NMR workshop


1st India-Japan NMR workshop


The first joint work shop between India and Japan will be organized 21th June 2018 at Yokohama RIKEN, Japan.
The focus of the workshop is to facilitate and initiate the discussion and collaborations on magnetic resonance phenomena between two countries for concurrent and future researches. 14 hardcore researchers already agree to give fantastic talks.

Supports:MEXT NMR Platform
  • RIKEN & JEOL RESONANCE  Yusuke Nishiyama
  • RIKEN & TITECH Yoshitaka Ishii
  • TIFR  Vipin Agarwal
  • TIFR  P.K. Madhu

1st India-Japan NMR workshop



: Thursday 21 June 2018, 9:30 – 17:30 (Registration Opening : 9:00)



RIKEN Yokohama Campus Koryuto Hall 1F

1-7-22 Suehiro-cho Tsurumi-ku Yokohama-city

 [ Access ]



100 people    





Entry Fee


Free [ Closed ]

Social gathering


3,000 JPY for each



1st India-Japan NMR workshop Contact (E-Mail : )

Dr. Pramodh Vallurupalli (TIFR) Prof. P.K.Madhu (TIFR)
Dr. Kaustubh Mote (TIFR) Dr. Yusuke Nishiyama (RIKEN & JEOL RESONANCE)
Dr. Vipin Agarwal (TIFR) Prof. T.S. Mahesh (IISER Pune)
Prof. Ashutosh Kumar (IIT Bombay) Prof. Kazuyuki Takeda (Kyoto University)
Prof. Munehiro Inukai (Tokushima University) Prof. Eiji Ohmichi (Kobe University)
Dr. Hiroki Nagashima (AIST) Prof. Makoto Negoro (Osaka University)
Dr. Tatsuya Matsunaga (RIKEN) Prof. Takayuki Kamihara (TITECH)
9:30 – 9:40

Opening remark

9:40 – 11:10
Dr. Hiroki Nagashima (AIST)

Dynamic Nuclear Polarization enhanced NMR spectroscopy of Fibrous silica nanoparticles and Periodic mesoporous organosilicas material

Dr. Pramodh Vallurupalli (TIFR)

Understanding Protein Conformational Dynamics Using NMR Spectroscopy

Prof. Munehiro Inukai (Tokushima University)

Storage and dynamics of gas molecules into porous coordination polymer

Prof. P.K.Madhu (TIFR)

Recoupling in solid-state NMR: How to improve its efficiency?

20min. Coffee break

11:30 – 12:30 Prof. Kazuyuki Takeda (Kyoto University)

Electro-Mechano-Optical detection of NMR

Dr. Kaustubh Mote (TIFR)

Proton detected multiple sequential acquisition experiments for faster data acquisition in solid state NMR

Prof. Makoto Negoro (Osaka University)

Room Temperature Dissolution Dynamic Nuclear Polarization

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:30 Dr. Tatsuya Matsunaga (RIKEN)

Development of X0 shim coil for precise magic angle adjustment

Dr. Vipin Agarwal (TIFR)

Quantitative proton-proton distances in fully protonated solids at fast Magic angle spinning

Dr. Yusuke Nishiyama (RIKEN & JEOL RESONANCE)

Ultrafast Magic angle spinning solid-state NMR: Methods and Applications

Prof. T.S. Mahesh (IISER Pune)

Star-topology spin-systems: Interesting applications in spectroscopy and quantum information

20min. Coffee break

15:50 – 17:20 Prof. Takayuki Kamihara (TITECH)

New concept of CPMAS: longitudinal polarization transfer

Prof. Ashutosh Kumar (IIT Bombay)

Motion, recognition, regulation in specialized nucleosome formation

Prof. Eiji Ohmichi (Kobe University)

Mechanically detected terahertz electron paramagnetic resonance

17:20 – 17:30

Closing remark

18:00 –

Social gathering(Venue : RIKEN Koryuto Hall 2F back of the cafeteria)