Members of the MIMM team of the CEISAM laboratory are organising a three-day symposium on the developements and applications of hyperpolarized nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy for the analysis of mixtures. It will be held on the science campus of Nantes Université, on 13-15 June 2022. See: http://hypermix.sciencesconf.org
This unprecedented 3-day event will be dedicated to the development and application of hyperpolarized magnetic resonance approaches for the analysis of mixtures. Topics include -but are not limited to- dynamic nuclear polarization, para-hydrogen enhanced polarization, and their application to metabolomics, pharmaceuticals and reaction monitoring. This exciting and rapidly evolving topic is attracting an increasing number of researchers from all over the world, and it is timely to provide a forum to exchange on the most recent advances in the field.
13 international leading scientists have accepted an invitation to give a lecture. Oral communications will be selected from submitted abstracts and all participants will have the opportunity to present their work through round-table talks.
The event will take place on 13-15 June 2022 in the vibrant city of Nantes, close to the beautiful Atlantic coast of South Brittany. The symposium will take place on the Nantes Université campus located 15 min from the town center by public transportation. Registration is free, including on-site lunches for the 3 days and a unique gala dinner in the evening of June 15th. Note that registration will be limited to 100 participants on a first-come, first-served basis.
A valid health pass and I.D. will be required to enter the campus. Instructions to convert foreign vaccination certificates into EU ones are available at the following link: https://www.sante.fr/how-to-obtain-a-french-health-pass. Please check the validity of your health pass in advance of the conference.
The symposium is funded by the two ongoing ERC programs in the Nantes NMR group, SUMMIT and DINAMIX. The event is supported by the CEISAM laboratory and its host institutions, Nantes Université and CNRS.