Prof. Steve G. Greenbaum (Hunter College Of The City University Of New York) Thursday 30th May 2019, 13:00 Institute Of Macromolecular Chemistry CAS Heyrovského Nám. 2, Prague 6
An introduction to solid state NMR methodology for structural and dynamical studies of materials with ionic mobility, with examples from the literature. Based on SSI-2017 NMR tutorial by M. Gobet and S. Greenbaum. The course will take approximately 2 hours.
Prof. Steve Greenbaum is CUNY Distinguished Professor of Physics at Hunter College (New York) and a Fellow of the American Physical Society. He earned his PhD in Physics from Brown University, was a postdoc in the Semiconductors Branch at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory and spent sabbatical years as a Fulbright Scholar at the Weizmann Institute and Senior Fellow at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where he was a member of the team that designed the lithium ion batteries for the successful Mars Rover missions. He was Visiting Professor at several universities including Stony Brook, Rutgers, Tel Aviv, Paris-Sud, Padova, and Rome Sapienza. Dr. Greenbaum studies disordered solids by magnetic resonance and synchrotron x-ray absorption, and has co-authored over 270 peer-reviewed publications. He was a Jefferson Science Fellow at the U.S. State Department in 2014-15.
Registration: free, students are cordially welcome, please, register by sending email to Petr Šálek (firstname.lastname@example.org).