Speaker: Jonathan Rapp; master student at the research group led by Dr. Bernhard Gleich
Time: 21 January, 1:00 pm
Place: Munich School of BioEngineering (Lecture Hall E.126, Boltzmannstr. 11, 85748 Garching)
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is already used in many applications. Nevertheless, new theories are discovered, which again open up new possibilities. For example, the use of zero quantum coherences allows spectroscopy in inhomogeneous magnetic fields. Using this advantage, we build a device to conduct NMR experiments with simple equipment using zero quantum technology. Here we introduce the physical principles and the technical considerations for detecting such signals.
Program Winter Term 2019/20
|Jan 28 2020||13:00||Dominik Weidlich||Prof. Dimitrios Karampinos||Quantitative magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy of lipids|
|Feb 04 2020||13:00||Albert Croner||Hemmert Group||tbd|