Quantitative NMR (qNMR) is now widely used in several branches of academic and industrial research, ranging from
organic chemistry to metabonomic studies.
This one-day school will present the theoretical and practical applications of this powerful technique. Applications in
chemistry, metabonomics, industrial processes using both 1D and 2D quantitative NMR will be discussed. A lecture on
statistical analysis of the data will also be included.
The fee for the school is 40 euros for non-GIDRM applicants and 30 euros for GIDRM applicants. The fee includes a
buffet lunch and annual inscription to the GIDRM (Gruppo Italiano Discussione Risonanze Magnetiche), the Italian
association of NMR spectroscopists.
The University of Tor Vergata is not far from the center of Rome where one could enjoy the historical places of the city
in the best season.
The program of the day can be downloaded here
Dr. Vito Gallo (Polytechnic University of Bari, Italy)
Dr. Raffaele Lamanna (ENEA Research Center of Trisaia, Matera)
Dr. Elisabetta Libralesso (Menarini Research, Florence, Italy)
Dr. Marco Sette (University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Italy)
Dr. Leonardo Tenori (CERM, University of Florence, Italy)
Dr. Marco Tessari (University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
Dr. Corrado Dallacosta (Bruker Spectrospin)
Dr. Mauro Cremonini (Agilent)
University. A single room with small kitchen costs as little as 40 euros. Free bus service from Campus X to the
University is available.
The campus of Tor Vergata is located in the southern part of the city; the School of Sciences can be accessed by bus
from TERMINI Railway Station: take the Metro orange line (A) to Anagnina, get off at Anagnina and take bus 500 (from
Anagnina to Policlinico) and stop in Tor Vergata (Aula Magna).