On-Line Activities

IES Virtual EPR Meeting (IVEM)

About the virtual EPR Meeting

Originally an informal intiative by PhD students in EPR spectroscopy around the world, the IES Virtual EPR Meetings offer a forum of scientific exchange among young researchers in the COVID-19 era that has led to a lockdown of research labs in nearly every country. It aims to maintain, strengthen and extend the EPR community around the world – a goal that is desirable also when this public health crisis is over.

How it works

A young researcher presents recent advances in EPR or related fields for about 20 minutes, followed by extensive open discussion.

Usually, the meetings are held on the last Friday of the month at 15.00 UTC (8am in California, 11am in Boston, 16.00 in the UK, 17.00 in Berlin/Zurich, 18.00 in Israel, 00.00 in Kyoto, 01.00 in Sydney).

Additionally, there are Asia/Pacific editions, where the timing is more suitable for the researchers in this region. Please check the “upcoming meetings” for the exact dates and times.

The meetings are held via Zoom. Please send us an email if you would like to get the invitations (please use an institutional account if possible).

Stay tuned: Follow @EprMeeting and @EPR_ESR on Twitter.

Upcoming Meetings

Date Speaker Title
25.09.2020, 13.00-17.00 UTC Biophysical Society Virtual Event

Registration Required

“Magnetic Resonances Meet the Future of Biophysics”

09.10.2020 3rd Asia/Pacific Edition


Nino Wili, ETH Zurich, Twitter: @ChirpDontTweet

Dennis Bücker, University of Konstanz
Annalisa Pierro, BIP Marseille
Shreya Ghosh, University of Pittsburgh
Dr Sonia Chabbra, Max-Planck-Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion
Lizzy Canarie, University of Washington, Twitter: @LizzyCanarie
Jason W. Sidabras, Max-Planck-Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Twitter: @ActEPR
Dr Asif Equbal, UC Santa Barbara

Asia/Pacific Edition:
Dr Hiroki Nagashima, Saitama University
Dr Fei Kong, University of Science and Technology of China
Martyna Judd, Australian National University in Canberra
Julien Langley, Australian National University in Canberra

Interested to help with organisation? contact Nino.

Do you want to participate?

Interested in speaking at future IVEMs? Contact us with this template Email.

Past Speakers



Date Speaker Title Video
11.09.2020 3rd Asia/Pacific Edition
Yin Yang (Nankai University) High Sensitivity In-Cell EPR Distance Measurements on Proteins N/A
Bo Zhang (Beijing Institute of Technology) Mesoscopic Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy with a Remote Spin Sensor N/A
28.08.2020 Nicholas Chilton (University of Manchester, UK) Single-molecule magnets: design, measurement, and theory https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12964784
07.08.2020 2nd Asia/Pacific Edition
Xi Kong (Nanjing University) Nanoscale two dimensional NMR based on NV center N/A
Hitoshi Ishiwata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Label-free phase change detection of lipid bilayers using nanoscale diamond magnetometry N/A
31.07.2020 Enrico Ravera (CERM, University of Florence) From algebra to biology: what does the math of ensemble averaging methods tell us? https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12965039
31.07.2020 Sarah Sweger (Stoll Group, University of Washington) Bayesian Probabilistic Analysis of DEER Spectroscopy Data Using Parametric Distance Distribution Models https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12964943
17.07.2020 1st Asia/Pacific Edition:
Michael Barson, Australian National University Quantum microscopy: nanoscale electric field imaging with spins N/A
10.07.2020 Elizaveta Suturina, University of Bath Computational aspects of paramagnetic NMR in systems with large magnetic anisotropy N/A
03.07.2020 Yann Fichou, UC Santa Barbara DEER on singly labelled protein as a new tool to characterize amyloid aggregates N/A
26.06.2020 Fabian Hecker, MPI Biophysical Chemistry Göttingen 17O Hyperfine Spectroscopy to study Water-Binding to Protein Radicals N/A
19.06.2020 Madhur Srivastava, Cornell University Is Wavelet Denoising the Snake Oil? https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12581294.v1
12.06.2020 Zaili Peng, University of Southern California Reduction of surface spin-induced electron spin relaxations in nanodiamonds N/A
05.06.2020 Asif Equbal, UCSB Role of EPR Detection in Deciphering DNP Mechanism https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12496865
29.05.2020 JEOL Prize talks See special programm here N/A
28.05.2020 JEOL Prize talks See special programm here N/A
22.05.2020 Athanassios K. Boudalis, Institut de Chimie de Strasbourg, @chiralqubit Magnetoelectric couplings in spin triangles detected by CW and pulsed EPR under electric fields https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12423560
15.05.2020 Tufa Assafa UC Santa Cruz Q-Band inversion-filtered RIDME detects a new conformation of the prion protein at high copper concentration N/A
08.05.2020, Luis Fábregas Ibáñez ETH Zurich DeerLab – A comprehensive data analysis toolbox for dipolar EPR spectroscopy https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12279896.v1
01.05.2020 Effie Kisgeropoulos , Ohio State University, @effiechristina From Structure to Function: Multifrequency Pulsed EPR Investigations of Assembly Intermediates in Mn/Fe R2lox N/A
24.04.2020 Muhammad Abdullah , UMass Amherst, @IamAB90 The Coexistence of Paramagnetic Centers in ATiO3 (A=Sr and Ba) Colloidal Nanocrystals N/A
17.04.2020 Joshua Wort , Uni St. Andrews Optimising Cu(II)-Chelate Labelling at Double-Histidine Motifs for Pulse Dipolar EPR Applications https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12496817.v1
10.04.2020 Thomas Schmidt , NIH, @ThomasS25307121 Submillisecond freezing and perdeuteration permits cryoprotectant-free Q-band DEER https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12280163.v1
03.04.2020 Lizzy Canarie , University of Washington, @LizzyCanarie Predicting Decoherence of Prototypical Molecular Spin Qubits in Frozen Solutions https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12217772
27.03.2020 Angeliki Giannoulis , Weizmann Institute, @agelakiGR Mn(II) EPR studies on Hsp90 (DEER and ENDOR) N/A
20.03.2020 Dennis Bücker, Uni Konstanz, @bueckerd Direct Observation of Chain Lengths and Conformations in Oligofluorene Distributions from Controlled Polymerization by DEER N/A
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