The 27th International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems

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Satellite Workshop on August 21

General Information

Subject

Satellite workshop on “Current Status and Perspective of Super-High Field NMRs Operated beyond GHz”

[This Workshop is a part of the RIKEN Symposium Series.]

Program and Abstracts

http://www.ynmr.riken.jp/assets/files/external/ICMRBS2016_Satellite_WS.pdf

Objective of the workshop

  • (i) To overview current status and perspective of the super high field NMR spectrometers operated beyond GHz using high temperature superconducting (HTS) magnets.
  • (ii) To establish novel methodology and application of bimolecular NMR spectroscopy under super-high magnetic fields.

Date

August 21 (Sun), 2016 9:00-15:10

Location Map

Masukawa Hall, 1st floor, North Comprehensive Education and Research Bldg, North Campus, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/about/profile/facilities/staff/north/north.html

Organizers

Hideaki Maeda (RIKEN), Yusuke Nishiyama (JEOL RESONANCE/RIKEN), and Tatyana Polenova (University of Delaware)

Sponsors

RIKEN, JEOL and JEOL RESONANCE

Cosponsors

Applied Superconductivity Research Group of the Cryogenics and Superconductivity Society of Japan and the NMR Platform of Japan

Registration

Pre-registration is not required.

Please register yourself at the on-site registration desk located in front of the Masukawa Hall, Kyoto University.

Participation fee

Free

Agenda

August 21, 2016

9:00- 9:10
Opening remarks; Hideaki Maeda (RIKEN)

Chairperson: Hideaki Maeda (RIKEN)

9:10-9:40
Ultrahigh magnetic fields and fast magic angle spinning for structure and dynamics of protein assemblies; Tatyana Polenova (University of Delaware)

Super-high field NMR magnets operated beyond 1 GHz

9:40-10:10
Super-high field NMR with a high temperature superconducting (HTS) magnet; Yoshinori Yanagisawa (RIKEN)
10:10-10:25
NMR spectra achieved by the 1020 MHz NMR; Yusuke Nishiyama
(JEOL RESONANCE/RIKEN)
10:25-10:55
Development of high field HTS magnet at MIT; Yukikazu Iwasa (MIT)
10:55-11:35
Ultra high field NMR at Bruker;
Ultra-high field NMR magnets at Bruker; Gerhard Roth (Bruker),
Probes for ultra-high field NMR at Bruker; Rainer Kuemmerle (Bruker)
11:35-12:30
Lunch (to be served)

Chairperson: Yusuke Nishiyama (JEOL RESONANCE/RIKEN)

Methodology and application of NMR spectroscopy under super-high magnetic fields

12:30-13:00
Ultrahigh field solution NMR; Lucia Banci (CERM)
13:00-13:30
Solution NMR studies of intrinsically disordered proteins at
ultrahigh fields; Peter E. Wright (The Scripps Research Institute)
13:30-14:00
Prospects for ultra-high field NMR science at 1.5 GHz; Tim Cross (NHMFL)
14:00-14:30
Ultra-high field NMR; Membrane protein and non-coding RNA; Toshio Yamazaki (RIKEN)
14:30-15:00
Ultra-high field NMR: shining light on the dark sites of heterogeneous catalysts and advanced materials; Olivier Lafon (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille Cité Scientifique)
15:00-15:10
Concluding remarks; Kiyonori Takegoshi (Kyoto University)
15:20
Bus to the Kyoto International Conference Center (ICMRBS2016)

Contact address

Hideaki Maeda;
NMR Facility, RIKEN, 1-7-22, Suehiro-cho, Tsurumi, Yokohama, Japan;
Tel +81-45-503-9267; Fax +81-45-503-9641;
maeda@jota.gsc.riken.jp

Satellite Workshop on August 24

General Information

Subject

Satellite workshop on “Next generation computational methods for NMR structure determination”

Objective of the workshop

Computational methods can greatly reduce the extent of experimental data required to solve NMR structures, thus reducing cost, machine and human time spent. Organized as a series of sessions on selected topics, this workshop aims to provide an overview of the general principles as well as practical examples, such that non-experts user can apply the methods in real life cases. The workshop will also feature two specialized sessions on RNA modeling and non-uniform sampling tools.

Date

August 24 (Wed), 2016 13:00-18:30

Location

ICC Kyoto, room D

Participation fee

Free

Titles and speakers

  • "Blind tests of RNA structure modeling with sparse or no data" Rhiju Das (Stanford University, USA)
  • "Using Non-Uniformly Sampled (NUS) Data in NMRPipe" Frank Delaglio (Ntl. Institute of Standards and Technology, USA)
  • "Automated Assignment of NMR Spectra with FLYA" Peter Güntert (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)
  • "NMR structure determination for the people: keys and challenges to overcome data complexity in large biomolecular systems" Torsten Herrmann (Université de Lyon, France)
  • "NMR structure determination using CS-Rosetta" Nikolaos Sgourakis (UC, Santa Cruz, USA)
  • "Xplor-NIH, A Tour" Charles Schwieters (Ntl. Institutes of Health, USA)
  • "Treatment of ambiguous interactions in liquid and solid state NMR" Michael Nilges (Institut Pasteur, France)

Contact information

Nikolaos Sgourakis; nsgourak@ucsc.edu
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UC Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz CA, USA;