Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center and Departement of Chemistry, Aarhus University
March 6 to May 19, 2021 – online – Mondays 3-5pm
June 4-9, 2023 – Aarhus
The next Ampere Biological Solid-State NMR School will take place as a two-part course. The first part is a weekly online course while the second part will be held in person in Aarhus, Denmark.
The School is aimed at advanced students who have a good knowledge of the basics of solid-state NMR. The School has the purpose of teaching the students a broad range of topics required to understand the modern solid-state NMR experiments which are used in biological applications: Hamiltonians in NMR, isotropic and anisotropic interactions, tensor description of NMR, spherical tensors and tensor rotations, time-dependent Hamiltonians, average Hamiltonian and Floquet theory, principles of recoupling and decoupling under MAS, spin-dynamic simulations using SIMPSON, basic principles and applications of MAS DNP, EPR and paramagnetic NMR, characterization of dynamic processes, protocols for the assignment of protein spectra and protein structure determination, the basics of solid-state NMR instrumentation as well as sample preparation and isotope-labelling techniques.
Here you find information about the registration.
Tentative Program for the School 2023.
Anja Böckmann (CNRS/Université de Lyon, France)
Matthias Ernst (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
Beat Meier (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
Hartmut Oschkinat (FMP Berlin, Germany)
Niels Chr. Nielsen
Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center
Gustav Wieds Vej 14
building 1590, 226
8000 Aarhus C