Oral presentations will be of different durations. Presentations should be in English and posters should be printed in portrait, A0-size.
Monday Januar 20th 2020
12-13 Welcome Lunch
13-14.30 Metabolomics (session chaired by Dr. Christian Clement Yde)
13-13.45 Dr. Bénédicte Elena-Herrmann, University Grenoble Alpes
NMR Metabolic Fingerprints in Functional and Medical Biology
13.50-14.05 Dr. Frans Mulder, Aarhus University
Fast and Quantitative NMR mixture analysis with co-solvent PRE
14.15-15.15 Poster and Vendor pitches (session chaired by Professor Birthe B. Kragelund)
15.15-16.15 Poster session and coffee
16.15-17.45 Small molecule NMR (session chaired by Professor Reinhard Wimmer)
16.15-17.00 Professor Timothy Claridge, University of Oxford
NMR super sequences for small molecule structure elucidation
17.05-17.20 PhD student Nikolaj Sten Troelsen, Technical University of Denmark
The 3F library: Fluorinated C(sp3)-rich fragments for expeditious 19F NMR based screening
17.25-17.40 Professor Poul Erik Hansen, Roskilde University
Structure elucidation of medium size molecules made simple
17.50-19.15 Parallel workshops (for details see below)
- Small molecule NMR - The Do's and Dont's within the area (Professor Timothy Claridge, University of Oxford)
- NMR in metabolomics (Dr. Bénédicte Elena-Herrmann, University Grenoble Alpes)
- Solid-state NMR (Professor Thomas Vosegaard, Aarhus University)
19.30 Dinner, dance and discussions
Tuesday January 21st 2020
8.15-9.15 DANNMR meeting with Bruker
9.15-9.30 Group photo
9.30-10.45 Solid state NMR (session chaired by Assoc. Prof. Jørgen Skibsted)
9.30-9.45 Professor Ulla Gro Nielsen, University of Southern Denmark
Phosphate recovery from wasterwater by layered double hydroxides as seen from NMR and other techniques
9.50-10.05 Professor Juha Vaara, University of Oulu
”Small” effects in NMR - Two examples of theory rationalising experimental findings
10.10-10.25 PhD student Sheng-Yu Yang, Aarhus University
Sodium and tetrahedral aluminium in cementitious calcium-aluminate-silicate hydrate phases (C-A-S-H)
10.30-10.45 Dr. Shuai Nie, Aarhus University
Mg substitution in CaO-Al2O3-SiO2 glasses studied by 27Al and 29Si MAS NMR
10.45-11.15 Coffee break
11.15-12.50 Bio NMR (session chaired by Assoc. Prof. Anders Malmendal)
11.15-11.30 Dr. Christian Kjeldsen, Technical University of Denmark
dDNP NMR of transglycosylative abilities of beta-galactosidase
11.35-11.50 PhD student Chengxin Li, Technical University of Denmark
Structural, biosynthetic and serological reactive elucidation of capsular polysaccharides from Streptococcus pneumoniae
11.55-12.10 Dr. Kristine Steen Jensen, Lund University
Revealing well-defined soluble states during amyloid fibril formation by multilinear analysis of NMR diffusion data
12.15-12.30 PhD student Malene Selch Sønnichsen, Aarhus University
Human Serum Albumin Interaction Study by NMR
12.35-12.50 NMR Laboratory Manager Dennis Juhl, Aarhus University
The sources of sample heating during NMR experiments
13.00-14.00 Goodbye Lunch
14.00-15.30 Bruker Users Meeting
This year we will as something new run three parallel workshop sessions of 90 min. duration, with an educational character where Do´s and Don´ts, questions and discussions are in focus. The workshop topics are chosen to cover different participant interests.
Dr. Bénédicte Elena-Hermann from University of Lyon is invited to speak about her research in metabolomics and she will educate in workshop 1 about metabolite identification, quantification and multivariate data analysis.
Professor Timothy Claridge from university of Oxford is invited to speak about his research within small molecule structure elucidation, screening and to educate in workshop 2 about designing and combining NMR experiments to obtain 3D structures of small molecules and screening.
Workshop 3 will be dedicated to solid state NMR techniques where the experimental capabilities (present and future), outreach and current projects are informally discussed with Professor Thomas Vosegaard.
We ask all participants to sign up for one of the workshops at the Danish NMR meeting. A sign-in list will be available in the conference hall. Please consider your own research and prepare questions to be discussed within the topic of the workshop that you will attend in advance of the meeting.
Korsør Lystskov 30 · 4220 Korsør
+45 72 16 20 00
From Copenhagen central station, take the train to Korsør. From Korsør station you may take a taxi or we may aid in facilitating transportation.
The 41th Danish NMR meeting will be held at Comwell Klarskovgaard in Korsør on Monday January 20th and Tuesday January 21st 2020.