In this presentation I will review advances in the detection of surfaces and interfaces using solid-state NMR and how these techniques have been applied in materials science. In particular, I will discuss NMR signal enhancement using cross-effect dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP), as well as methods for generating non-equlibrium electron spin polarization optically with nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in diamond and designer chromophore-radical systems.
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It is a great honor to serve as Chair for 2024. I look forward to leading this incredible and diverse group of volunteers . . . My goals for 2024 start with supporting our diverse topical groups and committees in organizing exciting seminars.