Teaching-Courses

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance – Chem6113

4th year undergraduate course in the Chemistry program, taught by Marina Carravetta, Marcel Utz and Ilya Kuprov.

The course runs in semester 2 each year.

Provides an introduction the theory and practice of modern NMR spectroscopy.

The course is suitable for physical chemistry, physics, and biology students.

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 Solid-State NMR – Chem8028

Postgraduate-level course on the principles and practice of solid-state NMR.

Taught by Malcolm Levitt and Marina Carravetta.

The course is suitable for graduate chemistry students and physicists.

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Spin Dynamics lecture course – Ilya Kuprov

Spin Dynamics is a graduate level lecture course aimed at physicists and chemists working in the area of magnetic resonance spectroscopy or using NMR and EPR as part of their research.
Term I will provide the general physical and mathematical background of magnetic resonance, as well as an introduction to data processing and spin system analysis. Terms II and III will focus specifically on theoretical and computational aspects of spin dynamics.
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Quantum Chemistry lecture course – Ilya Kuprov

Quantum Chemistry is a graduate level course aimed at chemists, physicists and biologists who wish to acquire practical skills of performing ab initio, DFT and molecular dynamics simulations of realistic systems using modern software and state-of-the-art supercomputer hardware. The lectures provide basic theoretical background and focus on providing practical recipes for the calculation of commonly encountered physical and chemical properties.
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