Basics of EPR for NMR spectroscopists

Dear NMR Enthusiast,

The 16th Global NMR Educational Tutorial will be given by Nino Wili, PhD student in Prof. Gunnar Jeschke’s lab at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, on the topic:

“Basics of EPR for NMR spectroscopists”.

Abstract: 

In this tutorial lecture, I will describe similarities and differences between NMR and EPR. Continuous-wave EPR will be introduced, as well as basic pulse sequences for hyperfine spectroscopy (ESEEM, ENDOR, ELDOR-detected NMR) and pulsed dipolar spectroscopy (DEER, RIDME, DQC). I will assume previous knowledge about the Bloch equations, the spin Hamiltonian description, product operator formalism, and anisotropic interactions. Examples will focus on molecular systems in chemistry and biology.

Speaker’s biography:

2016: MSc, ETH Zurich (Prof. Matthias Ernst)

2017-present: PhD, ETH Zurich (Prof. Gunnar Jeschke)

Webinar details:

Time: Tuesday, October 13, 2020, 08:00 AM California or 11:00 am Boston or 5:00 PM Paris or 8:30 PM Delhi

Join Meeting: https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/92480496788

Meeting ID: 924 8049 6788

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Global NMR Discussion Meetings

YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobalNMRDiscussionMeetings/videos

[Organizers:

Adrian Draney (Guido Pintacuda Lab, CRMN lyon)

Amrit Venkatesh (Aaron Rossini Lab, Iowa State Uni)

Asif Equbal (Songi Han Lab, UCSB)

Blake Wilson (Robert Tycko Lab, NIH)

Michael Hope (Lyndon Emsley Lab, EPFL)

PinelopiMoutzouri (Lyndon Emsley Lab, EPFL) ]

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