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Bruker Virtual NMR Users Meeting - Live Q&A

December 6th, 14:00 CET

Bruker Virtual NMR Users Meeting - Live Q&A

Key Learning Points

  • Latest with High-Resolution NMR including updates on GHz-Class NMR, Solid-State NMR for both Materials Science and Structural Biology Research, and DNP
  • Benchtop NMR featuring our Fourier 80
  • Software Solutions for NMR Acquisition and Analysis
  • News and Updates with LabScape Services and Bruker’s online platform Connexus
  • End-to-End NMR Solutions for Structural Biology and Small Molecule Research

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Anyone interested in the latest news and updates on Bruker hardware and software for NMR solutions.

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Summary

The Bruker NMR Users Meeting is an annual gathering of our NMR community and a chance to listen, learn, and share knowledge and ideas. This year, we’re doing something a little different.

In addition to presentations and talks from Bruker experts being made available online for on-demand viewing, we are organizing a live Q&A where you can ask questions and gain further insights into Bruker solutions.

The live Q&A sessions will highlight the main topics presented in the virtual on-demand presentations before opening up the floor to you and your questions.

Register here to gain access to our virtual presentations and to receive information on the live Q&A sessions.

This year, we will also host a special session dedicated to our focused NMR solutions.
Topics include: 

  • Enterprise Software Enabling Digitalization from R&D to Manufacturing (featuring Arxspan, Optimal, & Mestrelab)
  • Bruker NMR Solutions for Pharmaceuticals, Industry, Food Analysis, and Clinical

Speakers

Dr. Rainer Kuemmerle

Vice - President at Bruker Biospin / Head of NMR Applications

Dr. Rainer Kuemmerle is a Vice President and Head of NMR Applications at Bruker BioSpin.  He studied physics at the University of Konstanz and holds a PhD in physics from Université Joseph Fourier. Rainer has been with Bruker since May of 2000.

Dr. Anna Minoja

LabScape Global Product Manager at Bruker BioSpin

Anna Minoja is LabScape Global Product Manager in Bruker BioSpin.

She holds a chemistry Ph.D. from Milano University and worked in MPI Muelheim and Durham University NMR labs. In 1995, she joined Bruker Italy as a NMR Applicationist and later became Customer support Manager. In 2016, she moved into Product Management to develop post installation products as part of the Bruker Biospin customers solutions.

Pavel Kessler, Ph.D

Senior Staff Scientist, Bruker MRS Application Development

Pavel Kessler studied solid state physics at Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Brno, Czechoslovakia.

In 1986, he joined the group of Dr. Vladimir Sklenar at the Institute of Scientific Instrumentation in Brno, where he worked on his dissertation "Strongly Coupled Systems in NMR". Pavel joined Bruker in 1991 and contributed to the development of several software packages, focusing on scientific software such as structure elucidation and simulation.

In his current position, Pavel is the product manager responsible for TopSpin and CMC-se.

Daniel Mathieu, PhD
Application Scientist
Bruker BioSpin

Daniel started studying Chemistry at the Goethe University in Frankfurt in 2001.

In 2007 he got his diploma in Chemistry with the Thesis titled “Development of new techniques to measure residual dipolar coupling in natural products”. He then joined the group of Professor Harald Schwalbe at the University of Frankfurt for his PhD thesis about“Methods to determine the conformation of Peptides and Nucleic Acids using scalar and residual dipolar couplings” which he finished in 2011.

Since 2011 he’s an application scientist at Bruker BioSpin in Germany, focusing on Biomolecular NMR.

Dr. Sebastian Wegner

Product Manager Solid-State NMR, Bruker Biospin - Germany

studied physics at the University of Münster and did his PhD in physical chemistry using solid-state NMR to characterize amorphous glass systems in melt and at room temperature. At Bruker he is the Product Manager for solid-state NMR.

Jim Kempf, Ph.D.

DNP & Hyperpolarizeation Product Development Manager

Jim Kempf started work in hyperpolarized NMR during his Ph.D. studies (1994-2000) at Caltech on optically pumped and detected NMR. In 2001, he completed a postdoc at Cornell on force-detected NMR, then in 2004 at Yale on solution-state biomolecular dynamics by NMR. In 2005, Jim joined the Chemistry faculty of at Rensselaer (RPI), leading a research programs in both biomolecular dynamics and novel solids-state NMR methods. In 2012, he moved to Bruker to return his focus to ultrasensitive NMR methods. In 2016, he became Hyperpolarization Product Manager, focused on dissolution DNP and parahydrogen methods, and in 2021 moved into his current position with enhanced focus on solid-state DNP.

Dr. Barbara Perrone

Application Scientist, Product Manager of CPMAS CryoProbes and HRMAS Probes

Dr. Barbara Perrone recieved her PhD in Physical Chemistry (Solid State NMR) from the University of Strasbourg. Following, she completed a Post-Doc in Solution and Solid State NMR in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Padova. She joined Bruker in 2004 as an Application Scientist, where she is now the Product Manager of CPMAS CryoProbes and HRMAS Probes.

Dr. Venita Decker

Product Manager FT-NMR benchtop solutions, BBIO, Bruker BioSpin, Rheinstetten, Germany

Dr. Venita Decker studied Neuroscience, but did her dissertation in the field of solid-state NMR (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen). In 2012, she joined the Bruker solid-state NMR application. As a NMR-late entrant she since then actively supported Bruker solutions that simplify the complexity of NMR (TopSolids, the minispec FormCheck). Since 2018, she is the Product Manager for FT-NMR benchtop solutions, bringing her mission to the next level.