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Taeyoung Choi
Professional
Nanoscale Studies
IBM Almaden Research Center
San Jose, California
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EPR Techniques:
EPR microscopy

Research Areas:
transition metals

Magnetometry having both high energy and nanoscale spatial resolution has been an important goal for applications in diverse fields covering physics, chemistry, and biomedical science. We recently developed electron spin resonance scanning tunneling microscopy and demonstrate coherent manipulation of quantum spins on individual atoms on surfaces. This new tool allows us to study magnetic interaction of engineered nanostructures and utilize them for quantum sensors.


Jessica Clayton
Graduate Student
Physics
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, high-field EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development, lanthanides, membrane proteins

My research interests include instrumentation and methods development for high-field EPR at 240 GHz, with a focus on application of Gd(III) based spin labels for structure studies of membrane proteins.


Thierry Dubroca
Postdoctoral Scholar
EMR
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Tallahassee, Florida
United States
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DNP, high-field EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development

My research activities focus on the instrumental development of high field DNP. Field of 14T and above. Magic Angle Spinning and Overhauser DNP.


Eduardus C. Duin
Principal Investigator
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Auburn University
Auburn, AL
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, rapid-freeze quench

Research Areas:
catalysis, enzymes

EPR spectroscopy is essential for the understanding of reaction mechanism of metalloenzymes. It is important to promote this technique and open up my lab to anybody that needs access to this technique.


Keith Alton Earle
Principal Investigator
Physics
University at Albany (SUNY)
Albany, NY
United States
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EPR Techniques:
special resonators

Research Areas:
nitroxides

My research interests focus on instrumentation development for high field EPR with specific applications in nitroxide spectroscopy. My theoretical work forcuses on generalizations of the Stochastic Liouville Equation for high field and the non-linear response regime.


Gareth R. Eaton
Principal Investigator
Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, EPR oxymetry, ESEEM / HYSCORE, imaging, pulse EPR, rapid-scan EPR, special resonators

Research Areas:
defect centers, diagnostics / imaging, education, instrumentation / methods development, lanthanides, nitroxides, organic radicals, transition metals

The Eaton group develops new electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) methods and instrumentation to address significant biochemical and chemical problems. A major current emphasis is on EPR methods to improve sensitivity and solve biomedical problems. The conventional approach to detection of signals from unpaired electrons detected only a small fraction of the intensity on each slow pass through the spectrum. By scanning much faster and changing the detection hardware we have achieved dramatic


Sandra Eaton
Principal Investigator
Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado
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EPR Techniques:
imaging, pulse EPR, rapid-scan EPR, special resonators

Research Areas:
education, enzymes, nitroxides

The Eaton group develops new electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) methods and instrumentation to address significant biochemical and chemical problems. A major current emphasis is on EPR methods to improve sensitivity and solve biomedical problems. The conventional approach to detection of signals from unpaired electrons detected only a small fraction of the intensity on each slow pass through the spectrum. By scanning much faster and changing the detection hardware we have achieved dramatic


Thomas Edwards
Graduate Student
Department of Chemistry
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington
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EPR Techniques:
DEER / PELDOR, EPR theory and simulation, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development, nitroxides, soluble proteins
Statistical Analysis, Scientific Computing, Data Visualization

I work in the Stoll Lab at UW developing computational tools to quantify uncertainty in DEER spectroscopy. I am interested in finding robust methods to maximize the utility of spectroscopic data in the realm of structural biophysics.


Hanan Elajaili
Postdoctoral Scholar
Chemistry and Biochemestry
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EPR oxymetry, imaging, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
diagnostics / imaging, instrumentation / methods development, nitroxides, organic radicals

I am a research scientist at University of Denver. My research experience includes pulse EPR, Rapid scan imaging applications using nitroxide and a pH sensitive trityl radicals. Determined conditions for preparation of semiquinone radicals to enhance stability.


Boris Epel
Principal Investigator
Radiation and Cellular Oncology
University of Chicago
CHICAGO, IL
United States
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EPR Techniques:
imaging

Research Areas:
diagnostics / imaging

I am doing research in EPR imaging of oxygen and other physiologic parameters in the area of cancer research and tissue engeneering


Emre Erdem
other
Physical Chemistry
University of Freiburg
Freiburg, Baden wüttemberg
Germany
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, ENDOR, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
defect centers, energy materials, inorganic semiconductors, organic radicals, organic semiconductors, transition metals

We mainly work on the defect structure of solid state materials by EPR spectroscopy. In particular:
ceramics, semiconductors, photovoltaics, anode&cathode materials for Li-ion batteries.


Livia Batista Lopes Escobar
Principal Investigator
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR

Research Areas:
single-molecule magnets

I am learning how to perform and interpret
high-field EPR measurements. I have studied EPR of heterospin systems and I am interested in having contact with researchers and students of this area.


Gregory P. Eyer
Graduate Student
Chemistry/Materials
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, Wisconsin
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EPR theory and simulation, ESEEM / HYSCORE, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
energy materials, nitroxides, organic radicals, organic semiconductors

I currently use CW and Pulsed EPR techniques to study the fundamental physics and chemistry of organic stable radicals and organic chromophores which contain an intrinsic spin 1/2 state, as well as determine how these materials affect organic electronic device operation.


Gail Fanucci
Principal Investigator
Chemistry
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, DNP, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR

Research Areas:
enzymes, membrane proteins, nitroxides, nucleic acids, soluble proteins
membrane biophysics

Our research focuses on the application of biophysical magnetic resonance techniques such as site-directed spin labeling (SDSL) EPR spectroscopy, as well as NMR and more recently ODNP spectroscopy, to study macromolecular flexibility and conformational changes related to the proper biological function or pathology of macromolecules. Areas of interest encompass proteins and biomembranes, and more recently our efforts are extending to large RNAs and novel stimuli-responsive polymers.


