We are happy to announce that the next edition of the Alpine “Chamonix” Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids will take place between 4-8 of September 2022 in Chamonix, France. Please save the date. We look forward to seeing you in person in 2022!
Due to Covid-19 restrictions uncertainties we have decided to postpone the Alpine Conference to a later date when having in person event will be possible.
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.
Confused about round tables or talk formats? Wonder what to bring or prepare? Check out Info for Presenters under Information menu.
You can now log into the Participant Area to select your preferences for the round table sessions. We will use your choices to make a personalised round-table schedule for you. You can submit your preferences until the end of June. If you choose not to select your preferences, your schedule will be randomised.
The registration and abstract submission is now closed. Soon you will be able to select your preferences for the round table discussions.
Only a few days are left to register and submit abstract for the next Alpine Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids.
The deadline for student grant applications is quickly approaching (April 26th 2019). To apply:
1. Answer “Yes” to “Are you applying for a student grant?” in the form in the Participant Area.
2. Send the following three documents to : 1. A copy of the abstract for which you are the presenting author, 2. A letter of recommendation from your supervisor (can be sent separately), 3. Your current student identification.
Postdocs are not eligible for student grants. For more info about the grants and what they cover see the bottom of the Awards Info page.
The prize aims to recognise the contribution of young scientists who made a personal and recent ground-breaking contribution to the field of magnetic resonance in solids. See Awards Info page for details. Deadline April 26th 2019.
The registration for the 2019 Alpine Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Solids is open! You can register and submit your abstract by logging into the Participant Area. Deadline for registration is May 31 2019. Looking forward to seeing you in Chamonix in a few months.