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Next Alpine Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids

 Scientific Committee

Anja Böckmann

Anja Böckmann

Alexej Jerschow

Alexej Jerschow

Anne Lesage

Anne Lesage

 

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Remembering Melanie

Melanie Rosay

 

It is with great sadness that we have learnt of the passing of Melanie Rosay. Melanie was a great friend and colleague within the magnetic resonance community and her legacy is clear. This is highlighted by the award of the Vold Prize in 2019, by the many Bruker solid-state DNP-NMR spectrometers in laboratories around the world, and by the shockwave this news has sent out. Our thoughts are with her family at this terrible time. The words of colleagues Till Kühn and Jim Kempf say it best in that “Melanie’s immense talent, her positive attitude and drive radiated strongly and made her a role model for many”. Melanie will always hold a special place in all our hearts.

 

 

News

  • “Chamonix” 2021

    The next edition of the Alpine Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids will take place 12-16 September 2021 in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Le Majestic conference center. The scientific content of the conference will be overlooked by the scientific comittee composed of Anja Böckmann, Alexej Jerschow and Anne Lesage. We are also delighted to welcome Daniel Lee (CEA Grenoble) into the organizing team from the 2021 edition.

    We hope to see a lot of you back and also some new faces. Please provide us feedback on the 2019 edition on the form we are going to send you in the near future so that we can continue to make Alpine a great conference and to improve it wherever possible.

  • Info for presenters

    Confused about round tables or talk formats? Wonder what to bring or prepare? Check out Info for Presenters under Information menu.

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Organised under the auspices of the groupement Ampere



and the International Society of Magnetic Resonance