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GIDRM Featured News

The Promises and Dark Sides of Artificial Intelligence in NMR, MRI and Neurosciences

The primary goal of this workshop is to bring together the diverse but overlapping communities of physicists, chemists, computer scientists, biologists, clinicians and neuroscientists to explore novel, out-of-the box angles through which trans-disciplinary challenges in NMR, MRI and neuroscience research and technology can be tackled using Artificial Intelligence. This will include proposing a vision of the most promising directions and short/mid-term future scientific, technological, ethical and regulatory synergies.

Registration deadline: Feb 14, 2021.

CERM/CIRMMP Infrastructure: ZOOMing on services for large and small companies

Il giorno 16 Dicembre 2020, dalle ore 15:00 alle 17:00, si terrà l'evento on-line "CERM/CIRMMP Infrastructure: ZOOMing on services for large and small companies".

L'evento ha lo scopo di promuovere i servizi che CERM/CIRMMP offre alle aziende e incontrare virtualmente i suoi ricercatori, ma anche essere un'occasione per ricordare le molteplici opportunità che le infrastrutture di ricerca, siano queste nazionali o europee, offrono alle aziende.

Potete trovare ulteriori informazioni e il programma seguendo questo link

La partecipazione all'evento e' gratuita ma e' richiesta la registrazione

GIDRM Workshop - Metamaterials and Metasurfaces in Magnetic Resonance: From Theory to Applications

Date: 30th November 2020

Location: University of Pisa - Department of Information Engineering

A metamaterial (MM) is a material engineered to have a property that is not found in naturally occurring materials. MMs elements are fashioned from composite materials such as metals and dielectrics. The constitutive materials are usually arranged in repeating patterns, at scales that are smaller than the wavelengths of the phenomena they influence.
The primary goal of this GIDRM workshop on MMs in Magnetic Resonance is to bring together the communities of chemists, physicists, engineers, computer scientists, biologists, physicians to explore this rapidly expanding field. The workshop will provide a theoretical introduction to MMs. A review of experimental methods suitable to assemble and test MMs based on bulk or surface structures will be provided. It will also be considered how to analyse the dependence of MMs properties on the operating frequency (magnetic field). The numerical electromagnetic tools suitable for MMs modelling will be reviewed. Given the expanding field of MMs use in Magnetic Resonance, we will present and discuss several practical examples related to improved or potential NMR and MRI features.

The NMR Signal Enhancement group at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen is looking for PhD/PostDoc candidates

The NMR Signal Enhancement group at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen is looking for motivated PhD/PostDoc candidates to join our team.

We currently have openings in the following fields:

  • hyperpolarization methods (preclinical imaging)
  • singlet state NMR and MRI
  • in-cell NMR


The group has exclusive access to

  • a 7T SB magnet with spectroscopy/microimaging/hyperpolarization capabilities,
  • a 7T WB (preclinical) MRI system,
  • custom built low-field instrumentations


and shared access to an extensive range of liquid state instruments, ranging from 9.4T to 28T, as well to solid state instruments.

 A detailed descriptions of the posts, together with deadlines and contacts, can be found at the following links:

Assemblea Ordinaria dei Soci GIDRM

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L'Assemblea ordinaria dei soci GIDRM è convocata in modalità telematica in prima convocazione il giorno giovedì 29 ottobre 2020 alle ore 22.30, ed in seconda convocazione il giorno venerdì 30 ottobre 2020 alle ore 15.30, con il seguente Ordine del Giorno:

  1. Comunicazioni
  2. Relazione sulle attività scientifiche del 2020
  3. Relazione consuntiva annuale del presidente
  4. Relazione finanziaria anno 2020 e bilancio consuntivo 2019
  5. Ratifica iscrizione nuovi soci
  6. Proposte relative all’attività scientifica 2021 e all'organizzazione di prossimi congressi e GIDRM days
  7. Varie ed eventuali


Si ricorda che, secondo l’art. 11 dello statuto GIDRM, "l'Assemblea dei soci … è composta da tutti i soci in regola con il pagamento delle quote associative”, quindi per poter partecipare è necessario aver pagato la quota associativa 2020.

L’assemblea sarà preceduta, venerdì 30 ottobre 2020 alle ore 15.00, dal seminario del vincitore della 5. edizione dell'under 35 GIDRM awards (2020), ENRICO LUCHINAT, che ovviamente si terrà con la stessa modalità telematica dell’assemblea.
Per partecipare agli eventi sopra elencati e’ necessario compilare, entro e non oltre il 20 Ottobre 2020 26 Ottobre 2020, il modulo di partecipazione che trovate a questo link.

