MASS SPECTROMETRY SUMMER WORKSHOP – hosted by the OSU Campus Chemical Instrument Center (CCIC) Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility
DATES: Monday, July 28 – Wednesday, July 30, 2014
TIME: 9am-4pm daily
LOCATION: Biomedical Research Tower, Room 115 (460 W. 12th Ave, Columbus, OH)
SIGN-UP, SCHEDULE & LECTURE NOTES: http://www.ccic.ohio-state.edu/MSP-2014workshop
Do not forget to refresh your browser if you have visited the site before. If you have any problems with signing up, please send an email to Andy Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Mass Spectrometry Summer Workshop is organized by the CCIC Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics (MSP) Facility. Our goal is to provide/refresh fundamental information about mass spectrometry and introduce a variety of instruments and applications. The workshop is mostly application oriented and will cover the following topics: sample preparation for MS analyses, proteomics, metabolomics, mass spectrometry (MS) instrumentation, MS modes of scanning, ion activation, and spectral interpretation. This Workshop will also give us an opportunity to get to know each other better, to discuss your needs and initiate scientifically valuable collaborations.
This workshop is offered free of charge to OSU researchers and the local community. The workshop schedule and pdf copies of the presentations will be made available on the website prior to the class. All lecture notes should be available by Friday, July 25th. Please sign-up so that we know how many to expect. You are welcome to attend for any part of the 3 days. Hope to see you there!
Dr. Arpad Somogyi (email@example.com), The new Associate Director of CCIC MSP, who replaced Dr. Kari Green on her departure to the University of Florida.
Dr. Liwen Zhang (firstname.lastname@example.org), Research Scientist, Technical Director for Proteomics
Dr. Cindy James (email@example.com), Senior Research Associate
Office of Research Campus Chemical Instrumentation Center (CCIC) MSP
281 Biomedical Research Tower (BRT), 460 W. 12th Street, Columbus, OH 43210
Intro workshop for Ohio State researchers
The Ohio Supercomputer Center is presenting an introductory workshop for Ohio State researchers interested in learning about OSC resources on Monday (11/10) from 2-4 p.m. at 1080 Physics Research Building. Topics include: high performance computing concepts, hardware and software systems, allocations and accounts, batch processing techniques and storage and file systems. Bring a laptop computer and connect to the supercomputers.
— > Contact: Judy Gardiner, firstname.lastname@example.org or 292-9623
— > Register: osc.edu/content/HPCIntroOSU
Experts from industry and academia will share their expertise on emerging green energy opportunities during a daylong workshop to be held Nov. 12 on the Wooster campus of Ohio State University’s Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center.
The annual Renewable Energy Workshop will include presentations, case studies, a trade show and tours of local green energy operations dealing with a variety of technologies — solar, biomass, anaerobic digestion and bioproducts.
Registration, which includes continental breakfast and lunch, costs $40 per person if paid before Nov. 4. The cost goes up to $50 if paid after that date. Registration for college students is $20. To register, fill out the form available at http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/bioenergy/images/REW_2014.pdf and mail, along with payment, to Mary Wicks, OARDC/OSU, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, OH 44691.
Exhibitors at the workshop will include quasar, BioHio Research Park, the Wayne County Sustainable Energy Network and Ohio State’s Office of Energy and Environment.
The workshop is sponsored by various CFAES entities, including the Program for Bioproducts and the Environment, the Bioenergy and Bioproducts Lab, OBIC Bioproducts Innovation Center and the Agricultural Technical Institute’s Renewable Energy Program.
Professional engineers attending the workshop will receive 4.0 continuing professional development hours.
Pedagogical Tutorials: May 3, 2015
Workshop: May 4 – May 7, 2015
The workshop aims to bring scientists with diverse expertise working on the interplay of spin-orbit coupling and correlations in transition metal oxides, which leads to novel metallic, magnetic and topological states. The topics covered will include recent advances in materials, measurements, phenomena, theory and computation.
The workshop will be held from Monday, May 4 through Thursday, May 7, 2015 at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to the invited talks, there will be discussion sessions to identify open questions and future directions. On the Sunday preceding the workshop, May 3, there will be pedagogical Tutorials on topics related to the conference, specifically aimed at graduate students and post-doctoral scholars.
