Quantitative NMR Methods for Reaction and Process Monitoring

University of Kaiserslautern, 31st January – 1st February 2019

The NMRPM symposium brings scientists who apply NMR methods for reaction and process monitoring in academia and industries together, with the goal to narrow the gap between what is achieved with NMR techniques under ideal conditions and what is possible under conditions relevant to industrial applications. For example, we will discuss the challenges that arise during quantitative investigations of processes in complex multicomponent mixtures in an industrial environment using NMR spectroscopy. Interesting new applications, methods, devices, and set-ups will all be presented. Furthermore, the NMRPM symposium aims to provide a platform to exchange ideas between the NMR users and suppliers in order to foster new exciting projects.

 

Main Topics:

  • New applications and techniques:
    For example:

    • application of low-field NMR systems
    • monitoring of complex processes relevant to industrial applications
    • new acquisition methods
    • application of NMR spectroscopy for quality control
    • hyperpolarization techniques as novel options for signal enhancement and time resolution

  • New devices:
    For example:

    • new probes (e.g. microfluidic devices, lab-on-a-chip)
    • new low field NMR systems

  • Robust data analysis:
    For example:

    • new calibration methods for quantitative NMR
    • automatic and robust analysis of large amount of data e.g. from stopped-flow experiments or from process control
    • new model-based analysis methods of the NMR signals
    • robust post-processing of the NMR signals
    • “big data” and advanced chemometrics