Biophysical Society Virtual Networking Event

September 25th, 2020

"Magnetic Resonances Meet the Future of Biophysics"

Magnetic Resonances are highly developed, non-invasive techniques that can be used to study soft and hard matter at the atomic and molecular scale. Therefore, MR plays a central role in modern biophysics. With this event, we aim at advertising MR to the audience of biophysicists, giving clear-cut examples of what MR can do on its own and in integration with other biophysical techniques, and demonstrating that it can be easily approached and handy!

For more information and registration, please visit this link

Under 35 GIDRM Award - 2020

L’Under 35 GIDRM Award, giunto alla sua 5. edizione, è stato assegnato per il 2020 a ENRICO LUCHINAT con la seguente motivazione:

“Enrico Luchinat ha contribuito a sviluppare nuovi metodi per osservare proteine tramite risonanza magnetica nucleare (NMR) direttamente in cellule viventi (in-cell NMR). Questa tecnica, unica nel suo genere, ha ricevuto notevole attenzione a livello internazionale, in quanto consente per la prima volta di ottenere informazioni strutturali e funzionali a livello atomico su proteine nel loro ambiente fisiologico. Tra le principali applicazioni si distingue la possibilità di monitorare via in-cell NMR eventi di folding e processi di maturazione di proteine intracellulare. Una interessante applicazione in campo biomedico riguarda l’effetto di mutazioni del gene hSOD1 sul processo di maturazione della proteina all’interno delle cellule, che mostrano correlazione con l’insorgenza di una variante familiare della Sclerosi Laterale Amiotrofica.”

Continuano i JEOL NMR webinars

  • Thursday 16th July“Main aspects and applications of FAST MAS Solid-State NMR”Dr. Federica Rossi

This webinar is intended to introduce the basic aspects of FAST MAS SSNMR and to show interesting applications of such a high spinning regime (≥ 40 kHz) to pharmaceutical systems.
Thanks to the significant enhancement in spectral resolution and sensitivity achieved by FAST MAS, “solution-like” proton-detected SSNMR experiments have become reality nowadays. Examples of such applications will be presented throughout this webinar.

Register here

  • Thursday 23rd July“Elucidating nano-crystalline structure by combining microED and solid-state NMR” - Dr. Yusuke Nishiyama

In this webinar, we will introduce a novel method to solve a crystalline structure from nano- to micro-sized crystals. Quite recently, microED is introduced to solve the structure from such a tiny single crystal. Although microED is a very powerful technique, the structure solved by microED is not perfect especially atomic resolution structures. For example, microED often mis-assign atoms with close atomic numbers (like carbon, nitrogen and oxygen) and more importantly locates hydrogen poorly. On the other hand, solid-state NMR is very sensitive technic to probe a local structure. Solid-state NMR has a very high capability to resolve nuclei, and directly monitor 1H. In this regard, information from microED and solid-state NMR provide complementary.
We will demonstrate the combined method of microED and solid-state NMR on a small amino acid and small pharmaceutical molecule whose structure has not been solved. We will also introduce a toolbox for pharmaceutical applications.

Register here

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Webinars on NMR relaxometry theory and applications

A series of webinars on NMR RELAXOMETRY THEORY AND APPLICATIONS, organized by STELAR and COST action EURELAX, will be held weekly (Thursdays at 16.00 CEST) until the end of July.
Information on the current webinar (abstract and speaker biography) and details for registration can be found at:
Webinar information at this link is renewed every Friday and information on the program of webinars to follow will also be given.

Activities 2021




2019medal-gold-1-iconMario Piccioli

NMR School

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Advanced NMR

Torino - 2020

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Vincitori Borsa "Annalaura Segre" - 2020


"Monitoring the effect of relative humidity during ageing of modern oil paints by solid state nmr spectroscopy"
Dipartimento di Chimica e Chimica Industriale, University of Pisa - con la supervisione del Prof. M. Geppi - 4 mesi a partire da 01/06/20


"Metabolic responses of Mytilus galloprovincialis infected with Vibrio splendidus, testing the feasibility of a NMR-based metabolomicsprotocol for quality control purposes"
Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche, Università degli studi di Padova - con la supervisione del Prof. S. Mammi e M. Venier


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