Rolando Valdés Aguilar
James Analytis, UC Berkeley
Ryotaro Arita, Riken
Silke Biermann, Centre de Physique Theorique
Gang Cao, Univ Kentucky
Jacques Chakhalian, Univ Arkansas
Jinguang Cheng, Institute of Physics CAS
Sang-Wook Cheong, Rutgers
Daniel Dessau, Univ Colorado
Craig Fennie, Cornell
Daniel Haskel, Adv Photon Src Argonne Nat’l Lab
Harold Hwang, Stanford
George Jackeli, Max Planck Institute
Hae-Young Kee, Univ Toronto
Bernhard Keimer, Max Planck Institute
Daniel Khomskii, Univ Cologne
Bumjoon Kim, Max Planck Institute
Yong Baek Kim, Univ Toronto
Young Lee, Stanford
John Mitchell, Argonne Nat’l Laboratory
Arun Paramekanti, Canadian Inst for Adv Research
Natalia Perkins, Univ Minnesota
Tanusri Saha Dasgupta, S. N. Bose Nat’l Centre
Sergej Savrasov, UC Davis
Kyle Shen, Cornell
Susanne Stemmer, UC Santa Barbara
Hidenori Takagi, Max Planck Institute
Jean-Marc Triscone, Univ Geneva
Kentaro Ueda, Univ of Tokyo
Ashvin Vishwanath, UC Berkeley
Jiaqiang Yan, Univ Tennesee Knoxville
Limited space is available. Students and young researchers who are interested in attending the workshop, please complete the online application form, which can be accessed by clicking the link below. Please remember to save the pdf application to your desktop prior to entering your information. Otherwise, the fields will reset once it is saved to your device. Submit your application to Ms. Jaimie Mollison at email@example.com by Friday, March 20, 2015, 5pm EST. External participants are financially responsible for their travel expenses, including travel and lodging. However, meals are included and the registration fee has been waived. Internal participants will be asked to contribute a registration fee of $200 to participate in this event.
On September 16th and 17th, the Non-linear spin-heat interactions Workshop will take place on campus (Scott lab). Invited speakers from around the world include theoretical and experimental experts in spin-transport, magnetization dynamics, and spin caloritronics. Details about the conference program and registration are linked below. Registration is free, and posters are encouraged.
Host: Roberto Myers
Confirmed invited speakers:
Gerrit Bauer, TU Delft & Tohoku University
David Cahill, University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign
Anna Delin, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Stockholm
Michael Flatté, University of Iowa
Joseph Heremans, Ohio State University
Sadamichi Maekawa, Japanese Atomic Energy Agency
Alexander Serga, TU Kaiserslautern
Li Shi, University of Texas – Austin
Yaroslav Tserkovnyak, University of California – Los Angeles
Kenichi Uchida, Tohoku University
Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University
Stephen Wu, Argonne National Lab
Barry Zink, University of Denver
Click here to see the current workshop program.
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The Ohio State University’s Inaugural NMR Symposium 2015
The Campus Chemical Instrument Center with the support of the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at The Ohio State University
Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 8:45 AM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
CBEC building on the OSU campus, Columbus, OH
Registration is free but mandatory.
This symposium takes place to celebrate the opening of the new NMR center at OSU’s Campus Chemical Instrument Center (CCIC). With the support from OSU, the state of Ohio, and the NIH, our new center comprises 9 high-field NMR instruments by Bruker Biospin with magnetic fields between 600 MHz and 850 MHz. The capabilities of this state-of-the-art NMR center, which are unique in the US, allow the investigation of a wide range of molecules and materials. During the symposium, you will have the opportunity to learn more about he capabilities of our instruments during guided tours by our NMR staff.
The Symposium starts at 9:00 am on Saturday, October 3rd, and will take place in the CBEC building on north campus.
We have been able to invite an outstanding group of speakers who will demonstrate the power of NMR for many different applications from biomolecules to materials and metabolomics.
Lunch and dinner will be provided. Everybody who plans to attend needs to register, which is free, using the link below:
There will also be a poster session. You are invited to present a poster about your NMR-related work. Please enter the poster title, author information, and a short abstract when you register using the link below.
For more information and to register: http://www.ccic.ohio-state.edu/NMR-Symposium
Engineering Career Services Workshop
When: Monday, October 26, 2015, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Where: Journalism 239
Topics: This workshop will help you learn the ins and outs of using LinkedIn to your advantage as you conduct your job search. You’ll learn how to create an effective LinkedIn profile, how to build a network of contacts, and the do’s and don’t of using this powerful networking website.
The CEM Internal Advisory Council, a grassroots committee of CEM students and postdoctoral researchers, created this workshop to inform the Center’s direction and improve the educational and research experiences of CEM students. POEM will be composed of tutorials by faculty, student talks, poster sessions, and will provide extensive opportunities for interaction between CEM students (on and offsite), and students at NMHU (New Mexico Highlands University), as well as CEM faculty. The workshop also provides a platform to CEM faculty for exchange of innovative ideas to further the research direction of CEM. This internal workshop is closed to the public.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together a leading group of researchers, in addition to students, postdocs and other participants, to discuss 2D platforms for spin, valley, and topological physics and their potential applications. With the continued evolution of graphene spintronics, combined with the recent advances in spin/valley-polarized excitations in transition metal dichalocogenides, and novel concepts related to the theory and synthesis of emerging new materials, there is a critical mass of researchers with complementary interests. In addition, monolayer magnetism and robust 2D topological states are important challenges moving forward. At this workshop, participants will bring expertise from a variety of disciplines and discuss the latest advances in this growing field. This workshop is supported by the Center for Emergent Materials (CEM) an NSF Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC), the Institute of Complex and Adaptive Matter (ICAM), the Institute for Materials Research (IMR), and the Center for Exploration of Novel Complex Materials (ENCOMM).