Paola
Staff Scientist
Core Facilities
Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Rome,
Italy
EPR Techniques:
other

Research Areas:

In my institute we have just merged together all the EPR spectrometers in one single Core Facilities for collaborative projects and service. It's a stimulating challenge and we hope it will work!
I have just discovered SharedEPR and I was attracted to it.


Allie Feinberg
Undergraduate Student
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Denver
Denver, CO
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EPR Techniques:
rapid-scan EPR

Research Areas:
education, instrumentation / methods development

I'm a fourth-year undergraduate at the University of Denver working on EPR method development in the Eaton group. We are currently working on publishing an undergraduate physical chemistry lab written specifically for Bruker's "e-scan" table top spectrometer. The lab utilizes Fenton chemistry to teach students EPR techniques, data analysis, and spectrum simulation.


Benjamin M Fortman
Graduate Student
Univ of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, ESEEM / HYSCORE, in-cell EPR, microresonators, ODMR

Research Areas:
defect centers

I began working in single sided nuclear magnetic resonance in my undergraduate work at William and Mary. I'm currently working on improving and developing NV-based sensing techniques that bring the power of magnetic resonance to the nanoscale.


Jack H. Freed
Principal Investigator
Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
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EPR Techniques:
DEER / PELDOR, EPR microscopy, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR, microresonators, pulse EPR
DQC-ESR, spin labeling, 2D-ELDOR

Research Areas:
enzymes, instrumentation / methods development, membrane proteins, nucleic acids, soluble proteins
protein complexes, membranes, molecular dynamics

I am PI of ACERT, which has high-power very sensitive spectrometers for 4- and 5-pulse DEER, DQC, and other pulse sequences in the Ku and Q band range, plus X/Ku and W band 2D-ELDOR for liquid state dynamics, and high-field 95, 170, and 240 GHz for multi-frequency studies of dynamics. We develop new software for dynamics and structural studies and denoising methods for processing data. Our lab is available for spin labeling and sample preparation. We welcome new researchers and users.


Gary J. Gerfen, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator
Physiology and Biophysics
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Bronx, New York
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, ENDOR, ESEEM / HYSCORE, high-field EPR, rapid-freeze quench

Research Areas:
catalysis, enzymes, membrane proteins, nitroxides, soluble proteins, transition metals

Our lab's focus is on structure/function studies of enzymes using a variety of EPR techniques, with an emphasis on reactive intermediates. We investigate enzymes which utilize amino acid based radicals for catalysis (radical enzymes) as well as systems which lack endogenous paramagnetic species (through the use of spin-labels). Our efforts in instrumentation development are primarily in the areas of high frequency EPR and rapid freeze quench technology.


Shreya Ghosh
Graduate Student
Chemistry
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, ESEEM / HYSCORE, pulse EPR

Research Areas:
enzymes, nucleic acids, soluble proteins, transition metals

I am a Graduate student at the University of Pittsburgh (Saxena Group), pursuing my PhD in Chemistry. My area of expertise is Biophysical Chemistry. I am working on site-specific copper-spin labeling in proteins and DNA to study their structural and conformational dynamics as they interact with each other. I am also working on computational aspects to picture these interactions theoretically.


Steffen Glaser
Principal Investigator
Chemistry
TU Muenchen
Garching,
Germany
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EPR Techniques:
other
pulse sequence development, optimal control theory

Research Areas:
optimal control of spin dynamics, pulse methods

General goals of my research group are the development of novel theory and experimental pulse techniques in magnetic resonance, with applications in NMR, MRI, EPR, DNP and quantum information processing. My group is part of the Bavarian NMR Center in Munich with NMR instruments currently ranging from 250 to 900 MHz.


Samuel M Greer
Graduate Student
Florida State University
tallahassee, Florida
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR

Research Areas:
transition metals

I am a graduate student at Florida State University where I work at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. I am interested in using high field EPR to gain insight into the electronic structure of transition metals.


Igor Gromov
Professional
EPR
Bruker Biospin
Rheinstetten, Baden-Wurtemberg
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, DNP, ENDOR, EPR theory and simulation, ESEEM / HYSCORE, high-field EPR, pulse EPR, rapid-scan EPR, special resonators, THz EPR, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development

I' interested in the architecture of research EPR spectrometers.


Ellen C Hayes
Graduate Student
Chemistry
Univ Washington Seattle
Seattle, Washington
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, ENDOR, ESEEM / HYSCORE

Research Areas:
enzymes, nucleic acids, organic radicals, transition metals

I am interested in using EPR to study biological electron transfer and redox reactions in enzyme and model systems. I hope the SharedEPR network will promote connections with researchers who have expertise that can help me achieve my research goals. As a senior student, I hope to learn about career advancement opportunities and open research positions.


Stephen Hill
Principal Investigator
Physics
Florida State University & MagLab
Tallahassee, Florida
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EPR Techniques:
cw EPR, DEER / PELDOR, DNP, EPR theory and simulation, high-field EPR, pulse EPR, special resonators, THz EPR, time-resolved EPR

Research Areas:
instrumentation / methods development, lanthanides, organic radicals, single-molecule magnets, transition metals

Expert in magneto-optical spectroscopy in high magnetic fields, spanning the range from 9 GHz to 6 THz, using a wide array of measurement techniques (conductivity, EPR, etc.). Current research interests include: studies of quantum phenomena in molecular magnets and correlated electron systems; structure property relationships in polynuclear transition metal complexes; and the development of high-field EPR and DNP methods. Hill currently serves as Director of the MagLab EPR User Program.