Journal of Magnetic Resonance-ISMAR Young Scientist Awards

The "Journal of Magnetic Resonance-ISMAR Young Scientist Awards" consist each of: a US$500 (Five Hundred US Dollars) check, a one year electronic subscription to the Journal of Magnetic Resonance, and a Certificate, provided by the Publisher mentioning the name of the meeting. The awards are given to graduate students or post-doctoral fellows whose unsolicited submissions for an oral presentation have been selected based on excellence by a committee consisting of the ISMAR scientific program committee and approved by one of the JMR editors.

Before the oral presentation, the awardees will be announced as winners of the "Journal of Magnetic Resonance-ISMAR Young Scientist Awards" by the session chair or an editor of JMR (if present). The awardees are invited and encouraged by JMR and ISMAR to submit their work to JMR (any article type). These submissions will undergo the regular editorial process including peer review.


Robert L. Blum
Department of Physics, Yale University, USA
Work presented: Exploring the sparse-sampling limit of the iterated maps approach to reconstructing a single peak in a 2D NMR experiment

Gil Farkash
Chemical Physics Department, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Work presented: Accurate slice selection near metal by utilizing frequency-swept and offset-corrected pulses

Dominik J. Kubicki
Laboratory of Magnetic Resonance, Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Work presented: A link between photovoltaic performance, phase composition and cation dynamics in mixed double A-cation lead halide perovskites unveiled by solid state NMR

Stephan Pribitzer
ETH Zürich, Lab. Phys. Chem., Switzerland
Work presented: TRIER - A new experiment to correlated dipolar frequencies in molecules with three paramagnetic centers

Daniel Stöppler
Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP), Germany
Work presented: Dynamic nuclear polarization provides new Insights into chromophore structure in phytochrome photoreceptors

Yunyi Wang
Chemistry Department, Texas A&M University, USA
Work presented: Structural constraints in protein-ligand interaction by polarization transfer from hyperpolarized ligand

Yves Tessier, Tassima
Soir d'été à place D'Youville / Nightlife at Place D'Youville