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2012-13 iMR CDT Seminar Presentations

Tuesday 28th May 2013

Accurate orientation PELDOR measurements for biological structure, Johannes McKay, University of Warwick.

cw Electrically Detected Magnetic Resonance on Amorphous Silicon, Stephen Hogg, University of Warwick.

Wednesday 29th May 2013

Ortho-Para Conversion in H2O@C60, James Ross, University of Nottingham.

 Thursday 30th May 2013

Ortho-Para Conversion in H2O@C60, Kelvin Goh, University of Southampton.

 Tuesday 11th June 2013

Complimentary GIPAW DFT computational and solid state NMR approaches to studying disordered apatite systems, Stephen Day, University of St Andrews.

Electrochemical Electron Paramagnetic Resonance utilizing micro-electrodes and loop gap resonators, Mika Tamski, University of St Andrews.

Quantifying NV-, Matthew Dale, University of St Andrews.

Thu 30 May 2013, 16:47

iMR CDT Kick - Off Workshop

Registration is now open for the iMR CDT Kick - Off Workshop 2012 which will be held at the University of Warwick, from 3 December to 7 December 2012. To reserve a place on the workshop please complete the online form here. The registration deadline is 16 November 2012.

Mon 05 Nov 2012, 18:04

Joint EPSRC and POST Postgraduate Initiative 2013

Calls for applicants for a three month secondment opportunity to the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) open to EPSRC funded PhD students.

All EPSRC funded postgraduate students registered for a PhD or EngD (except first year students) who will still be studying in March 2013, are eligible.

Further information on the scheme can be found on the link below:

Thu 20 Sep 2012, 12:42

The 6th Advanced EPR School of EFEPR

The 6th EFEPR summer school on Advanced EPR Spectroscopy will take place at The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, 12th -18th January 2013.

The advanced EPR school is an initiative of the European Federation of EPR groups (EFEPR) to ensure the continuation of the successful development of EPR techniques and their applications. The school is open to all PhD students and post-docs with some basic background in magnetic resonance.

Mon 28 May 2012, 16:45

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