The Alpine Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids 2023

20 Dec 2022

The scientific committee is composed of David Bryce (University of Ottawa), Sabine Hediger (CEA Grenoble) and Matthias Ernst (ETH Zurich).
The Alpine conference is a high-level international forum for the discussion of recent developments and applications in the field of magnetic resonance in solids. The conference focuses on novel concepts, methods and instrumentation, as well as applications in fields including physics, chemistry, biology and materials science. Beyond its original and still core focus on solid-state NMR, the Alpine Conference welcomes contributions from EPR and MRI in solids.
The program of the conference will consist of plenary lectures, contributed oral communications, and round table sessions. Round table sessions will provide opportunities for discussions in small groups following a short pitch talk on contributed work. A perspective session will provide a panel discussion on selected topics and open questions in the field.

New addition for 2023! A tutorial session on different aspects of magnetic resonance targeting newcomers to the field will take place on Sunday morning (10 September 2023).

The following speakers will give plenary lectures: Enrica Bordignon (University of Geneva), Galia Debelouchina (University of California San Diego), Melinda Duer (University of Cambridge), Mattias Edén (Stockholm University), Gillian Goward (McMaster university), Igor Koptyug (International Tomography Center), Yoh Matsuki (Osaka University), Rob Schurko (Florida State University, MagLab), Markus Weingarth (Utrecht University)

Registration will open in March 2023 and the deadline for registration is May 31st, 2023. Registration will be limited to around 200 participants. A number of student grants will be available.

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