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02.08.2007. :: AMPERE NMR School

  19-29 June 2008, Poland

The aim of the organizers is to broad the school on participants from South-East European countries: Central European Initiative Member States (Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine). That is why we are going to apply for financial support of Central European Initiative Cooperation Fund to cover travel, accommodation, meals and social events expenses of scientists from previously mentioned countries.

If you are interested in establishing cooperation with organizers and participation in the school, please use school@amu.edu.pl for contact.



Detailed information:

The AMPERE Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) School has been held in Poland since 1993, under the auspices of the Groupement AMPERE. It is attended every year by over 100 students and professors from all over the world and is recognized as a great scientific event.

The School is addressed to young scientists and graduate students and aims at acquainting them with theoretical and experimental aspects of various NMR methods applied in nano-science, materials-science and soft-materials.

The programme of the School covers the following topics: Multi Quantum NMR; Multi Dimensional NMR; Relaxation; Diffusion; NMR Imaging; Applications of NMR. Lectures are given by the leading world NMR specialists emphasizing the recent development and novel applications of NMR techniques in materials science, biology and medicine.


The School is designed for 10 days and consists of two parts: Basic Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Tutorial Intensive School with experimental section and basic lectures, held at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. This part will be available for 30 students from CEI Member States, including 15 from CEI non EU countries.

During the second part called Advanced NMR with Applications, students will attend about 20 tutorial lectures presented by distinguished physicists from Germany, England, Russia, USA, Canada, Slovenia, Switzerland, France and Poland. The venue of this part will be the House of Creative Work & Conference Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Wierzba, located in the North-Eastern part of Poland in the heart of the Great Mazurian Lake District. The classes will be based on teaching methodology, where theoretical concepts are verified by practical experimentations.


ORGANIZING COMMITEE

Department of Macromolecular Physics,
Faculty of Physics,
Adam Mickiewicz University
Umultowska 85, 61-614 Poznań, Poland
Phone: +48 (61) 829 52 42
e-mail: school@amu.edu.pl

Centre for European Integration
Adam Mickiewicz University
Umultowska 85, 61-614 Poznań, Poland
Phone: +48 61 829 52 91,
fax.: +48 61 829 52 90
e-mail: school@amu.edu.pl

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

B. Meier (Zurich), Switzerland
J. Blicharski (Kraków), Poland
B. Blümich (Aachen), Germany
F. Fujara (Darmstadt), Germany
S. Jurga (Poznan), Poland
E. Roduner (Stuttgart), Germany
H. W. Spiess (Mainz) Germany


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