Welcome to a symposium and the inauguration of world-unique combined solid-state NMR equipment (MAS CryoNMR Probe + Ultrafast MAS NMR Probe) for the next application level in sciences ranging from bio and medical sciences to novel material and environment.
The equipment is installed at the Umeå University KBC NMR core facility, a national SciLifeLab and VR-RFI (SwedNMR) node.
World-unique solid-state MAS CryoNMR probe at 600 MHz NMR (middle, and expanded view on the left); ultrafast (111 kHz) MAS NMR probe at 850 MHz NMR (right).
Chairs: Gerhard Gröbner and Jürgen Schleucher 09.30-09.45 Opening by Hans Adolfsson, Vice-Chancellor at Umeå University
09.45-10.00 Inauguration of equipment by Hans Adolfsson at the NMR room The inauguration can also be followed online in Carl Kempe salen, KBC.
Chair: Mikael Akke (Lund) 10:00-10.30 Alia Hassan, Bruker, Zürich, Switzerland: MAS CryoProbe challenges, development, applications
10.30-11.00 Coffee and cake
11.00-11.30 Tanguy Le Marchand, Lyon, France: 1H-detected biomolecular NMR under fast magic-angle spinning: achievements and prospects
11.30-12.00 Daniel Topgaard, Lund, Sweden: CPMAS cryoprobe technology enables multidimensional solid-state NMR studies of the stratum corneum at natural isotopic abundance.
12.00-13.30 Lunch and NMR site seeing
13.30-14.00 Tomas Larsson, Rise/KTH, Stockholm: CP/MAS 13C-NMR on commercial wood pulps and cellulose
14.00-14.30 Patrick van der Vel, Groningen, Netherlands: Targeting a pathogenic protein-lipid complex implicated in Barth syndrome (by ssNMR)