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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 613688


qNMR Day on November 24th 2017 in Bari

qNMR Day on November 24th 2017 in Bari

qNMR Day on November 24th 2017 in Bari

Politecnico di Bari, Aula Magna A. Alto, via Orabona 4 – Campus Bari

Organisers: V. Gallo. P. Mastrorilli, M. Latronico, S. Pontelli, A. Rizzuti, S. Todisco, R. Ragone

Date: November 24th 2017

The goal of this qNMR Day is to highlight the power of NMR spectroscopy in quantitative analysis. Scientific results will be shown and discussed with the aim to provide:
- objective standards for individual laboratories
- comparison of analytical results from different laboratories
- effective ways to check the quality and the accuracy of the analytical work
- innovation in quantitative analysis
- examples of interesting NMR applications from all over the world

For info email to or visit
Registration fee: € 50,00
Registration fee for GIDRM members: € 30,00
Registration form at

10 Attendance Grants will be available for young SCI member scientists (under 35). Grants will cover the registration fee only. Submit your CV and a presentation letter from your current research supervisor before November 12th, 2017 by e-mail to


  • Maurizio Bettinelli (UNICHIM, Italy)
  • Kim Colson (Bruker, USA)
  • James Donarski (Fera, UK)
  • Vito Gallo (Polytechnic University of Bari, Italy)
  • Patrick Jonas (Spectral Service, Germany)
  • Michael Maiwald (Fed. Inst. for Material Res. and Testing, BAM, Germany)
  • Michael Bernstein (Mestrelab, Spain)
  • Toru Miura (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Japan)
  • Markus Obkircher (Sigma-Aldrich, Switzerland)
  • Torsten Schoenberger (Forensic Science Institute, Germany)
  • Takako Suematsu (Jeol, Japan)