On this site you will find information about our teaching modules.

Researchers listening to a presentation in Paulinum - Assembly Hall and University Church of St. Paul, Leipzig University, during the annual meeting of German Chemical Society GDCh, September 2018
Annual meeting of German Chemical Society GDCh, September 2018, Leipzig University, Photo: Christian Hüller

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Student`s Teaching

Bachelor Chemie

“Analytik II”, (Modul 13-111-0131-X)

Winter Semester
 

Master Chemie
NMR-Spektroskopie: Prinzipien, Konzepte und Anwendungen, (Modul 13-121-0111 “NMR1d”)

Summer Semester:

Tuesday     09:15am – 10:45am          Lecture    (Prof. Dr. Matysik)
Friday       10:00am 
– 10:45am          Seminar    (Dr. Findeisen)
Monday    10:20am 
– 11:05am          Excercises   (Prof. Dr. Gärtner)

 

SC/SCS International Master
Selected Topics of Analytical Chemistry, Modul 13-122-0121 (ASC16-LE), Modul 13-122-0122 (ASC 32-LE) “NMR2”

Summer Semester

Friday      08:15am – 09:45am       Lecture     (Prof. Dr. Matysik)
Friday      13:00am – 13:45am       Seminar   (Dr. Song)
By arrangement                              Excercise (N. Bashirova)    

Master

Spezielle Analytische Methoden (Module 13-0121-0124 “NMR2”)

Summer Semester (1st half)

„Selected Topics of Molecular Spectroscopy“
Friday       8:15am
 – 9:45am        (Prof. Dr. Matysik)

The usual time for our weekly workgroup seminars is every Wednesday, 8:30am, TA-257.

During CORONA times, nearly all seminars are broadcast via ZOOM link.

For details and time table see here.

Postgradual Study “Analytics & Spectroscopy”

Since nearly 50 years, we offer a postgradual study “Analytics & Spectroscopy” for degree holder of highschools or colleges of natural or technical scienes.
This postgradual study is passed over four years in two one-week courses per year.
It is offered in German language, only.

For detailed information please visit the Website ”Aufbaustudium Analytik und Spektroskopie” (only in German).

Summer Schools

Group photo of participanst, Summer School 2016, Castle Windischleuba
Group photo of participants, Summer School 2016, Castle Windischleuba, Photo: AK Matysik

The Cycle of Four “Summer Schools

The 1st part of the cycle of four summer schools General NMR will restart in February 2022.
The school has been dedicated to basic theories of NMR and EPR.

Caused by Corona, there was no school in 2020 and 2021. Therefore, we restart the full cycle in 2022. Further announcements and a call for application will be provided in autumn 2021.

Topics

  • Quantum mechanics of NMR and EPR
  • Relaxation
  • Spin interactions
  • Density operator formalism
  • Product operator formalism
  • Simulation software “Simpson” 
  • Solid state NMR: MAS and CP
  • Decoupling and recoupling
  • Multidimensional experiments
  • Hyperpolarization

 Teachers

  • Dr. Christian Bengs (University Southampton)
  • Prof. Dr. Gunnar Jeschke (ETH Zürich)
  • Prof. Dr. P. K. Madhu (TIFP Hyderabad)
  • Prof. Dr. Jörg Matysik (Leipzig University)
  • Prof. Dr. Tatyana Polenova (Delaware University)
  • Prof. Dr. Paul Schanda (IST Klosterneuburg)
  • Dr. Zdenek Tosner (Charles University Prague)

Summer School 2 "Relaxation" will be held from February 2023. 

Further announcements and a call for application will be provided soon.

The school will be dedicated to Relaxation phenomena in NMR and EPR.

Topics

  • Quantum mechanics of NMR and EPR
  • Relaxation
  • Spin interactions
  • Density operator formalism
  • Product operator formalism
  • Simulation software “Simpson”
  • Solid state NMR: MAS and CP
  • Decoupling and recoupling
  • Multidimensional experiments
  • Hyperpolarization

 Teachers

  • Prof. Dr. Jörg Matysik (Leipzig University)
  • Prof. Dr. Gunnar Jeschke (ETH Zürich)
  • Prof. Dr. P. K. Madhu (TIFR Hyderabad)
  • Dr. Zdeněk Tošner (Charles University Prague)

Organizer 

  • Prof. Dr. Jörg Matysik (Leipzig University)

Solid-State NMR (February 2024)

To be announced.

Hyperpolarization (February 2025)

To be announced.

Questions and Answers

Q: What kind of lectures will be given at the Summer School? Will professors give presentations or will they use blackboard to give lectures?

A:  Professors will use “Power Point” and traditional blackboard. 

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Q:   In case there will be a script, is it possible to get it in electronic form earlier, so one could have it during lectures and make notes much easier and more completely? 

A:  The printed script will be available when the school starts. The PDFs will also be available via “Dropbox” cloud storage.

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Q:  Will there be an examination at the end of the course?

A:  There will be no examination. 

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Q:  Will there be a poster session for students?

A:  There will be no poster session or anything similar. The teaching programme will be entirely done by the teachers.

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Q:  How to reach the Youth Hostel on Sunday?

A:  From Leipzig Hbf (Main Station) to Altenburg by S-Bahn (regional train) see  “www.bahn.de”

Sunday:  16:00 and 18:00 Shuttle bus transfer from railway station “Bahnhof Altenburg” to the Youth Hostel

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Q:  Do I have to bring towels/bed covers?

A:  Please bring towels with you. Bed covers will be provided.

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Q:  Which comfort of accomodation can I expect?

A:  It is a nice Youth Hostel with mainly 4- or 6-bed rooms, each having its own bathroom attached.

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Q: Which type of clothing will be required?

A: Informal clothing. Be prepared that it might be cold in Germany during the winter month February. We will be staying in an old castle which is not always fully heated.

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