Research Center International Workshop
Magnetic Resonance Techniques in Millimeter and Terahertz Waves and
their Applications to Bioscience"
Rokkodai 2nd campus,Kobe University
What's New ! "Final program
and abstract booklet are available (see below)"
for Advanced and Integrated Research, Kobe University
Molecular Photoscience Research Center, Kobe University
Eiji Ohmichi (Kobe Univ.) and Hitoshi Ohta (Kobe Univ.)
Susumu Okubo (Kobe Univ.)
Takahiro Sakurai (Kobe Univ.)
Hideyuki Takahashi (Kobe Univ.)
Keisuke Tominaga (Kobe Univ.)
In this Workshop, novel magnetic resonance techniques in
millimeter and terahertz waves and their applications to
bioscience will be discussed. The aim of the Workshop is to
focus on novel techniques and bioscience in magnetic resonance,
and to combine them for better understanding of spin-related
phenomena in biological systems.
Dynamic Nuclear Polarization
Mechanically Detected Magnetic Resonance
Rooms Z201&Z02, Graduate School of Science,
Rokkodai 2nd campus, Kobe University
(Building No. 82)
(Rokkodai 2nd campus)
Invited speakers (overseas)
Gunnar Jeschke (ETH Zurich,
"What can EPR
contribute to integrative structural biology?"
Valery Khramtsov (West Virginia University, USA)
EPR-based spectroscopy and imaging of local chemical
Christopher Kay (University College London, UK)
"Combining EPR distance
measurements with X-ray crystallography and molecular modeling:
a robust toolbox?"
Konstantin Ivanov (International Tomography Center, Russia)
spin hyperpolarization and level anti-crossings"
Masaki Horitani (Northwestern Universtiy, USA)
reveals how radical SAM enzymes tame highly reactive radical"
Raivo Stern (National Institute of Chemical Physics and
possibilities in solid state NMR: cryoMAS down to 10 K and
NMR in pulsed magnetic fields up to 70 T"
Invited speakers (domestic)
Hiroshi Hirata (Hokkaido Univ.)
CW-EPR-based oxygen mapping using dicarboxy-PROXYLs and
single-point imaging modality"
Toshiaki Arata (Osaka Univ.)
of distance determination using spin labeling dipolar EPR
spectroscopy to complex protein system: 3-dimensional
organization and regulatory action of troponin-tropomyosin in
muscle thin filament"
Hiroyuki Mino (Nagoya Univ.)
"Local structure of
photosystem II revealed by pulsed ELDOR"
Kazuhiro Ichikawa (Kyushu Univ.)
"Development of DNP-MRI
scanners at wide frequency range for biomedical application
-from skin to large animal-"
Toshikazu Nakamura (IMS)
and muti-frequency ESR study for material and biological
Yasuhiro Kobori (Kobe Univ.)
and electron tunneling route of photoinduced primary
charge-separated state in the photosynthetic reaction center"
Toshimichi Fujiwara (Osaka Univ.)
nuclear polarization with double 460 GHz gyrotrons for the
sensitivity enhancement of magic-angle-spinning NMR at 30 K"
Hideyuki Takahashi (Kobe Univ.)
"Development and application of force-detected THz-ESR
Masaya Toda (Tohoku Univ.)
resonance force measurement by high sensitive Si cantilever
with a magnet particle"
Kazuyuki Takeda (Kyoto Univ.)
NMR signals into light via a membrane capacitor"
make a contact to the email address shown below (E. Ohmichi)
Registration fee is free of charge.
8th Nov., 18:30~ at Restaurant "Sakura"
in Rokkodai 1st campus
Participants will move there with a guide after lab. tour. It
takes about 10 minutes' walk from the workshop venue. We ask you
to pay the banquet fee at the registration desk in advance.
Poster session will be held at Z201&Z202
during 13:00-14:00 on
Poster board size: 1500 mm height x 1200 mm
Presentators are kindly requested to finish putting up
a poster by lunch time on 9th Nov.
All oral and poster presenters are kindly
requested to submit a one-page abstract
by Oct. 21, 2016 to the
contact email address.
Program (final version, uploaded on 31st Oct.)
(pdf format, 38 KB)
Abstract booklet (uploaded on 1st Nov.)
(pdf format, 8250 KB)
Prof. Eiji Ohmichi
Graduate School of Science, Kobe University
1-1 Rokkodai-cho, Nada, Kobe 657-8501, Japan