The CEISAM NMR platform obtains the ISO 9001 certification

Following an evaluation process conducted by AFNOR, the CEISAM NMR platform has obtained the ISO 9001 certification for its activity in the « Development and services in the field of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance ». This certification marks a commitment towards a continuous improvement approach in the service of its users. It is a recognition of the involvement...

Serge Akoka, professor at CEISAM, publishes a book on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).

« An introduction to NMR » is intended for scientific students (bachelor or master, Chemistry and Biology in particular), but also for medical and pharmacy students as well as non-specialist researchers. The content includes a phenomenological approach to the principles and various applications of NMR. The book includes many illustrations and analogies; the equations are there but...

PhD Defense : Achille MARCHAND

Achille MARCHAND, PhD student in CEISAM MIMM team, will defend his thesis untitled « Development of fast and flow-compatible NMR diffusion methods for online reaction monitoring » on December 14th 2022 at 10h in CEISAM’s conference room « Marie Curie ». Abstract NMR is a broadly used method in many laboratories. We focus our attention and work, on...

Scientific day of the RFCT Western Pole

Nantes University is hosting the 2022 edition of the scientific day of the Western Pole of the French theoretical chemistry network (RFCT). Co-organized with CEISAM, this event will be held on November 7, in building 34 of the Lombardy campus. Coming from the laboratories of the network (Angers, Caen, Le Mans, Limoges, Nantes, Poitiers, Rennes),...

CEISAM Conference : Lyndon Emsley

The next #3 CEISAM Lecture from Lyndon Emsley will take place on 08-12-2022 (10:00). Prof. Emsley is professor at the EPFL and head of the NMR Laboratory of the ISIS at the EPFL. His research centres on the development of NMR spectroscopy experiments to determine the atomic-level structure and dynamics of complex materials and molecular...

PhD Defense : Mohammad ASAD

Mohammad ASAD, PhD student within the ModES team, will defend his thesis entitled: “Multiscale Modelling Studies of UnaG Fluorescent Protein and its Bilirubin Ligand” on Tuesday November 29 at 2:00 PM in Salle Marie Curie, CEISAM Laboratory. Abstract: The present thesis deals with the theoretical investigation of a new class of ligand-induced fluorescent protein, named...

Analytics 2022 : a very successul conference

The Analytics 2022 conference took place in Nantes in September. Several CEISAM members have actively participated in its organization and its success, as members of the Organizing Committee, volunteers or speakers. The congress, co-organized by the Francophone Network of Metabolomics and Fluxomics, the French Society of Proteomics, the French Society of Mass Spectrometry and the...

Combining Compact Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and databases to elucidate illicit drugs

In partnership with Service National de Police Scientifique (SNPS) in Lyon, Chemistry And Interdisciplinarity: Synthesis Analysis Modeling (CEISAM) laboratory proposes a novel method using compact Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy combined with multi-method databases to identify and also, for the first time, to elucidate the composition of drugs seized by the Police. Less expensive, more...

CEISAM Conference : Tanja Junkers

The next #2 CEISAM Lecture from Tanja Junkers will take place on 05-07-2022 (9:30) by visioconference. Prof. Tanja Junkers is working at Monash University (Australia). She works in the area of polymer chemistry and develop innovative monitoring approaches and automated technologies of synthesis. Visioconference (Zoom)Meeting ID: 897 8452 0488Passcode: 653730 It’s a Machines World: Challenges...

Morgane Vacher, Starting Grant 2021 : Project ATTOP

ATTOP« ATTOsecond Photochemistry: controlling chemical reactions with electrons » Background and research: After studying chemistry at the École Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Cachan, Morgane Vacher moved to London in 2012 to complete a PhD degree in theoretical chemistry with Mike Robb and Mike Bearpark at Imperial College. Her thesis work focused on the new attosecond science and...

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