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Default 3rd U.S.-Canada Winter School on Biomolecular Solid-State NMR

3rd U.S.-Canada Winter School on Biomolecular Solid-State NMR

January 6-11, 2013, Stowe, Vermont, U.S.

Organizers: Mei Hong (Iowa State), Chad Rienstra (UIUC), and Bob Griffin (MIT)

Dear colleagues, We invite you to encourage your students, postdocs, and associates to attend the 3rd Winter School on Biomolecular Solid-State NMR, to be held on Jan 6-11, 2013, in Stowe, Vermont. Similar to the two previous, very successful, Winter Schools
http://web.mit.edu/fbml/winterschool...chool2008.html

This pedagogical meeting, unique in North America, is aimed at students and postdocs in the field of biological solid-state NMR, as well as more senior scientists in related fields who are interested in entering this vibrant field. Our goals are to foster the scientific development of the next generation of North American biological solid-state NMR spectroscopists and to encourage information sharing and collaborations among research groups.

Topics in the 3rd Winter School include:
- Basics of solid-state NMR: orientation dependence, density operators, average Hamiltonian theory, dipolar and CSA recoupling
- Multidimensional correlation techniques: resonance assignment and structure determination
- Theory of polarization transfer and dipolar decoupling
- Pushing the sensitivity envelope: dynamic nuclear polarization
- Solid-state NMR techniques for measuring distances, torsion angles, dynamics and orientations of diamagnetic and paramagnetic systems, for both spin-1/2 and quadrupolar nuclei
- Beating the 800-pound gorilla: NMR of membrane-bound proteins
- Devil in the details: methods for protein expression, isotopic labeling, and preparation of MAS and oriented-membrane samples
- Numerical simulations and structure calculation methods
- NMR probe design

Lectures and problem-solving sessions will be held in the mornings, late afternoons, and evenings, with time for recreation in the early afternoon.

Speakers: The following people have accepted to give lectures
Tim Cross (Florida State)
Matthias Ernst (ETH)
Phil Grandinetti (Ohio State)
Bob Griffin (MIT)
Mei Hong (Iowa State)
Yoshitaka Ishii (U Illinois Chicago)
Chris Jaroniec (Ohio State)
Ann McDermott (Columbia)
Stanley Opella (UCSD)
Chad Rienstra (UIUC)
Klaus Schmidt-Rohr (Iowa State)
Robert Tycko (NIH)

Venue and transportation: The meeting will be held at the Inn at the Mountain in Stowe http://www.stowe.com/plan/groups/sto...-the-mountain/
Stowe is easily accessible from airports in Burlington, VT, Manchester, NH, and Boston, MA.

Cost: Room and board will be free for attendees. The registration fee is $325 for academic attendees and $600 for industrial attendees. We anticipate space for about 75-80 people.

Application: Interested students and postdocs should send the following application material as PDF attachments to [mhong "at" iastate.edu]
1. CV and publication list (for the purpose of room assignment, please indicate your gender in the CV)
2. A one-page description of the current research
3. A one-page letter of recommendation from the current research advisor. (In the case of a senior scientist, a brief explanation of your motivations can substitute for a letter of recommendation.)

The deadline for the application is Friday, Oct 26. Given the space limitation and the previous strong interest in this meeting, applications received after the above date may not be accommodated.

Please distribute this announcement to members of your research group as well as to other colleagues who may be interested in attending or sending their group members.

We look forward to welcoming you in Stowe next January,

Mei, Chad, and Bob
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Mei Hong, Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry, Gilman
1605 Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
Tel: 515-294-3521, Fax: 515-294-0105
Web site: http://www.public.iastate.edu/~hongweb/



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