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Visitors - guest lectures/seminars


June 9, 1999.
Professor Shimon Vega, Department of Chemical Physics, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel.
Lecture Wednesday June 9 at 14.15 in Kemisk Auditorium VI:
Rf Modulations in NMR Spectroscopy
January 11, 2000.
Dr. Robert Bywater, Biostructure Department, Novo Nordisk A/S
January 25 - 27, 2000.
Professor Beat H. Meier, Laboratory fur Physicalische Chemie, Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland:
Lecture Wednesday January 26 at 14.15 in Kemisk Auditorium I:
Solid-State NMR of Peptides and Proteins: Some Possibilities and Prospects
January 31 - February 2, 2000.
Dr. Scott A. Smith, Florida State University
August 15 - 16, 2000.
Prof. Huub de Groot, Leiden Institute of Chemistry, University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands
Lecture Wednesday August 16 at 9.00 in Kemisk Auditorium I:
Aspects of biological Solid-State NMR
November 20, 2000.
Prof. Paul D. Ellis, EMSL, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, WA
November 29, 2000. Postponed/cancelled.
Prof. Gary Drobny, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
January 3, 2001.
Dr. Anders Malmendal, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Lecture Wednesday January 3 at 13.00 in the Science Park, Conference room:
Dynamic structures of EF-hands and a microtubule associated protein
January 24, 2001.
Dr. Jacco van Beek, ETH, Zurich, CH
Lecture Wednesday January 24 at 13.15 in Aud. VI, Department of Chemistry:
Solid-state NMR investigations of spider dragline silk: Regulatory techniques for solving a two-parameter ill-posed inverse problem.
May 17, 2001.
Prof. Anthony Watts, Oxford University, UK
Lecture Thursday May 17 at 15.15 in Aud. I, Department of Chemistry:
The use of solid-state NMR to resolve structural details of membrane peptides and proteins.
October 14-16, 2001.
Prof. Malcolm H. Levitt, Southampton University, UK
Lecture Tuesday October 16 at 10.15 in Aud. VI, Department of Chemistry:
Using Symmetry to Design Pulse Sequences in Solid-State NMR.
October 29 - November 3, 2001.
Dr. James Mason, Forschungsinstitut fur Molekulare Pharmakologie, Berlin-Buch, DE and Dr. Miya Kamihira, Biomembrane structure unit, Oxford University, UK
Lecture by Dr. James Mason, Wednesday, October 31 at 11.15 in Aud. I, Department of Chemistry:
Orientations from multiply labelled bacteriorhodopsin: a 15N MAOSS approach.
April 29, 2002.
Prof. Paul D. Ellis, Molecular Structure and Dynamics Directorate, EMSL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, USA
Tuesday, April 29 at 14.15 in Aud. I, Department of Chemistry:
Multi-field (9.4, 11.7, and 18.8 T) Low-Temperature Solid-State NMR.
May 13, 2002.
Raino Hansen, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK
Monday, May 13 at 13.15 in Aud. I, Department of Chemistry:
Method development for the measurement of hydrogen/deuterium exchange in the Influenza A transmembrane proton channel, M2.
June 27, 2002.
Dr. Suzana Straus, Biomembrane Structure Unit, Oxford University, UK
Thursday, June 27 at 10.15 in Aud. VI, Department of Chemistry:
Investigating the effects of motion on PISEMA spectra
October 16-17, 2002.
Dr. Erwann Loret, CNRS, Marseille, France
Thursday, Oct 16 at 16.15 in Aud. I, Department of Chemistry:
From NMR structures to the discovery of Tat HIV inhibitor
May 26-27, 2003.
Prof. Robert G. Griffin, Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory and Department of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA
Monday, May 26 at 13.15 in Aud. I, Department of Chemistry:
Biological Nanostructures: Amyloid and Membrane Protein Structure Determination by Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
June 1-2, 2004.
Prof. Stanley J. Opella, University of California
Tuesday, June 1 at 10.15 in Fys. Aud, Department of Physics:
NMR structural studies of proteins in biological supramolecular assemblies
June 1-2, 2004.
Dr. Francesca M. Marassi, The Burnham Institute, La Jolla, California
Tuesday, June 1 at 13.00 in Koll., Department of Anatomy:
NMR structural studies of proteins in Lipid Bilayer
June 15, 2004.
Jarl Underhaug, University of Bergen
Wedensday, June 15 at 15.00 in 512-213., Department of Chemistry
June 20, 2004.
Dr. Jens Dittmer, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Monday, June 20 at 10.15 in 512-213., Department of Chemistry
Aug 10-13, 2004.
Prof. Clemens Glaubitz, Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt
Tuesday, Aug 10 at 15.00 in Aud I, Department of Chemistry:
Challenges and opportunities for Studying Membrane Proteins by Solid-State NMR, and
Wedensday Aug. 11 at 10.00 in Aud I:
New Experiments for Conformational Changes
Sept 5-6, 2004.
Dr. Navin Khaneja, Harvard University
Monday, Sept 6 at 9.15 in 512-213., Department of Chemistry:
Optimal control and nuclear magnetic resonance
Oct 5, 2004.
Prof. Gerhard Grobner, University of Umeaa
Tuesday, Oct 5 at 10.15 in Phys. Aud, Department of Physics:
Membrane Surfaces Involved in Diseases: Their Mechanism of Action Studied by Biophysical Methods including Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy
March 8-13, 2005.
Profs. Steffen Glaser, Technical University, Munich and Navin Khaneja, Harvard University
Friday, March 11 at 13.15 in Aud VI, Department of Chemistry:
Optimal control in magnetic resonance
March 18, 2005.
Prof. Kurt Zilm, Yale University
Friday, March 18 at 11.15 in Aud IV, Department of Chemistry
May 19-20, 2005.
Prof. Robert G. Griffin, Francis Bitter Magnet LAboratory, Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA
Visit in relation to "PhD course on protein aggregation and fibrillation", organized by Daniel Otzen, University of Aalborg and iNANOschool. Talk:
Solid-state NMR on Fibrils
May 16-20, 2005.
Dr. Oleg Antzutkin, Department of Chemistry, Luleå Technical University, Sweden.
Visit in relation to "PhD course on protein aggregation and fibrillation", organized by Daniel Otzen, University of Aalborg and iNANOschool. Talk:
ssNMR, EM, and AFM: The supramolecular structure of Alzheimers fibrils
August 18-19, 2005.
Dr. Melinda Duer, Cambridge University, UK
Friday, August 19 at 11.15 in Aud I, Department of Chemistry:
Solid-State NMR Studies of Complex Biological Solids
September 23, 2005.
Prof. Clemens Glaubitz, Johan W. Goethe University
Visit in relation to PhD exam of Astrid Colding Sivertsen
October 7-10, 2005.
Prof. Raz Jelinek, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
Visit in relation to 3rd iNANO Autumschool with the lecture:
Nano-patch bio-mimetic sensors for studying biological membrane processes


Group seminars and Journal Club in Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy

Thursdays 9.00 - 11.00, Department of Chemistry, Aud VI
Speaker, title, topics etc. can be found under the local entry of our home-page.