John Edwards of Process NMR Associates has organized and sponsored two symposium sessions at the Eastern Analytical Symposium in Somerset New Jersey, November 12-15, 2007. One session will focus on high-resolution process NMR and the other on applications of TD-NMR in process control. The speakers and talk titles are listed below. Check the EAS site for exact details on the date and time of the sessions (EAS website). If you are interested in attending and would like to submit a paper for presentation visit the EAS Abstract submission site.

Session Title: Process NMR Technology – High Resolution NMR

John Edwards, Process NMR Associates, “Introduction to NMR in Process Control”

Miko DeLevy, Qualion NMR Analyzers, “Standardizing and Stabilizing NMR Calibration Transfer”

Paul Giammatteo, NMR Process Systems, “More from the Barrel – On-line NMR Increases Diesel Production and Quality”

Marcus Trygstad, Invensys Process Systems, “Taking NMR into the Refining Process:  Best Practices and Benefits”

Andreas Kaerner , Eli Lilly, “Get Your Head Out of the Sand: Use of Reaction-NMR to Better Understand Reactions in Process Development”

Veena Bansal, Indian Oil Corporation, “Direct Prediction of Gasoline Properties for Monitoring Refinery Processes by 1H NMR Spectroscopy”

Session Title: Process NMR Technology – TD-NMR

Harry Xie, Bruker Optics, “Recent Developments in Time-domain NMR and its Applications in Polymer Industry”

Vaughn Davis, Progression Inc, “Time Domain NMR: Uses and Contributions to Process Control”

YiQiao Song, Schlumberger-Doll, “Recent Progress of NMR and MRI in Petroleum Exploration”

Maziar Sardashti, ConocoPhillips, “Applications of TD NMR to Laboratory and On-line Polymer Analysis”

Sergey Kryuchkov, University of Calgary, “Challenges in Online Water Cut Monitoring of Heavy Oil Thermal Operations Using Low Field NMR”

Chris Borgia, Colgate Palmolive, “Benchtop Fluoride NMR:  A Rapid QC/QA Method”