Symposium Program

The List of Posters for YBMRS 2017 is available here.

Monday, 4th December

09:30Registration, coffee and poster setup
Educational Session: chair U. Himmelreich
11:00Vincent Ching (University of Antwerp)
Solving problems in chemistry and biology using EPR
12:00Wim Vermeulen and Michail Lukaschek (Janssen Pharmaceutica)
Quantitative NMR in liquids and solids: general aspects and examples within a pharmaceutical setting
Plenary Session 1: chair C. Damblon
14:20Alex Volkov (VUB)
In Memoriam Nico Van Nuland
14:35Niels Geudens (UGent)
Form and Function: Structural Variations of Natural Cyclic Lipodepsipeptides
14:55Emilie Halin (UMons)
Probing the secondary structure of peptoid foldamers by combining Mass Spectrometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Circular Dichroism and computational chemistry
15:15Marius Wanko (ULg)
Fully automated protein structure determination driven by NMR data: challenges and perspectives
15:35Flash presentation 1 (1:30 min each) of posters with odd number
16:00Poster session 1 (odd numbers) - Coffee break
Plenary Session 2: chair C. Henoumont
17:30Pieter Magusin (University of Cambridge, UK)
Ex situ and in situ NMR of battery materials
18:30PI meeting
19:00Reception and Free Time for Discussion
20:00Dinner and YBMRS party

Tuesday, 5th December

Plenary Session 3: chair D. Sinnaeve
09:00Shweta Saini (KULeuven)
19F MRI dynamic assessment of immune cell infiltration in vivo using models of pulmonary Aspergillus infection
09:20Wouter Van Gompel (UHasselt)
The use of NMR for the study of mixed-cation hybrid perovskites
09:40Gaël De Leener (ULB)
Synthesis and study of new biomimetic calix[6]tren based complexes
10:00Flash presentation 2 (1:30 min each) of posters with even number
10:25Poster session 2 (even numbers) - Coffee break
Plenary Session 4: chair C. Aprile
12:00Aleksandr Momot (UHasselt)
A novel explanation for the increased conductivity in annealed Al-doped ZnO: an insight into migration of aluminum and displacement of zinc
12:20Emile Ottoy (UGent)
Ab initio and NMR conformational analysis of β- and γ-fluorinated prolines
12:40Zainab Hafideddine (UAntwerpen)
Globins in biosensing and biocatalysis applications: an electron paramagnetic resonance study
Plenary Session 5: chair B. Gallez
14:30Martina Huber (Leiden University, the Netherlands)
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Approaches to intrinsically Disordered Proteins
15:30Pierre Danhier (UCL)
Acriflavine directly blocks mitochondrial electron transport chain in tumor cells, inducing a glycolytic switch that justifies combination with 2-deoxyglucose
15:50Dimitrios Sakellariou (KULeuven)
Miniaturization approaches for modern high and low field NMR applications
16:30Coffee break
16:45Awards / Closure