- Solid-state NMR spectroscopy
- Magic-angle spinning (MAS)
- Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP)
- Methods development
- Applications to biomolecules, materials. and surfaces
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Februar 2024: We will host the 45th FGMR Annual Dscussion Meeting 2024 in Rostock. We are looking forward to your participation!
September 2023: Eddy has been awarded with the "Best Roundtable Award" at the HYP23 in Leipzig for his contribution "Systematic Investigation of the Serial Polarization Transfer due to Combination of Cross-Relaxation and Rotational Resonance Under MAS DNP". Congratulations!
Max' poster presentation "Molecular dynamics of proline derivatives as possible sources for site specificity by DNP" has been awarded with the poster prize at the 44th GDCh FGMR annual discussion meeting in Konstanz. We congratulate him for this well deserved success!
August 2023: The article Serial Polarization Transfer by Combination of Cross-Relaxation and Rotational Resonance for Sensitivity-Enhanced Solid-State NMR has been awarded with the front cover and the cover profile of the journal ChemPhysChem. This achievement emphasizes not only the conclusion of Eddy's excellent Bachelor thesis, but also looks rather pretty!
June 2023: Thomas's and Eddy's article Serial Polarization Transfer by Combination of Cross-Relaxation and Rotational Resonance for Sensitivity-Enhanced Solid-State NMR has just been published in ChemPhysChem! A wonderful completion of Eddy's excellent Bachelor thesis. Way to go!
March 2023: Victoria's and Thomas's article Specific Signal Enhancement on an RNA-Protein Interface by Dynamic Nuclear Polarization has made it to the cover of Chemistry - A European Journal. A great scientific achievement with a beautiful cover image!
Prof. Dr.-Ing Björn Corzilius
University of Rostock
Institute of Chemistry
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