HOW DOES VIRTUAL LABORATORY WORK?







RADIO TELESCOPE




    Radiotelescope in Virtual Laboratory (50 MB)



NMR EXPERIMENT



ANIMATION

In order to explain the idea behind the Virtual Laboratory, an animation displaying the communication schema between different VLab components has been created. In the Virtual Laboratory of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy the communcation consists of the following steps:

  • Preparing and adding a sample to the system


  • Submission of the dynamic measurements scenarios


  • Performing an NMR experiment


  • Processing the results


  • Visualization



    Click to see the presentation




ADDING NEW SAMPLE

The NMR device operator is in charge of preparing a new sample and setting it up in the NMR device as well as changing its status in the VLab system. After these activities the user is able to start his/her experiment which has been presented in the next six-step presentation. Here you can watch a pre-recorded example of what the sample preparation looks like.

    Part 0: Sample preparation (27MB)




EXPERIMENT VIDEO SAMPLES

We would like to present a short, pre-recorded video of a sample NMR scenario submission and execution.
The presentation video was divided into six logical parts, each describing one step of a typical VLab measurement.

Note: If you are willing to receive current information about the project, please contact the VLAB team at vlab@psnc.pl

If you experience any problems with viewing this video clips directly from this page, try to save it (by right-clicking it) on your local disk first.


    Part 1: user login and new tasks scenario submission (49MB)

    Part 2: interactive NMR experiment (17MB)

    Part 3: interactive postprocessing - Felix application (28MB)

    Part 4: batch postprocessing (8MB)

    Part 5: interactive visualisation - VMD application (20MB)

    Part 6: accounting check and logout (9MB)





NMR EXPERIMENT - BRUKER 600MHZ & TOPSPIN POSTPROCESSING



    NMR experiment - spectrometer Bruker 600MHz and TopSpin application postprocessing (60MB)





DEMONSTRATION OF THE DIGITAL SCIENCE LIBRARY



    Demonstration of Digital Science Library functionality (Flash)