The Department of Chemistry at the University of Toronto and Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry are excited to announce the SMART: NMR Spectroscopy Symposium. This one-day symposium will highlight recent advances, practical applications, and NMR analysis strategies for small molecules.
The SMART: NMR symposium will be of interest to a wide range of users who might not attend traditional NMR conferences (including graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and industrial researchers).
This symposium also honors the legacy of Prof. William F. Reynolds. Prof. Reynolds is an editor emeritus of Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry and has authored over 300 journal articles, including more than 200 with scientists and students from Mexico and the Caribbean. He has also authored or co-authored one book, three book chapters and seven reviews in the area of small molecule NMR. Prof. Reynolds is a recipient of the Spectroscopy Society of Canada’s Gerhard Herzberg Award as well as the inaugural James N. Shoolery Award for lifetime contributions to the field of small molecule NMR spectroscopy. His contributions have influenced countless publications in the area of small molecule NMR and, importantly, continue to inform many of the topics that will be covered in this symposium. The SMART: NMR Spectroscopy symposium honors this legacy.