Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Workshops

Overview

Learn to do nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) on state-of-the-art instrumentation in the Minnesota NMR Center. During this workshop you will gain hands on experience with 600 and 700 MHz spectrometers. Whether you are considering NMR as a research tool in your lab or just would like to learn more about NMR, these workshops addresses practical aspects of experimental NMR and provide valuable experience.

Schedule

Dates Description Requirements
January 2014 Practical NMR Workshop (Basic tutorial for 1D and 2D NMR) none
March 2014 Practical NMR Workshop (Basic tutorial for 1D and 2D NMR) none
May 2014 Practical NMR Workshop (Basic tutorial for 1D and 2D NMR) none

*NOTE* - Washington Ave is now closed. Please make sure you are taking an alternative route through campus. A suggestion would be to exit on University from 35W (North/West) or Huron Blvd from 94 (South/East). If you have questions feel free to call us at the center.

Workshop Enrollment Limitations

Practical NMR Workshop: Minimum Enrollment = 4; Maximum Enrollment = 16
Advanced NMR Workshop: Minimum Enrollment = 3; Maximum Enrollment = 8

Costs

Practical Workshop
Academic fee: $300 = $100/day (Payable by EFS #)
Industry fee: $450 = $150/day

Advanced Workshop
Academic fee: N/A
Industry fee: N/A

Registration

To register for the workshop please click the "Request Training" button on the right-hand side under the Other Links section.
Contact Todd Rappe via email at rapp0006@umn.edu or phone at (612)625-9147 with questions.

Practical NMR Workshop

Workshop Format

Lecture: Morning
Lab: Afternoon

Day 1:

General lab information, Intro to TopSpin and VnmrJ software, Basic 1D acquisition and processing.

Day 2:

1D Optimization and 2D NMR.

Day 3:

Special topics including: Biomolecules, Solid-state, Metabolomics, etc.

Advanced NMR Workshop

Advanced NMR Workshops offer advanced instruction in specific NMR applications. Our most recent advanced workshop covered protein NMR from data acquisition to structure determination. Offered over five days in a morning lecture, afternoon hands-on lab format, students gained valuable information and experience on the following topics:

 • Multi-dimensional experiment set-up
 • Interpretation of protein NMR spectra
 • Computational methods to calculate protein 3D structures
 • Measuring protein dynamics and interactions

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