Developments and Applications of Solid State NMR to Materials Science, Chemistry and Engineering Conference
14th – 17th May 2016
As a front-line methodology for the characterisation of a wide range of materials, solid state NMR spectroscopy has assumed great prominence and influence since the inception of magic-angle-spinning (MAS) techniques in the 1960s. From the first important 29Si and 13C applications of MAS, cross-polarisation (CP) and 1H decoupling applied to silicates (i.e. minerals, zeolites) and polymers, respectively, great advances have been achieved over the last forty years which permit the technique to extend past these defining studies on spin-1/2 nuclei to thus impact upon the majority of the NMR Periodic Table. In particular, the last decade has witnessed the greatest developments to magnet, probe and console technologies which have stimulated an exponential increase in the development of state-of-the-art techniques and capabilities, and the materials systems able to be investigated.
This meeting will simply focus on the application of solid state NMR to contemporary material science and chemistry, and it will highlight how the development of the methodology has promoted a huge increase the number of possible materials systems that can be effectively studied. The aspects that will be discussed will include:
- The use of an increasingly multinuclear approach
- The utility of leading-edge hardware such as high magnetic fields (≥ 20 T), ultrafast spinning, double angle rotation, etc
- Methods for signal enhancement, e.g. satellite manipulation, dynamic nuclear polarisation
- The combination with DFT and MD computational approaches which have led to ‘NMR crystallography’ approaches
- In situ operation and strategies
The key aim will be to promote how solid state NMR can provide insight, especially at the atomic scale, into the structure-function relationship of a wide range of materials. In addition, it will be highlighted how this methodology augments other characterisation techniques operating at different time and length scales, such as diffraction and vibrational spectroscopies. It is intended to demonstrate the utility of the solid state NMR approach to a wide range of materials areas including energy materials (batteries, fuel cells), micro-/macroporous materials (e.g. MOFs), geomaterials, hybrid biomaterial composites, catalysis systems, glasses and functional materials.
We believe this Conference will be a scientifically and socially rewarding, memorable and enjoyable experience.
Talk Consideration Deadline: Extended to 8th April 2016……..Poster Submission Deadline: 8th April 2016
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Golden Sands Resort, Varna. Bulgaria.
Located just 50 metres from the sea, 17km from Varna and with breath-taking views to the Black Sea which accommodates ten small islands, all of them incorporating unique eco systems with amazing flora and fauna. The International Hotel offers an idyllic location to serve as a conference host.
The Hotel offers 2 à la carte restaurants serving fine cultural cuisine. The venue provides the perfect setting to relax. Views of the sea or the park are offered from all the suites. The rooms offer individually controlled air-conditioning and Wi-Fi internet connection. Each room offers a modern bathroom with a bathtub or a shower and a hairdryer. The wellness centre of the complex offers guests of the hotel can use both indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
The new amphitheatre hall at the hotel offers the perfect setting for the conference. The raised, tiered seating ensures everyone will have a perfect view of the conference presentations in comfortable surroundings. Between sessions, or at the end of the day, there are several quiet areas located around the resort to allow continued discussion of the day’s events or to network and forge new working relationships.
We have secured an optional tour for conference attendees and any accompanying guests they may bring to enjoy during a lunch break at the conference. This will allow you to enjoy the tour and return to the hotel in good time for the afternoon session of the meeting. Please use the following link for further information
Modern Solid State NMR Spectroscopic Strategies for the Investigation of Structure and Dynamics in Disordered Materials
University of St Andrews
Exploiting DFT Calculations to Investigate Disorder in Inorganic Solids
Probing Disorder in Materials Using Solid-State NMR
Gaël De Paëpe
INAC (CEA/Grenoble Alpes University)
Hypersensitivity with Dynamic Nuclear Polarization: natural isotopic abundance and closed-loop cryogenic helium sample spinning
Iowa State University
Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy in Materials Research
Methodological Developments in Solid-State NMR with Applications in Catalysis and Energy Materials
University of Ottawa
Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Halogen-Bonded Solids
Towards NMR driven structural modelling of oxide glasses
CNRS – Université de Montpellier
Solid state NMR studies of alkaline-earth metal ions in inorganic and hybrid materials
DNP MAS and ab initio Calculations Applied to Hydroxyapatite and Hydrated Calcium Oxalates
Magnetic resonance studies of alignment effects and phase transitions in organic ionic plastic crystals
University of California, Berkeley
NMR and Materials Chemistry in Metal Organic Frameworks
University of Southern Denmark
Solid state NMR studies of layered inorganic materials with application in environmental remediation
UCCS, CNRS UMR 8181, Université de Lille
Advanced solid-state NMR as a key tool for the deeper understanding of heterogeneous catalysts
CEA France (former)
Supercell approximation of substitution disorder in crystalline materials: a toolset overview.
Department ofChemical Engineering & Biotechnology, University of Cambridge
Understanding Drug Release From Solid State Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms Using Magnetic Resonance
University of Cambridge
University of Warwick
JEOL & RIKEN
Deakin University – IFM
New York University Abu Dhabi
University of Warwick
Imperial College London
University of Warwick
Leiden Institute of Chemistry
University of Warwick
Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
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Please Note: This programme is subject to change. The programme will be updated regularly as information is received and we will always display the most current version here. We strongly recommend periodically reviewing this document.
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