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Prof. Dr. Walter Bauer

 


Here is the video of my "goodbye lecture" ("Abschiedsvorlesung") given on July 25, 2017



This is a video of the famous song "500 Miles". Except for the human voices and the solo violin,
any tones originate from the 1H-atomic nuclei of acetone (NMR).
Vocal soloists are Regina Klepper, Uwe Gaasch, and Waldi Bauer. The solo violin is played by Martin Klepper.



Theory and Experiment: A Meeting at the Interface

A Symposium Commemorating the Life and Work of Paul Schleyer
Erlangen, March 30 - April 01, 2016

Lecture by Waldi Bauer on April 1st, 2016

Here are lecture excerpts (YouTube) of two songs played by the 1H-NMR tones of
acetone, accompanied by the voice of opera singer Regina Klepper

 

A DVD with the complete contents of Waldi Bauer's lecture at this meeting (in HD)
has been released - available on request from the author:


A contribution to the passing away of

Sir George Martin

(producer of "The Beatles")

on March 8, 2016

The song "In My Life" by the Beatles (from their LP "Rubber Soul"),
played exclusively by the
NMR-tones of the 1H-atomic nuclei of acetone

(mp4-movie, 54 MB)

Also available on YouTube

For more NMR-songs: please see publication list or check "Waldi Bauer" on YouTube


NMR meets MUSICIANS 2014


An acoustical journey to the world of atomic nuclei.
How to get tones, sounds and songs out of an NMR spectrometer.
Educational video on DVD released in 2014


NMR Summerschool 2018
September 09-14, 2018 in Niederöblarn, Austria


NMR Summerschool 2016
September 11-16, 2016 in Niederöblarn, Austria

Photos of exercise groups Niederöblarn 2016

...and even more photos taken by Norbert Müller


Diskussionstagung "Praktische Probleme der Kernresonanzspektroskopie"
Erlangen, 15. - 16. Januar 2018



Structure and reactivity of alkali metal organic compounds

Solution and solid state NMR spectroscopy of organometallics

Auditory methods for analysis of NMR FID signals


  • Listen to my welcome message (1.2 MB)

  • Listen to my welcome message (in Japanese)

  • Publication list

  • Seminars/Vorträge

  • Lectures/Vorlesungen

  • Research topics

  • Cooperations

  • Curriculum vitae

  • My hobby #1: Schweinsohr Selection
  • My hobby #2: Brand Old

    The NMR department: personnel & equipment

    Listen to the sound of NMR FIDs: "NMR meets MUSICIANS"



    Links and Dates


    Location of our Institute in Erlangen (city map, .gif, 320kB)


    Prof. Dr. Walter Bauer
    University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
    Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy
    Organic Chemistry II
    Location: Room E21 (office) or U36 (NMR department)
    Henkestrasse 42
    D-91054 Erlangen
    Germany
    Phone +49-(0)-9131-85-22987 or +49-(0)-9131-85-22991
    FAX +49-(0)-9131-85-22991
    e-mail walter.bauer (at) fau.de
    URL http://www.chemie.uni-erlangen.de/bauer/Bauer.html


  • December 11, 2017