In this interview, data scientist Federico Paruzzo discusses how Bruker has used deep learning to develop the new command, and how it compares to other approaches available. Federico will also introduce the Sigreg, the first machine-learning—based automatic signal region detection for 1H NMR spectra which is the latest edition of Bruker’s TopSpin software.
All of the posters presented at ENC in Baltimore this year are now available for download. You can also download our Saturday pre-ENC workshop presentations.
For most NMR applications, higher external magnetic field strengths are preferred for better dispersion and sensitivity, but are usually outside the budgets of educational labs. The good news is the Fourier 80 can do the job with a little help from auxiliary agents and Bruker’s step-by-step protocols. Performing this experiment, students will learn in detail about chemical agents that can be used to manipulate the behavior of NMR-active nuclei and how and when to make use of those effects.
Listen to this video interview of Sabrina Weickert, Phd. Student at the University of Konstanz doing biological research. She will explain why she is happy to do her research with the use of the EMXnano.
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Advanced 2d and 3d processing, tips tricks and unknown features
Speaker: Clemens Anklin
Date/Time: Friday, May 29, 15:00 – 16:00 EDT
This course will introduce the audience to advanced processing options in TopSpin for 2 and higher dimensional datasets. Many of the processing commands have unknown but useful options.
Information Resources a Mouse Click Away in TopSpin
Speaker: Donna Baldisseri
Date/Time: Monday June 1, 15:00 – 16:00 EDT
In this webinar we will visit these resources in the software to examine the information they contain. These will include information files, the NMR Guide and, on-line Help manuals.