SwedNMR invites to the Swedish NMR meeting 2022 in Gothenburg!


The Swedish NMR Meeting 2022 is held in Gothenburg between Oct 4 and 6, hosted by the Swedish NMR Centre and the VR-funded SwedNMR network.



-------   Tuesday October 4   ------
11.30 – 12:00    registration, poster mounting
12.00 –13.00    Lunch served at Lyktan
13.00 –13.10    Opening & Welcome Göran Karlsson

13.15 – 14.00    New Developments in Small Molecule NMR: From Fast-Pulsing 2D Experiments to Flexibility Determination Using Partially Aligned Samples, Burkhard Luy, Karslruhe Institute of Technology

Session 1. Small molecules (Chair: Mattias Hedenström)
14.00 – 14.30    Expanding the Boundaries of Characterising Weak Interactions in Dilute SolutionsMáté Erdélyi, Uppsala University

14.30 – 15.00    Coffee

15.00 – 16.00    Selected presentations 3 x 20 minutes

Substrate binding and protonation states at the active-site of a nickel superoxide dismutase-derived metallopeptide: implications for the mechanism of superoxide degradation, Daniel Tietze, University of Gothenburg

In-Cell Quantification of Drugs by MAS DNP NMR, Staffan Schantz, AstraZeneca and the University of Gothenburg

Characterization of a new rotenoid from the leaves of Millettia oblata ssp. teitensis, Ivan Kiganda, University of Nairobi and Uppsala University

16.00– 16.30    Isotopically labelled carbohydrates for NMR studies of protein-carbohydrate interactionsGustav Nestor, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
16.30 – 18.00    Bruker user meeting (I)
    WelcomeDick Sandström
Magnet and Probe UpdatesAndrew Gibbs
Developments in Metabolomics NMRClaire Cannet
News and Updates on Recent Bio-NMR Experiments and TopSpin      FeaturesMaksim Mayzel
18.00 - 20.30     Informal mixer & Poster-session

    -------   Wednesday 5 October ------
08.30 – 09.15    Expanding the molecular basis for sugar recognition in the malarial sugar transporterDavid Drew, Stockholms Universitet

Session 2. BioNMR (I) (Chair: Vladislav Orekhov)
09.15 – 10.15    Selected presentations 3 x 20 minutes

Structural basis of substrate recognition and allosteric activation of the pro-apoptotic mitochondrial HtrA2 protease, Emelie Aspholm, University of Gothenburg

Unravelling Bcl-2 proteins´ functioning at mitochondrial membrane level, Gerhard Gröbner, Umeå University

The MYC oncoprotein directly interacts with its chromatin cofactor PNUTS to recruit PP1 phosphatase, Alexandra Ahlner, Linköping University

10.15 –  10.45    Coffee

10.45 – 11.15    The tale of loop-mutations: How a natural variant of the SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein enables detailed studies of the full-length protein by solution NMR spectroscopyIrena Burmann, University of Gothenburg
11.15 – 12.15    Selected presentations 3 x 20 minuter

Novel NMR Assignment strategy for large proteins with IDPs, Peter Agback, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

In-situ characterization of the bacterial outer membrane protein AJohannes Thoma, University of Gothenburg

HR MAS NMR-based metabolomics – prostate cancer as case, Ilona Dudka, Umeå University

12.30 – 13.30    Lunch served at Lyktan

Session 3. BioNMR (II) (Chair: Göran Karlsson)
13.30 – 14.00    Through hardship to the multidimensional NMR and back againVladislav Orekhov, Göteborgs Universitet
14.00 – 15.00    Selected presentations 3 x 20 minuter

SUN: Band-Selective Suppression of Unwanted Signals in Complex Mixtures, Elin Alexandersson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Metabolomics as a readout of the genotype, Anders Malmendal, Roskilde University

Water transport in paper-based packaging materials and other examples of MRI and NMR in
chemical engineering
, Diana Bernin, Chalmers University of Technology

15.00 – 16.30    Coffee, poster-session and/or visit to the Swedish NMR Centre

16.30 – 17.00    Automated metabolite quantitation by 1H-NMR, Hanna Eriksson Röhnisch, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
17.00 – 18.00    Bruker user meeting (II)
    Game Changing Sensitivity Enhancement with the CPMAS CryoProbe, Alia Hassan
    Benchtop NMR Updates,  Jens Christian Madsen
    Service News, Nils Nyberg

18.30 – 21.00    Conference dinner at restaurant Lyktan

    -------   Thursday 6 October ------
08.30 – 09.15    How NMR spectroscopy can help close the phosphate cycleUlla Gro Nielsen, University of Southern Denmark
09.15 – 10.15    Selected presentations 3 x 20 minuter 

Studying modified cellulose materials using DNP-NMR spectroscopy, Hampus Karlsson, Chalmers University of Technology

The right answer for the right reason: towards reliable predictions of paramagnetic NMR shifts, Aleksander Jaworski, Stockholm University

Hydrogen bonding in bulk and nanoconfined ionic liquid crystals, Sergei Dvinskikh, Royal Institute of Technology

10.15 – 10.45    Coffee

Session 4. Materials NMR (Chair: TBA)
10.45 – 11.15    The fate of Li ions in the carbon electrodes of Li-ion batteriesIstván Furó, Royal Institute of Technology 
11.15 – 12.15    Selected presentations 3 x 20 minuter

A first peek at the Nordic Algae Cell Wall Structure, Tobias Sparrman, Umeå University

Multi-scale structural investigations of protein materials, Christofer Lendel, Royal Institute of Technology

MAS DNP NMR for Pharmaceutical Formulation Characterization, Arthur C. Pinon, University of Gothenburg

12.30 – 13.30    Lunch served at Lyktan

13.30 – 14.15    Solid-State NMR of Pharmaceuticals and Plant Cell WallsSteven Brown, Warwick University

14.15 – 14.30    Closing remarks

Scientific committee: SwedNMR module groups & Mattias Hedenström, Sergei Dvinskikh, Vladislav Orekhov, Göran Karlsson.  
Local committee: C. Persson, A. Pedersen, U. Brath,D. Malmodin, A. Pinon, Z. Takacs,  Göran Karlsson,  Swedish NMR Centre



Registration is now open through the form linked to above.

September 16 
Registration for Poster Abstracts considered for oral presentation
September 28
Registration for regular attendance

Registration fee and payment information
Students & postdocs 1000 kr (1250 kr incl VAT)
Academic 1500 kr (1875 kr incl VAT)
Regular 2000 kr (2500 kr incl VAT)

Registration fee includes lunches and coffee October 4-6 and dinner on October 5

Payment option 1.

A bill will be sent to your institution. VAT will be added to the bill.
Provide billing details: Name, address, buyer ID etc in the registration form.

Payment option 2.

Your institution transfers money to the University of Gothenburg. Add 25 % VAT (moms) to the conference fee amount. The payment should be done before the beginning of the conference.

In the payment please specify:
Swedish NMR Meeting 4-6 Oct 2022
Names of all participants covered by the payment with specific amount for each person.

Domestic payments to:

Danske bank, Bankgiro: 5051-8646

Payments from outside Sweden to:

Danske bank, Norrmalmstorg 1, SE 106 40 Stockholm
Account: 1281 01 07130

IBAN-account: SE8912000000012810107130

ACCOUNT HOLDER: Göteborgs universitet