Monday 3 September

Monday morning

There is a late speaker change for the 11.00 talk. Last update: 28-Aug-2018.

09.00Session start 
Chair: Arno KentgensRadboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
09.00-09.45Thomas TheisDuke University, USA
SABRE of X-nuclei: from basic spin physics to future biosensing applications
09.45-10.05Stefan GlögglerMPI Göttingen, Germany
Para-Hydrogen Induced Polarization: Over 50% 1H and 13C polarization of metabolite precursors and 12% 15N polarization with 20 minutes T1 in water
10.05-10.25Alexandra YurkovskayaInternational Tomography Centre, Novosibirsk, Russia
Light-induced hyperpolarization in reversible reactions of biomolecules
10.25-11.00coffee
11.00-11.20Kerstin Münnemann [late change]University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Fighting the lifetime issue of NMR hyperpolarisation by parahydrogen
11.20-11.40James EillsUniversity of Southampton, UK
Field-swept polarization transfer in parahydrogen NMR
11.40-12.15Meghan HalseUniversity of York, UK
1H and 13C benchtop NMR spectroscopy with SABRE hyperpolarisation
12.15end of session
12.15-13.45lunch

Monday afternoon

13.45Session start 
Chair: Konstantin IvanovInternational Tomography Centre, Novosibirsk, Russia
13.45-14.20Stephan AppeltForschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
From Laser Physics to the Para-Hydrogen Pumped Raser
14.20-14.40Anu KantolaUniversity of Oulu, Finland
Continuous Flow SABRE Polarization for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Nuclear Spin-Induced Magneto-Optic Experiments
14.40-15.00Karel KouřilUniversity of Southampton, UK
Spin-Isomer Conversion in Water Endofullerene at Room Temperature
15.00-15.20James MacDonaldUniversity of Nottingham, UK
Hyperpolarisation using the Brute Force Approach
15.20-15.40Jean-Nicolas DumezCNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
Single-Scan 13C Diffusion-Ordered NMR Spectroscopy of DNP-Hyperpolarised Substrates
15.40-17.00tea and posters
17.00Session start 
Chair: Bernhard BlümichUniversity of Aachen, Germany
17.00-17.45Anne LesageUniversity of Lyon, France
DNP-Enhanced Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy at High Magnetic Field and Fast MAS
17.45-18.05Jörg HeiligerGoethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
Site-directed spin labeling of partially and fully deuterated proteins with Gd(III) for site-selective MAS DNP
18.05-18.25Wing ChowFMP-Berlin, Germany
DNP-Enhanced Solid-State NMR Enables Observation of Collagen Triple Helix Structural Change in Human Alkaptonuria Cartilage
18.25end of session
19.30 -dinner