Speakers and Programme

Speakers

  • Elena Bagryanskaya (Novosibirsk): Light-induced excited spin state trapping in breathing crystals studied by W-band time-resolved EPR
  • Samita Basu (Kolkatta): Importance of structure of reactants and medium on spin chemistry probed by magnetic field effect
  • Gerrit Bauer (Delft): Onsager reciprocity and magnetic nanoengines
  • Sergei Dzuba (Novosibirsk): Photoexcited fullerenes probing the nanoscale structure and dynamics in molecular glasses and polymers
  • Art van der Est (St. Catharines): Using light-induced spin polarization to study electron transfer in natural and artificial photosysthesis
  • Damien Faivre (Potsdam): Magnetotactic bacteria: a hierarchical structuring dedicated to magnetotaxis
  • Claudia Felser (Mainz): Heusler compounds for thermoelectric and spincaloric applications
  • Mikhael Fonin (Konstanz): Single molecule magnets on surfaces: recent advances and future perspectives
  • Malcolm Forbes (Chapel Hill): Fun facts about triplet states: photochemistry and reactive intermediates in organic nanocrystals
  • Paul Galland (Marburg): Effects of weak static magnetic fields on the gene expression and pigment synthesis of Arabidopsis thaliana
  • Jun Hirayama (Tokyo): Light-dependent regulation of zebrafish circadian transcription
  • Peter Hore (Oxford): Magnetic field effects in proteins implicated in avian magnetoreception
  • Anabella Ivancich (Gif-sur-Yvette): The role of protein-based radicals (Trp and Tyr) in heme enzyme catalysis revealed by multifrequency (9-285 GHz) EPR spectroscopy
  • Konstantin L. Ivanov (Novosibirsk): Consistent treatment of spin-selective recombination of radical pair confirms the Haberkorn approach
  • Geertje Janssen (Leiden): Photo-CIDNP experiments on 15N- and 13C-labelled plant photosystems 
  • Gunnar Jeschke (ETH Zürich): Solid-state low-field photo-CIDNP theory
  • Walter Köckenberger (Nottingham): Theory and practical implemantation of dissolution DNP
  • Igor V. Koptyug (Novosibirsk): Parahydrogen-induced polarization in heterogeneous catalytic hydrogenations
  • Hisao Murai (Shizuoka): Time-resolved EPR study on the triplet state of a complex formed by fac-tris(2-phenylpyridine)iridium and tetracene
  • John B. Phillips (Virginina): The radical pair mechanism and it's role in sensing the geomagnetic field
  • Anatolii Shushin (Moscow): Short range interactions of paramagnetic particles and their manifestation in magnetic field effects
  • Mike Wasielewski (Evanston): Dynamics of photogenerated multi-spin systems for molecular spintronics
  • Stefan Weber (Freiburg): Origin of light-induced spin-correlated radical pairs in cryptochromes and related blue-light active proteins
  • Markus Wohlgenannt (Iowa): Magnetic field effects in organic diodes
  • Seigo Yamauchi (Sendai): Time-resolved EPR studies on the excited triplet states of metal Complexes: metal-free and Rh corrole complexes
  • Vitaly L. Berdinskiy (Orenburg): Multipin selection rules and spin conjugation in enzymatic electron transfer reactions
  • P. Janssen (Eindhoven): Tuning Spin Interactions in Organic Semiconductors
  • Alex Jones (Manchester): Radical pair dynamics are coupled to protein dynamics in coenzyme B12 photolysis
  • Daniel Kattnig (Mainz): Magnetic field effects on exciplex-forming donor-acceptor systems: new insights from time-resolved and steady-state fluorescence spectroscopy
  • Tatiana Yu. Karogodina (Novosibirsk): Kinetic magnetic field effect involving small inorganic radicals
  • Sander Kersten (Eindhoven): Magnetic field effects in organic semiconductors
  • A. A. Khripov (St. Petersburg): Rapid NMR method of determination of casein concentration in milk in unopened package
  • Aleksey Kipriyanov Jr. (Novosibirsk): Strong effect of week magnetic fields on photochemical systems
  • Yasuhiro Kobori (Shizuoka): Orientational structures and electronic couplings of photoinduced charge-separated states in proteins and organic films
  • Iannis K. Kominis (Heraklion): Towards the fundamental quantum dynamics of spin-selective radical-ion-pair reactions
  • Gerd Kothe (Freiburg): Nuclear spin polarization and spin entanglement in photoexcited triplet states
  • Tilman Kottke (Bielefeld): Solid-state photo-CIDNP effect and primary photochemistry in blue light receptors
  • Olesya Krumkacheva (Novosibirsk): TR EPR, NMR, and CIDNP investigation of supramolecular photochemistry of ketones in beta-cyclodextrin hosts 
  • Natalia V. Lebedeva (Chapel Hill): Reductive quenching of the MLCT excited state of [RuII(bpy)2(bpz)]2+ by hydroquinones: mechanistic nuances from spin chemistry
  • Nikita N. Lukzen (Novosibirsk): PHIP under adiabatic switching of strong RF-field
  • Kiminori Maeda (Oxford): Reaction dynamics of the model chemical compass and quantum measurement
  • Tomoaki Miura (Yokohama): Extracting molecular motion that gates charge transport among molecular wires from the spin dynamics of the radical pair
  • Klaus Möbius (Mülheim/Berlin): Probing light-induced conformational changes of transient radical-pair states in photosynthesis by high-field EPR methods
  • Olga Morozova (Novosibirsk): TR-CIDNP study of guanosyl radical repair by cysteine
  • Ilia A. Solov’yov (Urbana): Mechanism of magnetic field effect in cryptochrome
  • Markus Tiersch (Innsbruck): Open quantum system approach to decide on the recombination mechanism in radical pair reactions
  • Christiane Timmel (Oxford): Solution spin chemistry on the nanoscale – cavity enhanced detection methods in the study of radical pair reactions
  • Alexandra Yurkovskaya (Novosibirsk): Electron transfer from tyrosine to histidyl radical in peptides and free amino acids

 

After-dinner speeches:

  • Jochen Bargon (Bonn): The discovery of CIDNP
  • Rob Kaptein (Utrecht): The discovery of the RPM