The advanced version of the course is aimed at users with previous experience of Bruker spectrometers, and will quickly review the topics from the standard course, then move on to implementation of more specialised methods – again the emphasis is on ‘how to’ rather than NMR theory. It is expected that attendees are already comfortable running standard experiments on Bruker NMR spectrometers.
The final program will be determined by the requirements of the attendees (please specify any topics of personal interest) but would be expected to cover:
The number of places on each course is restricted, so you are advised to return your completed registration form as early as possible. Places will be allocated in the order their registration is received. Should you require a second participant to be registered, please bear in mind that this will be subject to availability of course places, and may only be finalized 2 weeks before the course start date.
July 13th-17th, 2020
£1,750 plus VAT
This includes a buffet lunch each day, a course dinner on Thursday evening and a comprehensive training manual. Delegates' travel and subsistence are excluded.
Bruker UK Limited