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    Messeplatz 1
    1020 Vienna / Austria
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  • ESOC2019

    Welcome to the 21st European Symposium on Organic Chemistry
    July 14-18, 2019

  • JOB-Fair @ ESOC 2019

    Get an interview with Merck Sharp & Dohme, Patheon (Part of Thermo Fisher), and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen Pharmaceutica)

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Benchtop NMR spectroscopy: Applications in Academia and Industry

Wednesday, July 17, 10-12
1st Floor, room: Schubert 1-2

Registration is required to attend this workshop.

Benchtop NMR system has become popular analytical lab instruments in the last years. With the recent launch of the Spinsolve Ultra the magnetic field homogeneity has been improved to match a line's shape that is comparable to superconducting magnets, while the Spinsolve 80 MHz system pushes the limits in chemical shift spreading and sensitivity for a benchtop system. During the workshop an overview of applications that can be addressed with benchtop NMR systems in academic and industrial environments will be given. There is as well a live system available for practical demonstrations.

Opening the Editor’s Black Box: Insider Tips for Successful Submissions

Wednesday, July 17, 14-16
1st Floor, room: Schubert 1-2

This workshop with Editors of Angewandte Chemie and the European Journal of Organic Chemistry is specifically tailored to the needs of master and PhD students and postdocs. 

Publishing papers in reputed journals is an integral part of the research cycle. In this workshop, we will open the Editor's black box by explaining how manuscripts are processed from submission to publication. In addition, we will discuss ethical aspects of publishing and give tips on how to prepare your manuscript for submission and improve your chances for successful publication. Topics to be covered include:

  • How do I simplify my writing and improve the presentation of my results?
  • How do I choose the right journal for submission?
  • What do Editors and referees look for?
  • How do I improve the visibility of my research?