dear NMR enthusiasts,
You are cordially invited to a symposium about NMR spectroscopy and complementary techniques under the name 'Puzzles of (Bio)molecular Structure and Dynamics' on 23 and 24 May 2023, which marks the inauguration of the Institute of Biochemistry at Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria, headed by the undersigned. The symposium is open to everyone, and rates are 150€ (full) and 75€ (student), including conference dinner. For information and registration (until 1 May), point your browser to https://www.jku.at/en/institute-of-biochemistry/inaugural-biochemistry-symposium/
. There is room for poster presentations and talks will be given in-person by the following speakers:
Marco Tessari, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (NL), NMR Discrimination of enantiomers at sub-micromolar concentration via parahydrogen-Induced hyperpolarization.
Klaartje Houben, DSM Science & Innovation Delft (NL), Characterization of food proteins and enzymes.
Marco Sette, Università Tor Vergata Rome (IT), NMR for therapeutical peptides.
Martin Weik, IBS Grenoble (FR), Making molecular movies of proteins at work using bright X-ray sources.
Lewis E. Kay, University of Toronto (CA), Using magnetic fields to probe electric fields of biomolecules.
Tony Mittermaier, McGill University (CA), Dynamics of Guanine Quadruplexes.
Mikael Akke, Lund Universitet (SE), Protein–ligand binding studied by NMR.
Ingemar André, Lund Universitet (SE), Design and prediction of the structure of protein containers.
Lars Schäfer, Ruhr Universität Bochum (DE), NMR experiments and MD simulations: A Love Relation?
Antonio Pineda Lucena, Cima Universidad de Navarra (ES), Pharmacometabolomics by NMR in Oncology.
Jean van den Elsen, University of Bath (UK), Compounds from the cowshed: designing novel complement inhibitors.
Paul Schanda, IST Klosterneuburg (AT), NMR in solution and solids: playing with spins and isotopes to resolve biological mechanisms.
Raimond Ravelli, Universiteit Maastricht (NL), Order and Disorder in the NanoWorld.
Rolf Boelens, Universiteit Utrecht (NL), Structure and dynamics in gene regulation.
Claudio Luchinat, CERM/CIRMMP, Università di Firenze (IT), Metabolomics by NMR: achievements and perspectives.
Best wishes on behalf of everyone at the institute,
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Frans A.A. Mulder
Head, Institute of Biochemistry
Johannes Kepler University
4040 Linz, Austria
office: +43 (0)732 2468 9300
mobile: +43 (0) 6776 4774 555