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ENC – Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference

April 16-21, 2023

Asilomar Conference Centre, Pacific Grove, CA, USA

Booth #:Acacia - Hospitality Suite

Join us at the 64th ENC in Asilomar and see how our time-tested tools are helping NMR spectroscopists fortify and accelerate their data analysis.

Come by our hospitality suite, Acacia, Sunday to Wednesday 7 pm-late to:

    • See our software in action
    • Chat with our expert staff
    • Pick up your free T-shirt, learn, and play!

Hear from R&D scientists and our experts how our tools are being used to streamline their structure verification work and usher in a new era of NMR data analysis.

See more details about our poster presentations and register now to secure your spot at our Symposium.

Symposium Agenda

Sunday, April 16th, 12:30-2:15 PM   Nautilus Room
12:30 PM
Welcome & Refreshments
12:50 PM
ChemisTwin: Revolutionizing NMR analysis by use of electronic reference materials

Albert Farre Perez, R&D Scientist, Sigma-Aldrich Production GmbH

1:15 PM

Tatiana Didenko, Scientist, Amgen

1:40 PM
Modernize your NMR Analysis with ACD/Labs v2022 Software

Dimitris Argyropoulos, NMR Business Manager, ACD/Labs

2:05 PM
Open Q&A and Closing Remarks
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Conference Agenda

Poster Sessions
April 17th–20th   Fireside Pavilion
2:00–3:45 PM
Revision of Improbable Natural Products: The Benefit of Combined Usage of Chemical Knowledge with Computer Assisted Structure Elucidation (CASE) and DFT
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New natural products are still reported at a high rate. Their structures are usually elucidated using 1D and 2D NMR data, as well as high resolution MS spectra. However, it is not uncommon to see erroneous structures reported. In this poster we discuss the potential ways to uncover incorrect structures, as well as report a robust way to revise them, using a combination of CASE and DFT calculation. This is an attractive alternative to total synthesis, made possible by the evolution of software packages for CASE and DFT in recent years. Specific examples will be illustrated.

Mikhail Elyashberg, Project Leader, Structure Elucidator, ACD/Labs

2:00–3:45 PM
A New Generation of NMR Data Processing Software for a New Generation of Chemists
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To close the skills gap reported in chemical sciences graduates, students need educational experiences that mimic their future careers. However, logistical and financial barriers often make such work difficult to replicate in an academic environment. In particular, NMR and other analytical data processing software have historically been difficult to implement in chemical education. In response, we present the first commercially available browser-based NMR and hyphenated chromatography/MS processing application—Spectrus JS. Designed to address the barriers presented by its predecessors, it provides a convenient and cost-effective way to deploy and access NMR and analytical data processing tools in academic environments, helping educators better equip the next generation of chemists.

Alexander Waked, Application Scientist, ACD/Labs

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Meet Our Staff

Dimitris Argyropoulos

NMR Business Manager, ACD/Labs

Rory McEwan

Inside Account Manager, ACD/Labs

Sarah Srokosz

Marketing Communications Specialist, ACD/Labs

Alexander Waked

Application Scientist, ACD/Labs

Mary McKee

Account Manager, ACD/Labs