Workshop on NMR-MS Theory, Instrumentation and Application in Chemical/Biological Research

Workshop on NMR-MS Theory, Instrumentation and Application in Chemical/Biological Research on October 27-29 @  SRIBS, Pampady, Kottayam

 

NMR has become one of the powerful tools in chemistry and biology.  With the development of powerful magnet and computer, NMR is routinely used by chemists as well as biologist to solve the structure of molecules.  Mass spectrophotometer is also an important analytical tool in biology and chemical research.  The recent development in MS helps one to determine the structure of polymers and biopolymers with high resolution. MS coupled with chromatography is now an indispensible part of proteomics, metabolomics and Genomics studies and is used in the analysis of extremely complex mixtures.  The workshop addresses the theory, instrumentation and application of NMR and MS starting from the fundamentals to advanced levels and provides valuable experience.  The program is intended to young faculty members of colleges/ university departments and research scholars in chemistry/biology who use NMR and MS in their research. 

Who can apply: MSc Chemistry/Biology students, Researchers who make use of these techniques in their research, and College Teachers

Total Seats : 60

Accommodation: Free dormitory facility will be provided for limited number of out-station participants.

SPEAKERS
1. Prof. S. Sugunann CUSAT, Kochi
2. Prof. S. Sundarlal, AmrithaViswaVidyapeetham
3. Prof S Muthusubramanian, CSIR Emeritus Scientist, Department of Organic Chemistry, Madurai Kamaraj University
4. Dr C Baby, IIT-Madras, Chennai.
5. Prof. I I N Namboothiri, IIT- Mumbai, Mumbai
6. Prof. S. Prathapan, CUSAT, Kochi
 

How to Apply:

There will be no registration fee.Applications with a very  brief CV and a statement to justify the participation in conformity with the objectives may be filed on-line by filling the Online Application Below. 

 

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