bethesda, MD).
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A highlight special lecture will be delivered by Jonathan N. Coleman.
Chamonix Mont-Blanc is about 1 hour from Geneva Airport and 2 hours from Lyon by car.
Since 2007, the Regitze R. Vold Memorial Prize Lecture is awarded to an outstanding contribution by a younger scientist selected from the abstracts contributed to the conference.
The 2015 Prize was awarded to:
Prof. Leonard J. Mueller
Department of Chemistry,
University of California
Bridging Microscopic Structural Rearrangement and Macroscopic Motion with NMR Crystallography
Doctor Gaël De Paëpe
Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives,
Institut Nanosciences et Cryogénie
Achieving Large Absolute Sensitivity For Solid-State NMR With Dynamic Nuclear Polarization: Matrix-Free Samples And Ultra-Low Temperatures
Doctor Amir Goldbourt
Tel Aviv University
Recoupling of Heteronuclear Dipolar Interaction Using Non-Adiabatic, Low Amplitude RF Fields: Theory and Applications to a Spin-1/2 Paired With Any Non-Integer Spin
Professor Sophia Hayes
A New Model of Optically-Pumped NMR
in Direct-Gap Semiconductors
Professor Christopher Jaroniec
The Ohio State University
Long Range Structural Restraints in Spin Labeled Proteins
Probed by Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
From 1999 to 2005, the Prize was awarded to the best poster presented by a student.
The Study of Motion Using 2H Double-Quantum MAS NMR
by Marica Cutajar, Sharon E Ashbrook and Stephen Wimperis
Department Of Chemistry, University Of Exeter,
and Department Of Earth Sciences, University Of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Resolution Enhancement in Solid-State NMR of Proteins
Using Spin-State-Selective Techniques
by Sabine Hediger, Luminita Duma, Bernhard Brutscher, Anja Böckmann,
Anne Lesage, and Lyndon Emsley
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France