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50th meeting of the Dutch NMR-DG, Utrecht

Event Date: 
Friday, November 6, 2015 - 09:30 to 20:30

Hosts: Marc Baldus and Rolf Boelens, Utrecht University

Location: Lecturehall Cosmos, Victor J. Koningsbergergebouw, Budapestlaan 4a-b, 3584 CD Utrecht (Utrecht Science Park De Uithof)

Route description: Koningsberger gebouw, downloadable files: travelinfo and program


This year will be a special edition of the symposium to celebrate its 50th anniversary. We have composed a very attractive program with highly distinguished speakers (Ad Bax, Clare Grey, Christian Griesinger, Axel Haase, Rob Kaptein, Beat Meier, and Paul van Tilborg). The meeting will end with a reception and a festive buffet in the evening. 

The registration for the meeting has now been opened. To make the necessary preparations for lunch, dinner and poster session, the registration deadline has been set at Saturday October 24.

Program 50th NMR-DG meeting

09.30        Reception with coffee

10.00        Welcome and introduction hosts

10.15        Rob Kaptein (Utrecht) - NMR in The Netherlands: heroes of the past (and present)

10.45        Ad Bax (NIH Bethesda) - NMR under pressure

11.15        Mohammed Kaplan (Utrecht) - Cellular DNP-supported solid-state NMR on eukaryotic systems in native environment

11.30        Axel Haase (TU Münich) - Hyperpolarised 13C NMR: methodology and preclinical applications

12.00        Poster pitches

12.15        Poster session and lunch buffet

14.00        Jules Nelissen (TU Eindhoven) - Magnetic Resonance Elastography of pressure ulcurs

14.15        Beat Meier (ETH Zürich) Higher magnetic fields and faster spinning: new opportunities in solid-state NMR

14.45        Daan de Kort (Wageningen) - Yielding and flow in dispersions of cellulose as viewed by rheoMRI

15.00        Tea break

15.30        Christian Griesinger (MPI Göttingen)

16.00        Nan Eshuis (Nijmegen) - NMR Analysis of Sub-Micromolar Mixtures using Para-Hydrogen Induced Hyperpolarization 

16.15        Clare Grey (Cambridge University) - Following Function in Real Time: New NMR and MRI Methods for Studying Structure and Dynamics in Batteries and Supercapacitors

16.45        Closure

17.00        Reception

18.00        Buffet Dinner