Software Tools for EPR Spectroscopy – Capabilities and Demonstrations

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The U.S. based Research Coordination Network titled “Supporting, Highlighting, and Advancing Recent Developments in Electron Paramagnetic  Resonance” (SharedEPR) is sponsoring a workshop titled, “Software Tools for EPR Spectroscopy – Capabilities and Demonstrations” to follow the RMCMR conference.  The workshop will take place on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning, July 26-27 at Snowbird Resort & Conference Center. Program content will be posted here in the near future.

The SharedEPR Network is an NSF funded initiative designed to bring together scientists from the fields of chemistry, biochemistry, physics, materials science, medicine, and biology with the goals of disseminating and advancing the field of EPR spectroscopy (www.sharedepr.org).  This  tutorial workshop sponsored by SharedEPR following the RMCMR is designed to provide overviews of software packages for acquisition, analysis, simulation, and modeling in EPR spectroscopy.  Software authors will demonstrate the use of these packages and discuss common workflows.   Practical aspects of the implementation and application of the software packages will be emphasized.     

SOFTWARE PRESENTERS

Christian Altenbach UCLA LongDistances/ShortDistances Software Link
David Budil Northeastern University NLSL Software Link
Boris Epel University of Chicago specman4epr Software Link
Peter Fajer Florida State University DEFit, CwDipfit Software Link
Gregor Hagelueken University of Bonn mtsslSuite Software Link
Eric Hustedt Vanderbilt University DD/GLADD Software Link
Gunnar Jeschke ETH Zurich DeerAnalysis 2018 Software Link
Gunnar Jeschke ETH Zurich MMM 2018 Software Link
Ilya Kuprov University of Southhampton Spinach Software Link
Kalina Ranguelova & Ralph Weber Bruker SpinFit and Anisotropic SpinFit Software Link
Stephan Rein University of Freiburg GloPel and SpecProFi Software Link
Madhur Srivastava Cornell University, ACERT Wavelet Denoising Software Link
Stefan Stoll University of Washington EasySpin Software Link

If you have additional questions regarding the SharedEPR network or the Software Tools for EPR Spectroscopy Workshop please contact Gary Gerfen (gary.gerfen@einstein.yu.edu).

SharedEPR Network supported by the NSF

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