9th Field-Cycling NMR conference, Aberdeen, 27-30 July 2015

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The 9th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry will be held at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, from Monday 27th to Thursday 30th July, 2015.

This is the biennial Field-Cycling NMR conference, previously held in Berlin (1998) and then every two years in Torino until 2013. So it is the first move for the conference since 2001!

The conference covers all aspects of Fast Field-Cycling magnetic resonance, including theory, hardware, techniques, applications, relaxometry, imaging, as well as ultra-low field methods. Full details of the conference can be found at http://www.abdn.ac.uk/events/ffc-2015/

The deadline for receipt of abstracts is 8th May – just one week away! Please be sure to submit your abstract(s) on time, following the instructions on the conference web site.

Registration and accommodation booking and abstract submission are also open, on the web site.

Key dates:
Abstract submission deadline: 8th May
Registration deadline: 12th June
Accommodation deadline: 30th June

Low-price on-site accommodation in en-suite rooms is available, via the conference web site. Participants are advised to book accommodation early in order to be sure of securing a room.

Please note that, due to the prevalence of the local oil industry, hotel rooms in Aberdeen are scarce, and they are much more expensive than the on-site rooms.

The conference will be held in the state-of-the-art King’s Conference Centre, at the historic heart of the University of Aberdeen’s main campus. It will be hosted by the FFC-MRI research group.

I hope to see you in Aberdeen in July!
David Lurie (d.lurie@abdn.ac.uk)
Chair of Organising Committee

The University of Aberdeen is a charity registered in Scotland, No SC013683.

Tha Oilthigh Obar Dheathain na charthannas clàraichte ann an Alba, Àir. SC013683.

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