Intensive 6 Days National Workshop on NMR/MRI at Mysore University

Schedule: During 15th to 20th November, 2015

Number of Candidates to be selected: Fifteen (15) total from all over India, with not more than ten from out station.

Deadline of Application: Before August 31st, 2015

Venue: University of Mysore, Karnataka Link

Sponsorship: The event has been sponsored by Department of Science and Technology (DST), India Link

Intended delegates: Research scholars,  Postdoctoral researchers, Research Associates, and technical staff in Research & Development laboratories (chemical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, clinical), University academics,  Biochemical, Biotechnology and Healthcare professionals, IT professionals.

Objective of the workshop:

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a powerful, continually evolving analytical technique with wide applications in chemical, biological, pharmaceutical and medical sciences. Over the last two decades, the technique has made rapid strides  both in theory and in applications, and has flourished dramatically both in technology and methodlogical fronts. Therefore, there is a growing need in the nation for skilled personnel trained in NMR/MRI, especially in spectral interpretation, in academia and industry. In continuation of our earlier efforts, the CBMR, Lucknow has decided to continue creating the awareness in the area of principles and interdisciplinary applications of NMR/MRI among young researchers working at various academic and teaching institutions of higher learning and research in the country. This intensive workshop will give the participants a valuable opportunity to gain knowledge and practical experience in NMR/MRI data processing, spectral analysis and interpretation in different areas of its application.  The workshop will be conducted at University of Mysore, Karnataka, and the principal speakers will be invited from major institutions working in the field from all over the country. The course will consist of about four lectures per day in addition to practical sessions and tutorials. The workshop will be restricted to a maximum of fifteen participants with not more than ten from out station.

The participants will be provided workshop material and free boarding and lodging at the University guest houses or student hostels.   

The previous workshop held successfully at GNDU, Amritsar as appeared in Amritsar Tribune


 Group Photo during workshop at BBAU, Lucknow